Achieving a Better Bottom Line!

Achieving a Better Bottom Line!

Are you worried about your bottom line?

Are you wondering if your bottom line will hit rock bottom in this financial tsunami?

I’m pretty certain you’ll have some concerns even though you are wonderfully successful at the moment.

Like everyone else, I have my fair share of concerns and anxiety. However, I would not resort to not celebrating Christmas with the feel-good and nostalgic baked turkey, honey ham, egg nog and a few nicely wrapped presents underneath my Christmas tree. Careful budgeting and purposeful spending is wise. Scaling back unnecessarily will actually stop the economic wheels moving and in the long run is going to hurt you and I even more.

Feeling energized and empowered after 2 of T Harv Eker’s powerhouse seminars – The Enlightened Warrior Camp and Mastering The Stage , my enthusiasm in propelling my client’s business to the next level remains strong.  I have faith that the cheese is at the next corner or the one after next. Why do I have such faith when the financial storm is still brewing? I started my first business in the midst of the Asian Financial Crisis in 1998. I sowed, ploughed, and unearthed many hidden gems then.  The opportunities were there but the journey was definitely not a relaxing stroll in the park. For those who heard my story previously, my very first cheque was an awesome S$117.

For the past 2 weeks, after many, many cups of coffee listening to my clients, I can smell and sense their intense fear of uncertainties for the future. The typical sentiment is “I know I must put in more efforts in marketing my stuff, I know I must have a more decent advertising budget but I’m worried about my bottom line. What if everything goes down the drain?

The fear of losing whatever little they  have is very real, can you relate to such fear?

I’m sure you do. Everyone has a bottom line.

For a business owner, it is the net income a company has after subtracting costs and expenses from the total revenue. That net income is what keeps his business and family going.

For a salaried worker, it can be interpreted as the net income after you have paid for your necessities.

With prices soaring, value of assets declining and money shrinking, the feeling of scarcity is intensified. To fear is human, and we have to be truthful about our emotions. However, we must use our mind and emotions to our favour.

Reducing expenses can only help so much. Borrowing from the wisdom of Jay Abraham, the other options are to increase your sales, increase your sale frequency and increase your price.

I recently found another option: Change my financial blueprint and maximize my wealth dynamics profile.

We have been programmed and conditioned to think, react, response and do things in a set manner. That affects how we choose to spend, invest, save or even hoard our money, and who and how we elect to mingle and socialize with in the business arena. Many of our habits and actions are non-empowering or damaging without our knowledge.

I was privileged to be tutored by T Harv Eker for the past year, and recently have added Roger Hamilton’s wisdom in “Wealth Dynamics” to my learning and application. I now have a better understanding of my financial blueprint and wealth profile. I jumped when I heard that there’s a seminar called “THE BOTTOM LINE” coming to Singapore.

I was attracted by the promise of the program, “More Profit, Less Stress”

Would you like that as a business owner? I would.

After doing my due diligence PLUS a long and meaningful discussion with the program trainer, Allan Cheung, I gladly registered for THE BOTTOM LINE on Christmas Eve.

Why am I doing that?  Especially since I had already invested in 7 programs with T Harv Eker? Because it is going to complement what I had learned! Because I choose not to have my emotions dictate my wealth creation.

THE BOTTOM LINE is a highly interactive program for participants to discover

  • Openings to new possibilities and ways to create more wealth with less setbacks
  • Insights to how successful millionaires, and even billionaires, create their wealth with seemingly effortless ease
  • Clarity on what strategies to adopt and what actions to take

We will learn key principles of Wealth Dynamics

  • What is “FLOW” and how you must be in flow to use it to attract wealth
  • What actions to take to find your personal “FLOW”
  • What actions to take to create “FLOW” for your team
  • What actions to take to create “FLOW” for your business
  • What actions to take to ride on the repeating cycles of industries

The “FLOW” bit especially intrigue me. I’m doing what like but there were times I felt I was riding against the tides. Was I not in my flow? I don’t know. I’m going to find out.

What is unique about THE BOTTOM LINE is that it is designed for you to take action. In fact, after attending the 2-day program, you are to come back on another evening to share the actions you have already taken and listen to other people’s actions and success stories.

According to Allan, this program is regularly conducted in Hong Kong and a 100% of his participants have given it a huge thumbs up. Well, I said I did my due diligence earlier. What I did was run a quick Google check and found quite a few positive testimonials. I also discovered that the program wasn’t the typical sit-down-and-listen-only type. You can have a glimpse how fun and interactive at this YouTube video.

If you want to generate more profit for your business AND at the same time have less stress, then you really should consider this program. At an Early Bird Investment of only S$199 (USD130) – which is about what you pay for a Christmas Dinner for 2 – what do you have to lose? More importantly, what do you stand to gain from this small investment.

Er, if you are living outside Singapore, take advantage of the low airfares and get to enjoy the city while learning how to make more profits with less stress.

For those of you who’s wondering why I spent so much time and money in educating myself. Let me share with you what Jim Rohn said: “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.”

Harriet Beecher Stowe also said “When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.

T Harv Eker’s programs have turned me around in more than one way. And I’m looking forward to THE BOTTOM LINE giving me a great spin to more profits and less stress.

Where to sign up? Just click here:THE BOTTOM LINE.

8 Replies to “Achieving a Better Bottom Line!”

  1. Hi Vivienne!
    Thanks for sharing about the seminar and the benefits we accrue by attending it. I lookforward to listen to the reviews about the seminar here in your blog. I wish you a Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year 2009!
    I appreciate your efforts to educate us how to withstand these tough times. Your hardwork shouldn’t go waste as it helps many to gear up better!
    Solomon

  2. I really beleive that a good buiness person shouldn’t be worried that the “bottom line will hit rock bottom in this financial tsunami?” After all, anyone in business should know that the economy always goes through cycles. If we are in a boom, it will eventually become a recession – a vice versa. Neckties are wide, then neckties get narrow. We may not know when or how big the boom, or how deep the recession, but it will happen. Being a good business person means being prepared so when change occurs, we are only fine-tuning, not making major adjustments. I don’t know when it is going to rain, but I always have an umbrella in my car.

  3. Hi Gary

    You are most welcome.

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    Hi Solomon
    Buckminster Fuller had said “To share is to learn”.It’s my pleasure to share.

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    Hi Ron
    A good business person shouldn’t worry? The Chinese believe that there is opportunity in every crisis. In fact, the Chinese word “Crisis” is comprised of 2 other words, “risk” and “opportunity”. I like your analogy of umbrella. That was why I took up the $197 workshop on “The Bottom Line”.

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