I just read the introduction of billionaire Donald Trump and millionaire Robert Kiyosaki’s new book, “Why We Want You To Be Rich” and I feel horrible for those people who bought the book thinking it would actually teach them how to be rich.In fact, the book could be some of the most blatant self-promotion I’ve seen in a long time. I probably should have expected it from Donald Trump (who names just about everything he does after himself), but thought Robert Kiyosaki, co-author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and several other books, would have known better.The premise of the book is great… a billionaire and a millionaire get together to share why they want you to be rich and give you insight into how to actually become rich using the same strategies they both used: namely real estate investing.I mean there have been a lot of new real estate investors resulting from Robert Kiyosaki’s books with Dolf De Roos and Donald Trump made his money in real estate investing as well, so it should follow that they’d actually teach you how real estate investing. Nope. Not from what I’ve seen so far.Don’t get me wrong, the book does have some… Read full this story
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