Rich Dad Poor Dad

What the rich teach their kids about money and what the mid…

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Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith ShanbhagHunter@amrith · Community + Social at Product Hunt
Anyone stuck in the rat-race of living paycheck to paycheck, enslaved by the house mortgage and bills, will appreciate this breath of fresh air. Learn about the methods that have created more than a few millionaires. This is the first abridged miniature edition of Rich Dad Poor Dad. The full-length edition has sold millions as a New York Times bestseller. As proven by the runaway success of The Secret and like titles, changing one’s thinking to influence one’s fortune sells big, and forms the basis of rich dad’s advice. Learn to think like a rich dad and let your money work for you!
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AG I'mEducatingMyself-Com@ag_i_meducatingmyself_com This book have got so many recommendation, and after reading it I now understand why is that. In this book there’s a story of how one young man was influenced by two, completely different, type of people. One was his real father who was a teacher, and the other man was his friend father (whom author consider as his second father) was an entrepreneur and business owner. There are things that I’ve connected in my personal life in my relationship with my father, that I now understand much better why he did, what he did in past. Now, when I’ve read this book, I understand why this book got so many recommendation – it’s an excellent reading material. I do have to say that I know many things that is shared in this book, simply you learn so many thing going through life; but there are also so many new things that I’ve learned. First of all, my family have a small business where we work, and my father is the boss and organizer of majority of things. I’ve started working when I was fourteen years old for my father; and I didn’t understand back than why I don’t get better paycheck, I was always getting paid the least, but doing most of the work. And he always was telling me: “if you want more money, find yourself a ways to earn it, don’t come to me asking for more”.