Rich Dad's Success Stories: Real Life Success Stories from Real Life People Who Followed the Rich Dad Lessons
An extraordinary collection of easy-to-follow business success stories of everyday people who have followed Rich Dad's advice and become financially free.
Reply to reviewer from Chicago
By Lenny Leonski - October 3, 2003
I too was eagerly awaiting this new book by Kiyosaki. Tired of hearing allegations as to "who has really benefitted from his teachings" I eagerly bought this book and read this new addition to the Rich Dad series.I really think the reader from Chicago is missing the point. The fact is more wealth has been made in real estate than in any other venture. No other business or investment can compare. Writing books? C'mon now! Do you have any idea on how many books get turned down each year? And of those that are published, how many do you suppose really make any real money?Many of Kiyosaki's critics have been asking for evidence that his strategies work. Well here it is in Real Life Success Stories from Real Life People who followed the Rich Dad lessons. Like it or not, this is how "Real People" are making "Real Money" in Real Estate.Perhaps in some future volume, Kiyosaki will profile business success stories and I look forward to those as well... read more
No more excuses
By A Customer - October 5, 2003
In this new book by Robert Kiyosaki, Robert completely blows away the allegation that his philosophy doesn't work. Ecuses are completely taken out.I enjoyed the business and real estate success stories and I look forward to Kiyosaki's next foray.Good book Robert. Very inspiring.
Great book - very inspiring
By Bill Sanders - October 30, 2003
I just finished reading Rich Dad's Success Stories and Rich Dad Poor Dad.Rich Dad's Success Stories was very inspiring. Great to see people from all walkd of life and different ages succeed and so quickly too! Rich Dad Poor Dad offers a paridimn shift and really sold me on the concept of starting my own business, getting into real estate and 86-ing my J-O-B which really does stand for just over broke.Rich Dad Poor Dad also got me to think of several creative income ideas. I will never go back to think the old way again.A friend of mine has the Rich Dad board game. I couldn't believe how poorly I did (that was before reading the books) and that was my wake up call. I was using Poor Dad thinking which explains why I wasn't getting anywhere. Now that I have read these two books, I am looking forward to playing the game again and then on to the more advanced game.More importantly, it's on to financial self reliance ala Kiyosaki.Thank you Robert for 2 outstanding books. I will be adding... read more