The Business Of The 21st Century’s by Robert Kiyosaki.
The richest people in the world build networks; everyone else is trained to look for work._Robert T Kiyosaki
I would rather have one percent of the effort of 100 people than 100 percent of my own effort_Jean Paul Getty (1st Billionaire in America)
The first books that my mentor recommended me when I’ve decided to become a serious student for success was a book by Robert Kiyosaki.
He made a couple of books recommendation for me to start learning about business assets.
The following book “The Business Of The 21st Century’s” is one of them.
Robert Kiyosaki is a world renowned entrepreneur, speaker, motivator, investors and best selling author of dozens of books including Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
He was able to explain to us better than anybody else through his Cashflow Quadrant, how the poor, the middle class and the rich make their money in our society. What are the differences in their mindsets.
Invest the next 4 days to really study part 2 and part 3 of this book. That is, page 33 to page 115.
It will give you insight of the business asset we are actually building.
The book talks about two things. Network Marketing. And building networks as an asset which produces debt free cash flow. Which is something we focus on.
I remember when my mentor was handing me this book, he was checking few things. He was checking my accountability. If I give my words, would I kept it? Also whether I would prioritize time to study the book.
He mentioned, if you don’t prioritize time to study a business, how would you prioritize time to build a business.
So, as you read this book take notes on what you learn & appreciate the most because if we ever to catch up, the discussion will be heavily about the book which give great content and context in what we do.
The one thing I love most about this book is how it break down why some people move far ahead financially than other people. And how you can start to think and act like the rich and the wealthy of our society so that you can start to create similar results.