Best-selling author Robert T. Kiyosaki has built an empire of financial advice books. The titles of many of his popular books feature the words “Rich Dad.” Kiyosaki – writing here with consultant and CPA Sharon L. Lechter – presents the lessons in those books in the form of a literary seesaw: He had two fathers. His real dad was educated but poor, and his second dad (his best friend’s father) was self-made and rich. Both taught him life lessons that reflected their individual character and experience. One was a fearful loser and died owing money. The other was a self-made, bold winner, who left money to charities and to his family when he died. The two men’s diametrically opposite attitudes – loser/winner, small timer/major leaguer, scaredy-cat/big bad wolf – provide the narrative journey that Kiyosaki travels to instruct readers about financial planning as he was instructed.
About the Author
Robert T. Kiyosaki’s financial advice books feature many Rich Dad titles as well as other bestsellers, including Retire Young, Retire Rich and Second Chance: For Your Money, Your Life and Our World. Sharon L. Lechter is a consultant and CPA.
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