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Queremos Que Seas Rico (Why We Want You To Be Rich)

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  4,757 ratings  ·  176 reviews
In Why We Want You To Be Rich ? Two Men ? One Message, Trump and Kiyosaki take an alternative approach by not writing a conventional how-to-book on investing money to secure one's financial future. Instead, the book gives insight to the reader on how the authors think, why they win financially, and how they see the world of money, business and investing. Through the eyes a ...more
Published May 1st 2007 by Aguilar (first published October 2006)
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Got this as a Christmas gift. It is a TERRIBLE book.
The whole book is them sucking up to each other, saying how much they love to teach, and how you should buy their other books. That is honestly the entire book.

Quintin Merwe
A very good realization struck near the end of the book. I think that most people would understand the purpose of the book to find out how to become rich.... but read the title again...."Why we want you to be rich"
This in itself tells you that your about to embark on a journey of opinion (informed in most cases I have to say) about (you guessed it).. WHY they want us to be rich!
The writing style of the book did not resonate with me from the get go. Especially the part written by Robert, as he
Jen Kylander
I didn't like the style of this book, dual opinions on many different topics regarding wealth creation. It was a horrible read for the good first part but it did have interesting stories sprinkled throughout the book to drive me to the second half, where it was better. Some of the stories will stick with me, like Trump's about the history student who seemed like an expert on WWII. He said learning about it made him realize he needed to learn about WWI and the history that preceeded that. Learnin ...more
The authors say that they feel that people should be "rich" so that they can have money to take care of themselves. They say that too many people rely on the government to take care of them when they get older; i.e. social security. They say that the government is not reliable and you should be able to take care of yourself. Managing your money well is important. Financial education is important. They suggest investing in real estate and if you have the skills and capability, perhaps start your ...more
Awesome book! It's not a "how to get rich" book, but more of a "why you should be rich" book.

Great read for any entrepreneur or middle-class person!
Not a great book, but not the worst one I have ever read.

The advice given is to invest in real estate and participate in multi-level marketing schemes. Of course, the book is from 2006, when real estate was a lot more popular than now. (and maybe multi-level marketing as well). Of course, in the subsequent years we saw that at least every man, woman and child investing in real estate perhaps wasn'
t a hot idea. And as far as multi-level marketing-the advice given doesn't seem to take the products
Cherilyn Willoughby
Jul 30, 2007 Cherilyn Willoughby rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
The points and concerns brought out by the Trump and Kiosaki are really intresting to think about. The advice seems compelling and I think Donald Trump is just hilarious sometimes, so I like hearing what he has to say. I don't watch The Apprentice so that version of him isn't where my opinion reflects from. I've read other books of his.

I think the content of the book is important for society to know and read. I feel the facts concerning the generations before us, ours, and our future generation
I got most of the advices from Robert Kiyosaki and not Donald trump. Donald was just piggy-back riding on Robert's more effective wisdom and was like an echo.
Good advices if you're someone who'd lap up a material just because of the celebrity status of its creators. However, if you actually want to know why it's important to be rich (or that the state of being 'rich' has lots of variations and forms), you'll get more out of reading other classical works --such as "Social Contract"-- as well as other biographies of inspiring people such as Steve Jobs, Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei, etc.

Being rich gives one a lot of opportunities to explore the world
I like these guys better separate than together. The book has a weird buddy cop thing to it--Donald came from a rich family, Robert came from a poor family. Donald is a billionaire, Robert is a millionaire. Robert likes the Funky Chicken, but Donald does the Hokey Pokey. That kind of thing. It's all very chummy. Annoyingly so.

Trump and Kiyosaki fail to develop a strong theme in this pupu platter of advice. I'm not sure why, but I thought the book would debunk misconceptions about the rich and th
Fred Lin

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Very enlightening on the personality of both men. After reading this, I would not worry at all about Trump being President! Also, for an older book, they described what was going to happen to our economy to a "T" Very inspirational book as I am moving into the B quadrant myself.
These two very successful men have totally different personalities and approaches to business and building wealth in some aspects, and are very much alike in others. This is an excellent book for anyone from about 12 on up to read.
Dustin Douglas
An ego stroke for the both of them, not worth your time or money. I listened to the audio tapes and they didn't even record the tapes themselves. SELL OUTS
syakir rhmn
First of all, you have to open up your mind while read this book. I should say this book is written so well that I can see how the future would be. What they say was true. Its not about to be rich, but its why we should be rich. However, certain information is based on both Sir Donald and Sir Robert so you cant expect that what they say is all true, its how they see and interpret what they only knew and since im not an american, i can't accept some point which based on american economic status a ...more
Did not like the format of bouncing back and forth between each author's response to a question or issue.

Kiyosaki once again delivers as a great teacher.

The message really is not much different than Kiyosaki's standard drum beat, though between Kiyosaki and Trump, the book does deliver some nuggets.

The key is in actually doing something in each of the areas that they discuss.

Overall worth a read if one has never read Kiyosaki before, though I would place a much higher value on some of his other
Seno Pamungkas
Very..very...Recommended book....
Aq lumayan berkesan sama buku ini. Yang paling nyantol di pikiranku adalah mengenai inflasi....
Gini...Setuju gak kalo semua orang bekerja di sebuah instansi adalah untuk mencari keamanan finansial (bukan kebebasan finansial) ?
Tapi buku ini memberikan gambaran yg lumayan logis....
Bayangin deh....berapa juta mencari pekerjaan di sebuah perusahaan dengan tujuan mencari keamanan finansial, artinya mereka berharap tiap bulan mereka mendapatkan gaji dan suatu saat keti
It's a pretty good book for anyone looking to take control of their lives and to get ontop of things in our economy. It's not a message on how to be rich, but why these guys want you to be rich. Pretty obvious, right?

Good quote:
"Today, whenever I meet someone who is unhappy, unhealthy, and unwealthy, I know it is simply because he or she has lost control of his or her mind, the greatest tool given to us by God."

I agree with that to some degree. You see, unhappiness will come now and then. Bad he
One of mr.Trumps greatest master pieces! Especially because he co-authored with mr.Kiyosaki American millionaire. The minds of both authors are joined into one book. Both with their ideas on why they want people to become rich. I like this book because it proves to people who aren't Trump fans that mr.Trump isn't a spoiled stupid rich man. The book explains to you how he cares,worries about the American nation. He tries to figure out solutions to stop the financial problems people are facing wit ...more
Chia Chi
This book is not a get rich quick book. It explains to you the mindset of being rich with real examples from the humble beginnings of the authors.

This book expands onto the sayings of "reaping what you sow" and "if you want to change the world you live in, first change yourself"..

This book offers dual opinions on each chapters but for most parts I felt like this is hugely written by Kiyosaki.
This book was probably a 3 to 4 star rating when it was released, but now the information is obsolete in my opinion. Things have changed and a lot of the information is no longer valid. Also, a large portion of the book is just advertisement for their other books and products which was extremely annoying.
I just happened to pass the shelf when I noticed the name "Donald Trump"/ Who doesn't know him? The most interesting thing was that he wrote this book with another tycoon.
A Very interesting subjects they have there. If you're not someone who is seeking for wealth, you'll get headache to read this (LOL) but if you're the one who seeks for it, then this book is sooo inspiring. I love the humbleness of Robert and the encouragement from Don. Both of them add things to one another in this book. I gue
Oliver Vugusu
I like these two authors not only because they are realestate magnates but also they understand the system.
I liked the introduction of the cashflow quadrant concept by Robert. but i havent played hi game yet.
*diversification is protection against ignorance
*want to get rich, solve problems
*the people who have gold make the rules
*professional investors are looking for value not price
*FOCUS- Follow One Course Until Successful

*people who are capable of thinking for themselves will rare
Laura Thompson
Donald and Robert offer great inspiration (the why) and many ideas on paths you could take to become wealthier (the what). It's just up to you to come up with the specific plan (the how)?
Indika Guruge
This is the first book I read in business and got me interested in reading business books. Big fan of Donald Trump great audio clips from him and Robert. Great book for starters.
This is pretty much a book about nothing. Or maybe it’s marketing collateral to promote the extensive Trump and Rich Dad brands. Talk about blatant product placement! But in spite of that, I did enjoy the tone of this book. I’m a sucker for motivational, inspirational writing, and love reading real-life samples of success. This book reinforced within me that I am capable of good things with enough education, hard work and use of my talents. And may I add the grace of God because that’s where I b ...more
I give this book 5 stars. Let me sum up a coworkers attitude who saw me reading it. He said "Well there is something wrong with one of the guys on this book already. He is in Bankruptcy and even isn't a billionare anymore, now he is only a millionare. I wouldn't read that."

Are you kidding. let's see most of all of us have a net worth of pennies, maybe thousands of dollars......but let's not read this book buy a guy who is a megamillionare or billionare.... yeah good idea, I'm sure there is nothi
Billionare meets millionare, some of my favourite business and finance authors. Two men, one message-

*diversification is protection against ignorance
*want to get rich, solve problems
*when bad money enters the system, good money goes to hiding
*the person who has gold makes the rules
*entrepreneurship is not risky, being unprepared is risky

*people who are capable of thinking for themselves will rarely be part of any herd
*the rich will spot the opportunities and the poor will pretend n
nice try, Mr. Trump.
Robert Kiyosaki yang menulis Rich Dad Poor Dad (RDPD) memang memiliki kemampuan bercerita yang baik. Mengangkat topik dengan bahasa yang mudah dimengerti. Tapi... Trump merusak esensinya.. at least, that's what I think.
Buku ini dibagi dari bab2, yang pada tiap bagian memiliki 2 pandangan yang berbeda, yaitu Kiyosaki dan Trump.
I dont get it, kenapa tulisan tentang pendapat trump harus ditulis dengan huruf lebih besar? - walaupun tulisan Kiyosaki lebih mudah dimengerti?
I'm not
Robert Michael
Two great financial icons teaching what to do and what not to do in todays world of decreased dollar value!!
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