Rich Dad, Poor Dad

This book was amazing. I didn’t think I was going to enjoy it as much as I did. It’s an easy read which allowed me to whip through it in a few days. I’ll be looking at things in a whole different way now, that’s how good it was. The concepts are simple but the examples he uses prove we are usually our own worst enemies. I wish I had read this book ten years ago. While it’s a personal finance book, it’s more of a lesson on education and shifting your mindset. He preaches that knowledge is the biggest weapon you have. His personal experiences are scattered throughout the book. He talks about how he used his knowledge to take advantage and create money out of nothing. His principles contradict most accounting practices and said most accountants would agree. I explained his principles to my accountant buddy and he said what Kiyosaki said he would. I learned a lot and would recommend to anyone.

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