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February 22, 2008


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The bible actualy says, you are not supposed to be in debt.

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Being a Christian doesn't mean wallowing in poverty and debt. My family are in debt at the moment and it's not nice at all. I think there's a story in the bible about someone who loses an axe-head and becomes indebted to the owner.

I've read read the book last week and found it extremely enlightening as to cash flow and other concepts.

I think I could also do with a business mentor. How did that come about?


Hey all - I would love to hear your thoughts once you get a chance to read/reread this book. Very interesting indeed...

Bernard Ng

Rich Dad, Poor Dad is one those books which truely opened up my mind and enlighten me. The best thing about this book is that it is simple to understand and you can get a lot out of it.


I read the book a long time ago. I need to go pull it out again and refresh my memory. I think I remember being challenged in my thinking because it was not what I was taught growing up.


I have heard Dave Ramsey talk about this dude's book. And my in-laws have read it and told us that we need to read it. It's on my list! May have to borrow it from you guys sometime!


Great post...not boring at all. Actually so relevant to where we are right now. With a kid and a stay-at-home mom, the single salary is more pressing than ever. 2008 is about putting a substantial dent in our debt, but it's so hard to make headway. I'll have to check this book out.

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