The State

Why good grades alone a bad advice are a such on-the place kicking would have Robert Kiyosaki also confessed before he had listened to the advice of his biological father’s highly educated, but chronically damp: write good grades, get a good job, earn good, then s fine. Although… that sounds not quite reasonable because? Would not be your own children the same advise? Now, such widespread thinking is unfortunately a downside: you any income, whether low or high, 1-to-1 in expenses or liabilities converts, which cost only money, rather than money to bring: a burdensome home mortgage, car loan, holiday, safe savings accounts or managed funds with yields in bonsai format… These and other purchases completely consume the cash flow and are experiencing an avalanche of costs go, which often ends up in a mountain of debt. The State does its part by he always impertinent turns on the control screw, the more sprouts Otto normal thinking up the career ladder climbs. Episode: The brave Mittelschichtler entangled in the net of liabilities if he has bad luck, he tumbles this zero until the financial ground. But mostly he rocking like crazy to earn more income through even more power and more professional qualification. And then comes the long-awaited salary increase? Then, it seems you have back air, finally to be able to afford more: a more spacious House (of course with larger mortgage), a bigger car, a luxuriant holiday…

and you go the tragedy from the beginning. Who earns higher revenues, can convert to immediately they increased spending: this fatal mistake escaped only through his rich dad Robert Kiyosaki, the father of his best school and aspiring supermarket owner, has dedicated to the two guys from childhood the secrets of getting rich. And precisely these secrets are revealed in rich dad, poor dad well 280 pages in easy to understand, but startling words. The basic idea is as simple as properly.