Imagine landing on the beautiful shores of Opportunity Bay with numerous routes to paradise at the centre of the island called Life.
You realise you are truly blessed to have so many possible paths to financial freedom and succulent success.
But as you start to move along one path, you start to wonder whether another path would be quicker, easier, or sweeter.
Your excitement and optimism slowly turns to discontent.
To frustrate you further, there appear numerous guides and vendors along the way, hassling and cajoling you to take their route over any other.
All routes look idyllic, and all have the potential to get you where you need to go, as each guide can show you postcards from people who have made it to their individual paradise by following the route they propose. The thing is you feel overwhelmed and like you are being pulled from pillar to post, each step becoming less and less decisive, each moment more doubtful, wondering if you are really doing the right thing. Life was good back on those golden shores of Opportunity Bay. Why couldn’t you have just stayed there?
Eventually you find yourself paralysed by indecision and frustrated by wasted efforts trying to make progress along your chosen path.
You sit down on a nearby rock to contemplate your next move.
The thing is, when you don’t know the best path for you, an abundance of possibilities is really a curse.
You know what I’m talking about, right?
Even though things may be going well for you right now, I’m sure you can identify with this difficulty at some time or another?
This is the situation most of us face when battling to decide whether to generate our wealth in property, internet marketing, stock trading or investing, for instance.
Switching from one opportunity to another starts to wear thin, and eventually we wonder if we will ever get to our ultimate destination.
We chase round different wealth games, never knowing which one is truly right for us. When we hit difficulties we tend to beat ourselves up, or try again, and slip in and out of our natural flow on Optimism Rollercoaster.
Having all these different paths is a lot like having many different games to play. You see, you wouldn’t get Donald Trump playing the wealth game in the same way as Bill Gates, nor would Oprah Winfrey use the same wealth generating strategies as Warren Buffet or Larry Page. Each has a different “strategy”, or type of thing they do, in order to generate wealth in the best way for them. The thing is, they know their strengths and stick to them, and do the same thing over and over again, each time leveraging a little more.
If you knew that, you could say a cheery “no thank you” to all the other opportunities and focus on just learning the rules and honing the skills of just that one Game.
All of a sudden, overwhelm turns into absolute clarity and focus.
Wealth Profiling or more specifically, Wealth Dynamics is a system of profiling entrepreneurs (and aspiring entrepreneurs) developed by social entrepreneur and owner of Singapore’s largest magazine for entrepreneurs, Roger Hamilton.
In studying the specifics of the strategies used by some of the world’s most wealthy and successful entrepreneurs, Roger discovered that they could be boiled down to just eight unique, separate strategies.
That’s right… there are just eight basic ways in which to become wealthy.
What is more, he also noticed there was a sequence or a rhythm to these different strategies, which correlated to a pattern in personality attributes of the wealth creators using the strategies. Laying them out in a sequence, which we will later explore as the wealth profile square, he noticed there were similarities between the energies of the strategies and people, and with the I Ching.
The I Ching is a 5,000 year old Chinese oracle, which was used for divination purposes, but also contained ancient wisdoms as written down by generations and generations of emperors. Within it are many themes and cycles which once understood, can shed new light and clarity.
The oracle recognises there is a natural ebb and flow to everything, from seasons to the economy, from relationships, to our own spiritual journey. Everything goes through cycles. Everything changes, constantly. Indeed the I Ching is also known as the Book of Change. The best thing we can do is to recognise this and stay in flow.
Used correctly wealth profiling offers an excellent starting point for developing wealth whilst respecting our spiritual nature –because, as you will discover, the techniques and principles all act to keep us in our natural flow.
So there are eight profiles and each of us have one primary profile. The eight profiles are named as follows: Creator, Star, Supporter, Deal Maker, Trader, Accumulator, Lord, and Mechanic.
To discover categorically which profile you are head on over to: http://www.mywealthprofile.co.uk/wealth-dynamics-profile/
To Your Success!