What is Wealth?

Wealth doesn’t mean having loads of cash. It doesn’t mean having the most expensive accessories, owning the flashiest car, or living in a palatial residence.



Wealth means having an abundance of what you desire, leading a healthy life filled with love in any form, the drive and freedom to constantly improve your well-being, and expand your spiritual, physical and financial horizons to achieve anything you set your heart to.

Money can’t buy happiness,
but building wealth can attain it much easier.

Our society has conditioned us to believe that a certain and limiting checklist of the flashy car and fancy house are what should make us happy, that the large corner office is the ultimate picture of success. But are you happy with your job in that corner office? Do you feel a sense of freedom 40, 50, 60 hours a week in that corner office? Or is it a paycheck that compensates you for your exhaustive and constricting job?

Most forget that it’s not the car and house that make us happy, it’s what we did to be able to afford it.

It’s the path to attaining the items on that checklist where true happiness lies, and leads to a place where true wealth can be attained. Instead of a straight line of reimbursement for hours upon hours of tiresome and unfulfilling work, how about being compensated in a more all-encompassing manner? How about reaping the rewards not just for working, but having a business savvy, a life savvy to make money in more accomplishing ways and with exponential results.

Your first mission, should you choose to accept it, is to make a checklist of all the things you want to do in your life. Not the checklist everyone else has or expects you to have. If money wasn’t an option -- what would you do? What goals would you attain?  


By completing this first mission, you are already on the path to building wealth and you’ll soon realize it’s not as complicated as you think. So, stay tuned for more each week as we give you exclusive insights, innovative advice, and new inspiration for building wealth.

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