What is the Definition of Wealth?
You might be considered wealthy if you own a bunch of property, have a huge house, or have a wad of cash on you at all times.
A business dictionary defines wealth as ‘a measure of the value of all of the assets of worth owned by a person, community, company or country. Wealth is the found by taking the total market value of all the physical and intangible assets of the entity and then subtracting all debts.’ This is similar to the definition of net worth – assets minus debts.
To the international speakers presenting at the event, being rich is more than just having an unlimited supply of dollars and cents. Someone can own a mansion and a fleet of exotic cars but are they happy? Wealth includes more than material assets – it is deeply connected to a person’s health and sense of well-being. Achieving wealth starts by making lasting improvements in all areas of a person’s life. According to Pa’Ris’Ha, acquiring over all personal wealth is rooted in changing habitual ways of thinking:
“Your beliefs, needs and emotional patterns are invisible forces that determine how you live your life every day. Those habits can be changed! You can learn how to become stronger, more resourceful and more powerful than you ever thought possible.”
Demystifying Wealth™ is an international program, and is being offered for one day in Phoenix, AZ on March 10th, 2013 at the Thunderbird School of Global Management conference facility. Anyone not able to attend the live event has the opportunity to participate through online Internet streaming. Registration information is available at the event website: www.demystifyingwealth.com.