Rich Dad Series by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Rich Dad - Chapter 6 - Work To Learn
Book Summary: "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki
In , my best friend, Mike, took over his father's empire and is, in fact, doing a better job than his dad did. We see each other once or twice a year on the golf course. He and his wife are wealthier than you could imagine. Rich dad's empire is in great hands, and Mike is now grooming his son to take his place, as his dad had groomed us. In , I retired at the age of 47, and my wife, Kim, was Retirement does not mean not working.
Their first get-rich scheme was a counterfeit nickel making company. The first lesson Mike's dad made the boys experience stores for three hours for ten cents an hour pay.
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Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Like Kiyosaki, he was given to spouting platitudes so grandly and self-confidently that the audience assumed he must have had said something great. My comparing Kiyosaki to Blake had nothing to do with guns and murdered wives. Politicians also give new, bogus meanings to established words and phrases in order to mislead people. Trust me, your house is an asset. The mortgage on your house is a liability. As they accrue, carrying costs of your house like taxes and insurance are also liabilities.