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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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Unfair Advantage by Robert T. 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. They are encouraged to act beyond their concept of limited options and challenge the preconception that they will struggle financially all of their lives.
Education becomes applied knowledge, a powerful tactic with measurable results. In true Rich Dad style, readers will be challenged to understand two points of view, and experience how financial knowledge is their unfair advantage.
Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education
Why do the rich get richer even in a financial crisis? In his new book, An Unfair Advantage, Robert confirms his message and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way. What does school teach you about money? This book is about real financial education. This book is about the five unfair advantages a real financial education offers.
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Lists with Zdvantage Book. Jul 25, Michael rated it liked it Shelves: I really enjoy reading Kiyosaki. He’s a great motivator and a money making genius. The fact that he loves to share his wealth of knowledge is more powerful than his love of sharing his financial wealth.
His books do get a little repetitious but I find that through repetition I remember things better. Feb 20, David Donhoff rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is, frankly, such a well written book for the “average Joe” of average knowledge, who no longer wants to be “average” This is an outstanding book that I unfari to make available to my financial advisory clients.
And no, it doesn’t ‘nudge’ the reader into any direction that would particularly benefit my advisory practice Dec 27, Mohammed H rated it it was amazing. By far one of the best Audiobooks I have listened to in My obsession with audiobooks came from an article I read from a dear Friend Ahmad Moshrif, Who I believe is a really talented writer.
He has inspired me kiyoosaki read listen to Audiobooks and write. Today I am thankful to him for opening a whole new world of knowledge to me. If you would like to follow him this is his blog: I suggest you get your k By far one of the best Audiobooks I have listened to in I suggest advqntage get your kids, wife, husband, brother, sister, mother or father to read it.
I learned some very important lessons from this Audiobook. For a successful investor or entrepreneur you need to have financial knowledge to take you to your desired goals in life. Without knowledge we are just in the dark. I leaned that in the dollar was no longer pegged to gold!
There are many important lessons to learn from this book. I hope it can add to your knowledge. Nov 13, Melissa Bishop rated it it was amazing.
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 on finances which contributes to them being in their present financial state which is not good.
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 an understandable vocabular I do not think Kiyosaki talks down to anyone as some have accused him.
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 an understandable vocabulary. His audience are those person with little to no financial education so of course he is going to present the information as clear and as concise unfaid possible. So far, it is a great read and all of his books and games should be taught in schools across America, even beginning in elementary grades.
Enough of glamorizing and romanticizing being poor. Let’s all increase our financial education and thereby our financial standing and become part of the solution, by not adding to the problem. Mar 14, Machine Reading rated it really liked it. In the past, when I still young about personal financial subject, I can’t catch up with Kiyosaki’s book very well so that make me unfai impress with his book very much.
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But, kijosaki my financial literacy go up to higher level, I can understand him quite better with this book and can got some useful information dobert him a lot. 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, fi In the past, when I still young about personal financial subject, I can’t catch up with Kiyosaki’s book very well so that make me not impress with his book very much.
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. Highly financial educated guy has the unfair advantage over others, which is the main citizen of the world.
If you want to survive from the economic chaos Kiyosaki called it ‘exceited’ that will come, you have to get yourselves to become better in financial education. Oct 06, Waseem rated it liked it. Apr 02, Luccas rated it it was amazing.
I have read some of Roberts previous books and this is just one the best works that he has done. Really showing not only Americans but the rest of the world that financial education is essential to live a happy and prosperous life. I am Brazilian and his ideas fully apply in my country as well as any other country.
We all need to educate ourselves better. Because lets face it economic crises will always happen no matter where you are or what you do it will affect you. How it affe Very good book! How it affects you and what you do about it depends on how well educated you are financially. Jan 12, Maxim rated it it was amazing. Excellent, professional handbook to understand the investment for beginners. It provides real life examples and explains the consequences of financial crisis in May 28, Corey rated it liked it.
But this book disappointed me. Although The processes that he lays out are good and worked for him. In my mind they lacked the common sense factor. Don’t get me wrong, it was an excellent read. But, I disagree with the methods he sugguested.
Dec 14, Sharon rated it really liked it.
A very to-the-point, extremely digestible book that intends to educate the average investor, though mostly about the US investment climate. Written in a little bit of an angsty way, but I guess that was supposed to jolt people into revelation and action. adfantage
Sep 06, Noel rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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. He goes into details talking about your knowledge on taxes, debt, risk and compensation. Kinda repeat from what he is trying to say in all his previous book.
Its a good read if you are a first timer for Robert’s book, but if you are those who have finished a series of his book, its getting boring. Dec 29, Carl rated it it was amazing. This book really has opened my eyes. Na does a really good job explaining what is wrong with our financial system and what can be done to survive and do well despite how things are run.
I would recommend this book to anyone. Jul 24, Mano Chil rated it it was amazing Shelves: Be a capitalist, not a socialist. Work on increasing your assets and decreasing your liabilities. Jul 20, John rated it liked it. Apr 29, Vaishali rated it really liked it Shelves: Kiyosaki is highly repetitive in this book, and he admits he is not a good writer. Still, very lucid and necessary financial advice in this era of fiat currency.
Sep 22, Cory Saint-Esprit rated it it was ok Shelves: While I like to overall message, I felt like he just repeated himself over and over and over and jiyosaki.