Has anyone else here read pic related? I read it and it made total sense as to how I would go about building true wealth. I'm now researching my chosen vehicle for wealth-building
Ive just been researching for about a year now how I could actually become rich and free like I've dreamed for. Finally got around to reading it this weekend and it just furthered my conviction in real estate being the way I'll make it happen
you should read it, very basic and pretty much common since. easy to read and easy to understand. doesn't teach you much about investing or business just tells you to go toward it.
His only good book is the rich dad poor dad, i read the network marketing one and will probably never read another from the series.. the only good one is the simple rich dad poor dad
Good books give you knowledge and have taught you someting.
Great enormous grandiose and best-selling books that everybody love and are popular, tell the same shit you know, just with other words, so it would make you seem smart, oh I knew that.
>doesn't teach you much about investing or business just tells you to go toward it.
It's a basic accounting book.
The most important point it tries to make is the distinction between an asset and a liability.
He also threw his co-author under the bus. He claims that risk is for fags. But this is /biz/, and we decide who is a fag. If you think it's risk-free to sell dildoes to kids at a playground, then you're a fag that cannot into risk assesment.
You sell dildoes to the moms, of course!
Also this thread with the imaeg I maed: >>1072215
>The nuggets make it worth it.
Then why not a simple recap of the nuggets?
I like the concept of assets being someting that generates income. However, that contradicts the normal terminology and will only spread confusion.