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In his book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” Robert Kiesaki seeks to convey a message about the economy. In this book, he mentions some aspects of what the rich teach their children, which the middle class and the poor do not teach their children. And that is the way to earn money and spend it. Middle-class and poor families often tell their children to “get a good education in school, college, get a safe, secure job”. Arecta is a beautiful book that says, “The rich don’t work for money, they make money work for them.”
What do the rich teach their children about money?
Which does not teach the poor and middle class?
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To get to the top financially, you must read the book ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’. It’s a common knowledge and understanding of the market to build your financial future ‘
– Jig Jagler, world renowned author and speaker.
‘Read the book if you want to know all the inner wisdom of how to stand personally and get rich! Bribe your children (financially if you can) to do this.
–Mark Victor Hansen Co-author,
New York Time-1 Bestselling
“Chicken Snake for the Sale” series
‘If I could read the book at a young age or if my parents read the book! It’s a kind of book that you buy and give one to each child and buy extra copies, all of a sudden you can get Grand Children and give them a gift when they reach 8-9 years.
-Sue Brown President, Tenant Check of America
‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ is not a book written about getting rich quick. This is a book written about how to increase your wealth by taking responsibility for your finances and dominating the money. If you want to awaken your financial genius, read the book
-D, ED Cocaine Lecturer, Finance RMIT University, Melbourne
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I would have benefited a lot if I could have read the book 20 years ago.
-Larison Clark, Diamond Key Hem
Inc., Magazines Fastest Growing Hell Builder, USA, 1995
‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ is a starting point for that car. Those who want to take control of their own financial future.
‘Rich Dad, Son Dad’ is one of those books that is one of the tools to take responsibility for money as a student. He teaches how to make money your slave without being a slave to money
— Jabed Emon