Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men - One Message
Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki are both concerned. Their concern is that the rich are getting richer but America is getting poorer. Like the polar ice caps, the middle class is disappearing. America is becoming a two-class society.
Soon you will be either rich or poor. Donald and Robert want you to be rich.
The world is facing many challenges and one of them is financial. The entitlement mentality is epidemic, creating people who expect their countries, employers, or families to take care of them. Trump and Kiyosaki, both successful businessmen, are natural teachers who share a passion for education. They have joined forces to address these challenges, because they believe you cannot solve money problems with money. You can only solve money problems with financial education. Trump and Kiyosaki want to teach you to be rich. Why We Want You To Be Rich was written for you.
Reviews of: Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men - One Message
This book is a load of crap. WHY WE WANT YOU TO BE RICH puts itself out there as a book that is concerned about how the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. They forget to take into account that that is the basic tenet of capitalism, and it's not going to change unless the underlying system changes.
Donald Trump is a blowhard and while Kiyosaki is a good teacher, he's brought down by Trump. This book is the worst get-rich-quick book I have ever read. It's the only one I've actually read that made me angry.
Give it a skip, people. It's a lot of talk but no actual help if you're looking to make some money. Almost every other get-rich-quick book out there is better than WHY WE WANT YOU TO BE RICH. They don't want you to be rich, they want to stay rich and watch you get poorer.
This book was just not worth the money I spent on it. There weren't even any tips in this book, just a lot of big talk. Most of the book just seems to be cliche, surrounding over things you already know. "Love your job", no really, I'd rather work at a job I despise. I mean this is common sense to me. And although common sense in some books is an excellent thing, it isn't in this one!
I got this because it had Kiyosaki's name on it. I really enjoy his teaching style, and was hoping to get some great content out of it.
While the book was good, I think that there is a lot more valuable content in his other books, such as his Rich Dad series of books.
The most interesting part of this book is the 180 degree turn that Kiyosaki and Trump have taken in regards to the network marketing industry.
Whereas they both used to look down on it, they both now see it as a thriving industry, that allows people without many resources to start their own business for very low overhead and ongoing training.
Good book, but not great.