Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money. Pages· · MB·, Rich Dad's Guide to Investing-Robert vitecek.info Rich Dad Poor Dad. Robert T. Kiyosaki. INTRODUCTION. There is a Need. Does school prepare children for the real world? “Study hard and get good grades. That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not! By Robert T. Kiyosaki. RICH. DAD If you purchase this book without a cover, or purchase a PDF, jpg, or tiff copy of.
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Before you start reading the book, I think it's better to read John T. Reed's analysis of Robert T. Kiyosaki's book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Part 1 instead. It's actually. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki summarises the lessons learned from two different perspectives, that of a poor man, and that of a rich. If you purchase this book without a cover, or purchase a PDF, jpg, or tiff copy of this book, years ago, Robert Kiyosaki challenged conventional wisdom with his In , Robert's book, Rich Dad's Prophecy, advised that we prepare for.
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The stock market, bond market, real estate market, financial derivatives markets, and many other markets have licenses to print money. Printing money is not new.
Printing fake money is the foundation of the banking system. Understanding how money is printed offers you a better chance of doing well, in a world of fake money.
Understanding how money is printed, you will better understand why poor people are poor and how not to be one of them. For thousands of years, money has taken many forms. Money has been beads, feathers, stones, animals, and pottery. One of the earliest and most important forms of money has been cattle. Cattle have been the foundation for modern money for thousands of years.
Cattle is real money, even today. Financial Literacy: Words, derived from cattle. I do not trust myself.
I know I do not know everything. I do not have all the answers.
I cannot predict the future. I know I must prepare for the future.
I do not trust the elites who run our governments, banks, and Wall Street. I do not trust anyone who prints fake money. Real gold and silver have been here since the earth was formed. Gold and silver were here before the cockroaches and will be here long after the cockroaches are gone.
It was a lesson from of the three Wise Men. My Sunday school teacher was a great teacher. She was young, pretty, and loved teaching kids.
During one class, she asked us: They came bearing expensive gifts. They were rich and wise men. Obviously, that was not the answer she was looking for.
After a few other students attempted their answers, she smiled and said: Pausing for a moment to let that thought sink in, into the minds of kids below the age of 12, she continued by saying: They kept seeking new knowledge, knowledge from great teachers. There were approximately servicemen on board, returning from Vietnam. I was officer-in-charge of the 16 Marines from the carrier. The first thing we all noticed was the large crowds of anti-war protestors waiting for us.
After my 16 men had gathered their bags, I shook their hands and wished them well as they headed home. We had all served together for one year, in Vietnam.
The chanting from the protestors was growing louder as the returning troops approached the gate. In many ways, facing, American anti-war protestors was more frightening than facing the Viet Cong in Vietnam. At least we could shoot back in Vietnam. In an earlier chapter, I wrote: Real learning is hard.
Think about the game of golf. In theory, golf is an extremely simple game. Unlike a baseball, the golf ball is not moving. Yet, it is one of the hardest games in the world to play, much less master. Talent alone is not enough. I wish I could say getting rich was easy. I wish I could say I was always joyous and happy; that I got along with everyone. I wish I could say everyone I met and did business with was an incredible, smart, generous, honest, law-abiding citizen of highest integrity, ethics, and morals.
The journey from poor to rich, from employee to entrepreneur, was a journey of very high highs and very low lows. It was a journey meeting wonderful people and horrible people.
Oftentimes, that was the same person: