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Paperback Incrementa Tu IQ Financiero Book

ISBN: 9705803692

ISBN13: 9789705803697

Incrementa Tu IQ Financiero

(Book #13 in the Rich Dad Series)

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Book Overview

For years, Robert Kiyosaki has firmly believed that the best investment one can ever make is in taking the time to truly understand how one's finances work. Too many people are much more interested in the quick-hitting scheme, or trying to find a short-cut to real wealth. As Kiyosaki has preached over and over again, one has to truly under the process of how money works before one can start out on trying to escape the daily financial Rat Race.

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Nunca estuvo mas adaptado a la realidad de la economia mundial actual

Siempre he seguido a kiyosaky desde su primer libro y siempre estuvo muy claro en sus ideas. En los actuales momentos, con la debacle económica mundial, sus ideas y conocimientos estan mas que nunca vivos en nuestra mente. Altamente recomendable para tener una idea clara de como ser efectivamente activo en su IQ financiero

It gets better and better...

I've read many books from Kiyosaki and I never get bored. It's amzing how he explains the matters of money, and how easy it sounds. I'm looking forward for his next book.

A Winner!

This one is worth sharing with EVERYONE! I am leading a group through this teaching. Every parent should be teaching the techniques to their children. This could be the REAL GREENING OF AMERICA.

Classic Kiyosaki: Get rich by getting smart

In what may be his best book to date, Robert Kiyosaki challenges his readers to wise up about their own financial situation and what they need to know to become financially intelligent because, he says, if you can increase your financial IQ, you can become richer. Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money is classic Kiyosaki: part story-telling and part textbook with plenty of motivation and no tolerance for excuses. Kiyosaki doesn't tell you what to do; he tells you how to find out what you need to know so you can make good decisions for yourself. He writes: "It is not real estate, stocks, mutual funds, businesses, or money that makes a person rich. It is information, knowledge, wisdom, and know-how, a.k.a. financial intelligence, that makes one wealthy." Kiyosaki details the five financial IQs: Making more money, protecting your money, budgeting your money, leveraging your money, and improving your financial information. The book closes with practical applications for developing your financial IQ. Kiyosaki challenges the reader to develop a true understanding of money and the rules of the money game-as well as of the fact that the rules change over time. This isn't a feel-good, "do as I tell you and all will be fine" book. It's a book about empowerment. Kiyosaki clearly intends to provoke the reader into taking action-something he does well. It's a must-read for anyone interested in improving their financial circumstances. Jacquelyn Lynn author, The Entrepreneur's Almanac: Fundamentals, Facts and Figures You Need to Run and Grow Your Business

Financial Insight for Today's World

Once again, Robert Kiyosaki will have enriched the lives of many people around the world about how we think about money. Even if you have read "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and his other books, his latest book now stresses the importance of having a financial IQ and education like never before. With real estate prices falling and many owners/investors foreclosing, inflation, rising health care, etc., Robert gives you the advice on what you need to do with your own finacial situation. But its not just real estate; mutual funds, financial planning, the price of gold, are also mentioned here. That being said, Robert proves that many people now need to increase their financial IQ. And he gives 5 basic financial IQ's people need to stay ahead (and get rich). Like his other books, he mixes advice with his own personal experiences in the past and gives money history lessons on why financial advice that have worked for your parents will no longer work for you or your children's future. I really enjoyed this book because he has so much to say. Not only does he make past references to "Rich Dad, Poor Dad," new historical economic and personal elements appear in this book. If you haven't read his books before, these are not get rich quick schemes. Nor does he tell you exactly what to do. But he definitely motivates and points you in a direction.
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