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10 years ago, my dad told me to read this book. as a teenager who was more interested in reading crap like twilight and the hunger games, i brushed him off, but in the back of my mind it was always one of those books i knew i should read. and boy do i regret not reading this 10 years ago. you do have to take all of his advice with a grain of salt, because this man has been incredibly lucky with the real estate market (i mean, literally anybody who bought real estate when he did is a millionaire today.) even so, i think this book is incredibly motivating and useful to anyone who is kind of figuring things out right now and looking for that push to take the next step. i have always had a 'gut feeling' when it came to investment opportunities but never had the courage/enough money to really take that leap. the book changes your perspective on how to look at money, how to value your own time, and really just gives you confidence to believe in yourself and take that (carefully analysed) leap of faith. i would recommend this book to anyone who wants any chance at achieving financial freedom for themselves and their families.
I ordered this book to be rich. I learned that having more money isn't going to solve most people's problem, which is debts. Financial illiteracy is the cause. Read this book and you will understand why.