Why We Want You To Be Rich, by Donald J. Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki

I am Meeting Robert Kiyosaki Next Week!

I am Meeting Robert Kiyosaki Next Week! (Photo credit: Casey Serin)

Why We Want You To Be Rich, Donald J. Trump, Robert T. Kiyosaki, Rich Press 2007 September

Robert T. Kiyosaki is a teacher of business and investing in Hawaii. Donald J. Trump is famous in real estate business in New York City and the USA. Donald is also the star and co-producer of virtual reality television series, which has received national and worldwide attention.

“Why We Want You To Be Rich,” as the book title goes, that when you are working, you are rich dad, and until you are retired, you are poor dad, the authors want you to be rich because the authors would like to make you working and then you will get wealth, happiness and health from work. That’s why the two authors of this book say to you, Why We Want You To Be Rich. This is a small book with enlightenment and on the final page Mr Donald J. Trump wishes the readers empowered by this book and succeed.

In the book, Robert T. Kiyosaki introduces the CASHFLOW Quadrant, which four English letters, E, S, B, I, are representing Employee, Small-business person, Self-employed or Specialist, Big-business owners such as Donald Trump, Investor, respectively. Robert T. Kiyosaki also introduced the CASHFLOW game board, which three different levels of investors we can see: 1. The Rat Race; 2. Small deals and big deals; 3. The Fast Track. The fast track was created in 1933, by Joseph Kennedy, father of President John Kennedy.

There are also several photo pictures in this book, which we can see Donald and Robert were interacting in California and other place, Donald’s wife, sons, daughter Ivanka. Donald’s picture at the New York Military Academy and marching on the Fifth Avenue for the Columbus Day parade in the New York City. The interacting in 1996 New York City of shortness would be mended by these illustrated pictures, I’d say. That’s all.

David CK Chang, SSN057-86-4042,

October 22, 2012,

New Taipei City Library,

Banciao, New Taipei City

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