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Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad Review

Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money – That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not!

While doing my own research on all things money & finance I came across a video on YouTube taking about this book named “rich dad poor dad” & right away I was intrigued , I had to buy this book and Well I did & I read it! and it changed the way that I look at things so much, it explained to me why I was running my own business, not working for someone else, and why I should ALWAYS work for myself, never making someone else rich! While also investing and making your money work for you planting your own money as essentially seeds and watching them grown , I had planned on selling my business and going back to work for a comapny, but this book made me realise that I can sell my business and had to start another company myself. If you are looking to start your own business, read this book, it may be a little slow at first, but it’s teaching you lessons in a very easy to understand way. The book doesn’t use business speak, it isn’t intended for a boardroom, it’s aimed at the ordinary Joe, and it does a brilliant job of helping you to understand why you should be your own boss.
I can’t recommend this book highly enough. It changed my life by changing the way I see work, my company, and other companies, and the heirachical nature of business and where we all fit into where we feel comfortable. If you’re uncomfortable in your place of the heirarchy, read this book, understand the principles and move your position.

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