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Author: Robert T Kiyosaki

Languages: Gujarati

Number Of Pages: 188

Binding: Paperback

Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 5.7 x 0.6 inches

Release Date: 23-06-2014

Details:

Rich Dad’s The Business School is a book written by Robert T.Kiyosaki and his co-author Sharon L.Lechter on network marketing business and in the latest edition the concepts are further updated and elaborated.Summary Of The Book-In the first edition of Rich Dad’s The Business School, the author had dealt with the principles of network marketing and the eight hidden values, and in the second edition, he has further expanded the same with more updated principles and values of network marketing.According to Robert T.Kiyosaki, the building of a network marketing business is a revolutionary idea to make money. He says that through network marketing, it is possible for anyone to amass wealth. All that is required is that one needs to have the initiative and drive and must have the determination to achieve the goal. It is open to anyone who has the above qualities. He adds that one must not give up. The book describes what the real values of network marketing business are. It is more than just making money. He says that it is a business having a heart. Rich Dad’s The Business School does not promote any specific network marketing organisation, but aims to educate the reader on how to select one. He took care to educate and guide the reader in the proper approach for selecting network marketing business. Three of his books of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series were at number one on the top 10 best seller books as rated by The Wall Street Journal, USA To-day, and The New York Times.

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