Summary

Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki are both concerned. Their concern is that the rich are getting richer, but America is getting poorer. The entitlement mentality is epidemic, creating people who expect their country, employer, or family to take care of them. And like the polar ice caps, the middle class is disappearing. America is becoming a two-class society, and soon you will be either rich or poor. Trump and Kiyosaki want you to be rich. Both are successful businessmen and natural teachers who share a passion for education. They have joined forces to address these challenges, because they believe you cannot solve money problems with money - you can only solve money problems with financial education. Trump and Kiyosaki want to teach you to be rich. Why We Want You to Be Rich was written for you.
©2006 Donald J. Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki (P)2006 Simon and Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"In these uncertain economic times, these two titans of business have joined forces on a book that underscores the pressing need for financial literacy." (Steve Forbes, President & CEO, Forbes Inc.)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Carmen Carrol on 28-06-17

great read

this is a very in-depth look at the rich divide that is taking place that needs to be bridge. I aim to be one who will be rich.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Neil on 27-05-09

Scarey

Trump and Kiyosaki expose the desperate state of the US economy and the reality of how most people think about money. You can sense the urgency of their message - wake up!
When i heard this work, "credit crunch" would've sounded like a breakfast cereal chargecard. These guys saw it coming.
Post the crunch, there is plenty to enjoy and take away from this book. Riveting.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Brian on 03-12-06

Great Book - Worth Listening

I was leary at first, because I think Donald Trump is quite arrogant, but I was impressed. No doubt he brags about himself here and there through out the book, but it is also filled with tid-bits of wisdom and new ways to think about things.

This book is very much a big picture, high level thinking, the way you view the world, paradigm evaluating type book. It help me personally refine and shape a few of my own ideas and inspired me to set some new goals.

I would highly recommend it to anyone who is a Trump or Kiyosaki fan, or who is looking for some motivation and self evaluation on their own road to success.

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15 of 15 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Warren on 29-07-07

Dubious content lacks substance

This audiobook begins with Donald and Robert praising each other's wealth, then moved into a series of questions that each answers independently of each other. There are small morsels of business insight, but very few. Most commentary is of a "think big, and be big" nature, with many platitudes and little substance.
The most dangerous aspect of their message is to denounce the "Richest Man in Babylon" and "Wealthy Barber" theory of saving, investing, diversifying, and living within your means. Instead we are told to live beyond our means, and leverage ourselves into wealth.
Without providing any specific insights or details. There is a caveat provided that if you cannot do this successfully, then you shouldn't do it at all.
Overall their messages are contradictory, trite, and self serving.
For non-sophisticated investors and the average salaried worker, more practical and useable books are the two mentioned above (Babylon, and Barber). For business insight, any of Jack Welsh's books (GE CEO) are inspirational and provide tons of useable business knowledge.

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