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Excellent sequel to RICH DAD POOR DAD
on 30 March 2014
The book consists of three parts. First there is a theory section where the classification of people into employed (e), self-employed (s), business owners (b) and investors (i) is introduced, along with presenting highly useful and interesting classification of seven levels of investors. The second part deals with the issue of how a persons thinking has to change in order to change from going from the left side (e-i) of the classification scheme to the right side (b-i). The final part is a seven step programme explaining what to do in order to achieve the change.
The book is an excellent sequel to RICH DAD POOR DAD in the sense that it repeats the key points from the previous book but tells the story in a slightly different way through the use of the four quadrants. Although it is primarily motivational rather than technical, the text contains some interesting statistics and ideas that should be very useful for improving cash-flow management in a manner that can be numerically evaluated and thus make it possible to predict when financial freedom will be reached.
Just like the first book, it is written in a highly entertaining manner with highly useful diagrams and examples. It should be good motivation for further investigations into the world of mathematical finance ("financial engineering").