This is why every teenager should read ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ by Robert T. Kiyosa

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Unlike many people in our digital age, I read a lot. I try to read one book a week, most of them are about business and investment. Every time a friend of mine ask me for a book advice, I recommend him to read ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ by Robert T. Kiyosa. Why? Because I think that this book is one of best book in this field.



So if you never heard about ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ I will make a little resume of the book. Globally Rich Dad Poor Dad is a financial education book, the book was created to simplify the financial independence theory. In this book Robert explain the difference between his father mind and his best friend father mind. Why the one was poor and the second was rich.

You won’t get rich after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad, but you will understand get a basic tips to invest. You will understand how you have to manage your money to be rich, and how rich manage there money and why they get richer. You will also understand why the middle class will never be rich that way.

Rich Dad Poor Dad is a book that every teenager have to read as soon as possible. When you are young you have ZERO obligation. You don’t have to pay bills at the end of the month, and you don’t have to put food on the table. So the sooner you start, the sooner you make your error. So it’s better to fail when you are young, than where you already have a family.

In this book, Robert explain the difference between an asset and a liability and how you can know if something is an asset or a liability. More than that he also explain how to build an asset list, and how you can manage your liability. I read Rich Dad Poor Dad and I had an amazing experience. So I strongly advice you to buy this book, and to spend a few hours reading this, maybe it will change your mind.

To buy Rich Dad Poor Dad click here.

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