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Rich Dad's Increase Your Financial IQ by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one of the Rich Dad series. This book covers five different types of financial intelligence. Rich Kid Smart Kid is written for parents who value education, want to give their children a financial head start in life, and are willing to take an active role to. RICH KID, SMART KID. Giving your child a financial head start. By. Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon Lechter, CPA. Published By Warner Books
Rich Kid Smart Kid is written for parents who value education, want to give their children a financial head start in life, and are willing to take an active role to make that happen. In the Information Age, a good education is more important than ever. But the current educational system may not be providing all the information a child needs to thrive in today's fast-paced, ever-changing world. This book was designed to fill in the gaps and to give your child the same inspiring and practical knowledge that Robert's rich dad gave him.
Rich Kid Smart Kid will show you how to awaken your child's love of learning. It will open doors that many never knew existed and give parents the tools and skills and real-world experiences financial field trips! Are you worried that school isn't preparing your child for the real world? It probably isn't. Rich Kid Smart Kid can bridge that gap. Business Finance Nonfiction.
A win win for everyone. Excelente libro!! Jul 08, Craig Kelley rated it really liked it. Most of Robert's books overlap and say the same thing. This is no different it just tries to target your children as the audience. Overall I thought the book was good like the others. They are simple to read and the ideas can be a good foundation for your finances. I recomend this book for any parent who wants to make their children being rich by these own children effort.
Este libro es muy bueno. Why 2 stars? Because this book is so highly repetitive I had to push myself to finish it. The stories he tells as conversations with people so often run in circles repeating many times over within just a few pages it's to the point where it feels like the author thinks his readers are so stupid they can't grasp his concepts so he has to say it fifty times over so it can sink in. It's annoying, it's filler, and the book could have easily had a lot removed by yanking out all the repetitive dialog.
The other reason I give this book a 2 star rating is because I have read some of his other books And this book repeats information from his other books to the point that if you've read his other books, don't bother reading this one because it's just repeating Was it a fast read?
Would I recommend reading it? Only if you really want to, and if you haven't really read his other work, and if you do read it, I'd borrow it from the library.
Did I mention how repetitive it is, because it's really repetitive, you know because it apparently takes a ton of repetition to get simple concepts across Great advise I have read this book more than once and I keep learning each and every time. There is so much inside that helps us, as parents, think and reflect on how to better raise our children's financial intelligence.
No magic recipes, as usual in the Rich Dad Poor Dad series, rather a number of suggestions for us to reflect and bring our own conclusions. Sep 16, Dinda rated it really liked it.
I usually don't believe in this kind of book that is why i'm such a late adopter! But this one is somehow made sense and covers some important topics about learning method and seeing money and investment in a different way. It even has practical suggestions on how to introduce the concept of money and wealth to children.
Apr 07, Chris Concannon rated it it was ok. Tons of fluff.
Advertisements for his other products and books on nearly every page. Hardly any new information from his best-selling Rich Dad Poor Dad book. Total waste of a read. My dad gave me this book when I was 14! I finished it in one month and it changed my life!
I highly recommend it to anyone, mostly to young people, even kids! It will put things in perspective for a lot of people! Mar 25, Sam Bronstein rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a great book. I wish I had read it when I was There is so much knowledge shared in such an easy way to understand. I hope to take the tools taught and change my future and help others change theirs as well. Jun 04, Stacia rated it liked it. If not for the title, this would have probably received 4 stars from me.
The majority of the book, however, isn't specifically geared toward teaching children about finance. The information is useful--just not necessarily what the title suggests. Dec 08, Yeap Naw rated it it was amazing. A must for parents and kids for success. Un poco repetitivo.
Aug 21, Kyra Moore rated it really liked it. I am going to use this book as a basis for my child's homeschool high school economics class. Jul 17, Monica rated it did not like it. This book was disappointing.
There were a few nuggets of wisdom but mostly I was angered while reading. As a teacher I found that his comments on the education system simply highlighted his ignorance. He obviously has not been in a modern classroom - if he had, he would have seen children working in co-operative learning groups, doing hands-on investigative type learning, having choices based on their learning styles and learning how to learn not what to learn.
Gone are the days of sitting in ro This book was disappointing. Gone are the days of sitting in rows, reading out of textbooks, learning information by rote well, maybe a few antiquated classrooms such as these still exist but they are becoming more rare. He writes as truth for all people based on one person's experiences - his own. In fact, this is the problem I have with the whole book - it is not based on research, there is no evidence to support his statements.
Yes the system worked for the few people that he knows, but what about all the people who tried it and ended up bankrupt? The real estate market did crash and therefore the mortgages were higher than the value of the homes and the banks asked for the difference or full amount to be paid. Investing in real estate is not a sure thing.
And what about the restaurant business that rich dad had? There are more failed restaurants than any other new business. And - you do need money to make money especially because there is risk involved so you need a strong base in order to take those risks without jeopardizing the fate of your family.
I will not be reading any more of this series and will not be recommending it to anyone. I gave Rich Kid Smart kid 4 stars because it gave me a lot of information that I didn't know. It also talked about different views in teenagers and what the decisions they do and how they affect them.
I like how it was focused on teenagers and kids because if it was more for adults it would have been useful but not as usefu I gave Rich Kid Smart kid 4 stars because it gave me a lot of information that I didn't know. I like how it was focused on teenagers and kids because if it was more for adults it would have been useful but not as useful as this one since I and a lot of people can relate to a lot of stuff in this book.
If every kid read this book I feel that the whole country would make at least one different decision that would change the way they Learn, Spend or even the way they dress.
There were also pictures in the book every once in awhile not only did it make it a little more interesting but it also helped me understand what they were talking about. With their pictures and diagrams it really helped. The book was also broken down into three different parts which helped sometimes because if i didn't know what was going on I could go back and check what section i was on so I can see what's going on. I would recommend it for everyone and everyone should read it, once you start reading it you will immediately know if the book is for you or if it's not.
Apr 21, Cristina Oliveras rated it it was amazing. This book changed my perception on parenting. It equipped me with the knowledge i need to guide my kids in the direction of financial security and literacy that I wouldn't have had without reading this. If you have read other books by this author, you already have the idea he is trying to express.
His books are pretty repetitive and he likes to repeat the same things over and over. But each book goes slightly into deeper detail on certain subjects pertaining to fiscal literacy.
This book is for This book changed my perception on parenting. This book is for you if you want to learn how to simplify the world of money for your children. It might even help simplify things for your own well being too. The only thing I did notice in the books that I have read from his collection is he never really goes into detail on how he finds his assets and how he manages them. He focuses more on the motivational part of it rather than the physical work of investing in my opinion.
Besides that I think he did a great job writing this book. Very beneficial if you are willing to involve yourself in your child's fiscal education Jul 31, Ismail Diabolic rated it really liked it. My mom can't agree on what's in this book, being a straight "A" student make its difficult to understand what Robert want people to understand, while on the other hand, I can't agree more. I'm not a parent though, but if my parents would have done this, I might be someone who don't argue with their parents.
Parents being teachers 2. Understand children mental behaviours 3. Understand and teach difference between "assets" and "liabilities" 4. Let your children know about "Financial statements" 5. Measures to take, to avoid financial troubles 7. Robert's rich dad advices 8. Rich kids and smart kids 9. Robert's personal experience etc.. May 24, Chirs rated it it was amazing. This is book is telling to the parents about how to teach their kids.
If you want your kid to be great, he should be good at metal, spiritual, emotional, physical those four parts.
It is not a easy but it is worth. I want my kid to be the same as others, not super smart. The author is smart, he told the kids, if you want to be rich, you have to do homework when This is book is telling to the parents about how to teach their kids. The author is smart, he told the kids, if you want to be rich, you have to do homework when they are young. So this can make them are willing to do homework and be obedient with their parents when they grow up. This is also a good book for those kids who want to become success and to get better.