It’s back to the well for Kiyosaki, author of over a dozen books in the Rich Dad series, whose insights into business have made him extremely. One of the major aspects discussed in the book “Unfair Advantage” is that, debtors are considered to be winning while servers looses. On the heels of his New York Times bestseller Conspiracy of the Rich, Robert Kiyosaki takes a new and hard-hitting look at the factors.
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I’ve been a Dave Ramsey fan for a long time and wanting to do my part to learn as much as I can about personal advantxge, my business finances, etc. Kiyosaki’s overall goal to change the way people think and learn about money is an important one.
It a great book, Robert is actually emphasizing on how having financial education will open you to more opportunities and give you an unfair advantage. I feel like the stories will all be the same much like Dave Ramsey kiyosaku to for me.
But this book disappointed me. Excellent, professional handbook to understand the investment for beginners.
Because lets face it economic crises will always happen no matter where you are or what you do it will affect you. However, it bothers me he recently filed bankruptcy and that he spent this whole book saying the economy would never recover from wrote this in – yet here in it’s the best economy we’ve seen robrt over years.
I do not think Kiyosaki talks down to anyone as some have accused him. I do think most people lack financial education, he realizes this and is trying to breakthrough the rhetoric and fog that has clouded most people’s thoughts knfair finances which contributes to them being in their present financial state which is not good.
I hope it can add to advantagee knowledge. In order to breakthrough the mental barriers put up by decades of bad financial teaching and advice, things need to be repeated and broken down into unfajr understandable vocabulary. This is an outstanding book that I intend to make available to my financial advisory clients.
While I like to overall message, I felt like he just repeated himself over and over and over and over.
Without knowledge we are just in the dark. Your review will post soon.
Read on your iOS and Android devices Get more info. This is, frankly, such a well written book for the “average Advantagee of average knowledge, who no longer wants to be “average” I would recommend this book to anyone. No trivia or quizzes yet. Sep 06, Noel rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is about the five unfair advantages a real financial education offers. He has inspired me to read listen to Audiobooks and write.
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. On the heels of his New York Times bestseller Conspiracy of the Rich, Robert Kiyosaki takes a new and hard-hitting look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world. roberg
To ask other readers questions about Unfair Advantageplease sign up. His robfrt is choppy and needs a liberal dose of editing. Return to Book Page. If I have to summarized the main idea of this book that is it doesn’t matter what financial literacy level that you are now, anyway, you still have to have a good, really good, financial education.
Feb 20, David Donhoff rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have read some of Roberts previous books and this is just one the best works that he has done. It provides real life examples and explains the consequences of financial crisis in I leaned that in the dollar was no longer pegged to gold! Don’t get me wrong, it was an excellent read. In his new book, An Unfair Advantage, Robert confirms his message and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way.
Oct 06, Waseem rated it liked it. Trivia About Unfair Advantage Enough of glamorizing and romanticizing being poor. There were a lot of grammatical errors in the book, which is weird because you think editors would’ve grabbed that.