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Summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad Rich Dad Poor Dad written by Robert Kiyosaki is a story of Robert as a youth learning about monetary lifestyles Kiyosaki had two fathers his biological and his best friends each taught him different things as far as how important money is and what he should do with money when he gets it This book teaches about wealth which does not necessarily mean rich you can be wealthy with assets and investments not just money Kiyosakis rich dad said let money work for you dont work for money The book Rich Dad Poor Dad began with Robert Kiyosaki describing his youth with his two fathers Kiyosaki had one rich dad and one poor dad one was highly educated and one dropped out of high school one was his real father and one was his best friends father Kiyosakis real dad was the one that was highly educated with a PhD he was the poor one also and his other dad his best friends father had dropped out of high school became one of the richest men in Hawaii Both wanted their sons to receive a good education and get a profitable job after college But the poor dad saw a profitable job as one his son could work for and have good benefits to be stable in the future His rich dad saw a profitable job as one Kiyosaki could own to invest his profits and have assets not liabilities Kiyosakis poor dad wanted the best for his son but his way was the traditional go to school get a good job to pay bills and rely on social security for retirement This way resulted in the poor dad staying poor paying bills constantly and dying with debt Kiyosaki realized the track he was on at a young age so he and his best friend went to his best friends dad his rich dad to learn six
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