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Rich Dad, Poor Dad - The Book That Rocked the Financial World!

March 07, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 145

If you truly desire to be rich and wealthy, rich dad, poor dad authored by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one book you need to read and have on your book shelf. This book is a good guide for those who want to be in-charge of their financial future. After reading this book, you will acquire the wisdom the rich use to become richer that the poor do not know of. In this great book, Robert T. Kiyosaki - the Millionaire school teacher teaches that the main reason people struggle financially is because they have spent years in school but learned nothing about money. You must learn to have money work for you!

In this powerful treatise, this great entrepreneur and business mogul exposed the secrets that will help you to get over the top financially. I advice you to read rich dad, poor dad because it is loaded with common sense and is great guide for your financial future. This is not your usual book on money, it is easy to read and its key messages such as mind your own business, overcoming obstacles, getting started will help you to be a better money magnet.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad - exposes what the rich teach their kids about money that the poor and middle class do not. This great book is written by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter, C.P.A and is published by Warner Books. Robert T. Kiyosaki is an internationally recognized investor, entrepreneur and educator who use his genius to produce educational games, found great businesses and empower people with the right education to enjoy financial freedom. Sharon L. Lechter, C.P.A, is a mother and business women with the vision to make lives better for all and sundry.

This book which is #1 New York Times and The Wall Street Journal Bestseller is loaded with sagacious knowledge that will help you to make your life and business great. This book is dedicated to all parents everywhere, a child's most important teacher. This treatise will teach you how the rich don't work for money, the importance of financial literacy, the history of taxes and corporations and how the rich invent money. This book encourages us to work to learn and not to work for money.

Rich dad, poor dad will give you the Midas touch to overcome the rat race and be in the fast track. It will equip you with the right information to call forth you greater cash flow and be in real money. This book will teach you great things that those professors won't teach you in MBA classes in Harvard or Wharton business schools. I have read this beautifully and masterfully written book and I commend Robert Kiyosaki for sharing his sagacity with us. As an avid reader, educator, author and social entrepreneur, I highly endorse and recommend Rich Dad, Poor Dad to you because I want you to be richer, wealthier, healthier and happier.


Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha is an avid reader, writer and the author of the life-enriching book titled OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF LIFE, available at,, Ifeanyi is a Life Coach, Positive Change Facilitator, Inspirational Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Visionary Leader. He is the Founder/President of Higherlife International; a non-governmental organization dedicated and focused on enriching lives positively, an Administrator at Chiysonovelty Book Club ( an arm of Chiysonovelty International) and a Chaplain at International Christians Corp and Chaplaincy. He's a genius that is helping others greet the genius in them.

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