Kiyosaki’s main ideas are:
- A successful entrepreneur finds the right idea, the right people to act on the idea and the right money to leverage the project.
- A successful entrepreneur operates from freedom and opportunity rather than security and resources.
- The best time to answer the tough questions about starting a business is before starting the business. Some of these questions are:
a. How badly do I want my own business and why? b. How much will I extend myself to succeed? c. Am I afraid to fail? If so, how can I make this a strength? d. Am I willing to educate myself on the essential components of a successful business?
Cultural Creative entrepreneurs, more often referred to as social entrepreneurs, are those entrepreneurs who focus on creating innovations and inventions that improve life for everyone.
Bill Drayton of Ashoka, an organization dedicated to supporting and promoting social entrepreneurship as well as transforming the face of social innovation, points out that social entrepreneurs “are not content just to give a fish…or to teach someone how to fish. [Social entrepreneurs] will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry.”