Book Review on "Think Rich Pinoy" by Larry Gamboa, Phd

Pages: 3 (938 words) Published: January 28, 2012

Think Rich Pinoy is a book written by Mr. Larry Gamboa, a PhD in business administration from the University of Michigan in the United States. This was all about how to get rich by investing here in Philippines. It was written to encouraged people but most specifically to help entrepreneurs (not just the young ones, but also the old folks) on how to make money work for them and not the other way around. But particularly this book is a starting guide to these future potential entrepreneurs. A guide that could lead them to the right foot of business that usually does not always the closing stages of all entrepreneurs.

The story of the book started when Larry Gamboa first read a book entitled Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyoski. The book made him realized that he could do a lot of things regarding wealth and how to create it. After he read the book, he was really itching to play a game called Cashflow 101 because Robert Kiyoski mentioned it in his book. So he asked someone to arrange it for him. There he met Dinna Lynn Revilla, his mentor and role model. Dinna was some kind of famous in applying the principle she had learned in the game by going out and actually invest to some properties. Larry humbly asked Dinna if she could teach him how to apply the cashflow 101 in real life. A few days later, Larry met Dinna at her office, right there and then they started their journey as a student-mentor relationship. Over a few months, Larry kept consulting Dinna about business matters. Then, they started to look for properties and then came upon obstacle after obstacles. After sometime, they found the Union Bank auction flyers. Dinna asked him to go to several properties the following day, so Larry did and found a five-door apartment for P1.7 Million. Larry made a bid and won, he paid P20, 000 show money and went to the place. Larry asked Dinna’s brother to fix the whole thing for only P35, 000 but since Larry did not want the property, they came up...
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