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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

ByTimothy W. Parsons

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

I am a person who has been self taught after my high school years and some college. With that said, this book is not for everyone. It is an extremely counter intuitive book. This type of thinking is not taught in school since it points you in the direction to climb the mountain. Traditional education tells you what mountain to climb, what gear to buy, what day to climb the mountain, etc. Think of it like religion. You may choose which path to take, but it may not get you to where you want to go. That is up to you. This book tells you absolutely nothing, but tells you everything. Maybe a better analogy would have been philosophy. This book will not tell you how to get rich step by step. That is content and shows you a step by step way or strategies to get rich. This tells you how to think different and has a way of changing the context of the subject of making money. For example, if I say ” I”m going to make money”. That would be a contextualized statement and some assumptions would be created, like getting a job.

Now, if i said ” I am going to make money illegally”. Whoa….wait a minute, that changes everything. I am still making money but the context changes. The two statements do not mean the same thing and open a whole different perception of making money. That is what this book is about, which may sound confusing. At this moment in time, buying homes is not the correct investment vehicle. That “bubble” has burst and still will take time to deflate. Now is the time to invest in Gold & Silver, another Rich Dad Poor Dad book. If you want to learn about money, then read all the Rich Dad, Poor Dad books, then read them again. Also, watch CNBC when you can along with “Fox Business Network”. Finally, […] and watch Peter Schiff and Jim Rogers and you will be well on the way to “making money” and will learn about “bubbles” like I did. Hopefully, you will not make the same mistakes that I did, but making mistakes is a process of learning. Be careful, the dollar is falling steadily and now Dubai is in trouble. We can’t keep printing money or inflation, or hyperinflation will ruin all of our wealth. Good Luck.

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