By Roger Hamilton
Wealth Dynamics is not only one route to wealth production, yet each direction - of which your course is one. This e-book is ready your existence. it really is approximately your legacy.
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Lords love certainty and hate risk. They also prefer to keep to themselves, and those who have not yet found their wealth have often failed to see their analytical skills, risk aversion and need for control as their greatest strengths. When momentum grows, many Lords also cannot resist their tendency to micro-manage, which cash flow responds well to but which people do not. Successful Lords are unrelenting once they find their niche, with the ability to consistently generate cash flow without the need for either innovation or timing, weathering market conditions and acquiring the competition until they are dominating entire industries.
Meanwhile, Michael Dell has gone on to weather all manner of set-backs Y many far larger than the ones we faced Y and ended up fourth on the 2005 Forbes 400 with a net worth of $18 billion and a company which is now the world^s largest PC manufacturer. What set the two approaches apart? While we were busy focusing on the hundreds of tasks in our business, Michael Dell kept focused on one Y perfecting his direct model. The value of his low price, fast delivery, and reliable service model attracted an ever-increasing flow of customers and cash that gave him the resources to get things right in all other areas of his business Y in good times and bad.
Ensuring you find value before you leverage and then being careful to leverage that value is essential. How successful Wealth Creators do this is explained in the following chapters. In the same way that there are two opposites of value there are also two opposites of leverage: multiply and magnify, which are related to the two opposite action dynamics: introvert and extrovert. Here^s how they work: MULTIPLY People who have a more introvert action dynamic naturally internalize and analyze their course of action, in comparison to people who have 38 a more extrovert action dynamic and work through consultation with others.
An Entrepreneur Guide to Finding Your Flow; Your Life Your Legacy by Roger Hamilton
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