Rich Dad, Poor Dad
In my experience, Sourav Patra
The day I started reading this book, was as natural as I thought of like reading a novel by Chetan Bhagat or any fantasy book from Harry Potter!
First off, I had no idea that this book could also hook me with those simple words of investing and compounding! Moreover, I didn’t know the value or importance of money or stock markets before. I recently learned about financial literacy through YouTube, and I read a lot about that book. So, after that day, I decided to take the next step, since everything around us, from our food to our sleep, is connected to the stock market.
Thus, I decided to make a bold move to make finance as high as I could ever have in my family, to be the first in my family to understand and use the basics of financing money.
Before this time, no one had taught me how to manage money. Not even my parents knew what it meant, so it’s now my responsibility to teach them.
The first day was rather boring for me because the texts were simple, but I was unable to connect the dots since I had never opposed finance compounding.
Several days had passed, and I was clueless, but one day it hit me
I have seen something like financial freedom in my early 30s,
I finished the book within a week and wanted to learn more about it and made plans to achieve financial independence after that.
My brain has opened its perspective to the way money should be handled by reading the book. And I’m so happy to know this as soon as I can because in finance it’s all about time. The more time you give, the more it will compound.
As for the Author, he better explains this in his book! He owns so many assets that even if he wants to quit his job, he has enough money to live on after he retires!
My mind has widened enough by this book to create assets rather than liabilities, and start as early as possible!
Due to the fact that you have no idea how you can make it, with the help of compounding.