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Let’s start living in reality, viewed from a new perspective.  Observe your money and wealth from what’s most important to you. Learn how this changes your sense of what defines your true wealth.

The time to choose that view is now.

Why might we accept a definition of Wealth that does not serve us?   It’s time to reevaluate.

eawahs 4 worksheetWe are bombarded with messages that influence how we judge ourselves, our relationship with what we buy and what we can afford. Sadly, the number of advertising messages we see each and every day is staggering:  up from over 3000 in 2007 to an estimated 5000 to 20,000 per day for the average person. There are so many images and messages our brains cannot even process them. Here’s the stats: Exposure to advertising.

When the definition of WEALTH is been defined by others — especially those interested in selling you products, services and ideas that may serve them more than you or your family, you live with a sense of lack.

It is time to stand back and see the true wealth in your life.

We all feel wealthier when we learn to transform our relationship with money.

Let’s start with being able to confidently say …..

My real wealth starts in knowing what financial risks I can take. I no longer fear doing something wrong. Real wealth includes time to do what’s important to me and being clear about where I am financially. I am confident my hard-earned money is serving my family and not being transferred away needlessly to others. I gain knowledge from experts dedicated to providing unique information that is typically available only to the well-connected.

EAWAHS - 2009What does it mean to have TRUE WEALTH?

How do you feel when you live with a feeling of abundance in your life. If you define wealth by the money you have, the size of your house or the car you drive – you may find yourself constantly looking at what you can’t afford.  While money is part of our Circle of Wealth, it is defined differently. Real wealth typically includes what money may never be able to buy.

The key to increasing your wealth is to increase how money serves your real or true wealth. Increasing real wealth can be helped by using money efficiently. This brings additional happiness and satisfaction into your life and the lives of others because it increases the financial resources for serving what’s important.

The PFP program helps you understand the relationship money has with real wealth. MONEY IS IN YOUR WEALTH CIRCLE BUT IT IS NOT REAL WEALTH. According to Evonne Ryan, the Wealth Strong® Life Solutions founder:


Think about this statement.  Wouldn’t it be great if your real wealth in life was truly served by the money that comes through your life? This is where Certified Financial Coach™ professionals and other educators who work with PFP subscribers step in.   They help people understand how to make the utility of money become efficient to grow both the money in your life and your true wealth.

After realizing the truth about money’s intended role, the PFP program then helps you open your mind to observing money so it serves you and your family.  Isn’t this better than being trapped into working to support debt, spending money to keep up pretenses or unknowingly transferring away money to others, who know how to make money work more for them, not you?  Your money is meant to comfortably support your true wealth.

We saw that 59% of Americans fear running out of money, but shouldn’t the bigger fear be living without true wealth in life?  Remember Scrooge, who realized much too late that money alone can’t buy happiness?

It is time to observe how we define worth.

Who has the right to judge anyone by the dollars they accumulate?  Once you understand and live with gratitude in recognition of the true wealth in your life, you will never again let anyone judge you for any outward material object. Having financial confidence means no one can ever judge your true worth again.

Just notice something a little different. What is the purpose of the money you have?

It comes with understanding money and its relationship to the real wealth in your life, to take control, to make money do the job it is intended to do: efficiently serve you as a utility.

By the way:  You already have a level of Personal Financial Power in your life. You may not even recognize it. As you start to grow more Personal Financial Power, one of the first concerns is to understand how money may be serving others more than you. 

This is called a “wealth transfer.” You’ll learn more about these in the Power section of our website.