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ISBN:1469202026
Author: Tim Wheeler,Robert T. Kiyosaki
ISBN13: 978-1469202020
Title: Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets about Money - That You Don't Learn in School
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Language: English
Category: Personal Finance
Publisher: Rich Dad on Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (January 8, 2013)

Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets about Money - That You Don't Learn in School by Tim Wheeler,Robert T. Kiyosaki



Thanks to Rich Dad, Poor Dad: Teens. 6 people found this helpful. The more I learn about investing the less his books seem to appeal to me. The retelling of Rich Dad's stories is very repetitious and boring since the same stories are reference several times throughout the book and chapters. I'm sure that I gained some nuggets of information from this book however it could have been condensed into a much shorter book. Robert often talks about the value of your time, lesson don't read this book if you value your time. 11 people found this helpful.

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Picking up where school leaves off, Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens is the secret weapon for gaining the freedom to create the wealth you want. No matter what your grades are, you are smart enough to thrive financially. It is never too early to begin learning to be smart with your money. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens - Robert T. Kiyosaki.

Personal finance author and lecturer Robert T. Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective from two very different influences - his two fathers. This text lays out Kiyosaki's philosophy and his relationship with money.

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The book contains real story of Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads (his real father and the father of his best friend). Thoughts about money from 2 different minds are captured very well in this book. The book also explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you. All in all, if you want to understand and address the basic concepts behind financial statements then read this book. You can also Download 6 Months to 6 Figures by Peter Voogd PDF Free  . This is best book for teens to understand the basic concepts behind financial statements.

Do you feel that what you’re learning in school has nothing to do with your life? Do you feel that school’s not really preparing you for the real world? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then this audiobook is for you! When Robert Kiyosaki was growing up, he wasn’t exactly an “A” student, but it wasn’t because he wasn’t intelligent. He just learned in a different way than the teachers in the school expected him to. Then Robert found a mentor who taught him about money and investing. Robert became so successful that he was able to retire when he was still a young man. Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens doesn’t just share his amazing personal story. It shows you how to make choices today, choices of the rich. Packed with straight talk, sidebars, and quizzes, this audiobook will jumpstart your personal success by showing you: • How to speak the language of money • Ways to make money work for you • Tips for success — including “work to learn, not to earn” • Games that help you understand the tools to keep money moving and growing. Picking up where school leaves off, Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens is the secret weapon for gaining the freedom to create the wealth you want. No matter what your grades are, you are smart enough to thrive financially. It is never too early to begin learning to be smart with your money.
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Felolv
Even if you just play the audiobook in the car while your kids pretend not to listen, it can't hurt.

That's what I've been doing and then I'll turn it off and my 11-year old asked me to better explain Assets versus Liabilities as we got out of the car.

See! He WAS listening!

The "That You Don't Learn in School!" subtitle helped my kids at least pretend to listen.

I've always been a self-educator (sounds a bit like "self-medicator" but ... different--or is it?) and I'm usually pushing anything onto my kids that I can.

I believe that "regular education" doesn't necessarily prepare most of us for "real life." Stuff like marriage, parenting, and finance. Maybe it's not supposed to. Maybe it's supposed to be for rote learning, art history, and advanced calculus. I don't know. No, really, I don't know.

I'm pretty much a fan of anything that wants to teach me something as I think that I'll at least learn something. If there are 10 things and I learn 1, it's more than 0. See? A bit of math I just snuck in there.

Robert T. Kiyosaki is a legend when it comes to finance and " ... has held a top spot on the New York Times bestsellers list for over six years - is an investor, entrepreneur, and educator whose perspectives on money and investing fly in the face of conventional wisdom." (from his Amazon author page)

In this book for teens, he does just that and especially covers those three topics: investing, entrepreneurship, and education.

My kids didn't listen but they heard.

Although I don't think my kids took notes (OK, no, they didn't) or will actually knowingly, consciously implement any of Kiyasaki's very well-thought-through ideas and strategies, just hearing it is a big help.

After listening one day in the car (where I have a captive audience, hint hint), there was mention of a rental property one day and my youngest boy (12) kind of understood what the topic was. Thanks to Rich Dad, Poor Dad: Teens.
cyrexoff
Wisdom from Rich Dad for Teens is an excerpt only. It is a hardback, on the right.
The full text paperback version is on the right. Many of these reviews indicate there is confusion between the products.
Whitecaster
The adult book is great but this presentation designed for teens is great as it keeps their attention as they read and they can always read the full "adult" book later. The most important thing for kids is to get them INTO something in the first place. I bought this for my grandson for Christmas and hope it changes his life as it did my older godson, who recommended the book to me in the first place! Kids are NOT taught how to make money work for them, and we are all caught up in working to make money to pay our bills to survive, instead of working to earn money to put to work to provide us with a great lifestyle. This book is revolutionary. EVERY teen should read this book!
Shadowredeemer
This is a book that would greatly appeal to teenagers I believe. It's concise and to the point. My only reservation is that I've never been a fan of mini-books and how challenging they are to read. Kiyosaki's breakdown between how rich dads and poor dad's see wealth in a different (and mutually exclusive) fashion was illuminating. That he defines what money is for and how we should see it instructed further. This should capture the imagination of most teens. The story of Robert's first job at the store as a child was inspirational. The comic book library that he and friend created should resonate with most kids who could well apply the concept to renting video games. This portended how Kiyosaki, an average guy, was able to become a great and wealthy man. Practically all of us wish we could be as successful as he is. The advice he provides is pretty basic but very sound.
Walan
By miniature addition I was not expecting this book to be about 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches. This thing is SMALL. What else is small? The actual useable info. Lacking any genuine information outside what you could find for free with a single web search. As an 18 year old, this book more fits a pre-teen type role.
Runehammer
I read the Rich Dad Poor Dad book a number of years ago. When I came across this book I was very excited that there was a book I could give to my niece and nephew. I purchased the book and read it over the weekend. I found it easy to read with concise digestible concepts that teenagers will understand. I highly recommend this book!
Warianys
I have been a fan of Robert Kiyosaki's products for several years now and while searching amazon I ran across this book for teens. While I do not have a teen yet, I purchased the book anyway as I am looking for books that my young child may be able to learn from in the years to come. I gave it a quick read and I like how it breaks down the assets and liabilities for a tenager and provides worksheets for them to use to help give them a solid foundation of finances..
Great TINY book.

I wish there was more to it. But the information it has is excellent. Hopefully my teens will want to read Robert's real books after this tiny taste.