Rich Dad's Retire Young Retire Rich: How to Get Rich and Stay Rich Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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If you don't plan on working hard all your life... this book is for you. If you're ready to retire (or want to retire early enough to enjoy your retirement years) you can learn from Robert's story of how he and his wife Kim started with nothing and "retired" - financially free - in less than 10 years. This book makes the case for how a context shift in the way we think about money and investing allows us to see opportunities others miss and create the life you deserve.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 2 minutes|
|Author||Robert T. Kiyosaki|
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||16 January 2013|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 9,549 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
32 in Retirement Planning
82 in Investing & Trading
112 in Introduction to Investing (Books)
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I would also point out that this is not a "get rich quick" scheme to any potential readers, its a realistic way of managing and spending your money so the title is a bit misleading. Firstly, the book pretty much revolves around using real estate to make money and if you're here in the UK than you need significant capital in the first place to even consider buying any property. Kiyosaki make money in a high paying sales job in the early days, so if you're working minimum wage today and hope this can help you then you may be in for a disappointment.
Key take away from both the books I have read is how to spend more intelligently on assets that make money rather than the liabilities that dont. Its amazing the way the book makes you realise how everybody falls into the trap of earning well but having none left at the end of each pay day.
I would recommend this book if you have not read the others and similarly if you havent then I would recommend buying "Rich Dsd, Poor Dad" instead.