Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job : 10 Real Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multi-Million Dollar Business

Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job : 10 Real Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multi-Million Dollar Business

Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter

Language: English

Pages: 318

ISBN: 2:00199115

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The tenth book in the Rich Dad's series provides firsthand accounts of the author's startup companies, what he learned from his successes and failures, and other topics a reader needs to know in order to start a company and quickly develop it.

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with good benefits.” He was encouraging me to become an employee. My rich dad often said, “Learn to build your own business and hire good people.” He was encouraging me to become an entrepreneur. One day I asked my rich dad what the difference was between an employee and an entrepreneur. His reply was, “Employees look for a job after the business is built. An entrepreneur’s work begins before there is a business.” 99% Failure Rate Statistics show that 90% of all new businesses fail

of work to be done . . . but there are very few jobs,” rich dad continued. Thinking for a moment, I finally repeated what he said. “There is a lot of work but no jobs?” To me it was puzzling and I needed to think more about what he said. “Why is that?” asked his son Mike. “Well, one reason is that we are trained in school to look for jobs. If there are no jobs, people are out of work, even if there is a lot of work to do. When a factory closes or moves overseas, it usually leaves behind a lot

Garrett Sutton is a corporate attorney and the author of Rich Dad Advisor books Own Your Own Corporation (Warner Books), and How to Buy and Sell a Business (Warner Books), which relate to the legal section of the B-I Triangle. It is imperative that you choose the right entity structure for your business. Garrett’s books will help you understand your choices so you can better discuss your options with your own corporate attorney. Spending the time and money to set up your business and protecting

parts of the business I am interested in. If a want-to-be entrepreneur asks to show me a new product, the first question I ask is, “Do you have financial projections?” Or, if the business is an established business, I will ask, “Do you have financial statements?” Again, I ask these questions not because I am great at numbers; I ask these questions as a test of the want-to-be entrepreneur’s knowledge of what it takes to be an entrepreneur. If the want-to-be entrepreneur does have actual numbers

mission and a spiritual mission? Your mission is the foundation of the B-I Triangle. Rich Dad’s Entrepreneurial Lesson # 7 The Scope of the Mission Determines the Product. Chapter 7 How to Go from Small Business to Big Business “Why do most small businesses remain small?” I asked. “Good question. They remain small because there are weaknesses in their B-I Triangle,” answered rich dad. “It’s tough going from the S quadrant to the B quadrant if the B-I Triangle is not

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