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I am sure a lot of you have heard of this book. Rich Dad Poor Dad is a book written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter and tackles about financial literacy, financial independence and building wealth through investments, businesses, and real-estate. It comes in the form of print and an audiobook as well.
I haven't read the book, but I know it tackles about the "cash flow quadrant" which are: Employee, Business, Self-employed and Investor (I watched the video though on YouTube). It has a lot of positive reviews, and a lot has read the book over and over. I, myself have only listened halfway through the audiobook available on YouTube, and I am on the part wherein the rich dad is trying to teach the kids a lesson on starting up a business, it's useful and very informative. The comparison between the ideas of rich and poor dad seems worthy and opens up a new path to think on because one can never learn such things while being scholastic.
I have only one concern though. Some claim that most of the topics Kiyosaki talks about his life experiences in gaining wealth are not entirely correct and is ideology-based, in short, made up. Nevertheless, I still believe that the book makes actual sense and is worthy of its credit.
If you have an interest towards finance and aims to improve your financial IQ, I highly recommend it, and it won't bring you down. I hope you like reading it. Thanks!
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