WEALTH DYNAMICS

WEALTH DYNAMICS INTRO BY ROGER HAMILTON

Introduction

The Wealth Dynamics profiles are the gateway to a more productive state called ‘flow’.

Flow can be thought of as the path of least resistance, where you add the most value and get the most done.

Each of the Wealth Dynamics profiles has its own strengths and challenges.

When working by yourself there is little you can do except understand why certain tasks and roles drain you, while other jobs excite and energise you.

Yet no one truly works alone.

Everyone has a group or team of partners, clients and suppliers.

It is in the team where the Wealth Dynamics profiles become extremely useful to help a team to gel together and spot potential opportunities to work better.

As each of the Wealth Dynamics profiles has its own strengths and challenges, they can be used together in a team setting to cover potentially challenging tasks and ensure that each team member gets into and stays in flow.

SOURCE and further reading

THE WEALTH PROFILE SQUARE

The wealth profile square gives us the relationship between the eight wealth profiles. If you are highest in intuitive thinking, you will float up to one of the high-frequency profiles: Mechanic, Creator or Star. If you are strongest in sensory thinking, you will gravitate to one of the low-frequency profiles: Accumulator, Trader or Dealmaker.

Introverts gravitate to the left: Mechanic, Lord or Accumulator, and extroverts gravitate to the right: Star, Supporter or Dealmaker. Each Wealth Creator has an absolute focus on creating wealth in the way that suits their natural strengths. Can we play more than one game?

Of course, but it is only by keeping to one game that we begin to excel. The longer we play, the more distinctions we see, the greater our flow and the more we attract. Heres how the profiles differ:

Do the WEALTH DYNAMICS PROFILE TEST HERE

At this link you can read about the different profiles in detail.

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