I watched a few interview videos of Robert Kiyosaki, the author of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad', and hence I learned a few things from these videos. Therefore, I'm going to share with you in this post.
An entrepreneur is a person who puts his/her effort in solving problems in order to make human life better. Importantly, s/he has to always believe in himself/herself even no one believes in him/her. This is because no one believes in the miracle until it happens...
To be a business owner, we don't need to have expertise in many things but we need to be an expert in connecting people. Another things I learned is that we shouldn't judge a person by his/her community.
Happiness doesn't come from what we get done and repeat it regularly, but it comes from what makes us feel excited. I learned that my true sense of happiness comes from what I can do for helping others, it doesn't come from what I can do to get. Another lesson is that we connect to each other by the way we tell a story, not by the number or every technical knowledge we learn from school