Author: Robert T Kiyosaki
Number of Pages: 207 Pages
Publisher: Business Plus
I first read Rich Dad Poor Dad 7 years ago. Almost everyone who reads know that this book no longer need any review due to its huge popularity. However, when I recently revisited this book, I thought that I want to write review of this book for one reason – I owe this book a BIG thanks.
When I first read this book, I was in my mid-20s, had a couple of years of working experience and knew next to zero about investment. Back then, I never knew that passive income even existed!
I would not exaggerate by saying that this book taught me all of them. Robert Kiyosaki talked about how our school systems are made to produce good employees. Study hard and get a good job is a wrong advise we were told for decades and Robert points this out. He boldly said that being an employee will not make you rich, by citing his biological father as an example. This is the type of knowledge you don’t gain in schools or colleges, in fact, it’s completely the opposite.
Do not expect the “hows” or step-by-step guide to be rich, because Robert did not elaborate that in here. However, he gives you an idea of which is the right path to take to be wealthy. He gives you the true lessons.
After reading this book, I started reading more self-helps, financial and motivation books. And yes, I do own several properties along the way, as my own passive income . I gained more valuable knowledge from other source after that but the seed is the Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is my first ever financial-enlightening book.
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