Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki is regarded as the #1 personal finance book of all time, and for good reason! This book has given me, as well as countless other investors the tools needed to build true, lasting wealth. Rich Dad Poor Dad outlines how to make your money work for you, the importance of gaining control over your finances, and how to create wealth.
In today’s video, I’m discussing the paradigm shift that occurs when you read Rich Dad Poor Dad. I’ll discuss the four asset classes that Kiyosaki outlines in the book, and why real estate is part of the strongest combination for wealth creation in this country.
You’ll learn about the power of being a business owner, as well as the tax benefits available to entrepreneurs and investors. You’ll learn about changing your mindset, and gaining the tools to build wealth. If you’re ready to begin building legacy wealth for your family, press play!
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