I’ve been busy lately. Busy reading. I know, so glamorous. I feel as if my mind has been taken over. It’s been abuzz with thoughts of financial knowledge, investing, stocks, bonds and all related subjects. I blame it all on the book ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’. Now, after this book piqued my interest, I have an almost obsessive compulsion to sponge up anything I can Google, read at Borders, or order on Amazon regarding anything to do with investing or small business start-up.
I even joined a local Meetup group that plays the game CASHFLOW. The author of ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, Robert T. Kiyosaki, created a game to help financial ignorant people like me to enhance their financial knowledge. Both Kevin and I are going next month to play the game with other people who have read his book and found wisdom in it.
Seriously, though, if you want a book to completely consume you, read ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’. If you are open to what he talks about and you’re at a point in your life where making money is important to you and saving for your retirement is starting to creep into your head, it will change your life.