Rich Dad’s Guide to Becoming Rich will…
Entrepreneur, investor, educator, and author of the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, Rich Dad Poor Dad
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Narrator is slightly robotic
He seems to just want to separate himself from Dave Ramsey here. There isn't much good advice and some is nonsense or at least not very well explained. Stick to Unfair Advantage, it is the only good one that I have run into so far of his
I have been programming computers since I was 10 years old but want to move on to better things
It was short and to the point! He does promote his other books but still gives you the advise from them. It is like Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrants as one short book. Well worth listening too!
Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrants as it was lessons from those books.
He did good at reading it as he does with all of his books.
Changed my mindset completely about life and money. I know how important my financial IQ is and I'm addicted to learning.
I recommended this to all my friends and family and rave about the importance of learning to them.
Thank you rich dad and Robert Kiyosaki!!
This have some repeated stuff from other book like the cash flow quadrant!!! I just listen to it thinking that he would explain the better use of the credit cards!!! But not!!! This book is good for someone with to much bad debt
Main points of book could have been consolidated in fewer chapters.
More story telling than a how-to book. I believe it lacks the content that the title promises.
Original book in the series is much better but that one also has a lot of filler.
I felt like I wasted a credit it wasn't a infomercial it was a short and average audiobook the narrator was great and easy to listen to it's just that the advice didn't have anything to do with credit credits it was just stories about why so many people end up in bad debt vs good debt. I would save my credit on audible for one of robert kiyosaki other books the abc's is a great one from him.
Gives great advice that makes sense. It makes you look yourself in the mirror and hold yourself accountable for every aspect of your financial well being and life.
As someone who hates being cheap and cutting corners I appreciate this perspective.
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