The Top 3 Lords in the News

October 14, 2011

Here are the Top 3 Lords, based on Roger James Hamilton’s Wealth Dynamics System. As the global economy is in winter, it is the Lord Profiles who are shining through, creating cash flow from their assets and managing their risk carefully.

Sergey Brin (USA) – Sergey is co-founder of Google together with his Mechanic profile partner, Larry Page. Sergey is 38 years old and worth $20 billion. Constantly analyzing data and detail, he has created in Google a perfect example of a Lord business, where it doesn’t need to own the asset (content) because it controls the most effective access to the asset and charges every time.

Lakshmi Mittal (UK) – Originally from India, Lakshmi has become the richest man in England through his steel empire, making him a modern-day Carnegie. Like Sergey, he makes his money by finding efficiencies and then dominates the industry through economies of scale. Today he is worth $38 billion.

Gina Rinehart (Australia) – Another favourite industry for Lords is the mining industry. Gina controls mines in Western Australia and as the Global Economy has gone into winter season, China has stocked up on ore, making Gina the first female billionaire in Australia and the richest Australian with $2 billion in wealth.

Next Roger Hamilton will cover the Top 3 Accumulators making the news today. In the same way that the most successful Lords are stepping into their flow as the markets move, the Accumulators have recently enjoyed their wave, rising to become the wealthiest in the world today.


Roger James Hamilton’s Wealth Dynamics 6 CD KIT – NOW AVAILABLE AS DOWNLOAD

September 21, 2011

Roger Hamilton’s Wealth Dynamics is a revolutionary technology that will guide you on your path to wealth by matching ALL the eight paths to wealth, with personality types.

In this CD set Roger Hamilton, provides the answers for anyone who has been confused or frustrated by the apparently conflicting advice of successful wealth creators.

Learn, amongst other things…

  • The polar opposites of wealth creation.
  • Value ownership vs value leverage.
  • The eight wealth profiles.
  • Three critical obstacles to wealth creation.
  • Finding your wealth altitude.
  • Wealth path vs industry path.
  • Why millionaires still fail.
  • How certainty turns failure into accelerated growth.

And Discover:

  1. The formula for wealth and the wealth paradox.
  2. How to tune into your wealth frequency.
  3. Your 6 step strategy to create wealth based on your wealth profile.
  4. The journey to “wealth beyond words”.

Please note: 
We suggest that to get maximum value from this CD set that you first discover your own wealth profile. It only takes 15 minutes to discover your wealth profile… for just US$97; you can take your test. See our Wealth Dynamics Profile Test.

Click here to get your own Wealth Dynamics CD Set http://bit.ly/wdcdset



August 17, 2011

Roger Hamilton has now revamped the Wealth Dynamics Profile Test to bring in the 2.0 version. The 2.0 version with the same test comes with some real exciting features. Roger, has not only decided to reduce the price to $97, but has also decided to give nearly free access to some of the incredible resources he has been developing. A Wealth Dynamics Test Taker will now receive the newly developed 2.0 report along with a personalised ePowerPack, a one month home study kit to harness your winning formula and avoid your losing formula. This free pack, which is normally worth $99 will walk you through the steps and missteps of well known Billionaires who match your profile.

In addition to the above, Roger Hamilton offers a 50% discount to all test takers to purchase the resources of their choice from the Wealth Dynamics Central Webstore.

With over 1000 test takers every month, Wealth Dynamics is turning out as a common language for entrepreneurs around the world.

Click here to take your Wealth Dynamics Profile Test Today


What are the 64 Wealth Vectors?

August 3, 2011

Everyone familiar with Roger Hamilton and his Wealth Dynamics profiling system knows there are 8 different profiles. What, then, are the 64 Wealth Vectors?

The Wealth Vectors are 64 very specific cards that explain exactly how every profile can get into flow with every other profile. For example, the Vector 1.7 relates to how a Creator relates to a Lord, and the Vector is called “Conflict”. This will not come as any surprise to a Creator who has their head in the clouds with a bright new idea when their Lord profile financial controller tells them there is no budget and to get a grip.

The Vector Card 1.7, however, goes into much more detail, explaining that the action to take, to get both into flow, is for the Creator to ‘clarify from a neutral position, in detail.’ And what needs to be avoided is ‘Carelessness. Dismissing the need to be clear and concise’. Knowing what to do and, more importantly, what not to do, is invaluable for every profile with every other profile.

What is most fascinating about these cards, though, are their origins. As Roger James Hamilton explains “The eight profiles relate to the eight trigrams that form the base of the I Ching, which is the ancient Chinese ‘Book of Changes’. The sixty-four vectors relate to the sixty-four hexagrams that make up the I Ching. This means the wisdom that can be used for us to get into our flow in modern business has its roots in wisdom that is 5,000 years old. The fact that it is so relevant and precise is both astounding and no surprise.”

You can learn more about Roger Hamilton and his Wealth Vectors by attending the Wealth Dynamics Academy, held every August at XL Vision Villas in Bali.



July 25, 2011

Roger Hamilton announced the launch of Wealth Dynamics 2.0 on the July 5thfor the existing Wealth Dynamics Customers. Wealth Dynamics now has over 1,000 entrepreneurs taking the test every month and the number is growing. Roger Hamilton believes it is the perfect time for an upgrade because of all the new content that he has been creating this year.

Wealth Dynamics 2.0 will be the same profile test as the current one, but the test-taker will get a brand new test report, with extra guides, and a full one-month audio, video and eBook tutorial on their profile. The pricing of the test has also been brought down to $97 per test.

All the 50,000 entrepreneurs who have taken the test, will automatically be provided access to the new report and resources for free.

Click Here to access the Wealth Dynamics 2.0


Top 10 Mechanic Profiles

June 20, 2011

In this blog Roger Hamilton will work backwards through the eight profiles from Mechanic to Creator with his Top 10 role models to follow. As Roger James Hamilton says, Mechanics are great at systems and perfecting the details. They can be found with the smartest system which often becomes the platform for other people’s products.

Here is the Roger Hamilton Top 10 Billionaire Mechanics to follow:

Ingvar Kamprad (Sweden) – Founder of furniture designer, IKEA, Kamprad, like all Mechanics, is frugal and has little desire to flaunt his wealth. He is worth between $50 billion and $90 billion.

Karl Albrecht (Germany) – Co-founder of Aldi, Germany’s discount supermarket chain, he is the wealthiest man in Germany, worth $25 billion.

Larry Page (USA) – Co-founder of Google, the mother of all platforms. The brain behind the mechanics of the search engine. He’s 38 years old and worth $20 billion.

Michael Dell (USA) – Founder of Dell Inc, which began in computers, like all Mechanics he found his niche in cheaper ways to put things together better, and bringing the price down. Net worth: $15 billion.

Mark Zuckerberg (USA) – Founder of Facebook. As with most Mechanics, the idea wasn’t his, but he was the best at perfecting it.  He is 27 years old and worth $14 billion.

Robin Li (China) – The China equivalent of Larry Page, Li founded China’s most popular search engine, Baidu. He is 42 years old and worth $9 billion.

Zhang Jindong (China) – Founder of the Suning Group, Zhang is one of the wealthiest men in China by finding smarter ways to sell air conditioning. He is worth $4 billion.

Ma Huateng (China) – Founder of Tencent, which has been called ‘China’s answer to AOL’, he is always tinkering in the background to come up with the next platform. He is 39 and worth $2 billion.

Linsday Fox (Australia) – Founder of trucking and Logistics Company, Linfox, Fox started as a trucker and became one of the richest men in Australia, with a net worth of $1 billion.

Gerald Harvey (Australia) – Founder of retail chain Harvey Norman, Harvey has taken the Mechanic approach of the cheapest, simplest route to market. He is worth $1 billion.

You can learn more about Roger James Hamilton and the eight Wealth Dynamics Profiles by either visiting one of the many blog sites on Wealth Dynamics or watching videos available on YouTube.


Your Power to Create and Contribute Wealth

April 13, 2010

Hi. I’m Roger James Hamilton, and I’m the creator of the Wealth Dynamics Profiling System for entrepreneurs. To the right of me is Carlos Slim, the richest man in the world according to Forbes Magazine. I met him at the Clinton Global Initiative, which Bill Clinton created to connect entrepreneurs and companies with charities and causes.

It would be easy for me to aspire to be like Carlos or Bill. They have both achieved amazing things in their life. But I don’t. Instead I aspire to be the best that I can be. Wealth Dynamics is about you aspiring to be the best that you can be. If you Google “Wealth Dynamics” you will see there are many sites promoting the Wealth Dynamics Test. This site is a little different. I’ve created it to give you a sense of why I created Wealth Dynamics, and where you can go to find out more if you choose to. All the links you need to know all there is to know are right here on this page.

First, back to Carlos and Bill. The Wealth Dynamics test is about finding your path of least resistance – your flow. I am a Creator profile, which means I am best at starting new things, and will be in flow when starting companies (but not great at the detail). Carlos Slim is an Accumulator profile, which means he his great at the detail and data (like Warren Buffett) and he has made his fortune by spotting opportunities to buy companies and see them grow. Bill Clinton is a Star profile (like Oprah Winfrey), which means he is great at branding and connecting with people, but not so strong at the systems. If I followed either of their strategies (which work for them) I would soon be out of my flow – because those strategies would take me my weaknesses instead of my strengths. You can learn about each of the eight profiles here.

Add to that the Wealth Spectrum (which are the nine levels of each profile) and you soon see how important it is to start with who you are and where you are to move forward. Bill Clinton is at Indigo level, which simply means he is beyond just making money, and is now dedicating his life as a Changemaker on global issues. He spends all his time with other Changemakers who aren’t so interest in making money as redirecting money. Carlos Slim is at Blue level (below Indigo), which means he is a conductor of multiple businesses and knows how to make millions in minutes just by shifting his capital. I am at Green level (below Blue), which means I am a performer focused at building my teams and profit. Each level has different steps and each day we wake up with entirely different focuses. You can download a free Wealth Spectrum eGuide here.

The levels start at Infrared (when your personal cash flow is going backwards) and move all the way through the spectrum. Applying the wrong strategy at the wrong time is the reason for most failures in wealth. For example, if I tried Carlos Slim’s Blue strategy while I’m still at Green, I would not have my enterprises set up well enough to be recapitalising them or dealing with multiple shareholders, and my teams would soon fall apart. If I tried Bill Clinton’s strategy of saving the world when I should be minding my own businesses… you get the idea. Here’s a video of me explaining both Wealth Dynamics and the Wealth Spectrum:

You can also have a look my channel for all the Wealth Dynamics videos here.

So right now you’re most likely to be in one of three places:

You’re skeptical a test could make a difference, but you’re intrigued: If this is you, I hope you’re open to just having a look around. You can visit my personal site to learn more about me, and the difference this level of clarity has made to my journey. You can read my Wealth Dynamics Blog or XL Nation Blog, and you can browse our store or learn more about OneLife, the company I am growing with Roy McDonald, where we are opening entrepreneur learning centres and retreats.

You’re interested to take the test and get started: If this is you, you can take the Wealth Dynamics test here. The Wealth Spectrum test will be available online by the end of May 2010. This is just the beginning, though. After the test, connect with some of the other 30,000 entrepreneurs who have taken the test in XL Nation, on our Facebook Group or on Twitter.

You’ve taken the test and are ready for the next step: If this is you, and you’ve already used many of the links above, you can link directly to me and I’d be happy to answer any questions you have. You’ll find me on my Facebook page and on Twitter. If you like all our products enough to want to promote them or integrate them into your own services, you can become our partner at Orion United.

If you’ve read this far, and you’re still not sure what to think (I’m guessing you aren’t part of the group who have no interest in any of this whatsoever – as you wouldn’t have read this far if you were), I leave you with a video about the seven truths of Wealth Dynamics. Have a look, and pick the one that resonates with you.

Thanks for reading, and I wish for your life a masterpiece.

Roger James Hamilton