Duration: 12 hours 11 minutes Summary: Together, then apart, then together again, as a brother and a sister discover the riches of life. Rich Brother Rich Sister combines the inspirational, true life stories of Robert Kiyosaki and his sister Emi Kiyosaki Venerable Tenzin Kacho into a book that will reaffirm your belief in the power of purpose, the importance of action, and the ability to overcome obstacles in a quest for a rich life. From that moment, two people, born of the same parents into the same household with the same childhood experiences, found themselves on distinctly different paths toward God, money, and happiness. Robert became a world-famous entrepreneur, author, and teacher of all things financial. Emi became a highly devout Buddhist nun, author, and teacher of all things spiritual. Buckminster Fuller, to a seat at the foot of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and ultimately back together again.
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Did you know that Mr. Most of us know who Robert Kiyosaki is. He is the author of international best seller of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series of books along with being a real estate investor.
However, who is Emi Kiyosaki? Emi took an entirely different path than Robert. While Mr. Kiyosaki took the path of financial greatness, Emi followed a spiritual path and was ordained by the Dalai Lama as a Buddhist nun. What is Rich Brother Rich Sister about? It contains many life lessons that I think that we can all learn from.
The story evolves into how they both went on their own separate paths and the struggles that they went through to get to where they are today. Each chapter contains perspectives from both Robert and his sister. What I found refreshing was that both authors humbly admit their faults and what they have learned from them. For example, with Robert, he admitted to having a dark side along with being discharged from the U. S Army. Emi, she went through many struggles in life both financial and health which mainly stem from her trying to find her path in life.
This book helps answer that question in describing how two siblings found their path to a fulfilling life and their lessons on how they both got there. Want a Free Copy? Only those with a North American mailing address may enter publisher rules, sorry.
Rich Brother, Rich Sister
Not a fan. Sep 23, Andrea rated it liked it Good content but writing leaves much to be desired. Jun 24, Wendelle added it overheard involuntarily. If I was a bit more unforgiving I would have said that the views presented here in this book are by a self-aggrandizing, self-congratulatory hack, and that the book is paradigmatic of the stereotype of the money-scamming pop self-help book. Look, I understand the near-resentment toward a that drives most entrepreneurial people who feel like they have caught their own selves by the bootstraps and made their own success. But the caricature-like view this book sells denies two things: a the difference between equality of status as proposed by socialism and the equality of opportunity as enshrined by the US Constitution, and b the fact that the rules of the economic game have changed, and wealth generation no longer happens by the Middle Class rulebook of hard work and paying dues, in an oligarchic system where greater wealth is acquired more easily by those who have to invest their piles and watch their money grow, as opposed to annual wage-earning. As the New Testament said and which I quote here because then Kiyosaki could understand, ""For whoever has, to him more shall be given, and he will have an abundance; but whoever does not have, even what he has shall be taken away from him," is the rulebook that formally operates.
Rich Brother, Rich Sister
Did you know that Mr. Most of us know who Robert Kiyosaki is. He is the author of international best seller of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series of books along with being a real estate investor. However, who is Emi Kiyosaki? Emi took an entirely different path than Robert. While Mr.