Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That The Poor And The Middle Class Do Not!, by Robert T. Kiyosaki, compares the financial philosophies of the author's two fathers: his biological father - the poor dad - and the father of his childhood best friend, Mike - the rich dad.
Throughout the book the author compares both fathers, and how his real father, the poor and struggling but highly educated man, paled against his rich dad in terms of asset building and business acumen.
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Not worth it although cheap. It simply lists the book chapters, not that important info is added. Go for the full book and you will not be disappointed.
Be more engaging on the description of chapters e.i. stimulate my imagination about the benefit I will receive at reading the book
I felt he read the table of contents and that's it
cut?? I would add.
Will ask form my money back
This is a great summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad! I recommend reading the book, but this is a great way to refresh on the key points the book makes.
totally worth less than a dollar.
I listen mostly on my bike as it's how I commute. I like to listen to a lot of non-fiction but also autobiographic comedies and some novels.
I read the book first and I took this as a review. The book is worth reading.
I listened to the unabridged version on a road trip and knew I would need to listen again to take notes in order to apply the strategies and consider the material discussed for a mindset change for me. This Summary was perfect. As I was listening, I recalled many of the specific examples the author shared with each bullet point. This was a great summary and saved me lots of time. After listening to the original, I purchased several copies for friends who said they have it in print (as did I) but never made the time to get through it. I wish I had listed to the summary before gifting the original. They would love this. Well worth it.
Internet entrepreneur from the Netherlands.
It's nice if you have not yet read the book. But if you have already read it, it's not that interesting and worth while.
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