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Why The Rich Are Getting Richer

Author : Robert T. Kiyosaki
ISBN : 1612680887
Genre : Business & Economics
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It's Robert Kiyosaki's position that "It is our educational system that causes the gap between the rich and everyone else." He laid the foundation for many of his messages in the international best-seller Rich Dad Poor Dad -- the #1 Personal Finance book of all time -- and in Why the Rich Are Getting Richer, he makes his case... In this book, the reader will learn why the gap between the rich and everyone else grows wider. In this book, the reader will get an explanation of why savers are losers. In this book, the reader will find out why debt and taxes make the rich richer. In this book, the reader will learn why traditional education actually causes many highly educated people, such as Robert's poor dad, to live poorly. In this book, the reader will find out why going to school, working hard, saving money, buying a house, getting out of debt, and investing for the long term in the stock market is the worst financial advice for most people. In this book, the reader will learn the answers Robert found on his life-long search, after repeatedly asking the question, "When will we learn about money?" In this book, the reader will find out why real financial education may never be taught in schools. In this book, the reader will find out "What financially education is... really."
Category: Business & Economics

Why The Rich Get Richer

Author : Corey Peterson
ISBN : 1974581926
Genre :
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Let me take you on an educational journey of how I made it in real estate and how I have unlocked the secrets of getting massive cash flow to my investors by buying apartment buildings. I think you will find the stories fun and exciting and by the end of the book, you may want to get some yourself! Paradise awaits you in these chapters. Be bold and read on as I open up the play book to how I operate and control multi-million dollar assets using other people's money, and make them a great return on their investment. This is where my company steps in. We have spent the hours required to master what we do in real estate. We buy apartment complexes in good markets that provide cash flow and back-end profits that the busy professional desires and needs. We do this in a unique process that allows everyone to win in an asset class they do not build anymore.
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Rich Habits Poor Habits

Author : Michael Yardney
ISBN : 9781912022182
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is your chance to learn the specific Rich Habits you must have in order to succeed as well as the Poor Habits that you must avoid at all costs. Read it to unlock the secrets to success and failure, based on Tom Corley's five years' study of the daily activities of 233 rich people and 128 poor people as the authors expose the immense difference between the habits of the rich and the poor. Learn the proven strategies of Michael Yardney, Australia's leading authority on the psychology of success and wealth creation and American co-author, Tom Corley, who's internationally acclaimed research on the daily habits of the rich and poor has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of ordinary people around the world. This book has been written for people who... - Are living from month to month but want to get out of the rat race and become rich - Are financially comfortable, but aspire for more - Want to create lifetime wealth - Want to teach their children how to become rich and leave a legacy
Category: Business & Economics

The Rich Get Richer And The Poor Get Prison

Author : Jeffrey Reiman
ISBN : 9781317272946
Genre : Social Science
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For nearly 40 years, this classic text has taken the issue of economic inequality seriously and asked: Why are our prisons filled with the poor? Why aren’t the tools of the criminal justice system being used to protect Americans from predatory business practices and to punish well-off people who cause widespread harm? The Rich Get Richer shows readers that much that goes on in the criminal justice system violates citizens’ sense of basic fairness. It presents extensive evidence from mainstream data that the criminal justice system does not function in the way it says it does nor in the way that readers believe it should. The authors develop a theoretical perspective from which readers might understand these failures and evaluate them morally—and they to do it in a short and relatively inexpensive text written in plain language. New to this edition: Presents recent data comparing the harms due to criminal activity with the harms of dangerous—but not criminal—corporate actions Presents new data on recent crime rate declines, which are paired with data on how public safety is not prioritized by the U.S. government Updates statistics on crime, victimization, wealth and discrimination, plus coverage of the increasing role of criminal justice fines and fees in generating revenue for government Updates on the costs to society of white-collar crime Updates and deepened analysis of why fundamental reforms are not undertaken Streamlined and condensed prose for greater clarity
Category: Social Science

The Social Atom

Author : Mark Buchanan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124066437
Genre : Collective behavior
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By a major science writer, The Social Atom explains - and even predicts - human behaviour and decision-making through the lens of physics. How do trends in fashions begin? Why do traffic jams appear on unobstructed road? Why do financial markets behave in a way that consistently confounds economists? Why do we end up living in racially segregated neighbourhoods? Why do friends and neighbours turn against one another in times of war? While a single person's motives and decisions may be beyond the scope of scientific enquiry, groups of individuals behave in more predictable ways. Using the tools of physics, the author discovers that the same patterns of behaviour crop up over and over again, even when the outcome is something that no particular individual would have desired.
Category: Collective behavior

More Important Than Money

Author : Robert Kiyosaki
ISBN : 1937832872
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Many people have million-dollar ideas. They’re confident that their new product or service or innovation will make them rich and that all their dreams will come true. The problem is: Most people don’t know how to turn their million-dollar idea into millions of dollars. According to many social scientists, the most important thing in life is a person’s social and professional network. In other words, the people around us--our associates, our team, our friends. The people we surround ourselves with--and the people we go to for advice and guidance--can mean the difference between success and failure. And as he taught in Rich Dad Poor Dad, if the people around you have a poor person’s mindset, it’s likely that you’ll be, or stay, poor. Your team, in life and in business, will determine if your million-dollar idea will give you a million-dollar payday. In More Important Than Money, Robert teams up with his most trusted Advisors who contribute not only chapters on the strengths and talents they bring to the team, but offer candid and insightful individual Profiles and excerpts from each of the 14 Rich Dad Advisor Series books. Readers will meet all of Robert’s Rich Dad Advisors and learn why they are among his most valuable assets.
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Why The Rich Get Richer

Author : Paul H. Blinkinsop
ISBN : STANFORD:20501165659
Genre : Business & Economics
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Grunch Of Giants

Author : R. Buckminster Fuller
ISBN : 9780312351946
Genre : Architecture
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With the appearance of Grunch of Giants, R. Buckminster Fuller consummates his literary canon, his panoramic lifetime survey of all aspects of the responsibility of human beings for their own destiny. This book is a modern allegory - his long-gestated myth-of the villainy of capitalism and the fecklessness of classic economics. For Fuller, the academic discipline of economics is irrelevant since it derives from an invalid assumption of scarcity. In fact, he has long argued that future historians of our era may subsume our business practices as a branch of mythology; thus it is not surprising that the word economic appears nowhere in his text. Fuller’s myth is no idle fairy tale, since he faces his question - the question of a technological imperative which only he could raise with the deadly seriousness of satire. That question is: Can our system of national political sovereignties and corporate profits survive the inevitable technology revolution require to obviate wars by effecting a worldwide rise in the standard of living. One of the functions of myth is to resolve contradictions in our culture. Grunch of Giants portrays the rising of multinational corporations in the paradoxical role of function both as the epitome of capitalistic selfishness and as the inadvertent vehicle for the dissolution of national political boundaries - the last deterrent to a one-world economy. The result is more subversive of the property and profit values of the capitalist system than anything dreamed of since Karl Marx. —E.J. Applewhite, collaborator with RBF on Synergetics and Synergetics 2, author of Cosmic Fishing: A Memoir of Working With R. Buckminster Fuller
Category: Architecture