1st pass: Honestly, I’m reading it now mainly to know what the hype is all about. I know, it’s a bit late, it’s kind of old news, but somehow a few people around me recommended it almost at the same time. So let’s see what I can get ;>
2nd pass: Okay, finished reading it! Great book, but mostly also because I read it at the right time, so a lot of the things pretty much got into me.
The book is not about ways to be rich. It’s about to be financially smart, which I think is very important. Talk and discussion about money often makes people uncomfortable (which also happens to me at the beginning), but as soon as you get through that, you’d see that those feelings just come from fear and ignorance.
There’s no specific or technical ways to get started. It’s however a very inspirational book for you to get off your lazy bum and start to learn about all the things you might have ignored before, which often more important than technical blabber.
*start ad* Right now, I’m looking forward to read more books about finance and business, thanks to Rich Dad Poor Dad. *finish ad*
~Finished on 05 June 2005
Rating: 4 out of 5
“God does not need to receive, but humans need to give.”