Ken Joslin talks with the premier expert for financial literacy and entrepreneurial success, Sharon Lechter. Sharon is an entrepreneur, international speaker, best-selling author, mentor, and philanthropist.
In 1997 Sharon co-authored the international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad and has released 14 other books in the Rich Dad series. Over 10 years as the co-founder and CEO, she built the empire into the world’s leading personal finance brand. In 2008, she was asked by the Napoleon Hill Foundation to help re-energize the powerful teachings of Napoleon Hill.
Sharon discusses her latest book with co-author Michelle Seiler Tucker, Exit Rich.
A $24 investment
Sharon details the origin of her latest book, Exit Rich. A mutual friend reached out to Sharon and told her that Michelle Salar Tucker wanted to write this book and felt that Sharon could help add value to it. Michelle is the leading authority on buying, selling, improving businesses, and increasing revenue streams.
Do you own a business or a job?
Sharon lays it out for you, asking you some hard questions. Many people call themselves business owners, but they don't own a business. She says her favorite word is “asset.” Is your own business truly an asset? Sharon helps you figure that out and gives you some resources to help you.
Meet People Where They Are
Sharon’s customer journey is designed to help anyone. First, she says, “you have to meet people where they are and then show them where they can be.” Next, Sharon and Ken talk about expanding your businesses and mindset, including stories that may save you some pain!
Ken and Sharon discuss not just business but the money mindset. Ken tells of his time with Sharon and how it blew his mind. Sharon is committed to the betterment of her clients, saying, “I'm not here to take anybody's money. I'm here to invest my time and my wisdom to help people who are ready to go to the next level.”
Both Ken and Sharon emphasize the importance of having the right mindset to achieve success. If you want to create generational wealth and a matching mindset, then definitely give yourself the gift of this episode.
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