Wealth Dynamics is the Flow Profile test for Entrepreneurs. Where Talent Dynamics is designed for those working in teams and organisations, Wealth dynamics is for those wanting to initiate and start their own business.
Created by Roger James Hamilton, Wealth Dynamics has rapidly grown into the most widely adopted profiling system for entrepreneurs and business owners around the world. The reason for its success is that it links both your strengths and weaknesses to your preferences, and then gives you clear role models and strategies to follow.
The profiles are the same, but the content of the report for Wealth Dynamics is tailored more for entrepreneurial thinking. Either Talent Dynamics or Wealth Dynamics will be good for an entrepreneur – and we highly recommend a 1 to 1 debrief with a Flow Consultant after the test to get the real value from the information.
Wealth Dynamics in a nutshell
Many people think that there are hundreds of routes to wealth. With Wealth Dynamics, you’ll see that there are actually only eight paths to wealth and that one of those paths is the correct one for you.
These paths are highlighted by the successful people who have achieved wealth through following their natural path. This is to say, they found the wealth dynamic match that suited their talents.
Could you imagine Richard Branson as a footballer, or Bill Gates as a fish monger?
No, they discovered the talents they were born with and capitalized on them. They followed a path that they loved, their path of least resistance and they excelled at it. Wouldn’t you like to find your path, benefit from your natural strengths and excel?
Let’s take a brief look at each of these eight wealth profiles…
The Creators can’t help creating! They are good at creating profitable ideas and businesses, but not so good with the day to day running of a business. Successful creators will delegate everything, except the creative process. Example: Walt Disney
Mechanics are perfectionists who like to finish things, rather than create them. They want to make everything better – fine tune them. Example: Henry Ford.
It is easy to spot a star. Obviously, you have film, music and sports stars, but high profile CEOs can also be thought of stars. They rely on the strength of their personality and are aware of the pressure of always having to deliver. Example: Oprah Winfrey
Supporters are great networkers with loads of energy and enthusiasm. Their greatest wealth can be achieved when they join forces with a Star, Creator, Deal Maker, or Mechanic. Example: Steve Ballmer
The Deal Maker
A deal maker relies on relationships, connections and being able to react intuitively when the best opportunities present themselves. Example: Donald Trump
A trader is someone who naturally hunts out bargains, naturally loves haggling and gets immense satisfaction from a great deal. They are equally as good at finding high price buyers. Example: George Soros
Incremental growth is the key to this wealth dynamics profile. They are patient and disciplined and will stick fast to a successful system. Example: Warren Buffet
The Lord likes to control everything. You can find a lord where there are fixed assets generating cash. They don’t want attention like the stars and like to create wealth quietly. Example: Ingvar Kamprad
These carefully thought out profiles are the result of years of studying the approaches of hundreds of successful wealth creators combined with Chinese philosophy.
Knowing which of these wealth profiles is yours, is like having the keys to the vault of the Bank Of England.
20,000 entrepreneurs have already found their true profile and are discovering, with amazing clarity the direction towards true wealth for them.
Why don’t you join them?