Rich Dad’s Guide to Becoming Rich Without Cutting Up Your Credit Cards: Turn “Bad Debt” into “Good Debt” by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Very good advice and ideas in this book. If you like the style of Robert Kiyosaki books, you will also enjoy this book. It’s not even necessary that you know his other books (i.e. Rich Dad, Poor Dad) to enjoy this one. Every books speaks for itself and if you are open to his advice, you can certainly learn a lot from this great author. Can highly recommend this book.

Nice read, but if you are familiar with the “Rich Dad” books you will hardly find something new here: it is has the same ideas about job security and financial freedom, but with emphasis on how to actually achieve it. I myself always like the idea that people should learn from their mistakes and should not be punished for them, and I think that this book gives the most weight to that idea: rich people are not afraid to make mistakes, they learn from them and continue forward.

The other nice thing about this book is that you can read it without ever reading the other “Rich Dad” stuff: it is a nice read on its own.

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