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Chapter 16

What Did You Learn From School The chapters seem to be getting smaller. This was pretty quick as well. For Robert, he mentions how he constantly flunked English. Regardless, his SAT scores were good. While debating about taking a job with the Naval Academy since the pay was very good, he decided to take a […]

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Chapter 15

What Did You Learn From Your Mother The chapter overall was very short. Robert Kiyosaki talks about how his mom had a gentle and warm personality and would always try to encourage Robert to lose that rugged personality that he had. At the age of 48, his mom passed away. One day while on duty […]

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Chapter 14

What Did You Learn from Your Father Starting in this chapter, the themes of the stories now revolve around the defining moments in one’s life that made you who you are. For Robert Kiyosaki, he talks about how his dad was an educator who wanted to help make a difference in the education system. His […]

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Chapter 13

Getting Very Rich Is Predictable…Not Risky The chapter starts off with Robert Kiyosaki mentioning again on how most people have that 9 to 5 mentality as that is what most people were educated to do. Because of this, they believe investments are risky. He then explains how getting rich is predictable and used a story […]

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Chapter 12

Think Big – Think Expansion Robert Kiyosaki begins by talking about Donald Trump’s trademark talk on “Thinking Big.” He mentions how he learned about thinking big utilizing different terms as his version is “leverage” and “expansion.” Kiyosaki explains how he was taught about this through McDonald’s business model. Apparently, back when Ray Kroc purchased McDonald’s […]

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Chapter 11

Right-Brain and Left-Brain Creativity Robert Kiyosaki talks about how the brain is divided into a left and right hemisphere. Essentially, the left side of the brain is responsible for linear thinking and logic while the right side the brain is for more outlandish and creative thoughts. Typically speaking, a left-brain dominant person would lean towards […]

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