By JLP | May 3, 2006
Yes, there’s a bit of sarcasm to the title of this post. I wanted to share with you a copy of a letter that I received yesterday from RichDad:
As you know, my rich dad was the best financial and investing coach anyone could ever ask for. He taught me the fundamentals of making money which I have used to make millions.
My rich dad’s greatest lesson of all was that the rich are not smarter than the rest of us – they just know things about money that the middle class and poor do not! My rich dad said, “Business and investing are team sports.” The average investor or small-business person loses financially because they do not have a team. Instead of a team, they act as individuals who are trampled by very smart teams.
Now, I want to give you the same opportunity I had: to have a coach as a member of your team, helping you master the basics of becoming rich, and leading you step-by-step through the process of creating wealth by investing in real estate, paper assets, businesses, or whatever works for you. I’m not talking about a book and tape course. I’m talking about working with a professional Rich Dad Certified Coach, one-on-one, who will help you get where you want to go, and do what you want to do. Someone who can actually help you get rich.
My coaches and I will work with individuals from allover the financial map. It doesn’t matter if you’re an advanced investor, or just getting started. We can help you improve your velocity, and reach your goals faster.
This is your opportunity to make some real progress, and do so quicker than you may have thought possible. However, to take advantage of this offer, you must be highly motivated, and willing to work hard. Only serious applicants will be considered.
If you’re ready to change your life forever, then call my office and find out more about this extraordinary opportunity: Call 1-800-XXX-XXXX, Ext XXXX. Our offices are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday, and until 4:00 on Saturday.
Call now, and let us help you make the world a richer place!
Why would he (they) open with that stuff about his “Rich Dad” when we know that “Rich Dad” never existed? Interesting. I can only imagine how much a program like this would cost. Has anybody gone with this program? If so, let me know about your experience. If it was a bad experience and you are embarrassed about it, send me an email. I promise not to publish your name or humiliate you in any way.