Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money--That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
This book kick started my interested in controlling your own finance but I realize something is amiss when I finished the book, I am lost. I do not know what's the next step to take.
Luckily for me, I noted down one of the books he mentioned, The richest man in babylon and went to amazon and bought the book. It took me a while before I start reading. Meanwhile, still searching my way to finance success and bought many books which either reinforce his idea or contain really complicated stuff for my still young financial mind. My effort up until then have been much of a waste if not provides little.
Until I read The richest man in babylon, everything make sense.
Robert Kiyosaki failed to consider that his reader are going to be in all kind of financial situation. Young graduate, debt ridden people, financially strained family, long hour working middle class or even the truly rich. But to stir their feeling up and make them take dangerous steps into financial and investment without a good plan is why I took 2 stars away from this book. These step can worsen people situation. Tell people there's a bargain for a certain property and fail to teach them how to locate one is particularly dangerous. There's risk in investing and Robert Kiyosaki might have advocated some of his reader to take too much risk.