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Summary

In this episode we discuss the number one selling personal finance book of all time “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. We discuss how we were first introduced to the book and why we feel it is so important. After a brief summary, we quickly outline the six lessons that Kiyosaki teaches.

Books We Mention

Rich Dad Poor Dad

People We Mention

Robert Kiyosaki

Jim Rohn