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Kiyosaki expands on the idea of taking risk, advising that financial success is not something which can be learned in an academic setting. He emphasizes a different set of skills are needed to be a successful business owner, telling readers the path to entrepreneurial success is learned through multiple failures.[2][3][4] Trump agrees, pointing out that students who succeed academically fear failure and are thus not always those who succeed at entrepreneurship. Trump compares this educational model to the business sector and differentiates between practical intelligence and academic intelligence.[2][3][4]




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Trump and Kiyosaki conclude the book by embracing the phenomenon of entrepreneurs created through immigration to the United States, pointing out that for hundreds of years immigrants came through Ellis Island seeking economic opportunities. The conclusion emphasizes the hardship some immigrants experience prior to arrival in the U.S., acknowledging their effort to create a better life for their families as Americans. Trump and Kiyosaki assert immigrants to the U.S. are especially motivated to find economic success and are willing to take virtually any job to start improving their lives.[1]


I had the pleasure of catching up with real estate icon and billionaire, Donald Trump, who is the Chairman and President of The Trump Organization. Out of almost anyone, he represents what it means to have a personal brand. From his role as star and co-producer of the NBC hit series The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice to his award winning golf courses and skyscrapers, the name Trump can be heard and seen across the world. Trump has authored over ten bestsellers and his first book, The Art of the Deal, is considered a business classic. His latest book, that he co-authored with Robert Kiyosaki, is called Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don't. You can find it in bookstores tomorrow and look for my interview with Robert on Forbes tomorrow. In my interview with Trump, he talks about what it takes to be an entrepreneur, explains why most entrepreneurs fail, gives some career advice tips and life lessons, and more!


Read [PDF]> Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don't By Donald J. Trump on Textbook New FormatDownload Or Read Now ==> =B005SA634OIn the tradition of their number-one blockbuster "Why We Want You to Be Rich," the all-star team of best-selling authors Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki reunites to teach listeners what it takes to be successful and influential entrepreneurs in "Midas Touch."What makes some business owners wildly successful? What separates the entrepreneurs who build businesses from ones who just seem to create more work for themselves? How, exactly do the world's most prominent business builders seem to hit home run after home run? The answer: They have the Midas Touch.Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki believe the world needs more entrepreneurs. For the first time, two of the world's most successful and influential entrepreneurs will share their own Midas Touch secrets. Secrets that will both inspire you to find and fulfill your passion as well as provide you with the hands-on guidance you need to be successful. Through their real life stories of success, failure, perseverance and purpose, you'll


A couple weeks ago, I wrote about something hopeful I see in America, the rise of young people interested in entrepreneurship ("There's Hope Yet"). More than ever, the upcoming generation wants to start businesses and pursue their passions by starting companies that will not only take care of them and their family, but also benefit society as a whole. I applaud this.


  • In this title, two entrepreneurial Icons share experiences and insights into creating and building successful businesses. What makes some business owners wildly successful? What separates the entrepreneurs who build businesses from ones who just seem to create more work for themselves? How, exactly do the world's most prominent business builders seem to hit home run after home run? The answer: They have the Midas Touch. Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki believe the world needs more entrepreneurs. For the first time, two of the world's most successful and influential entrepreneurs will share their own Midas Touch secrets. Secrets that will both inspire you to find and fulfill your passion as well as provide you with the hands-on guidance you need to be successful. Through their real life stories of success, failure, perseverance and purpose, you'll discover how they do it and whether or not you have what it takes to drive your own entrepreneurial success. Robert T. Kiyosaki - Author

  • Donald J. Trump - Author

Publisher: Plata Publishing, LLC. Kindle Book Release date: September 18, 2015 OverDrive Read ISBN: 9781612680989 File size: 5259 KB Release date: September 18, 2015 EPUB ebook ISBN: 9781612680989 File size: 5259 KB Release date: September 18, 2015 Loading Formats Kindle Book OverDrive Read EPUB ebook


In this title, two entrepreneurial Icons share experiences and insights into creating and building successful businesses. What makes some business owners wildly successful? What separates the entrepreneurs who build businesses from ones who just seem to create more work for themselves? How, exactly do the world's most prominent business builders seem to hit home run after home run? The answer: They have the Midas Touch. Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki believe the world needs more entrepreneurs. For the first time, two of the world's most successful and influential entrepreneurs will share their own Midas Touch secrets. Secrets that will both inspire you to find and fulfill your passion as well as provide you with the hands-on guidance you need to be successful. Through their real life stories of success, failure, perseverance and purpose, you'll discover how they do it and whether or not you have what it takes to drive your own entrepreneurial success. Business Nonfiction Details Publisher: Plata Publishing, LLC.


"Schools don't teach you to be entrepreneurs, they teach you to be employees," says Kiyosaki. "They also teach you not to make mistakes at school. But the only way I learnt to walk, or ride a bicycle or be a pilot is to fall down a couple of times. Most people that go to school come out risk averse, and rather than becoming entrepreneurs, they become bureaucrats."A bureaucrat is somebody who has managerial power but they have no fiscal risk. If they make a bad decision, they don't pay for it."Be a generalist not a specialist


Since all King Midas had to do was reach out his hand to touch something in order for it to turn to gold, Kiyosaki extends this metaphor in his book by associating the thumb and four fingers with key factors for entrepreneurial success.1. Thumb: Strength of character.2. Index finger: Focus, which he says is also an abbreviation for "Follow one course until successful".3. Middle finger: Brand, that is, what you stand for.4. Ring finger: Relationships, surround yourself with good people and remember that you can't do a good deal with bad partners5. Little finger: Little things count. That is, do the little things that other entrepreneurs don't in order to set yourself apart.The book discusses each of these factors, with perspectives from both Kiyosaki and Trump. It's for entrepreneurs who want to think big. If you want to break free from the "job" you've created for yourself, Kiyosaki's concepts are not for small business owners that want to stay small.The ultimate salesmen and a master storyteller, Kiyosaki built an empire starting with the story of his two dads: a rich dad, and a poor dad. Rich Dad, Poor Dad became a runaway success and one of the most successful financial education books ever published.Kiyosaki points out that a spirit of selling has been fundamental to this success. "I'm a best-selling author, I'm not the best writing author. When I am writing, I am selling constantly," he says. "If you can't sell, you're never going to be an entrepreneur."


\\\"Schools don't teach you to be entrepreneurs, they teach you to be employees,\\\" says Kiyosaki. \\\"They also teach you not to make mistakes at school. But the only way I learnt to walk, or ride a bicycle or be a pilot is to fall down a couple of times. Most people that go to school come out risk averse, and rather than becoming entrepreneurs, they become bureaucrats.\\\"A bureaucrat is somebody who has managerial power but they have no fiscal risk. If they make a bad decision, they don't pay for it.\\\"Be a generalist not a specialist


Since all King Midas had to do was reach out his hand to touch something in order for it to turn to gold, Kiyosaki extends this metaphor in his book by associating the thumb and four fingers with key factors for entrepreneurial success.1. Thumb: Strength of character.2. Index finger: Focus, which he says is also an abbreviation for \\\"Follow one course until successful\\\".3. Middle finger: Brand, that is, what you stand for.4. Ring finger: Relationships, surround yourself with good people and remember that you can't do a good deal with bad partners5. Little finger: Little things count. That is, do the little things that other entrepreneurs don't in order to set yourself apart.The book discusses each of these factors, with perspectives from both Kiyosaki and Trump. It's for entrepreneurs who want to think big. If you want to break free from the \\\"job\\\" you've created for yourself, Kiyosaki's concepts are not for small business owners that want to stay small.The ultimate salesmen and a master storyteller, Kiyosaki built an empire starting with the story of his two dads: a rich dad, and a poor dad. Rich Dad, Poor Dad became a runaway success and one of the most successful financial education books ever published.Kiyosaki points out that a spirit of selling has been fundamental to this success. \\\"I'm a best-selling author, I'm not the best writing author. When I am writing, I am selling constantly,\\\" he says. \\\"If you can't sell, you're never going to be an entrepreneur.\\\" 041b061a72


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