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Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens

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In this 2004 publication, co-written with Sharon Lechter, Robert Kiyosaki targets his rich dad philosophy towards teenagers.

In Rich Dad, Poor Dad for Teens, Robert Kiyosaki takes teenagers specifically into account when he writes that no matter what grades you have or how school smart you think you are, everyone is smart enough to be financially independent.

As it is directed towards teenagers, this edition of the rich dad philosophy is filled with games, sidebars,  tips and quizzes to get a youthful mind’s creative juices flowing.

Robert Kiyosaki urges that all teenagers, and people for that matter, are capable to achieve their financial dreams that will lead to greater freedom by simply working less hard for money, and having your money work harder for you.

By identifying personal strengths and styles, everyone can take their passions, set up a plan, and by being creative can accomplish ambitious financial goals. As Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad says, “My banker’s never asked me for a report card yet.”

Get your copy here – Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens

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  1. I do enjoy the way you have framed this particular problem and it does present us some fodder for thought. Nevertheless, from what I have experienced, I really wish when the actual feedback stack on that men and women remain on point and don’t get started upon a soap box of some other news of the day. Still, thank you for this exceptional piece and though I do not necessarily concur with this in totality, I regard the standpoint.

  2. As many other books of Robert Kiyosaki, I LOVED this book. It’s excellent for a great financial foundation for teenagers, in my opinion. I’d give it a rating of 4.5 out of 5.

    I also second Candy’s thoughts, by the way.

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