Before You Quit Your Job

10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multimillion-Dollar Business

Currently I’m reading this book by Robert T. Kiyosaki & Sharon L. Lechter. I have already read some other book written by him and really like his writing style. Plus forward the point in a very simple way.

Have really liked below quotes from this book :

“There are three parts to putting a business deal together. One is finding the right people. Two is finding the right opportunity. And three is finding the money.”

This one is very true when you are planning to start anything new:

“A cup that is full is useless. Only when a cup is empty is it useful.”

So true right. Applicable to all entrepreneurs.

‘Freedom from the fear of fear’

Another nice quote from this book. This is what an entrepreneur should always try to achieve.

A Successful Business Is Created Before There Is a Business.
“Starting a business is like jumping out of an airplane without a parachute. In midair the entrepreneur begins building a parachute and hopes it opens before hitting the ground.”

“There are no mistakes, just learning opportunities!” THE ENTREPRENEUR’S JOB IS TO MAKE MISTAKES.

  • Start the business.
  • Fail and learn.
  • Find a mentor.
  • Fail and learn.
  • Take some classes.
  • Keep failing and learning.
  • Stop when successful.
  • Celebrate. Count your money, the wins and the losses.
  • Repeat the process

1. Product

2. Legal

3. Systems

4. Communications

5. Cash flow

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