Most people in the United States are working hard to generate income to provide a life of financial success/security that allows them to live a life desired by many. 

Andrew Carnegie lived a life, with one special ingredient that drove his life, and later in his life he shared it with the world through Napoleon Hill’s book “Think and Grow Rich”. 

When you read Hill’s book it is clear that the root of his philosophy was and is DESIRE. 

Financial desire is a portion of the Carnegie imaging process, which drove his life to become the richest man in the world of his time. We have broken down Financial Desire and used it over the past 40 years to guide clients to success in their financial lives. 

How does Financial Desire work? It’s a holistic approach to your financial world where you can see your whole financial picture in a Macro Economic Model (LEAP), allowing clients to see the mistakes and correct them before they happen. Our model allows individuals to simulate their financial lives out into the future see the financial negatives correct them and put losses to growth. 

Carnegie was a model-driven man which is reflected in his business. He felt that business was one of the few assets that simultaneously produced use and growth with his wealth. He looked for efficiency in all aspects and knew that the financial people were not able to deliver that to him. 

He never took a risk that he didn’t already know the outcome before he took it, therefore the only way to do this is through a Macro-Economic Model. You don’t have to own a business to utilize this process, just look for efficiency. 

Financial Desire

So what are financial desires? We all desire a financial life that performs to its full potential. Ideally, a full financial life should contain the following:

  1. Long-term wealth.
  2. Retirement Income
  3. Minimize taxes
  4. Lasting legacy
  5. Reduced cost and risk. 

Reducing it down further, a full financial life should eliminate all financial inefficiencies, which can in turn be redirected to growth. We have discovered that most people are losing approximately 10%-20% of their gross income to financial inefficiencies and they don’t know it. In the article “The Financial Iceberg Effect” I listed several of the inefficiencies that people run up against. 

The Secrets of Financial Desire is understanding that the secret is DESIRE. This is what drove not just Andrew Carnegie but others to achieve the success they did in the past and it is what drives the wealthy of today. It hasn’t changed in thousands of years. 

If you want to beat the financial system and utilize a similar system that wealthy people have been using for years just fill out the form to the right of this article and you will be directed to us. 

Thanks for reading! 

About the Author Raymond Jewell

For over 40 years, Dr. Jewell has helped thousands of clients keep more of their hard earned money using his macro economic model.

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