1. THE FIVE ANCHORS OF SOLID WEALTH
What does wealth mean to you and why do you want to be wealthy?
One of the worst things that can happen to you in wealth creation is for you to have a wrong definition of what wealth is. Many people have set financial targets as wealth, achieved it, and still ended up feeling empty and unfulfilled. When your definition of wealth is wrong, you will keep moving from one financial target to the other frustrated, unhappy, bored and unfulfilled. While money might be the commonest means by which wealth is measured, it is not completely accurate. Wealth is beyond money and the definition you give to wealth will affect what you do to achieve wealth and if that wealth is able to buy you happiness fulfilment and peace of mind.
After several years of assessing wealth through different lenses and perspectives, we have come to define solid wealth as a five-anchored structure called the HARP-G.
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2. THE SEVEN HIGH WAYS TO MONEY
There are really only seven ways to money. These ways are high ways and not road paths. They require dedication, speed, focus and discipline to survive and thrive. Inside the seven High ways are good ways and bad ways. The ways that lead to wealth, fulfilment, happiness and peace of mind and the other ways that lead to temporary wealth, dissatisfaction, boredom, regret and emptiness. Everyone will decide which of these high ways to take. It is important that you know the consequences before you embark on a highway
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3. THE FIVE FINANCIAL STABILITY & RISK LEVELS
We are naturally designed to never want to lose money so when loses happen, it is usually an unwelcome guest. Conventional investment advice promotes the idea that people in their 20s and 30s can load up a higher percentage of risk and expose their money to the risk of loss because they have plenty of time to regain any lost money. This kind of advice is completely flawed. Even a two-year old understands the importance of not losing money if that is the only money he or she has.
Investment risk, therefore, should never be tied to age; the correct relationship is to tie investment risk to financial stability. The more financially stable you are the more risk you can take and the less financially stable you are the less risk you should take regardless of your age.
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4. THE FIVE ULTIMATE LEVELS OF MONEY
Most people think that working hard is the key to unlocking money, but working hard is not the key to money. In fact working hard can make you poor, sick and miserable if you are at the wrong money level. If a cleaner in an organization decides to work hard all his life, even harder than anyone else in the company. The best the cleaner can get at his level is an award as the best cleaner of the company. None of his hard work can make him earn the salary of the General manager even if the general manager decides to sleep, eat and chat all day.
Money follows a law that must be obeyed if you must unlock unlimited money. One of these laws is Money levels. Before you blame your employer, the economy your family and friends or anybody else, check to see what money level you are.
If you are on the wrong money level no matter what you do, No matter how hard you work and how much you pray your financial outlook won’t change.
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