The Business of the 21st Century – Part IV (final)

The Business of the 21st Century[In this final installment of Seth Leffert’s review of The Business of the 21st Century, by Robert T Kiyosaki, shows how it all fits together. If you’re arriving here NOT having read the previous parts, feel free to do so now: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.]

Now that my reproducible systems are in place, as described in The Business of the 21st Century – Part 3, all I have to do now is to learn how to stand in front of two or more people and introduce them to “my friend” who is going to inform them about my products, or services, and press the play button. Fifteen minutes later I get to ask everyone what they got out of the presentation and then let them make a decision by handing out a small amount of information and the form that they can use to open up their own account. You know what, I can do that! In fact, I would bet that even the shyest person can do that if they are properly instructed and motivated to build a business.

The Business of the 21st Century: systems help define your space, time, goals

In the mean time, with this system I have found the tools to organize my home office, because after all, this is a new business that I am building, and it will only become a real business for me if I treat it like a business. The business of the 21st century just wont work any other way. This means setting up an area of my home that is my office, laying out a plan with goals, time frames and action steps, and keeping track of my activities and numbers. If I do all of these things and I have a great product line and company behind me, I can’t help but succeed in the industry. Now it is all just a matter of numbers. How many people can I introduce this to each and every day?

Full Circle with the Business of the 21st Century

First of all, I love the product and company. I have had an amazing experience and I have a wonderful story to tell about it. I can sum it all up in about 10 seconds! Also, I love telling people what I do now. I am so excited and passionate about it. At the same time, I have learned not to gush on and on about my new business. I may be excited, but my new friend isn’t. Therefore, all I need to do is to convey my excitement. I need to put it into context in my life and their life as to why I am passionate and excited about it. Then they will want to know more. That is when I send them to the tool set – my system – and let it do the work. My job is to present it and follow up. With all of this in place – and implemented – and utilized properly, the business of the 21st century can be downright easy!

True, I have more work to do after a prospect takes the plunge in training them on how to get the most out of their experience, or how to build their business along with me. This is what I signed up for, though. I want to help people to feel great, look great and to become financially secure and free. I want to help people become entrepreneurs owning their own business in the 21st century. I want to help people move from the Employee and Self Employed limits of their entire work experience to become a business builder where they can experience time freedom. This is something that I can get very passionate about and now I know how to do it. I have the new skill set that Robert T Kiyosaki and John Flemmings, authors of The Business of the 21st Century, are telling me is the key to my financial freedom!

Again, if you haven’t done so previously, please be sure to read The Business of the 21st Century – Part 1, The Business of the 21st Century – Part 2, and The Business of the 21st Century – Part 3 of this series! And, of course, as a big fan of Robert T Kiyosaki, please feel free to Robert Kiyosaki.

From the office of Drew Berman, contributed by Seth Lefferts.

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  • Alexander Paul December 8, 2010 at 5:31 am

    Hi Drew, thanks for this remarkable series about the Business of the 21st Century. Myself I became a student in 2010 about the ideas and topics Robert Kiyosaki discusses… and LOVE that stuff. I even went through some coachings with his team and man, what an eye-opener that was. Network Marketing is such a great opportunity to shif from the left side of the cashflow quadrant to the right side and once this ‘network marketing machine’ runs correctly many more opportunities opens. Yhx again for the review and I can recommend this book to any newstarter in our industry…