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To: tbw2

Kiyosaki’s book was better. The Millionaire Next Door was boring and I only read half of it. It’s because I was already following virtually all his ideas. A good book for naive wanna-be rich folks though. i’m pretty sure most freepers followed the same path as me.


3 posted on 09/11/2020 7:07:44 PM PDT by DIRTYSECRET (urope. Why do they put up with this.)
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To: DIRTYSECRET
I found Kiosaki's Book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, to be mostly silly get rich quick schemes based on nearly impossible to follow generic advice.

I think that is why it is so popular. It offers something for nothing. It gives very little practical advice. It made Kiosaki rich.

11 posted on 09/11/2020 7:29:56 PM PDT by marktwain (President Trump and his supporters are the Resistance. His opponents are the Reactionaries.)
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To: DIRTYSECRET

I think Kiyosaki’s a little goofy. I think Dave Ramsey gives way better advice, although I don’t agree with him 100% either.


13 posted on 09/11/2020 7:42:17 PM PDT by Still Thinking (Freedom is NOT a loophole!)
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To: DIRTYSECRET

The followup book “The Next Millionaire Next Door” is better than the original - still a lot of data but more accessible if you aren’t a nerd.

You might like Chris Hogan’s “Everyday Millionaires”.


14 posted on 09/11/2020 7:44:08 PM PDT by tbw2
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To: DIRTYSECRET

I used to assign this to my students, mainly because it contained widespread surveys of wealthy people. I also liked “The Millionaire Mind.”


19 posted on 09/11/2020 7:57:38 PM PDT by LS ("Castles made of sand, fall in the sea . . . eventually" (Hendrix))
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