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    A Must read

    This book was very informational, with real cold hard facts on money and life. I loved it and will recommend it to a lot of people
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    Eye opener

    Heel leuk boek om te lezen. Ik heb er van genoten. Er zijn een aantal schrijffouten die ik liever niet had gezien. Ook zijn de schema’s die de schrijver probeert uit te leggen onduidelijk weergegeven; het lijkt alsof er iets is foutgelopen bij het digitaliseren van het boek ...
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    Gets Your Brain Going

    Though Robert’s anecdotes of business and real estate success are largely rooted in the 1990s, there is still a hefty dose of wisdom here that can be applied to modern markets. Robert has mastered the art of educating by telling stories. The book has a very conversational tone that helps to get the point across in an easy and entertaining way. It’s a finance book that reads like a good biography or novel. Politically speaking, I don’t have much in common with Robert’s “Rich Dad”, but I tried to keep an open mind and found myself seeing the issues of wealth inequality and taxation from a different perspective. Eventually I often saw the logic and value in that perspective, even if I didn’t end up agreeing 100%. Additionally, when the Rich Dad and Poor Dad viewpoints get to be a tad dogmatic, Robert does well at presenting both arguments with empathy and respect. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone. There’s some really interesting ideas in here that will get the gears in your head turning.
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    Very good

    I come from a poor family and knew our thinking wasent good but never understood why or what other ways of thinking is out there! This realy out all those poor years with poor thinking in persepective !
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    Life changing

    What a great book! Easy to read and easy to understand. It makes learning fun!
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