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Rich Dad’s The Real Book Of Real Estate

The Real Book of Real Estate: Real Experts. Real Stories. Real Life. Robert Kiyosaki draws upon the counsel of 21 of his closest big business pals to prepare his audience to properly assess property values, locate foreclosures, lower taxes and even find hidden investment opportunities. The book couldn’t come at a more appropriate time, given the rising number of home foreclosures, and luckily seasoned narrators Jim Bond, Sandra Burr and Bruce Reizen make listening an enjoyable and personable experience. Many such guides fail to reach listeners because of their less than inspired narrations; this talented cast not only injects life into their respective readings, but also manage to get the point across without sounding the least bit robotic. Get your copy today – The Real Book of Real Estate: Real Experts. Real Stories. Real Life. Share and...

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The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing

The Secrets of Finding Hidden Profits Most Investors Miss In this 2004 publication, the author Ken McElroy discusses strategies to real estate investing. Rich Dad’s Advisors: The ABC’s of Real Estate Investing: the Secrets of Finding Hidden Profits Most Investors Miss is a book for beginners in their quest to actualize their real estate investing dreams. Ken McElroy offers advice and how to applications of it in a way that is easy to read and comprehend. With chapters discussing the myths of real estate investments and chapters on how to evaluate a property and judge it’s worth are essential for anyone who is just starting up in their real estate venture. Giving mathematical calculations, Ken McElroy demonstrates how to find the right property, set the right price for your property, and negotiate the right deal for your property. With his advice the step from thinking about going into real estate investments to actually doing so to generate more cash flow is unavoidable. Share and...

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The ABC’s of Writing Winning Business Plans

How to Prepare a Business Plan That Others Will Want to Read – and Invest In Published in 2005, and written by Garrett Sutton, Rich Dad’s Advisors: The ABC’s of Writing Winning Business Plans: How to Prepare a Business Plan That Others Will Want to Read — and Invest In is a book which deals with the importance of a business plan and how to use it properly. Garrett Sutton states that the written business plan is the most important factor in the outcome of a successful business. When written properly a business plan can be used both as a tool to generate further investment, and as an organized plan of how to execute your company’s goals. The insight in how a business plan is used to stay focused on what it is your business does to identifying and using your strengths and weaknesses in a beneficial manner. In the end this will strengthen your business and attract further investment, deal with your competition, and use your business plan as a tool to achieve financial success in your business. Rich Dad’s Advisors®: The ABC’s of Writing Winning Business Plans: How to Prepare a Business Plan That Others Will Want to Read — and Invest In Share and...

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The ABC’s of Building a Business Team That Wins

The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them into a Championship Team In this 2004 publication of yet another Rich Dad’s Advisors books, author Blair Singer writes about how a to create and build a successful business team in Rich Dad’s Advisors®: The ABC’s of Building a Business Team That Wins: The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them Into a Championship Team. Blair Singer articulates in this book many lessons on how to hire the right people and turn them into team players for your business. Lessons like turning ordinary people into exceptional performers, and ensuring loyalty and confidence amongst your employees are some of the main concepts explored in this edition of the Rich Dad’s Advisors series. Blair Singer suggests that it is of up most importance to clearly define a mission statement and have that above all else, even against all the team members as a whole and the individual. Rich Dad’s Advisors®: The ABC’s of Building a Business Team That Wins: The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them Into a Championship Team Share and...

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Sales Dogs: You Do Not Have to Be an Attack Dog to Be Successful in Sales

Written by Blair Singer with an introduction from Robert Kiyosaki, and published in 2001, Sales Dogs: You Do Not Have to Be an Attack Dog to Be Successful in Sales is a book which gives advice on how to generate better revenues and become a stronger seller. Blair Singer divides people into five categories of sales dogs, in which there are strengths in each. But it is about finding a balance between honesty, and aggressiveness amongst other things, that with a yes I can approach and commitment will lead to better customer relationships, and thus better sales. Sales Dogs: You Do Not Have to Be an Attack Dog to Be Successful in Sales is a book that teaches you to explore your own strengths and personal skills to maximize your selling potential and place you in the high quality margin of any sales profession. Sales Dogs : You Do Not Have to Be an Attack Dog to Be Successful in Sales (Rich Dad’s Advisors series) Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Real Estate Advantages: Tax and Legal Secrets of Successful Real Estate Investors

In this 2006 publication, written by Rich Dad Company co-founder Sharon Lechter, and Rich Dad advisor Garrett Sutton, Rich Dad’s Real Estate Advantages: Tax and Legal Secrets of Successful Real Estate Investors introduces practical tips to help your investment in real estate. With an easy to follow approach, Sharon Lechter and Garrett Sutton co-write this book which is filled with tax and legal information that can be used and combined together to not only maximize any real estate investment but to do so at an accelerated pace. As this book is written for the first time real estate investor to the seasoned real estate investor, the message remains consistent in that preparing a plan and by combining some of these tax and legal secrets, you can watch as your real estate assets mature to maximum potential. Rich Dad’s Real Estate Advantages: Tax and Legal Secrets of Successful Real Estate Investors Share and...

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Protecting Your #1 Asset: Creating Fortunes from Your Ideas: An Intellectual Property Handbook

Michael Lechter writes this 2001 publication as a general guide line of how you can legally protect your number one asset, which in fact separates you from others, and that is your ideas. In Protecting Your #1 Asset: Creating Fortunes from Your Ideas: An Intellectual Property Handbook Michael Lechter explains that you can turn your ideas into property. Thus when ideas turn into property they really turn into assets. Consequently, if you do not protect your ideas, you could lose the rights over them and thus lose more generated income. Instead, Michael Lechter, an internationally recognized expert in intellectual property, suggests that by protecting your ideas by turning them into intellectual property, you can protect yourself from completion or take a slice of your competition’s pie through licensing your intellectual property. Protecting Your #1 Asset: Creating Fortunes from Your Ideas: An Intellectual Property Handbook introduces the reader to basic concepts such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks, all tools that can help protect your ideas and rights. Protecting Your #1 Asset : Creating Fortunes from Your Ideas : An Intellectual Property Handbook (Rich Dad’s Advisors) Share and...

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OPM: How to Attract Other People’s Money for Your Investments – The Ultimate Leverage

In this 2004 publication written by Michael Lechter, husband of Sharon Lechter, and also an internationally recognized expert on intellectual property, Rich Dad’s Advisors: OPM: How to Attract Other People’s Money for Your Investments – The Ultimate Leverage is about what the title insinuates, precisely using other peoples money to make your ideas work. Since Michael Lechter is an attorney this edition to the Rich Dad’s Advisors books is very thorough in the concepts presented, and repetitive in the lessons portrayed. The idea of using other people’s money to jump start your business is the central theme of this book. In it, it discusses all the angles of using other people’s money, and lists such advantages and consequences of each one. The main point though is that you can use other people’s money as leverage in your own business projects that generate revenues for your pocket. Rich Dad’s Advisors: OPM: How to Attract Other People’s Money for Your Investments–The Ultimate Leverage Share and...

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How to Buy and Sell a Business: How You Can Win in the Business Quadrant

Written by Garrett Sutton and published in 2003, How to Buy and Sell a Business: How You Can Win in the Business Quadrant is a book that offers quality tips and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, and business owners alike. In a clear and simple style of writing, How to Buy and Sell a Business: How You Can Win in the Business Quadrant reveals many tips and strategies that help the reader avoid major business mistakes and overcome obstacles that may present themselves in the quest to become a successful business owner. With a foreword from Robert Kiyosaki, there is a line that sums up the flavor of How to Buy and Sell a Business: How You Can Win in the Business Quadrant and that is that the most successful people learn how to create and sell businesses, and not to work for these businesses. Share and...

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Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men – One Message

The latest release by Robert Kiyosaki with Sharon Lechter is the 2008 publication Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men – One Message, where Robert Kiyosaki teams up with Donald Trump and his co-writer Meredith McIver. Like other books in the Rich Dad series, and as the title insinuates, Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men – One Message is a book about philosophy and how it is a mind set that somebody has which ultimately decides how successful, independent, and free you can be. What it is not is a financial plan or road map that expresses clearly and simply how to become rich. For the authors, Robert Kiyosaki and Donald Trump, explain that you still need to have a good idea, but with a solid and better financial education which this book, like others in the Rich Dad series, presents, anyone can become rich. A selling point for this book is that fact that these words are coming from acclaimed and well known multi-millionaires. If it was simply a question of how to become rich, then everyone would be standing in that line, but when the question is why we want you to be rich, then it presents more of a question that the reader must draw their answer from the text to a philosophical question and not, say a practical or a physically manifested answer. With the main authors both believing that the demise of the middle class is an inevitability in the future, that there will only be two classes that will emerge, the rich class and the poor class, Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men – One Message is a book that motivates you to chose and make the necessary steps, as having a solid, well learnt financial education being one of them, to be part of the rich class. Get your copy here – Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men, One Message Share and...

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