In It's Rising Time Kim Kiyosaki makes a "call to women" -- women who want to take control of their financial futures, women who don't want to depend upon someone else for their security and well-being, women who want to be better partners in making great financial decisions for their families. Read more...
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In It's Rising Time Kim Kiyosaki makes a "call to women" -- women who want to take control of their financial futures, women who don't want to depend upon someone else for their security and well-being, women who want to be better partners in making great financial decisions for their families. Kim encourages women to believe that it's time to rise above obstacles that so many women face, rise beyond where they thought they could go, and rise up to their financial genius. In her unique and very personal style, Kim reveals her straightforward approach to finding the courage, overcoming the confusion, and building the confidence--all components of what it really takes--to realize their financial dreams. Kim shares real-life stories of business and investing that will enlighten, encourage, inspire and surprise you. It's Rising Time Is a call for women everywhere to take hard look at the personal challenges they face, the setbacks they've had... as well as the triumphs. It's time to step up, take action, and lead the rich life we deserve.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-12-12
- Reviewer: Staff
Kiyosaki's name is inextricable from the Rich Dad, Poor Dad franchise, and as part of that brand, she has developed a sterling reputation in personal finance education and business development self-help books (Rich Woman). In her newest, she focuses specifically on helping women achieve financial freedom according to a 3-part plan: aspire, acquire, and apply knowledge. Anecdotes from Kiyosaki and other successful women suffuse the book with life. The remainder is primarily a reiteration of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad curriculum: focus on positive cash flow instead of debt, practice due diligence, and diversify your assets. Kiyosaki lays out the basics of analyzing business statements, and encourages readers to learn as much as possible and remain goal oriented. Her dedication to supporting women in their quest for financial independence is laudable, and her book is easy to read, with several practical pieces of advice. However, like so many other financial self-help books, Kiyosaki often leaves out crucial details of how entrepreneurs and successful investors move from aspiration to actualization. Nevertheless, readers looking for an inspirational springboard for a financial education will find her guidance invaluable. (Nov.)