I vividly recall when I made the decision to move towns. My business strategy was not working as I anticipated so I had to take the leap: either do the same thing with the same results or think different. The past one month has been full of its ups and downs and I have been second guessing myself a lot until a few minutes ago when I started reading this chapter so I could summarize it. I feel so vindicated because everything Robert Kiyosaki discusses in this short chapter, I have experienced or considered as a bargaining tool for moving towns. My struggle has been validated and I feel so rejuvenated. I thought I was doing it wrong but no, it is what happens when you chose to be a CEO the founder way as opposed to the employment way.
As soon as this article is posted, my feet are hitting the ground running!
I have also realized that vlogging may be hard for me since I am always walking from shop to shop. I am considering sit –ins for my YouTube Channel. Anyway, let us see what Robert Kiyosaki had to say in this chapter:
Stop doing what you are doing
Take a break and assess what is working and what is not working. Do not do the same thing over and over expecting different results.
Look for new ideas
Find books on different unique subjects and after reading them, take action. I call them formulas.
Find someone who has done what you do
Take them out to lunch and ask them for tips and tricks of the trade.
Take classes and attend seminars
Read the newspapers and check the internet for inexpensive classes and seminars. I have friends who did not take the courses I took and told me I was wasting money. They are all still at the same job.
When I want a piece of real estate, I look at many properties and write offers. Many people who are not investors have no idea what it is like to sell something. The game of buying and selling is fun. Make offers. Someone may say yes.
Small people remain small minded because they think small, act alone or don’t act at all.
Learn from history
All the big companies on stock exchange started out as small companies. Colonel Sanders did not get rich until he lost everything in his 60s. Bill gates was one of the richest men before he turned 30.
Action always beats inaction.
Thank you for your time. I will see you on Wednesday. My new routine is to post thrice a week so tell a friend to tell a friend. Somewhere between fitness, health and motivation, you find Malkia Teezie.
Have an amazing week!