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Das Buch ist ganz nett. Kiyosakis Philosophie wird wieder mal gut dargestellt. Jedoch konzentriert er sich nicht auf das Thema und schweift oft woanders hin. Die Thematik also die Probleme die er für die Zukunft sieht und warum, hätte man gut in einem Drittel der Seiten darstellen können. Und der einzige Tipp den er hat um die Probleme zu lösen : financial education. Jedoch ist es interessant, und wer noch kein anderes Buch von Kiyosaki gelesen hat wird auch den Rest interessant finden.
Just like all the Rich Dad books I have read, the author goes back over the statements and theories multiple times. Perhaps I am one who likes to "get to the point", but it seemed the amount of background the author put in the book and the constant going "back" to previous points was quite unnecessary. This book could have been 1/2 as long and actually been much better. This is the last Rich Dad book I will buy.
I have read many books in the Rich Dad series, and unfortunately, Mr. Kiyosaki continues to recycle the same concepts and themes over and over again. This book could have been written in 20 pages to get its unique, from his other books, message across. I would definitely not pay full price for this book and even if free, you may still feel frustrated at the redudancy of the message by the end of the book.
I love Kiyosaki...I've read most of his books. But this one fell short. Way too much redundant (almost copied) text and no new info that I could find. If you've read his other books, don't bother. Sorry, Robert. Write something new!