Rich Dad Poor Dad

Front Cover, Jun 9, 2016 - Business & Economics
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Robert’s definition of the “Rat Race” "If you look at the life of the average-educated, hard-working person, there is a similar path. The child is born and goes to school. The proud parents are excited because the child excels, gets fair to good grades, and is accepted into a college. The child graduates, maybe goes on to graduate school and then does exactly as programmed: looks for a safe, secure job or career. The child finds that job, maybe as a doctor or a lawyer, or joins the Army or works for the government. Generally, the child begins to make money, credit cards start to arrive in mass, and the shopping begins, if it already hasn't. "Having money to burn, the child goes to places where other young people just like them hang out, and they meet people, they date, and sometimes they get married. Life is wonderful now, because today, both men and women work. Two incomes are bliss...

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User Review  - infjsarah - LibraryThing

I know this is a money classic but I found it rather dull and the author very unattractive. Basically, get your money to work for you in investment, shares etc rather than working a job for it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tom_Westlake - LibraryThing

I have long heard of the author and of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series but have only just finally read it and so glad that I did. He presents compelling arguments on how the wealthy obtain their wealth ... Read full review

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