This is a third collaboration between two very successful entrepreneurs, although I have to admit I haven’t heard of the other two books, or Robert Kiyosaki.
In Midas Touch, the authors use fingers of the hand to demonstrate their success formula. They don’t say which hand, so I guess folks with different
-looking hands can choose either. Those with only one won’t have a problem.
Naturally the thumb takes pride of place, and readers with big, strong thumbs can rest assured, your strength of character will ensure you’re built right for successful entrepreneurship, whether it’s using your own money or someone else’s.
I won’t be giving away the plot by also mentioning the index finger indicates focus, the middle finger, brand awareness, the ring finger, relationships, and the little finger, paying attention to detail.
Although I knew before I even picked up the book up I don’t have a hope of making it as an entrepreneur (neither of my thumbs qualify), it’s still interesting to read how to go about it. So, thumbs up to the authors for taking the time to share their success formulas and stories.
From the many examples of creating wealth out of unpromising material, I especially liked Trump’s story of his golf-course developments.w to go about it. So, thumbs up to the authors for taking the time to share their success formulas and stories.
You know, pristine coastline just crying out to be built on and contoured, steamrolling local opposition in the process. If only Meridian had got Trump to build the wind farm.