In 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 discover how they do it and whether or not you have what it takes to drive your own entrepreneurial success.
©2011 Donald J. Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki. All rights reserved. (P)2011 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.
If you've read the Rich Dad books then this book offers nothing new, but the hearing Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki talk about their ups and downs is very motivational for a young entrepreneur.
I now have Trump's acronym FOCUS (Follow One Course Until Successful) hanging above my desk and it is a constant reminder that keeps me on track throughout the day.
If all you want is good entrepreneurial advice, then there are better books out there. If you want some motivation to keep you going through the hard times then this book is great.
The Rich Dad series or any Brian Tracy book offers the same advice.
I was particularly inspired by Robert's stories about the mistakes he made. I have made many of the same mistakes and his success motivates me to keep trying.
Never Say "Die".
Most memorable moment was when Donald trump said: "you're fired".
it teaches us on how to relate to all types of people in the B quadrant. That little things do matter and we have to own businesses with the motive to give something to others. Besides that it's has also have me insight about how you build your brand is directly assiosiated with the business.
The concepts that are explained in the book are told through the author's personal life stories. Complicated and sometimes confusing concepts regarding entrepreneurship are broken down and explained in a simple way and allows you to relate to your own life.
I would relate this book to Rich Dad Poor Dad.
John Dossett and Skipp Sudduth provide fantastic narration.
"Fear is the entrepreneurs motivation to learn."
Laugh in parts but no crying
Great read. It's very interesting how they look at money, partners, and investment
I have to say, I'm a Trump fan, so when he writes, I buy.
With that said, there are some gems in here, as well as a whole lot of motivation. Both of these men are extremely successful in their own right, and hearing their stories is humbling. There's a lot of inspiration, and a small amount of actionable content. Nevertheless, it is one of the more valuable reads on the topic in my opinion.
Their are people who are successful at a grand level. Even picking a few nuggets from them will help towards your goals. These two guys are in the big leagues. The losses and struggles are beyond the basic day to day. It's predictive, preemptively calculated, and demonstrates incredible emotional control.
If the little things are weighing you down, there's no room in the big leagues for you. To me this book puts major success in perspective.
Donald and Robert both have incredible insight and ability to convey concepts.
Both were equally credible!
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