Team A successful business is made up of a team of different people with different professions. Great teams have professionals (such as lawyers and accountants) people with different skills (PR, marketing, sales), different talents (marketing, graphic design, copywriting, web design), different experience (years of work and varied backgrounds) and different expectations. Rich dad often said, “Business is easy. Working with people is hard.” This is why most entrepreneurs fail to build a business. They are lone rangers, or lone wolves, working by themselves or with fewer than 20 people. They do not build a business. They own a job.
Leadership The leader, the entrepreneur, focuses people and resources in order to produce a result on time and on budget. The leader of an organization is responsible for the successful integration that’s needed for all eight integrities to operate together. Leaders employ specialists such as lawyers, accountants, and web designers. Specialists know a lot about a very specific topic or area— generally only one of the eight integrities. Leaders know a little about a lot. And they must know a little about each of the eight integrities. One reason why so many people fail as entrepreneurs is because they leave school overly specialized in only one of the eight integrities and lacking in generalized business knowledge and skills, especially leadership skills.
by Rich Dad, Robert Kiyosaki