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Rich Dad's Guide to Becoming Rich Without Cutting Up Your Credit Cards

Turn Bad Debt Into Good Debt
Written by: Robert T. Kiyosaki
Narrated by: Tim Wheeler
Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Rich Dad’s Guide to Becoming Rich will…

  • Explain why cutting up your credit cards is a short-sighted, quick fix that doesn’t address the underlying problem of bad debt
  • Describe the difference between good debt and bad debt
  • Illustrate how using credit cards to buy liabilities will only make you poor
  • Show why using credit cards responsibly is a first step toward taking control of your financial future
  • Teach you the importance of having your money work for you… so you won’t spend your life working for money.
  • "The main reason people struggle financially is because they have spent years in school, but learned nothing about money. The result is that people learn to work for money… but never learn to have money work for them.” -Robert Kiyosaki

    Entrepreneur, investor, educator, and author of the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, Rich Dad Poor Dad

    ©2011 CASHFLOW Technologies, Inc. (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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    • J-rock Ent
    • 2015-11-16

    A average 3 hr audiobook I felt like I wasted a credit on audible

    I felt like I wasted a credit it wasn't a infomercial it was a short and average audiobook the narrator was great and easy to listen to it's just that the advice didn't have anything to do with credit credits it was just stories about why so many people end up in bad debt vs good debt. I would save my credit on audible for one of robert kiyosaki other books the abc's is a great one from him.

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    • Jimmy Oholt
    • 2016-07-10

    Great

    easy to listen to and had great information regarding everyone's financial situation. regardless of who you are you can learn something from this book.

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    • KP
    • 2016-01-29

    Same as other book

    This have some repeated stuff from other book like the cash flow quadrant!!! I just listen to it thinking that he would explain the better use of the credit cards!!! But not!!! This book is good for someone with to much bad debt

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    • Aaron
    • 2016-01-04

    Lacks content.

    Main points of book could have been consolidated in fewer chapters.
    More story telling than a how-to book. I believe it lacks the content that the title promises.
    Original book in the series is much better but that one also has a lot of filler.

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    • Curtis
    • Huntsville, Alabama, United States
    • 2015-01-14

    Not very dense, some bad advice too

    Narrator is slightly robotic
    He seems to just want to separate himself from Dave Ramsey here. There isn't much good advice and some is nonsense or at least not very well explained. Stick to Unfair Advantage, it is the only good one that I have run into so far of his

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    • Kevin Alexander
    • 2019-07-01

    Building financial literacy.

    Great financial learning! I feel inspired to keep learning as much as I can to grow in this area.

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    • Flex
    • 2019-03-05

    short/no new info

    this book contradicts rich dad/poor dad and is extremely short. only take away is "snowball" paying off your debt...which kind of contradicts the 1st book.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 2019-02-25

    Another great book!

    Another great book from Robert Kiyosaki and what he had learned from his Rich Dad. Suggesting this book for those who would like to get out of bad debt and get to a good starting point to financial freedom.

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    • Nick slattery
    • Cleveland
    • 2019-01-29

    Rich dad doesn’t disappoint!

    This is a very helpful guide to change your way of thinking about money and creating a plan to get out of debt and start bringing your dreams to reality!

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    • Bookworm
    • 2019-01-07

    Short and sweet to the point where you can remembe

    Short, sweet and easy to the point where you can remember the concepts with stories explaining the inner meaning. Kind of Jim Rohns category

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    • DA M.
    • 2018-02-04

    Version courte de ses autres livres

    C’est un bon récapitulatif de ses autres livres pour bien s’imprégner de l’état d’esprit mais un brin répétitif du coup.