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    Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!: Mini edition (Hardback) By (author) Robert Kiyosaki

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    DescriptionAnyone stuck in the rat-race of living paycheck to paycheck, enslaved by the house mortgage and bills, will appreciate this breath of fresh air. Learn about the methods that have created more than a few millionaires. This is the first abridged miniature edition of Rich Dad Poor Dad. The full-length edition has sold millions as a New York Times bestseller. As proven by the runaway success of The Secret and like titles, changing ones thinking to influence ones fortune sells big, and forms the basis of rich dads advice. Learn to think like a rich dad and let your money work for you!


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    Rich dad poor dad what the rich5

    Tadesse i am very dis pointed on the depository title to the to this book....they sad hardback....confusion us...just name it 'pocket book' simple...anyone is buying this book...it's use less ...it's not even worth $1...it's wrong title. by Tadesse

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    a Um, this is tiny. The content would fit on one page. Maybe someone should add 'miniature' to the title, not just 'hardback'. Not worth $1. Save the planet, do not buy. by a

  • Pocket sized3

    Michaela Hofirkova I also didn't know this was the pocket sized version until I received it. I was quite disappointed when it came. by Michaela Hofirkova

  • Rich Dad Poor Dad5

    theMedievalBookstore Sick and tired of being poor? Do you want to escape the rat race? Did you know it is your thinking that keeps you poor? Think like a peasant and you'll be poor like a peasant. Think like a millionaire and you're on the road to becoming one. This is a fantastic book! I have read it and his other book titled Rich Dad's Guide to Investing and am beginning to apply the principles he is teaching. You can change your financial position if you have an open mind, are willing to learn and then have the courage to act. Fortune to the Bold! Instead of working for somebody else Robert suggests that we go into business for ourselves. Before quitting your job start a part time business and then as it grows.... Invest what you earn back into your business and then invest your money into money generating assets using your companies BEFORE tax dollars. The poor pay tax then buy assets. The rich buy assets THEN pay tax. This is one of the reasons why they are richer. Robert teaches you how to do this legally. Learn the secrets to becoming rich. This review was written by theMedievalBookstore. Read our other reviews about other books sold by the Book Depository at www.theMedievalBookstore.com/ by theMedievalBookstore

  • Pocket Size Book3

    Verna Kanagaratnam There was no description given that this was a pocket size book measuring 8cm x 7cm. I was looking for the proper full size book and was surprised when I received this in the mail. Perhaps retailer should list this as being pocket size. Content was fine but condensed and I was really looking for the normal size book with full detail and not the small pocket version. by Verna Kanagaratnam

  • Pocket-sized abriged version4

    Perry Staltari Love the Rich Rad series. Easy to read books with good advice about wealth. My only comment about this particular version is that it wasn't clear (at least to me) that this is not a full sized book but a pocket sized abridged version of the original. If you don't have the original I'd be looking at getting that first, and this version can be a handy reminder of the content in the original. by Perry Staltari

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