- A Book on Investing for Women
- Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-11-08
- Language: English
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Here are some eye-opening statistics:
47% of women over the age of 50 are single.
50% of marriages end in divorce. (The #1 thing couples fight about is money.)
In the first year after a divorce, a woman's standard of living drops an average of 73%.
90% of all women will be solely responsible for their financial well-being within their lifetime.Let's face it women, what worked for our mothers and grandmothers is not working for most of us, our daughters and our granddaughters. So now is the time for women to get smarter with their money.
My passion is to educate and encourage women to create the financial security and peace of mind they want and deserve in their lives. If that's what you want, then I trust this audiobook will be of great value to you. Here's to your success as a Rich Woman!
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By Miro on 09-05-18
Another great book from the Kiyosaki’s
What great easy listening book, very informative as Rich Dad series, definitely a open mind book for women (and mens too) in a time that financial life is so important and the majority pretends that they don’t have to be interested in money. A must listening and reading. Many thanks Kim and Robert for all the wisdom that you give us. I wish you all the best.
By Bex on 25-02-18
Loved it 😊
Something for everyone no matter where your starting point in life is.
I could relate to some aspect of each woman's story and it reinforced the importance of the concept that whatever you want in life there is a process, the journey, to follow that is more important than the end point.
Thank you for sharing your wisdom.
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By Jane on 08-07-10
I got it already! let's move on
The book consists of 24 chapters, and the first 7 chapters emphasizes on the needs for women to be financially independent. While this is a great point, I was hoping Kim will get straight to the point and present solid strategies on investment. Many of her points are common sense, such as the importance of financially interdependent, pay yourself first, and don't be afraid to ask questions etc. I wouldn't recommend this book even to the beginners because of its repetitions. The book is written in story style. Does 4 women sharing a lunch date in New York City sounds familiar to you? It reminds me of Sex and the City , but the characters lacks appeal. Although I haven't listened to Rich dad, Poor dad, Kim admits that the investing ideas she learned came from Robert, and that the fundamentally important ideas can be found in his book. Save your time on this one!
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By Amazon Customer on 29-06-18
The story was repetitive, the finance advice didn’t start until about chapter 6. I stopped around chapter 12 because the advice was just so bad. She talks about putting money aside into accounts for savings, investments, charities before paying your debts or bills that are due (which will then accrue you interest and send your credit score to the toilet). And in chapters before she talks about how you don’t need money to invest because you can borrow it from the banks! But with her philosophy no banks will give you a loan because your credit score will be ruined with her methods. Just horrible advice.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful