BOOKS TO READ TO BE TRULY RICH

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RICH DAD/POOR DAD

RICH DAD/POOR DAD

For every hero there’s a villain, for every wrong there’s a right, and everything that goes up, must come down. Our world is full of opposites, good things – bad things, people that do and those that do not.

Then there’s Rich Dad-Poor Dad, a book about the difference between what is available and what is possible.

The idea is simple, if one side of the coin is about having very little money, then, there must be something completely different on the other side.

Robert Kiyosaki’s book is a must read on your road to accumulating wealth. The storyline in his work will transcend your thinking and have you take a second look at the ways of how anyone with enough patience, self-discipline and a few guidelines of the financial world, can reach financial independence in a few years time.

To live a life of lack and limitations is not necessary when you have the tools and the means to change your future. To go from a world of rags, to one of riches!

Yes, it will require certain sacrifices, compromises and perseverance, but in the end it will all have been worth the time and effort.

Make the decision to build your wealth today, and the how to do that is laid out step by step in this book. If your desire is to reach financial freedom, Rich Dad - Poor Dad will surely guide you in the right direction.

FAMOUS QUOTES

    “If you’ve failed, that means you’re doing something. If you’re doing something, you have a chance.”

    “Losers are people who are afraid of losing.”

    “The most successful people in life are the ones who ask questions. They’re always learning. They’re always growing. They’re always pushing.”

“Most people never get wealthy simply because they are not trained to recognize opportunities right in front of them.”

“The thing I always say to people is this: If you avoid failure, you also avoid success.”

ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI

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