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Sunday, December 31, 2006

I recently took the Roger Hamilton's Wealth Dynamics profile test online. Roger runs XL Results Foundation, Asia's leading entrepreneur and social enterprise network.

The "Wealth Dynamics" profile test is designed to match your personality, natural style and talents with strategies to create wealth. It's a bit like a Myers-Briggs test with a focus on how to leverage your natural "profile" to create wealth.

OK, maybe it's just a bit of fun, but I thought I'd give it a try.

The test gave me an number of personal insights, and overall, the greatest learning I came away with was the concept of teaming up with complimentary "profiles" to leverage each others' talents.

I came out as a "Star" profile, with strong "Dynamo" and "Blaze" frequencies. Here's my profile.

According to the system, "leaders of the most successful new start-ups are always Creators and Stars with dynamo frequency. The leaders of companies that are acquiring market share and market presence in a consolidating industry are always Supporters and Deal Makers with blaze frequency."

Having worked with so many start-ups and companies with a focus on acquiring market share and new business, this made perfect sense to me.

As a "Star", apparently, my strengths are "quick to deliver; quick to connect; can take an idea and run with it; can think on their feet; can improvise quickly in tricky situations".

And, "Great Stars have entrenched themselves in their niche, so anyone with a new product or promotion is likely to be attracted to that Star to support them."

Also, to build wealth I should align myself with "creators & deal-makers" (read: CEO's & Entrepreneurs) to give me the catalyst of content & deals that I can promote.

In a nutshell, if you want to rapidly grow your start-up... just add a Dynamo!

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