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Guia Para Hacerse Rico Sin Cancelar Sus Tarjetas de Credito: Convierta la "Deuda Mala" en "Deuda Buena"

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Are you in credit card debt? Is your financial security threatened? Learn that with a solid financial education you would know that there are two kinds of debt... good debt and bad debt. A person with a sound financial education would know how to use good debt to get richer faster?much faster than a person who only saves money and has no debt. If you are ready to increase ...more
Paperback, 126 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Aguilar (first published November 1st 2000)
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baca judulnya pasti bikin bahagia para pemegang "kartu2" yang ingin tetap bisa foya2..=P
tapi bukan ini alasan gw. kalau soal ngomongin investasi paling asik rasanya gw uda khatam denger sejak kecil dari nyokap.
tapi yg bikin buku ini gak bosen gw baca berkali2 adalah pemahaman bijaksana tentang makna "menikmati hidup" dengan penuh penghargaan. kadang senyum2 sendiri kalo ketemu kalimat2 yg sama dg yg ada dlm pikiran2 gw selama ini, terlebih saat menyaksikan orang2 yang kiyosaki bilang "kaya kare
Edgar Mora-Reyes
Un libro lleno de consejos e historias continuando la series de Padre rico y padre pobre. Curiosamente comente el mismo error que los anteriores. Esto me recuerda el gran pragmatismo de este tipo de autores, difícil replicar la formula que el autor quiere que el público en general aplique en sus negocios ya que deja de lado los factores macro económicos, sobre todo olvida todo lo relacionado a la antropología humana, ciertamente toma de referencia la necesidad de lo trascendental pero confunde t ...more
loved it...very good starting points and tips.
all of Roberts books have great information but they are all very repetitive with personal stories about his life. I personally dont have credit card debt but read this book to see if it would be helpful to overcome my student loans. Again this book has good information that I appreciate even if I did already know it because repition improves memory and knowledge. I also get his books from the library this is not a book I would recommend buying because his other books have the same information.
Willi Braun
Very good advice and ideas in this book. If you like the style of Robert Kiyosaki books, you will also enjoy this book. It's not even necessary that you know his other books (i.e. Rich Dad, Poor Dad) to enjoy this one. Every books speaks for itself and if you are open to his advice, you can certainly learn a lot from this great author. Can highly recommend this book.
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Kaloyan K.
Nice read, but if you are familiar with the "Rich Dad" books you will hardly find something new here: it is has the same ideas about job security and financial freedom, but with emphasis on how to actually achieve it. I myself always like the idea that people should learn from their mistakes and should not be punished for them, and I think that this book gives the most weight to that idea: rich people are not afraid to make mistakes, they learn from them and continue forward.

The other nice thing
Steven Kennedy
Not as informative as what I expect or as compared to Kiyosaki's other books but still a decent read.
A lot of great insights into becoming wealthy as well as how wealthy people think.
I really thought it would be a conventional self help one but you can really get some nice lessons about how to control your finances and put it into practice. I got happy to realize that I had started practicing some of these lessons even before reading it. And believe me or not: My intention is not to BECOME RICH without cutting my credit card once I haven't heard of it for about 3 years but far from those who judge the book by its cover (AND THEY WILL if you read this in public) you have to g ...more
Sandy  Kemp
Too much talk about his other books and a board game he sells
A lot of repetition with other Rich Dad's books.
Nalyaka Mugwe
A great handbook on handling money
Roxanne Sami
I just love Richdad series..
Ok, the point is not the writing but the content here, but the writing was painful. Kiyosaki says that he isn't a writer, but that is a perfect excuse to hire an expert. I listened to this on tape. Oy! I could have used a well developed outline more effectively. He makes some good points about more conservative investors (me) needing to get out of the boat and take risks, but I am not entirely convinced that a little Yankee austerity is a bad thing.
Anton Klink
I read a lot of Kiyosaky "Rich Dad" books some ten years ago so I am no longer able to distinguish between all of them. However, since I was already practising the principles preached his books, I found them to be true and quite agreed with them. My rating is based on my recollection that all of his books gave the reader no-nonsense high quality money and assets management advice and as such, I'd recommend them to anyone interested in the subject.
Cari Brandt
I really like all the Rich Dad's books. They are great information and they are in plain English. I'm giving this one a 3 because I don't feel like I learned anything new. It seemed to be a repeat of other books and other stuff I knew already. Although, if you're a beginner at this stuff, then you'd probably like it.
Good starter book for a college student before he or she graduates. Great "lead-in" for his other books.
I love his other work but, part one was pure filler information and lots of advertising for his game. I am starting to think Robert Kyosiki has ran out of material and is just talking about nothing valuable just to sell more content.
Was very interesting reading. A must read!!!! Definitely gave me a better understanding of how things really work. I'm reading more of his books.
The author show what is the cost of making mistakes , education , ignorance and illustrate the different between the now and old capitalist thinking.
the Concept of knowing what GOOD and BAD Debts are, was great !!!!
دونستن اینکه قرض خوب و قرض بد چیه واقعا عالی که تو این کتاب توضیح داده میشه
David Robins
A short book that continues the series' emphasis on learning from mistakes, cash flow and passive income, and the potential of real estate.
María Esther
Aug 11, 2012 María Esther rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Cualquiera con problemas de finanzas personales
Recommended to María by: Familiar
Hasta el momento es muy revelador respecto a generar satisfactores con deuda buena.
am a fan of all of kiyosakis work really...

Waseem Mirza
Doctor N
Except some decent lines here and there, Nothing new ...since Rich Dad Poor Dad
Excellent advice on getting out of debt and step by step procedures at the end.
Usiere Uko
A handy manual on becoming rich through financial intelligence
Todo el libro es una copia de capítulos de sus anteriores libros.
easy to understand and simple to apply knowledge.
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