Hello, wishing each of you a brilliant and beautiful #TransformationalTuesday! For today’s Success Principles, I want to talk about the importance of your attitude! Did you know that in business 90% of your success is driven by your attitude?!
#WisdomWednesday Today’s Success Principles let’s talk about Behavior and Opportunity! “If you show me someone’s behavior…I can show you the current sate of their their business.” Did you know that Opportunity is actually more important money?! Let’s explore what you’ll need to navigate the road to long-term success!
Oh yes… it’s #ThoughtfulThursday! In today’s #Vlog I have an important question for ya’ll…do you want to win? Do you want to be a success? Are you ready to create a passionate storm from within? Together we can explode into success by busting out of old patterns that no longer support your highest and best!
Let’s get after it! Enjoy the message in the video below.
Los Angeles Mar 15, 2019 – Rory Douglas has been an Entrepreneur for over 20 years empowering others to pursue their purpose.
He is a High-Performance Life Coach, Author, Speaker, and Financial Educator. Douglas has contributed to a National Campaign to spread Financial Literacy with a Mission of 1 Million Educated families by the year 2020. He travels all around the world to enlighten Youth & Community Organizations, Colleges, and Universities as well as Ministries and Non-Profits about the priority of Artificial Intelligence and Financial Literacy.
Douglas’ latest release of “Fear to Freedom” is a powerful collaboration of authors who have utilized their own fears and turned those fears into triumphs! “Fear to Freedom” was written as a guide to support readers in living a life of faith, favor, and fulfillment. This transformational book presents ten fearless authors who share their stories authentically to inspire the readers to live their best life. These authors’ stories are fascinating, astonishing and captivating!
In addition to authoring three best-selling books, Rory Douglas has made a measurable impact as a High-Performance Coach, Speaker, and Financial Educator.
About Rory Douglas:
Douglas has over 20 years in the Entertainment industry empowering entrepreneurs to pursue their purpose. He transitioned from that to become a High-Performance Life Coach, Speaker, and Financial Educator. Douglas has contributed to a National Campaign to spread Financial Literacy with a mission of 1 Million Educated Families by the year 2020. Douglas travels all around the world to enlighten Youth & Community Organizations, Colleges, and Universities as well as Ministries and Non-Profits about the priority of becoming Financial Literate and Financial Free.
Douglas also serves individuals in answering the questions: “Who Am I, What do I want, and How do I get it? As a Master Coach, Douglas combines High-Performance Life Coaching with the principles of spiritual psychology. He is passionate about supporting people to step out of suffering and limitations and into fulfillment.
Some additional titles to explore with Rory Douglas are:
“The Power to Get Wealth: No Money Required” as well as “Artificial Intelligence”.
Douglas will be traveling throughout the year to continue to offer Financial Education and Artificial Intelligence Lecturers throughout the country. For a list of his upcoming speaking engagements feel free to click this link: http://rorydouglas.net/itinerary/
For Media and Booking Appearance feel free to contact us.
Ultra high-net-worth individuals will transfer $3.9 trillion to the next generation by 2026, according to “Preparing for Tomorrow: A Report on Family Wealth Transfers,” released by global wealth consultancy Wealth-X and insurance brokerage and consulting firm NFP. This reflects a 5% decline from the report’s 2014 estimate of $4.1 trillion, but this is because the massive global wealth transfer among the world’s newest superrich has already begun. The biggest concern for the world’s superrich was “succession and inheritance issues” (67%), a recent survey by global real estate consultants Knight Frank found.
This $3.9 trillion expected to be transferred is equal to 13% of all assets of ultrahigh-net-worth individuals, enough to purchase outright the 10 largest companies in the world: Apple, Google parent Alphabet GOOG, -0.29% Microsoft MSFT, -0.14% ExxonMobil XOM, +0.06% Berkshire Hathaway BRK.A, -0.34% Amazon AMZN, -0.90% Facebook FB, -0.49% Johnson & Johnson JNJ, +0.34% General Electric GE, +0.03% and China Mobile CHL, +0.67% Looking ahead to 2020, the Wealth-X/NFP report sees the wealth of the world’s superrich increasing by 54% to $46 trillion. Some 64% are self-made, and 19% inherited some wealth before creating significantly more themselves.
Last year, ultrahigh-net-worth individuals — defined as those with assets of $30 million or more — aged 80 or over were on average seven times wealthier than those under 30 years old. Despite the higher media profiles given to young Silicon Valley millionaires and billionaires like Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, there are many more who are significantly older. “We estimate that, in total, there are over 14,000 ultrahigh-net-worth individuals likely to transfer assets in the next 10 years,” the report states. This number is larger than the total ultrahigh-net-worth population of China (12,050) or the U.K. (10,650).
The rich appear to be leaving the middle class behind. Most U.S. middle-income households (81%) had flat or falling income between 2004 and 2014, according to recent U.S. Congressional Budget Office data analyzed by the McKinsey Global Institute, a global management company. And 61% of middle-income households say their incomes are either not advancing or they’re staying the same as they were last year: “Most people growing up in advanced economies since World War II have been able to assume they will be better off than their parents. Yet this overwhelmingly positive income trend has ended.”
What’s more, the past 35 years have been a period of extraordinary wealth creation by billionaires, according to the UBS/PwC “2015 Billionaire Report” released last month, with some 917 billionaires who are self-made. “Only the ‘Gilded Age’ at the beginning of the 20th century bears any comparison,” it states. Then fortunes were created from industrial innovation, in sectors such as steel, cars and electricity. Now they are being made from the consumer industry, technology and financial innovation in the U.S. and Europe, as well as consumer products and infrastructure booms in emerging markets.
If these trends continue, the Forbes 400 will see their average wealth skyrocket to $48 billion by 2043 — more than eight times the amount they hold today, according to a report released last month by the Urban Institute, a nonprofit and nonpartisan policy group. The average wealth for white families would increase by 84% to $1.2 million versus $108,000 for African-Americans (27% growth). The American dream is only available to only certain members of society, says Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, a director at the Corporation for Enterprise Development, a nonprofit based in Washington. “It is money in the bank, a first home, a college degree and retirement security.”
Okay so you might not have prepared your New Year’s Resolution yet or most people have actually given up on creating those for every new year. Well you don’t have to be so hard on yourself, but you must be obedient in making sure you reach goals that really matter.
So here are 7 tips to help you get ready for your New Year:
1. Don’t dwell on what you haven’t accomplished; think of what you have achieved and compliment yourself at least three times daily(starting now).
2. Think about what you want to accomplish in 2017 and write them down. Really. Make a list, store this list in a place where you can access or see it each day. More like rubbing it in your face until it gets done. That really works.
3. Don’t Just Do It – Make a not-to-do list of time-wasting activities and refer to it often at times. Everything that comes your way is not always a priority.
4. Take Care of Yourself – Commit to 10 minutes of some form of exercise everyday (jogging, jumping rope, salsa dancing, whatever). Meditate if you have to. Your body will thank you!
5. Learn to take 100% responsibility. If one team member takes 80 percent responsibility for their work, then you are taking 120 percent–their 100 percent share plus the 20 percent carries over to you.
6. There is strength in numbers. We all need a partner, collaborator or trusted assistant. List your top four weaknesses and consider whether this person has complimentary strengths.
7. Roll up those sleeves – Instead of just getting an earful of gossip or reports about a problem in your household, business or personal life, check on it firsthand today. Create your own problem-solving techniques by getting involved in the problem yourself.