CFM 445 Book Report 2.docx - Porter Thomas Book Report 2 CFM 445 April 8 2019 The book I chose to read is Rich Dad Poor Dad The book is written by

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Porter Thomas Book Report 2 CFM 445 April 8, 2019 The book I chose to read is Rich Dad, Poor Dad. The book is written by Robert Kiyosaki and it tells the story about his two dads who live two different lives. The first dad is his biological father who is the poor dad. The second father is the father of his best friend named mike and he is wealthy. Throughout the book the author compares both fathers as well as their ideas and principles regarding financial practice. Within the novel there are six major lessons that are discussed in the book. Throughout the book Robert also provides many examples and themes in order to help the reader understand the lessons. He later talks on about how many people are financially ignorant because they don’t teach themselves to be financially. He goes on not to spoil yourselves too hard but to reward yourself. Robert used the example of McDonalds and how they elect to invest in prime real estate rather than focus on an amazing burger. By investing in valuable real estate, McDonalds is deciding to nurture their own business. Another example is
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  • Fall '19
  • Capital accumulation, Robert Kiyosaki

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