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Read "Rich Dad's Before You Quit Your Job 10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Million-Dollar Business" by Robert T . First eBook Edition: September Rich Dad's Entrepreneurial Lesson # Know When to Quit. Chapter The . of quitting their job and starting their own business, only a few actually do it. Why? Because the. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In this follow-up to his bestselling Rich Dad Poor Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Business & Money.

We actually thought we had built a business. We actually thought we were entrepreneurs. We actually believed our own story of success. We started bragging. Champagne started to flow. It was not long before we each had fast sports cars and were dating even faster women. Success and money had blinded us.

We could not see the cracks forming in the wall of the dam. Finally, the dam broke. The house of cards started tumbling down around us. Our parachute did not open. Too Much Success The point in sharing my entrepreneurial stupidity is that many people think that it is the lack of success that kills a business.

And in many cases that is true. The failure of my surfer wallet business was a valuable experience because I found out early in my career as an entrepreneur that too much success can also kill a business. The point I am making is that a poorly conceived business can fail whether it is initially successful or not.

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Hard Work Covers Up Poor Design A poorly conceived business startup may be able to survive as long as the entrepreneur works hard and holds the business together with sheer determination.

In other words, hard work can cover up a poorly designed business and keep it from failing. The world is filled with millions of small business entrepreneurs who are able to keep their leaky business afloat with hard work, sheer willpower, duct tape, and baling wire. The problem is, if they stop working, the business breaks apart and sinks.

All over the world, entrepreneurs kiss their families good-bye and head off to their own businesses, their pieces of the rock. Many of them go to work, thinking that working harder and longer will solve their business problems- problems such as not enough sales, unhappy employees, incompetent advisors, not enough free cash flow to grow the business, suppliers' raising their prices, insurance premiums' going up, landlords' raising the rent, changing government regulations, government inspectors, increasing taxes, back taxes, unhappy customers, nonpaying customers, and not enough time in the day, to name a few of the daily challenges.

Many entrepreneurs do not realize that many of the problems their businesses face today began yesterday, long before there was a business. One of the primary reasons for the high failure rate of small businesses is sheer exhaustion. It's tough to make money and to keep going when so much of your time is tied up in activities that do not make you any money or that cost you money without offsetting income.

If you are thinking about starting your own business, before you quit your job, you might want to talk to an entrepreneur about how much time he or she spends on non-income producing activities to run his or her business.

Also ask how he or she handles this challenge. As a friend of mine once said, "I'm so busy taking care of my business I don't have time to make any money. A friend of mine quit his high-paying job with a large bank in Honolulu and opened a tiny lunch shop in the industrial part of town.

Review: A lot can be learned from Robert Kiyosaki and his experiences. I enjoy his books because they not only take an innovative perspective on things, but it is a perspective from which he lives day in and day out.

I found myself at the book store a year or so ago with a pile of books having to do with Entrepreneurship and being your own boss. I was within weeks of my fi Why I Read this Book: I was about to quit my job to pursue some of my true interests.

I was within weeks of my final day at work and to be honest, I was starting to get a bit nervous. I had nothing lined up, but that of course was the point. I did not want to have anything else lined up because I was determined to find something to do on my own. This would take creativity and as I have mentioned so many other places on this site, my creativity is at its peak when I am reading, especially when the authors have done what I want do.

This book seemed like the perfect fit. The funny thing is that I did not actually get around to reading it until my last day at work had come and past.

As it turned out this book was much more about being a successful entrepreneur than it was about quitting any job. I think the title may be a bit misleading but it certainly got my attention. Throughout the book Kiyosaki and his C. Deep Work. Cal Newport. Smarter Faster Better. Measure What Matters. John Doerr. Millionaire Teacher. Andrew Hallam. The Dichotomy of Leadership. Jason Fried. This Time Is Different. Carmen M.

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Choose Store. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 1 5 star ratings 1 reviews. Overall rating 5. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. An excellent look at the nuts and bolts of starting a business.There is some truth to the age-old statement, "The bigger they are, the harder they fall. As it turned out this book was much more about being a successful entrepreneur than it was about quitting any job.

We actually believed our own story of success. Largely due to Kiyosaki's bombastic style, this is an inspiring read, but it bears about as much resemblance to actual entrepreneurship as steamy romance novels do to actual relationships.

Finally, the dam broke. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.