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Before You Quit Your Job
By Robert T. Kiyosaki
Read by Jim Ward and Deanna Hurst

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Before You Quit Your Job
By Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter
Read by Jim Ward and Deanna Hurst
Time Warner AudioBooks, (2005)
An Abridged Recording on 3 CDs
ISBN: 1-59483-077-0
Genre: Business - Personal Finance

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Reviewed by Sheldon Ztvordokov - October 24, 2005

Let's face it, almost everyone wants to quit their job and go into business for themselves. After all, that's where the money is. Every year an untold number of would-be entrepreneurs quit their day jobs to go into business for themselves - and fail - while an equal number go on to find success. What does it take to make it as an entrepreneur? What are the pitfalls that you might face? How can you tell when its time to take 'the leap'? Robert T. Kiyosaki's new book, Before Your Quit Your Job can't tell you if you have what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur, nor will it tell you if you have a potentially successful business model on the drawing board. What this book can do however, is help you ask yourself the hard questions about your own strengths and weaknesses, thereby helping you make an informed decision as to your readiness to go into business for yourself.

Written in the form of ten, real-life lessons, Before Your Quit Your Job is an inspiring book by the author of the Rich Dad series of personal finance books. It is a book filled with many truisms and useful insights into the world of the self-employed. It also clearly shows that those who seek to be their own boss must face their fears over losing not only their job security, but possibly, also their financial security. Going into business is not for the faint of heart. There are huge risks, but also huge rewards for those willing to work hard and who 'luck' into the right product or service to offer to the buying public.

Personally, I would not want to base my decision on whether or not to go into business for myself on this book. However, it is one of the books that you should peruse while developing your business plan and while determining if you are really ready to go it on your own. Let me wish you luck if you are ready to make the leap, and if your not yet ready, good luck on your research into your next exciting and profitable career.

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