Working On Your Business VS Working In Your Business

Guess what? Yup, I'm reading another business book. This time I've started reading The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber. You may have heard of his books before or his company E-Myth Worldwide. What I find most interesting about this book so far is that it makes you ask yourself the question, "Are you working on your business it, or in it?" Anyone who is self-employed can tell you they are probably working in their business.

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I finally finished reading Cashflow Quadrant:

Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom by Robert Kiyosaki and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Just like Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!, it teaches you about the mindset of the average person when it comes to money. Most of us are taught to get an education and then a good secure job so we can retire in 30 years. As we know, there are no such things as a secure job. What Cashflow Quadrant teaches is to get from the left side of the quadrant (employee and self-employed) to the right side (business owner and investor.)

The cash flow and tax advantages are available on the right side of the quadrant. I thought the author did a good job in explaining the differences between both sides. He also went into detail about the various types of investors that exist, from the gambler to one that understands risk.

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