The author explains the difference in attitude between successful investors and the rest of us. It requires learning a bit a little bravery and some action but the author manages to 8mpart this knowledge in a way that sounds achievable.
The writing style was easy to read and although there is lots of repeating it certainly reinforces the most important points. It gave me a real sense of wanting to get into some 'action' having read this book. Worth the investment of the few dollars.
Great book, so good that even though the audio version read is so flat and boring, the content stands out. Will give to my kids to read when they learn how to (these days I play the audio book to get them to sleep...)
I enjoyed the book, there is no direct 'money making' in this book but it's all about mindset and self help, self training and having the ability to act and think outside the box. A greatread and value for money.
This book really opened my eyes and changed my thinking about how the rich get rich and stay rich. It has definitely had an impact on how I think about my finances. The information is presented in a clear and concise format with diagrams and easy to read language. This is a huge plus for those who are not great at reading about money and finances. Like me.
Kiyosaki outlines how the education system in America (and I believe in Australia) fails to teach our future generations about finances. I completely agree with his point of view and have been of the opinion that the education systems set people up to fail and not succeed. We need to be teaching our children how to survive in the real world and we are definitely not doing this.
You need an open mind to read this book. You need to be open to the advice, to the alternative methods that you may not have been taught before. You need to really want to break away from the paycheck-to-paycheck mentality. You need to be open to a new mentality and way of thinking. You need to really want something more.
My recommendation: A great book for those with an open mind.