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good book, I recommend it along with Richest Man in Babylon. Very good read.
 

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Basically, its a good base guideline to becoming "rich", which has its own definition for everyone. Mostly, personal money freedom. It isn't like a get rich quick scheme, but does set a pretty nice foundation of options you can look at to get further ahead. I recommend all the rich dad books, and educational games...
 

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Haha, wow. Way to mention a book that has absolutely nothing to do with the previously mentioned books. This thread just went from financial books to fantasy fiction books. thumup:

By the way, I want to read Rich Dad, Poor Dad, but I myself am poor and also too lazy to go to the library.

-Jin
 

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you really need to read it. Basically, you have to have nerve to use this information...

thats the biggest advice i can give you.
 

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no prob. it was a good series too.

Robert T. Kyiosaki. he wrote many a books. i don't suggest buying all of them. but i probably will, and i'll tell you how it goes.
 

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left behind series is really good. Tom Clancy and Clive Cussler are the kings when it comes to the War/Espionage/James bond esque novels.
again with the topic changes..this thread is about RICH DAD, POOR DAD
 
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