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Rich Dad Poor Dad - 20th Anniversary Edition (Hindi)
Rich Dad Poor Dad - 20th Anniversary Edition (Hindi) | Robert Kiyosaki
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Franka
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Excellent book. I have read it several times. I would definitely recommend it.

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Ramshaaaaaa
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I just started reading this book.

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moasul
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A guide to a fiscal knowledge.
An awareness about the financial conduct.
Helpful in developing a mindset of investment and the pros included.

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Eric87
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I really enjoyed this book. An eye opener in how to manage cash flow and the required formula to become rich. Definitely a must read in your 20s or before leaving the parents nest.

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DariaSchwarz
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Love it ♥️🙏

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brittanybooks
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Mehso-so

Good advice and good encouragement for folks just starting to invest. I had a tough time with the judge-y tone toward his “poor dad” but it was a tool he used to keep the book short and clear. #book33of2021 #memorialbookchallenge #75bookchallenge

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Cameronh_44
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Reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad is an amazing investment of time. You get more returns than your investment the moment you start devouring page after page of this book. For the beginners who desire to achieve economic prosperity, Kiyosaki offers workable insights based on real life experiences. It teaches us ideas about applied economics that should have been taught to us in schools or at home.

MissYaremcio Thank you for the review Cameron! I was just missing your POV and how it is established. 4/6 1y
Eric87 Life changing book IMO 13mo
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jpj7474

Vague, general platitudes. Learned virtually nothing. Reminded why I rarely read self-improvement type books.

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Matteo.Crow
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This book is about a small portion of the author's life. He has two “dads“ one is his biological dad who is not financially literate and his friends dad who is financially literate. This book is all about how to make money work for you and how to find and buy assets. It is one of the better books I have read. If you like books about finances and how to build passive income I would definitely recommend this book.

MissYaremcio Thank you Matteo! I was just missing the POV and how it is established! 4/6 2y
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TheSpineView
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Prompt: Poor

I remember the sensation this book created when it came out. It has some good ideas but is repetitive. The first 70 pages or so is all you need to read to get the lessons the author is teaching.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚🙌🏻💰 2y
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BoredPanda
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👍 👌

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BitchinBooks
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“Profits are made in the buying, not the selling”
I literally never read anything but fiction, and am officially obsessed with this book, and have ordered the next follow up book by Kiyosaki!

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BitchinBooks Yes 👏🏼 they‘re both aussies 💗 2y
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prettydp
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First Book of 2021.Well define how to improve asset column.. financial iq developer.

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janjanregala
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The mother of all the financial awareness book. Read this book during my hs days. A good starter for everyone trying to discover financial iq development.

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NotAReaderr
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First book for 2021. Not into reading but definitely into finance. I would say must read for people who struggle with finance.

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laavanya
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Mind your own business
#lessonthree #robertkiyosaki

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butterbeerheist

Is this book good or is it overrated?

Clare-Dragonfly I‘ve neve read it, but people i know who are interested in personal finance (even women and queer folks) seem to like it. 2y
Eva_B Definitely overrated. I hated it. Google the author and you‘ll find some interesting facts. I personally think he is a bit con artist. 2y
butterbeerheist @Clare-Dragonfly @Eva2 thank you! 2y
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zilolasolijonova
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I have never been such motivated. The book has changed my point of view completely. My husband recommended me because all he thinks is getting out of rat race. And now I understand him. I am gonna do my best to help my husband and our family. Thanks to the writer

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Lazy_Day_Reads
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Great read! Highly recommended young or old.

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TheSpineView
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Eggs Sounds intriguing ❣️ 3y
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Booked529
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When I was in college, I changed my major because accounting was too dry and confusing. I picked up this book as a last ditch effort to learn basic accounting and am glad I did. Robert Kiyosaki writes as a storyteller and makes sense of accounting at a very high level. After I read this title, I became hungry for more.

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Kybro
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Really good book on money and why people can make 50k+ a year and still be broke. Doesn‘t give you the answers but get you thinking about solutions.

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sanjaysingh1

Good book

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olgabaj

"Don't waste a good mistake... learn from it"

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olgabaj

Worth reading Robert' biography after you read this book..

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SanjanaGhosh
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Mehso-so

Financial literacy is important. This book explains this in the form of a story about two dads, a corporate giant and an educated government bureaucrat. Both men have had an impact on the child's upbringing in radically different ways.

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kable
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Das Buch ist wunderbar als Werkzeug zum Erfolg. Mit den übersichtlichen Kapiteln, den Zusammenfassungen und den Aufgabenstellung lernt man realistisch viel besser. Der Schreibstil ist einfach und die Methoden kann jeder selbst durchführen

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AntMartin
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Sometimes interesting, sometimes unapologetically capitalist, this book was enjoyable overall. Though I don‘t agree with some of the capitalist sentiments present in this book, the parts I found informative were rather gripping and at one point I couldn‘t put it down (though that only lasted for a bit). If you‘re interested, but not too interested, there are short summaries at the end of each chapter that you could read instead of the whole book.

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RedJhon
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This book opened my mind on so many levels. Never have I before believed the need for financial freedom. I highly recommend this book to people who have just gotten out of college.

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RedJhon

I'm halfway through finishing Rich Dad Poor Dad, it really made me realize a lot about the way everyone, including me are caught in the "rat race" without even realizing.
I'd say it's a must read for anyone who wanna be "financially literate"

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wewilllwin
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Rich Dad #Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki is the best book on #financial #education I ever read. It will teach why #rich becoming rich and poor becoming poor. What are the #mistakes poor peoples are doing on their daily basis. The six lessons given by rich dad are also awesome.They will help to become rich. The book is also written in a very interesting and #inspiring way. I will say you must read this #book.
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bewareofwords
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My last book of May! This book was interesting, and he had many good thoughts. I thought that it was undoubtedly imperfect and that he was vague, general, or ambiguous at many points. But it holds valuable advice regardless.

#bookishbingo: Asian American author

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Adamhampson
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Feel sorry for people who have not read this book, a great insight into finances and the importance of building income generating assets and investments that deliver cash flow to pay for the liabilities! “It‘s not how much money you make it‘s how much you keep”

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Crashleythudd
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Had my ups and downs. Enjoyed a perspective that‘s trying to show pressures of higher education are not the path for all. Had trouble with the real estate finances side. Not explained for the common reader.

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coolvenu

You're only poor if you give up. The most important thing is that you did something. Most people only talk and dream of getting rich. You've done something.

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Dony
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8/10

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Nikbkwrm
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The one book that opened my perspective about money. Recommend to every individual out there.

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"You're only poor if you give up. The most important thing is that you did something. Most people only talk and dream of getting rich. You've done something."
- Robert T. Kiyosaki, Rich Dad, Poor Dad

#business #nonfiction #finance #selfhelp #economics #money #personaldevelopment #entrepreneurship #roberttkiyosaki #kiyosaki #quote #richdadpoordad

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milad_masoumalipour

One dad recommended, "Study hard so you can find a good company to work for." The other recommended, "Study hard so you can find a good company to buy."
One dad said, "The reason I'm not rich is because I have you kids." The other said, "The reason I must be rich is because I have you kids."
#Rich_Dad_Poor_Dad

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milad_masoumalipour

Being a product of two strong dads allowed me the luxury of observing the effects different thoughts have on one's life. I noticed that people really do shape their lives through their thoughts.
#Rich_Dad_Poor_Dad

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Balram
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Valuable insights on how to change ur mindset to become rich...

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Trace
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Definitely lives up to the hype and some great advice if you‘re looking to get out of the rat race. Pay yourself first!!!!!

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saafir

Reading rich dad poor dad is as living with two dad's of different levels and doing the work of both .
You have to do what the rich says to earn a lot of money .
You also have to listen the poor how to get a job,
If get a job with medium salary as the salary which u want is not but still the poor dad will be happy but not the rich dad and u so u have to balance it.
You will have to lead a life in two ways and learn the twists of life

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Satvik
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"The rich focus on their asset columns while everyone else focuses on their income statements" #2ndbookoftheyear #reading #financialgoal #motivation

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akuzo_lohe
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"Both men were strong, charismatic, and influential. Both men offered me advice, but they did not advise the same things. Both men believed strongly in education but did not recommend the same course of study."

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karybeca
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A really good book to open ur mind and start in the finance world

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Nosheen
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Such a nice story!

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karybeca

Job ist ein Akronym für "Just over broke", "kurz vor der Pleite"

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karybeca
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"Wenn Sie wissen, was Sie tun, ist es auch kein Glücksspiel. Ein Glücksspiel ist jedoch, wenn Sie einfach Geld in ein Geschäft stecken und beten, dass es schon gutgehen wird"

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