Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job: 10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multimillion-Dollar Business
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Entrepreneurship is on the rise. While there are more and more entrepreneurs starting businesses everyday, there are only a handful of people who will be really successful. The dividing line between a successful entrepreneur and a struggling entrepreneur is financial knowledge – a mindset that thinks from the B and I side of the CASHFLOW quadrant...more
A lot can be learned from Robert Kiyosaki and his experiences. I enjoy his books because they not only take an innovative perspective on things, but it is a perspective from which he lives day in and day out. I found myself at the book store a year or so ago with a pile of books having to do with Entrepreneurship and being your own boss. I was within weeks of my fi...more
I’m a Robert Kiyosaki fan, so despite his low opinion of the self-employ...more
1) Make sure the following bases are covered:
- Cash Flow
(A good guide to follow for the newbie entrepreneur.)
2) Don't market yourself as being cheap - this will only get you cheap customers.
3) When it comes to marketing, think:
The tone of all of the "Roch Dad" books is really informal, even as very serious topics are being discussed, which made the book fairly accessible.
Most notable was the fact that the vast majority of the book was devoted to failing, and "getting back on the horse." You follow the author as he fucks up several times and loses all his money, only to come out a much better entrepreneur (and man!)
His personal history is not that interesting for me....but his conversations with his mentor, and his conclusions from his business trails are one of the best advises you will ever get....
A must read for every wannabe entrepreneur......
As for me, I quit my job and Then read this book, so it's helped me see where I've gone wrong, so that's good.