Midas Touch by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don't

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Question:  What’s an entrepreneur’s most important job?

Answer:  Creating high-quality, stable jobs. 

In a world of high unemployment with an economy that needs new jobs to recover, who isn’t hungry for a solution, something that brings about recovery fast? Many look to government, but it’s becoming obvious that governments can’t create real jobs.  The little-known truth is that only one group can bring our world back to prosperity:  It’s entrepreneurs and particularly entrepreneurs with the Midas Touch.

Entrepreneurs that create the most jobs, the most prosperity for the most people are the ones who win. 
They are entrepreneurs with the Midas Touch.

Thinking of starting your own business? Already have one and want it to grow? Then before you waste any more time, any more money, you owe it to yourself, your family and the world to discover and master the five points of the Midas Touch: 

1. Strength of character 
2. Focus 
3. Your brand
4. Relationships
5. The little things that count

There are thousands of business books. This book is for entrepreneurs. It teaches you what business books won’t from two of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs.
 

About Robert T. Kiyosaki

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Donald J. Trump is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance and the developer of some of the most prestigious addresses worldwide, including Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, Trump Park Avenue, Trump World Tower, 40 Wall Street, The Grand Hyatt Hotel, the historic Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, the Palm Trump International Hotel and Tower in Dubai, and numerous award-winning golf courses. His Real Estate and Wealth Expos with The Learning Annex have helped over one million people to think BIG. As the Emmy-nominated star and coproducer of the hit television show The Apprentice and the author of seven bestsellers, he is truly a media giant. This is the first book where Donald reveals his Think BIG attitude. Bill Zanker started The Learning Annex in 1980 with $5,000 of his own money. The Learning Annex has now spent two consecutive years on the Inc. magazine Fastest Growing Companies list with over $100 million in annual sales. The growth of his small business stems from Zanker's partnership with and learning from Donald J. Trump's think BIG strategies. Zanker has been featured in Success, Forbes, Fortune, Inc., and Money magazines. He lives in New York City and Park City, Utah.
 
Published October 4, 2011 by Plata Publishing. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction
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Trump and Kiyosaki are back with a tag-team tutorial on how to rake in oodles of cash as a winning entrepreneur.

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Magnate Trump and Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) are the gold standard of the entrepreneurial spirit—self-made, resilient, and charismatic. But they might also just be the saviors of the economy, as th

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In alternating chapters, Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad) and Trump share experiences as businessmen and advise prospective entrepreneurs—a structure that is reflected in the co-narration of John Dossett,

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In alternating chapters, Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad) and Trump share experiences as businessmen and advise prospective entrepreneurs—a structure that is reflected in the co-narration of John Dossett, who reads Kiyosaki chapters, and Skipp Sudduth, who handles those of the Donald.

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Magnate Trump and Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) are the gold standard of the entrepreneurial spirit—self-made, resilient, and charismatic.

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Learn about entrepreneurship and become mega rich.

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An entrepreneur must be true to the brand and himself in order for the brand and company to remain successful.

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For those people wanting to start and grow a major business this could be the most important book they will ever read.

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