John T. Reed's analysis of Robert T. Kiyosaki's book Rich Dad, Poor Dad

John T. Reed's analysis of Robert T. Kiyosaki's book Rich Dad, Poor Dad

I read "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" on my Palm (purchased through eReader). It was an interesting book, and yes, "it got me to think about my finances". What's interesting to me about this link is that it takes a look at the man behind the book. A lot of what makes up the story in the book doesn't seem to pan out in the light of critical thought. "Rich dad"'s identity is a mystery, and earlier books by Kiyosaki exclaim that "Poor dad" is his greatest teacher. Too bad sweet pa pa is practically slandered in "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" for his financial missteps.
It makes me wonder if the true path to riches is to write a book about how to be rich. Maybe if I wrote a book on being a handsome movie star, I'd be a handsome movie star?


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