Download PDF of Rich Dad Poor Dad Book By Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad is written in 1997 by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. In this book, the importance of building wealth has been told from financial literacy, financial education, real estate investing, investing in property, starting a business, and teaching financial intelligence. free download link is given below
|Author||Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter|
|Cover artist||Joe Taji|
|Genre||Personal finance, entrepreneurship, business, investing, economics|
|Publication date||April 1, 2000|
Friends, if you also want to become rich, then you must definitely do this book, in this you will get all the information related to finance in easy language and this book has been considered as the best book in the world because it has been told that how you can become rich.
Because a person becomes rich despite being less educated and a person remains poor despite being more educated, that is why in this book you have been told about the steps to be taken by the rich and the poor.
If you read this book then your perspective of thinking will change and you can do the work which earlier you thought you will not be able to do so you must read this book.
Two fathers are described in the story, one is Rich Dad and the other is Poor Dad. In the story there is a child named Robert whose father is poor, his father was a professor, and his other dad was actually the father of his friend Mike.
He was a school dropout but still rich. Through this story both men are told and this book also breaks the myth to become rich you need to earn some income and that there is a difference between working for money and working for you with your money Tells the difference.
Now 20 years later, Robert provides an update on investment and the global economy, and from 1997 to today, Robert evaluates how the complaints by his Aamir father have stood the test of time. In this edition, messages that were criticized and challenged two decades ago through Rich Dad Poor Dad are more meaningful, and relevant but important today, 20 years later.