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Kim and I self-published 1. She was much more impressive in real life. The room suddenly erupted with applause as Oprah took the stage. Simply put. We all know people who have great ideas about how to make millions of dollars. The world is filled with smart. I was far from successful. Without the thumb. What Do You Lack? Many people say that two things stop most new entrepreneurs: The lack of capital 2. The lack of emotional maturity and strength of character Of these.
I was hardly an overnight success. Most loved the simple story of my two dads. While it was true that I went from obscurity to world-famous in one hour. Immediately after the show aired. A few were skeptical. There are millions of people who want to change the world. The quote also explains why most entrepreneurs fail to develop their Midas Touch. I would add a Ge would third item: Relative to the Midas Touch. And we all know people who lie. We all know people who live in the future. Most of us know people whose lives are tales of woe.
For most of those 53 years. I chuckled. I was 53 years old. I believe the third one. The lack of real-life business experience From my own experience. That is the power of Oprah. In The book has now been translated into more than 50 languages.
I will share a few real-life experiences about pain and failure. For example. I might not have started. There are easier ways to live your life. My stupidity is infinite. Why do I want to tell you about my pain and failure? The answer is simple. It is easier to be average. I often begin by saying. As my rich dad often said. Life and success seem easy for some people. I had started a number of smaller businesses before creating Rippers. To preface the story.
So do most high-performance athletes. I might not be successful today. Since I did not know how to sell. The following are examples of my stupidity when I started my first business called Rippers. If my pain and failure discourage you from becoming an entrepreneur. I fell into the business through my stupidity. I usually add. While almost everyone has the ability to become an entrepreneur. The interesting thing is that I did not want to be in the nylon-wallet business.
Sacrifice is the price a person pays for success. Success in business is no different. Story 1: A Fool and His Money As most people know. Without the emotional maturity and strength of character represented by the thumb.
In times of crisis. A month later. I believed his story because I needed to believe it. This is how I parted with my money. I was afraid I would not get my money back. Although I was not good in sales. They will be far behind the businesses that were spending and moving forward during bad times.
During the global financial crisis which began in In reality. When the sales start coming in. I had a bad feeling in my gut. This generally spells disaster. They are cutting back. Most people do just what Stanley did. I should have said something. I studied. I would have the money to pay you.
I was the fool. They work for money. Besides that. I handed him the money. If Stanley had bought materials like I told him to. Now we have no product. In a crisis. But it was not only Stanley who was in the dark. Entrepreneurs must know how to spend money to create more money—spending time and money on marketing.
A friend called me to ask if I would invest in his company. He blamed his CFO. There is a saying that goes: This conservation of cash causes the economy to slow even faster. This is why most people live paycheck to paycheck. I needed to believe John.
So I believed he was smart. As you may have already guessed. I was still working for Xerox when my friends began to call. His brilliant idea was for me to join his company. I wrote up a simple business plan.
Over the next three months. I asked John what I could do to help him get my money back.
You may think otherwise. That is why it is best to keep your daytime job and build your business in your spare time. At the time. Story 3: Come On Board Again.
The number of hours working or practicing for free also determines the level of success you will have in anything. As my fear went up. Same sort of thing as with Xerox—I made cold calls until I reached my goal. So I worked hard at Xerox during the day and. I was taught to make cold calls to get 10 leads. Now you may think that I would have been smart enough not to fall for this line. Let me restate it: I was unknowingly participating in a little Ponzi scheme. If you are not good in sales.
There are few grand slams in life. John told me that the only way to get it back was to give him more money. Story 2: History Repeated When I asked how I could get my money back. I found investors for his company. I eventually paid back the money. And guess what? I took him up on his offer. So how do you raise money? The answer is: You have to practice. To raise money for John. Out of those 10 leads. Slow and steady always wins the race.
In my Xerox sales training. Story 5: Stress and Fear John was wrong. John thought these wallets would be hot sellers.
Since we were surfers and sailors. The lesson was expensive but. John and Stanley were surfers and sailors. The nylon-wallet business was not hot. John asked me to raise even more money.
We had much more cash flowing in. I liked running. Runners had a problem: Where do they put their key. Even though I would not want to relive any of it. This is where the idea for the nylonand-Velcro surfer wallets came into being. What this really means is that business grows only if the entrepreneur grows. Now completely broke with maxed-out credit cards.
Although we were internationally successful. We sewed the wallets ourselves out of old sails from yachts. Story 4: A Desperate Glimmer With all the money gone. In other words. Although I was not as certain as John. The benefit of this whole experience was that I was learning to design. Entrepreneurs must learn how to handle stress and fear. We were now in more debt than before. I still remember the. Stress and fear must motivate entrepreneurs to become more creative.
He was certain nylon wallets were going to be the product that saved his company. Believe it or not. If fear paralyzes you. Out of total desperation.
I showed John and Stanley an idea for another new nylon product. Story 6: Holding The Bag Soon we were shipping wallets all over the world. In a last-ditch effort. I felt like someone had kicked me in the guts. They took what money was left. I began to ask myself. Rich dad had repeatedly warned me about doing business with John and Stanley. The shock that went through my body was like being hit by a bolt of lightning.
At the end of the show. John and Stanley smiled and thanked me. I called Honolulu to report my results. But so far. Rich dad said. I could not go any further. I could feel my life forces draining out of me as I asked myself. A few days later. I had no job. Over and over again. I was in Chicago at a sporting-goods trade show. I will never have a heart attack. I could find out why I had been conned. Their debts were paid off. I wish I could say I found a definitive answer. She left me once the money was gone.
I asked myself. That phone call was the beginning of the descent to one of the lowest points in my life. I had hit the wall. She was crying. It is what he does not know that destroys the business. One of the lessons I haw. He had run for lieutenant governor of the State of Hawaii as a Republican.
I am sure you can add your own favorite con jobs to this list. He would say. He lost the election. I was anxious to learn this lesson. We can live on love. In his mind. I had seen my own dad—who was an honest. This is why he often said. His real lesson was: This is why I started by listing my mistakes in the nylon-wallet business.
They are trained and paid to not make mistakes. The opposite is true in the world of business. They are smart in the world of the classroom. This is why I respect Donald Trump. When your report card is perfect. This is why so many so-called smart. This is also the path to developing your Midas Touch. If you take a look at most MBA programs. In less than a year. Turning Bad Luck into Good Luck Possibly the most important skill entrepreneurs can develop is the ability to turn bad luck into good luck.
The next book was The Art of the Comeback. We all make mistakes. That showed me his strength of character. The Definition of Success Is Different Success in the world of the classroom means not making mistakes.
The same is true with law school and accounting graduates. To be successful in the world of entrepreneurs. The first book of his I read was The Art of the Deal. The moment he stepped outside the system in his early fifties into the real world of business.
This is why emotional maturity and strength of character are essential in the world of entrepreneurship. Mistakes are important because. This is why so few MBAs become entrepreneurs. Most get their MBA with the hope of becoming highly paid employees. Taking his life savings and retirement money. To do this requires emotional maturity and strength of character. Buckminster Fuller.
I then agreed to pay them back. I learned more about business by facing my mistakes and rebuilding the company than I ever would have learned by running away. Many people carry around their mistakes and regret having made them. When bad things happened. I then take the time to find the gem of wisdom in that mistake. I was a good kid in high school. Here are a few of the things I have learned: The moment I left.
In my process of becoming an entrepreneur. One of my best teachers. I will never be on a short list for sainthood. Although I was raised in a great family. One of the reasons I believe John and Stanley failed to grow from a bad experience is because. I continually read books and articles about business and attend seminars. The fact is that if a person makes mierson ma mistake and lies.
A number of times I should have gone to jail. Here are just a few opportunities that I seized to improve my emotional maturity and strength of character. Or they pretend they never make mistakes and then go on to repeat them.
Blaming is the worst sin of all. Rather than run from disaster. I did my best to do the exact opposite of what my mom and dad told me to do. What they fail to realize is that within those mistakes is the wisdom for a more positive future. Others become criminals and lie about their mistakes. Once I find the gem. It took almost six years to fulfill my commitment. I realized that I had to learn faster. With my brother Jon and my friend Dave. I take responsibility for it. Because I was lazy. In my life.
It takes no courage to lie. Most white-collar crimes are not prosecuted because lying. An arrogant person cannot take feedback. He could have been one of the greatest presidents but instead. On the first day of military school. There are many crooks and con men in the business world. It was amazing how many very smart young men cracked. This is arrogance. I have not lost anything to violent crime.
They do not advance. They were smart people who believed they were the smartest people on earth and could never make a mistake. I have lost the most money to people who did well in school.
Violent crimes generally involve a victim and a weapon or traumatic force.
Midas Touch by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki
This is not intelligence. Entrepreneurs are always taking feedback. As an entrepreneur. In the world of criminals. They turn into criminals when things do not go their way. A good example was President Bill Clinton when he lied to the world about having sex with a White House intern. It takes courage to face your mistakes and admit to them.
Without straightforward feedback. If an entrepreneur is a poor leader or lacks people skills. Making matters worse. They get left behind.
This is one reason why most entrepreneurs remain small with as few employees as possible. One of the most important lessons taught at military school is the ability to take feedback. So should you. In order for entrepreneurs to grow. There is a world of difference between the two.
I am currently developing a golf-links course in Aberdeen. The Mentor Different ntor Dince All public companies listed on the stock exchange are required to have a board of directors. Even if you have nothing but an idea.
Your mentor should be someone who is a successful entrepreneur in the business you plan on entering. Many new entrepreneurs make a big mistake by asking for advice from a successful employee. I will use the metaphor of golf to better explain the Peter Principle. At minimum. That two-stroke difference is the Midas Touch. I became almost an expert at. I was patient because I wanted to find the perfect place. We both had rich dads who were entrepreneurs.
I found this ideal location after visiting over sites in Europe over a five-year period. Both Donald and I had a coach and a mentor. Any golfer knows there is a world of difference between a player who shoots a consistent It might take another Everything is important. I took trips to Scotland repeatedly. And thanks to the public encouragement of Sir Sean Connery.
Even though people may think I have great people doing all the work for me and I do have great people. Everything in there had to be addressed. I would come out on top with a great golf course that enhanced the economy of the surrounding area without negatively impacting the environment.
It became a story of international interest. Nothing should be relegated to the back burner if you want to excel on a big level. We worked with the Scottish National Heritage and spent countless hours working out every detail.
Trump International Golf Links Scotland will include a golf academy. While I was going through all this. The environmental statement for this land took up two five-inch-thick books.
I knew I was in for some challenges—years of them—but I also knew that.
Our research. During this time. This site is of historical significance to Scotland. Some people were sure I would ruin this land and not preserve it. His house. My passion was already there. I really believed in the project. For those of you who are into golf or great stories. I remained positive and knew that I had the tenacity that Robert speaks about regarding the Midas Touch.
I know every detail of this project. It was the perfect recipe eigfect refor a saga—so much so that a Scottish author wrote a book about the process I went through.
There was resistance from some people to my proposed development of this land. He had enough material to fill hundreds of pages. I stay very involved. I had many other interests to take care of.
Even Sir Sean Connery got into the action by supporting me when I was facing a lot of opposition. To give you an idea of the scope of this project.
In business and in life. When it comes to this project. Real estate took a huge nose dive and the city hit some hard times. It was not a great situation to find myself in.
Donald J. Trump is the very definition of the American success story, continually setting the standards of excellence while expanding his interests in real estate, sports, and entertainment. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance.
An accomplished author, Mr. Trump has authored over fifteen bestsellers and his first book, The Art of the Deal , is considered a business classic and one of the most successful business books of all time. Trump has over eight million followers on social media and is a frequent guest across a variety of media platforms. Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, the international runaway bestseller, is an investor, entrepreneur specializing in mining and real estate, as well as an educator.
Translated into 46 languages and available in 97 countries, the Rich Dad series has sold over 26 million copies worldwide and has dominated bestsellers lists across Asia, Australia, South America, Mexico, South Africa, and Europe.
Must redeem within 90 days. See full terms and conditions and this month's choices. Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you'll love.Again, they turn a bad experience into something even worse. Im not saying I put myself above them. Without the emotional maturity and strength of character represented by the thumb, most people are denied access to their Midas Touch. This means hanging on to the money after you make it. Entrepreneurs are characterized by singular focus and powerful drive.