Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid has ratings and 69 reviews. Chelsey said: So I really don’t Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad gave him. Rich Dad’s Rich Kid will. Rich Kid Smart Kid is written for parents who value education, want to give their child a financial and academic head start in life, and are willing to take an active. A Financial Head Start. By Robert T. Kiyosaki. RICH DAD’S. Rich Kid. Smart Kid CASHFLOW, Rich Dad, and Rich Kid Smart Kid are registered trademarks of.
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I think all parents need to read this book and apply it with the children. This audiobook addresses many of the challenges facing stock market investors and the ways many investors use the stock smarh to achieve their financial and investing goals. Today, we all know our money can go down in value and even savers can be losers. Discover which online business is a perfect match for you – before you start the business!
Jul 17, Monica rated it did not like it. Measures to take, to avoid financial troubles 7. Want to Read saving…. Oh did I mention that this book is really repetitive?
I am glad i read this book while my child is young. This is one of the best in the Robert kiyosaki series of books that I have read.
Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid: Giving Your Children a Financial Headstart by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Although I am not a fan of the writing style and the various product placements, this book has given me a clearer picture of liyosaki rich manages their money. If not for the title, this would have probably received 4 stars from me. This one was good in the Rich Dad way but a little repetitive.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. As a teacher I found that his comments on the education system simply highlighted his ignorance. Mar 09, Martin Goldberg rated it really liked it Shelves: Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.
Rich Dad’s Rich Kid Smart Kid (Audiobook) by Robert T. Kiyosaki |
The book seemed excellent ,in real examples of life of the author’s life teaches how his parents ,the rich and the poor taught him the value of creating a business of his own ,gives ideas and leaves a sense that we are all capable of performing it, the only thing that we need to invest in learning and if we do will be able to see what many can not do, create business Thanks to Robert Kiyosaki for taking the time to write something for the young.
I usually don’t believe in this kind of book that is why i’m such a late adopter! Jun 04, Stacia rated it liked it. They’re confident that their new product kjyosaki service or innovation will make them rich and that all their dreams will come true.
Besides that I think he did a great job writing this book. Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: It equipped me with the knowledge i need to guide my kids in the direction of financial security and literacy that I wouldn’t have had without reading this. If you do not plan on working hard all your life, this book is for you. In Before You Quit Your Job Robert shares his successes, but more importantly, he shares his failures and the lessons he has learned from them.
Kidd information is useful–just not necessarily what the title suggests. The entitlement mentality is epidemic, creating people who expect their country, employer, or family to take care of them. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
This book was an easy, fast read, only because you can skip pages at a time with all it’s repetitiveness. In fact, the best part of the book is the lengthy discussion about diverse learning styles of kids and the Colby index.
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What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. Introduce your kids kld financial language by taking them to irch bank, paying bills with them, t Very redundant with the other books.
If so, this book can help you. See and discover other items: I think this is one of my favorite books so far, and I am just in the very beginning of the book. My mom can’t agree on what’s in this book, being a straight “A” student make its difficult to understand what Robert want people to understand, while on the other hand, I can’t agree more.
Rich Dad’s Rich Kid Smart Kid
I like how it was focused on teenagers and kids because if it was kiyosakk for adults it would have been useful but not as useful as this one since I and a lot of people can relate to a lot of stuff in this book. Sep 03, Chelsey rated it really liked it.
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