The Five Pillars Of Wealth Creation
It's no good just thinking about it, you've actually got to change the habits to which you are accustomed in order to bring wealth in your life. The various areas of your life can be grouped under the following five pillars.
These pillars form a system; it is a system of life. Your financial success is a by-product of your system that is currently in action.
If money is not flying into your life, it is because of the way you have set up your system. You will need to master these pillars and follow specific plans and techniques to become wealthy.
The Five pillars are:
Your emotional state. Your positive actions, who you are being. Your consistency in your life tasks. When you are out of State you are not empowered. You are not focused and your outcomes are usually ineffective.
2. MONEY AND CAREER
Money gives us choices in life, and while it is not the most important thing, without money we are very limited. If you do not have money handled then it will always cause you concern. It limits your actions. Similarly your career development is a source for your income and self-fulfilment, both commercially and emotionally. The focus of this website is money but don't forget the other pillars are just as important.
Your relationships with your spouse, co-workers, neighbours and clients are about communication and who you are. The quality of your communication determines the quality of your outcomes in life. The possible richness from relationships often can be the most important issue to people in their life.
Your vitality, your well-being, your fitness and energy, everything about your day to day activities are limited if you are in poor health.
The ability to warp time, to work smarter not harder, to get more out of life and to have things balanced in your family, your work, your money, your health - all the aspects essential to living a harmonious life.
The money pillar is the primary focus of this website. There are numerous books that can help with the other pillars. Some suggestions are
- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (excellent story to keep on hand and reread whenever you feel lost)
- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie (an understanding of human nature that will never be outdated)
- Secrets of Power Negotiating by Roger Dawson (covers every aspect of the negotiating process with practical, proven advice)
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (true success encompasses a balance of personal and professional effectiveness, so this book is a manual for performing better in both arenas)