Financial literacy is taught in school and the person decides how to relate to money as the root of all evil and all troubles, or – the tool to achieve the goal. Two school friends, Robert and Mike, not being invited to the feast because of the difference in their social status, decided on the advice of his father, Robert “making money”, but the melting of tubes of toothpaste in the coins was illegal, because the boys turned to Mike’s dad and part of a highly successful financier.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki is easily and naturally expressed his understanding of philosophy’s relationship to money in six paragraphs: 1) working for money, reciprocity from them should not wait; 2) a house with a patio or apartment with panoramic Windows, as if they were dear to the heart, – still not an asset, if you do not generate income; 3) middle class – poor, but with a lot of “unnecessary things”; 4) good business requires you to be present 24/7; 5) to strive to obtain diverse knowledge of the mechanism of the economy, applicable in practice; 6) between man and money always are fear, cynicism and laziness, but there is good news – they can be overcome.
Each person has a right to intelligently and knowingly dispose of personal future to create a desirable wealth. The book teaches You to speak the language of money, explains how to get the money to move and to grow, i.e. to work for You. Down with tradition, where You have your whole life to work for them! Rich dad, poor dad for Teens” introduces you tells the teenagers about a subject that is not taught in school about financial literacy. Literacy means a good knowledge of something. This book teaches the language of money, learns to understand financial matters to confidently take control of your own financial life.