The difference between how the rich vs the middle class to poor think and teach their kids about money.
Title: Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Author: Robert Kiyosaki
Summary:Named the #1 finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad is a story of Roberts experience growing up with his Rich dad (his best friends dad) and his poor dad (his own dad). These two fathers shaped his understanding of money and the difference between how "the rich" think about and act with money and how the "poor" and "middle class" think about and act with money. It explores, breaks down and destroys most of the myths that we grow up believing about how to develop wealth and explains how you are not supposed to work for money, you're supposed to make money work for you.
Real world application
This was one of the books that started my passion for reading. It provides a perspective that we never got growing up. And has so much valuable real life learnings. It also written in a story fashion which makes it an easy read that kept me wanting to know what was next.
Perspective on money that you don’t learn in school or at home.
A lot of real world applications
It was written before all the “gurus” hit the internet. So you can get most of the same info without reading it.
If it was written in the social media age it would have been no more than a “clickbait” book
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