In the modern era, millions of people are all craving money, wealth, fame to meet their demands while indulging in all forms of the business idea. These have resulted in creating millions of businesses and industries to meet human needs. It is important to note the key methods in running a smooth business to avoid running low on funds. To source for power and control, people have gone to media houses, news outlets or resulted in reading books at their own pace. However, books are much accessible and are much easier to wrap, free of the stress of other channels that use the net to gain entry.
Interestingly, books are accessible in printed or hard copies which are mobile as they can be kept on phones, laptops as an e-book. Hard copies of books could be heavy to carry due to their large numbers of pages. Despite the size, it can be kept safe on a shelf and can be used at any time to meet the needs of the user. These books are preferred by many as they can check for information without any risk. People have written lots of books that provide detailed information on how to be successful as a business owner. These books are written by those that have been successful through their life order, but are kind to put it into practice for others to learn.
A book that faces the issue properly is written by Robert T Kiyosaki with a nice title, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. This is a self-help book that details the lives of two parents in the quest of making money through different means. A notable, common way people adopted is going to school, graduating top of the class, get a degree, and get employed by the best firms across the states. This method follows a single pattern of education to the letter by getting many degrees to boost their level of a paycheck. Entrepreneurs must not follow this pattern as the result is always the same. People get stuck in with fewer funds while spending hours working for money instead of using money to do the job.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad focuses on using money to make more through investments, business. This is the best way to earn financial freedom while spending time and using the right mind to create wealth. A poor dad thinks the best way to earn freedom is by spending years in school but ends up with little or no funds after death. This will means he will leave nothing behind for his generation to enjoy. The rich dad may not complete his education, and he will earn huge profits after the demise. The rich father in this book teaches two young boys to succeed in their personal experiences and not spending time getting college degrees that do not guarantee a rich job.
Like Robert Kiyosaki’s research, another great book is The Employee Millionaire is quite a good book that showed the readers how he was pushed by his parents for good grades. H. J Chammas focuses on the real estate market to source funds after putting into practice what he had learned from reading great books. The author shared a few life experiences of other people especially his wife. He continued by shedding more light on assets, liabilities, income, and non-income-producing assets with examples. These terms are clearly explained in the book as it educates entrepreneurs to engage in good liability or debt.
With several investments available, Chammas focuses on how to achieve financial freedom via single rental properties. He listed detailed steps, actions to take to secure a good property by making 4 parts. These parts center on getting to know the financial capacity, the cash flow, and the personal financial state. Part two provides some limiting beliefs that stop entrepreneurs from being rich. The third part takes on achieving goals by being SMART. It talks more about steps to financial freedom and reasons to invest in the rental business. Part 4 is the most explicit which contains how to go about renting, building team members, source of income.
Another clever material for all entrepreneurs is a book written by Curtis McCoy with a great title How To Be Successful. Just like its title, it details how to claim the ladder of success albeit life issues. With a good writing style, the book is concise, accurate with information ranging from interviews from different sources. Success is measured by McCoy as to how good our relationship is with friends and family.