Lessons of Rich Dad Poor Dad

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Rich Dad Poor Dad In Rich Dad Poor Dad a lot of useful tips can be pulled from the reading. Robert T. Kiyosaki has taught me many things about the importance of financial literacy and smart spending. After reading this book I now feel I can make better decisions with my money that will help me throughout my life. I believe that I now have the upper hand when it comes to financial planning and my financial future. I feel that I now have the knowledge many people will never be blessed with. Lesson #1: I need a reason greater than reality. My reason to be wealthy is simply to live the lifestyle I want to live at an early age. I want to travel, shop, and be pampered. I want to be in control of my money and in turn, my life. I want to…show more content…
I want to be able to have enough money to buy nice things and not lose sleep over my latest purchase. I want to invest money that I earn to make more. In the end I will have enough money to live the lifestyle that I have always dreamed of. Lesson #9: The need for heroes. I have financial heroes. My dad is one of them. My father works hard at his job. He has earned a position in which he is paid lots of money, has very flexible hours, is well educated, is respected, and is always first for promotions and raises. My father's financial success is a good thing for me to see. I can model my own financial plan and education after his and seek advice from a man who is successful in saving and spending his money. Lesson #10: Teach and you shall receive. I believe that everything you do comes back to you in the end. I believe that this statement is true with money as well. If you are kind, kindness will come back to you. I always treat people the way I would want to be treated and most times I am treated very nicely. If Robert thinks that you must give money to make money I will agree with

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