Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Book Review

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Book Review

Rich Dad, Poor DadWhat The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not!

On my latest visit to section 332.024 at the local library I came across Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, and since it was labeled as “The #1 New York Times Bestseller” I decided to grab a copy and check it out – no pun intended.

I’m not sure how I feel about this book yet. That’s not true, I know exactly how I feel. Read on.

When I first started reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I was a little intrigued by the first few chapters, but as I kept reading I started to feel more and more annoyed by Robert Kiyosaki.  The book has some good points, but at times it also made me feel like I was sitting through a sales pitch. No, I don’t want to buy a time-share Robert.  He actually doesn’t say you should buy time-shares, I just felt like he was constantly trying to sell me something.

But before I tell you why Kiyosaki rubs me the wrong way, let me break down a few things about his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad.