Abundance

IMG_1756How you value abundance? Riches can be measured in a multitude of ways. We can all appreciate the value of financial security and the importance of having enough cash to fund our choices. But whilst money is certainly a significant factor in the way we evaluate abundance in the developed world, we often neglect the importance of other factors that contribute to the quality of our lives. So whilst teaching and encouraging the practical methods for acquiring financial independence, I also emphasise the need for physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

An important study conducted in the United States several decades ago interviewed thousands of successful individuals and scored the overall quality of their lives Despite the obvious evidence of financial success, only four percent of the people in question could be described as happy and fulfilled. That was surprising because everyone had assumed that the majority would be enjoying their wealth and success. Not so. Money alone was not the answer. Neither was a lack of money!

The exciting conclusion of the survey was that the behaviours of that extraordinary four percent could be learned. It meant that we could all practise those particular behaviours that leant themselves to wealth, abundance, success and an abiding sense of happiness. Abundance – real abundance – is not an accident. It’s a product of choices, focused behaviours and positive attitudes. It’s a shining message of hope for everyone. And you can begin the process today.

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Beran & Greg Parry    at age 55 & 57

Beran & Greg Parry
at age 55 & 57


1. Get plenty of sleep – Adequate rest is essential for the body. Good sleep enables you to recover from the stresses of the day and repair the ravages of time.

2. Drink lots of water throughout the day – Sufficient hydration is essential for maintaining great health and keeping the skin in good condition.

3. Eat fresh, raw vegetables – This is an essential rule for balancing the digestive system and preventing the onset of many diseases. Boost your energy, your vitality and your youthfulness.
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4. Learn to relax – Unlock the stress of the day and restore calm and balance to mind and body every single day.

5. Drink a glass of wine – Research strongly supports the benefits of a glass of wine a day.

6. Learn to meditate – Calming the thoughts and relaxing the body produce wonderfully beneficial effects on the human organism.

7. Walk and do pilates whenever possible and practical – Move your body every day. We evolved to function optimally by moving, by walking and keeping a physically active body. Use it or lose it!

Beran Parry

Beran Parry

8. Stretch – The key to long term strength and power can be described in one word – flexibility. A minute or two stretching every day will produce astonishing results.

9. Breathe – Take a moment every hour to breathe a little more deeply, to recharge the body and brain function whilst enabling the body to flush out toxins.

10. Release Stress– Stress ages the body. Fact! Turn down the stress response and your body will swing into repair and rejuvenate mode. It’s that simple.

11. Laugh – Laughter releases helpful chemicals into the blood stream and encourages you to become more resistant to the daily effects of stress and tension.

12. Plenty of fun – Because it’s so good for your wellbeing! And you don’t need a prescription from the doctor.

13. Vitamins and minerals – Our highly processed food lacks many essential nutrients. Your body needs the right fuel and raw materials to hold back the tide of time.

14. Sunshine – Vitamin D is essential for health and natural sunshine is the answer. Not too much and never to the point of burning.

15. Let go of the past – An emotional shift towards a vision of a bright and welcoming future can transform our perspective and lend itself to a much younger, more vigourous and happier life.

16. Spend time with friends and family – The comfort and relaxation of spending time with loved ones should never be under-estimated. It’s part of the package of learning to be more relaxed.

17. Get a massage – Improve circulation, release tension, relax. All in a soothing, calming environment.

18. Wear the best clothes you can – You know how good you feel when you’re wearing good clothes. Your spirits are raised, your confidence soars, you look and feel so much younger!

19. Fast once a week – Giving your body a weekly rest from the daily burden of absorbing and digesting food is widely believed to be an important component in slowing down the ageing process.

20. Eat less – Less strain on the body, more power to the immune system to combat the signs of ageing from within.

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Every aspect of our lives is seemingly touched by financial issues.

man-311326It’s quite amazing that we worry so much about money. Does that sound familiar to you? Either we’re panicking to scrape together enough cash to cover the bills or we’re worried about losing whatever we’ve managed to stuff into the piggy bank. The result is usually the same: worry, stress and anxiety. Money tends to have that effect on people. It’s an unexpected source of concern for pretty much everyone. But why is that? Is it because we have too little or because we have too much?

I’ve known some very wealthy individuals who could never be described as even remotely happy. All that money and they were constantly miserable, always complaining. And I’ve been to parts of the world where the grinding poverty would break your heart yet people worked together in a spirit of co-operation and laughed together in the face of crushing adversity . So, does money – of itself – make you happy? The answer – surprisingly – seems to be ‘No’. And poverty has very little to recommend it either. So where does that lead us? Well, whatever our circumstances, we can all feel much calmer and more at peace with the subject of money if we can learn to stop worrying so much about it. The worry does not help in any way whatsoever. You might as well be shaking your fist at the tide. Worry is so often an exercise in futility.

Money is a dominant factor in our world. Every aspect of our lives is seemingly touched by financial issues. Get a job, get married, get a mortgage, have a family – every step is full of financial implications. Couples argue more about money than about any other subject! But worrying diverts our attention from finding ways to improve our situation. Our energy becomes do deeply focused on the problems that we don’t have creative energy left over to work out the answers. Learning to feel a little more relaxed around money takes practice. Learning to breathe a little more deeply and taking stock of the situation in a calm and logical manner means letting go of the fear and the habits of stress. Appraising your circumstances coolly and objectively sheds light on the problem, stimulates your creativity and helps you to deal with the problems so much more effectively.

No more tantrums and frustration. Just a few powerful, deep breaths and a fresh perspective, free of the fear and open to new possibilities. Sounds like the beginning of a beautiful new friendship with the power of money.

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Do you have a spirit of generosity

generosityDo you have a spirit of generosity? Do you enjoy giving as much as you enjoy receiving? The question has relevance because sustainable wealth creation depends very much on our attitudes – and a spirit of generosity lends support to our belief in the global abundance of money.

The principle of generosity is a beautiful extension of the well-publicised concept of the ‘attitude of gratitude’. It’s an essential advantage in wealth creation to learn to appreciate what we already have, to recognise the wealth and benevolence that already surround us. We begin to expect good things – rather than always focus on the negative aspects of life – and this shapes our vision and beliefs of what is possible in our lives.

Generosity extends the principle by sharing your success wherever you go. You certainly don’t need to go to extremes but a simple, spontaneous gesture to a homeless person can make a difference to the way your heart reacts to the situations around you. We step beyond the knee-jerk reaction of judging another human being and make a contribution to their well being. It’s as simple as that. You move beyond the habit of always feeling limited in your financial potential and learn to be more generous with the cash rattling round in your pocket. Don’t wait for the world to become a better place. Be the change you want to see.

As you add a measure of help to another’s life, you open your heart to the potential of greater things happening in your own life. It’s a virtuous cycle and, as there are far too many people in the world living in desperate circumstances, you’ll never be short of opportunities to make a difference. Walk through your life with the spirit of generosity at your side.

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The fastest growing means for creating wealth

IMG_1752John Paul Getty famously replied to a question about the secret of becoming rich with the following advice: “Rise early, work late – and strike oil!” But for those of those who might be less inclined to strike oil in their back yards, is there a modern equivalent to mining for riches or drilling for black gold? The surprising answer might well be found in the Internet.

On-line businesses are one of the fastest growing means for creating wealth and, if the examples of Google, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter don’t prove the case, a quick glance at the way that the Internet has provided access to the global marketplace should convince even the most sceptical observer that people are making fortunes these days with little more than a laptop, a measure of enthusiasm and a good idea.

Today it’s possible to set up a website that provides goods or services to the rest of the planet – but without the need for seed capital, costly overheads, salaries, premises or even a stock of goods. This is a super-streamlined way of doing business and it’s really quite remarkable. The system can be so efficient that people are running lucrative on-line businesses in their spare time whilst holding down their regular day jobs. The secrets to success are perhaps less surprising: offering great value, providing great service, posting free advice wherever possible and taking care of the customers’ needs, making the whole experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. Business is still about people. That hasn’t changed. But ease of access to the world’s seven billion potential consumers is the truly remarkable aspect of the new on-line business model and this is where the market is heading.

It’s so much easier to shop for goods or services from the comfort of your own home and the Internet is fully engaged with this exciting phenomenon, levelling the field to make it easier than ever for more and more people to participate as suppliers as well as consumers.

It’s the future. And it’s happening right now.

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Planning for better wealth-building strategies

image (16)“Money!” What’s your immediate reaction as you read or say that evocative word? How do you feel in response to such a simple five-letter word? The fact is that this particular word generates strong feelings in most of us and, when we understand how we feel about the concept of cash as a whole, we can gain valuable insights into the way we usually behave when it comes to controlling its powerful influence in our lives.

The word produces so many different reactions because it reflects the power that it represents in the world, dominating so many aspects of our lives, determining the quality of how we live, where we live, the kind of work we do, our independence – the list touches everything we do. And before we begin to consider how to regulate its influence in our lives, before we begin to plan for better wealth-building strategies, before we embark on our grand scheme for enjoying a better quality of life or for changing the world around us – we need to understand how we relate to money from the perspective of our subconscious, that great uncharted realm that holds the keys to our programmed conditions and responses, the unquestioning source of much of our daily behaviour.

Most of us are blissfully unaware of this extraordinary part of our minds, unaware of the layers of conditioned behaviours that became embedded in our thoughts and feelings during early childhood and which continue to exert their influence throughout our lives – unless we learn to recognise their impact on our minds and identify how to channel these powerful drives for our benefit and fulfilment. It’s a potent subject that extends into every aspect of our lives but any plan to create a wealthier lifestyle begins with our underlying attitudes. The conscious mind might function as a brilliant tool for organising and analysing the world around us but much of our behaviour reflects the deeper, unconscious layers of conditioned reflexes. This is where we can achieve astonishing breakthroughs. This is the gateway to new levels of success and happiness. This is an area which we’ll be exploring together through these Blogs and through other media from the One Life Wellbeing Group.

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Do YOU have financial discipline

Financial DiscplineDo you have a weekly budget? Do you have a plan to help you with your regular expenses? One of the great secrets to building a wealthier lifestyle is to plan your expenditure in advance rather than simply splashing the cash whenever the urge to splurge overtakes your purse or wallet. Impulse buys can be fun but planning adds weight and security to your spending habits. When you work out how much you’re earning and then calculate how much you afford to spend, you take better control of your cash flow. It’s a firm rule in the business of developing long term wealth that we need to set aside an amount of money to save every month. This is fundamental. Once you’ve set aside your savings, whatever remains is available for spending.

It’s amazing how often this basic rule is ignored. Save first. Cash is king.

When you start to plan for items you want to buy, you take more time to work out the best deals, looking for discounts and bargains, squeezing better value from every penny, employing the virtue of thrift and taking better control of your money. The fact is that we’ve witnessed an unprecedented explosion in credit in recent decades and this burden of debt has crushed the economic freedom of countless millions of families in supposedly developed economies. We haven’t used unfashionable expressions like ‘financial discipline’ very often but this phrase is due to make a comeback as we learn to control our money more carefully and apply the basic, simple techniques of savings and thrift to restore our economies to more sustainable levels of fiscal balance. The same rules that apply to a household should apply to any spending environment.

One of my financial heroes was proud to show me round his new headquarters and reveal that all the furniture in the offices had come from a self-assembly catalogue. He and his staff had assembled the desks and furniture over a weekend and they were justifiably proud of their joint efforts. The result was very impressive and everyone was pleased that the company hadn’t blown a fortune on expensive, designer furniture. But then the staff were also shareholders in the business and they knew that good economic practises led to bigger bonuses, better dividends and a higher share price. It figures.

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We research, digest and analyse tons of material in our quest for the latest insights and revelations about the best ways to boost health and improve the quality of life – so it’s a pleasure to share our enthusiasm with busy people everywhere who are interested in making life a better experience for themselves and for their loved ones.

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Wealth

Money MatterDo you struggle with money? Do you feel that there’s only enough to keep your head just above the water? One of the biggest areas of concern for many people today, especially after the 2008 financial meltdown that wiped our jobs and prosperity for millions, is the recurring question of debt. People were encouraged to borrow, they maxed out their credit cards, took out loans and re-mortgaged their homes and the result was an unprecedented explosion in debt. A lot of that debt is still very much with us today. It doesn’t always make the headlines. But it’s still there.

Wealth creation is a serious issue. Our mission is to help people become wealthier and to create more money and freedom in their lives. One of the first tasks we face in any wealth creation strategy is to reduce debt. It’s so much harder to make significant progress when you’re funnelling hard cash into interest payments and worrying about your debt. Takes the shine off any day. That’s why we place so much importance on debt reduction wherever possible. It’s the starting point in any financial transformation plan.

For most of us, the answer comes in two parts:

1. Consolidate your debts into a more affordable package
2. Cut spending

Sounds simple but you’d be surprised how often the basics are ignored or neglected. In a consumer society, everyone is encouraged to spend, even if they can’t afford the goods on offer. In my childhood – which must sometimes sound like a description from a Charles Dickens novel! – the culture favoured and encouraged savings. People saved up for the things they wanted. That was it. Debt was deeply frowned upon. In a few short decades, the culture has shifted radically. Savings are out. Debt is the new king. But that clearly doesn’t work. Especially when the debt overwhelms us and we struggle to keep up with the repayments. In a consumerist society, the idea of cutting back may seem like the most unnatural suggestion imaginable. But that’s how we balance the books. That’s how we create cash surpluses. Cut back on the non-essentials, get back in control of our spending, start to see positive balances in the bank account. It might not sound very glamourous or exciting but, as a financial strategy, reducing debt and building up a suitable cash cushion are the two foundation stones on which long term wealth is built.

Cash is king. Long live cash!

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The 7 Keys to Total Abundance

Abundance1How you value abundance? Riches can be measured in a multitude of ways. We can all appreciate the value of financial security and the importance of having enough cash to fund our choices. But whilst money is certainly a significant factor in the way we evaluate abundance in the developed world, we often neglect the importance of other factors that contribute to the quality of our lives. So whilst teaching and encouraging the practical methods for acquiring financial independence, I also emphasise the need for physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

An important study conducted in the United States several decades ago interviewed thousands of successful individuals and scored the overall quality of their lives despite the obvious evidence of financial success, only four percent of the people in question could be described as happy and fulfilled. That was surprising because everyone had assumed that the majority would be enjoying their wealth and success. Not so. Money alone was not the answer. Neither was a lack of money!

The exciting conclusion of the survey was that the behaviours of that extraordinary four percent could be learned. It meant that we could all practise those particular behaviours that leant themselves to wealth, abundance, success and an abiding sense of happiness. Abundance – real abundance – is not an accident. It’s a product of choices, focused behaviours and positive attitudes. It’s a shining message of hope for everyone. And you can begin the process today.

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