Book review-  Rich Dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki

The first book i read a part of my #52book52weeks challenge i  Decided this car with a book called Rich Dad Poor Dad.  Book has been on my radar for a wall as a book recommended from a few friends to read. I would give this book 3 out of 5 stars.

The beginning of the book starts out with the author time his story as a child of going up with his dad who is an average American with an education  And an average paying job. His dad wood be  Classified as a poor American. One of his friends had a Rich Dad  Which is whom became his mentor and became also his quote Rich Dad.  And the beginning of the book him and his friend decide to try to become rich themselves. They approach the rich dad to tech them how to be rich. It goes on to tell you about how he approached the Rich Dad tech them how to be rich.

The next section of the book goes into the rich dad values versus the poor dads values on  Finances. How they  Believed  the Author Robert Kiyosaki should be speeding and  Investing his money. In the section of the book it also goes into detail of the difference between an asset and a liability and this goes on for the rest the book the importance of knowing the difference. He talks a lot about  Real estate/ home owning  and how this for most people is not an asset it a liability.

Over I thought that this book was really good I got a lot of good point out of it I don’t necessarily agree with something so are in the book. I thought at the end of the book when he mentions that he does not recommend you do what he did to become rich it’s obvious that it is not an easy task and if you do not do your research on these topics that you can easily lose your money. A lot of what he does invest his money in  Is considered high risk.  But like he talks about in their book you have to sometimes be willing to take a high rest to make money.

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