Wealth Dynamics: When is a shortcut not a shortcut?

When talking about Wealth Dynamics, Roger Hamilton points out that successful people follow radically different paths to wealth.  Bill Gates and Warren Buffett – for years the #1 and #2 richest men in the world – have completely different ways of being successful.

Gates had all his eggs in one basket, relying on innovating within Microsoft for his success.  Buffett, on the other hand, grew his wealth by spreading Berkshire Hathaway’s assets amongst a number of stable businesses, and actively avoids technology stocks.

Hamilton’s conclusion, explained very well in the Wealth Dynamics concept, is that there are lots of different ways to become wealthy.  And that each of us has one way that will work better for us than any of the others.  So what is a direct route for me could easily be an unfulfiling short-cut for you.  You may get some fleeting success, it may even come to you quicker, and if it’s taken you off your true path, the way that you, and you alone, add maximum value for others, that success is likely to be short-lived.

So are you learning from people like you – or are you trying to become someone you’re not?

Click on this link to take the Wealth Dynamics profile test and find your best path to wealth.

About Andrew Horder

Founder of the blog at TheBusyFool.com, Andrew has been working with business owners for many years, helping them find and maintain their unique Focus - those activities and opportunities that they love, and will produce their success, what Andrew calls your Joyful Genius! Andrew's first book, The Busy Fool's a to Z of Loving Work is available from Amazon http://andrewhorder.com/amazon-azlw
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Andrew Horder

Founder of the blog at TheBusyFool.com, Andrew has been working with business owners for many years, helping them find and maintain their unique Focus - those activities and opportunities that they love, and will produce their success, what Andrew calls your Joyful Genius! Andrew's first book, The Busy Fool's a to Z of Loving Work is available from Amazon http://andrewhorder.com/amazon-azlw