One plus two does not always equal three. In finance, you can do everything right and still lose big. It is not enough to work hard, save and invest. You have to work hard on the right opportunity, be in the right place at the right time. This is The Art of Wealth.
The Art of Wealth (Black Marlin Publishing, 2012) by Dean Bahniuk addresses how strategy and execution leads to success by harnessing the energy of emotions and economics. Beginning with the purpose of money, Bahniuk teaches the reader how to make better financial decisions. The Art of Wealth addresses money, income, liabilities, investments, and assets, including the most important asset: time.
The Art of Wealth takes a macro approach in discussing economics, emotions and execution. Bahniuk says, “If I teach the big picture, advisors can fill in the details. The details are important, but road maps are most effective at 30,000 feet, not close up.” Many finance books are not effective because they lose the reader in details and terminology.
Traditional economic theory is based on the assumption that we treat gains and losses equally. We don’t. Understanding how emotions pull us to follow the herd, act for immediate satisfaction, and accept loses helps to reverse such behavior. Understanding how we think and act about money helps us to use money more effectively.
Economics creates a never ending rhythm of ups and downs. This economic energy pulls us to invest at the top and sell at the bottom. Understanding these biorhythms allows us to harness this energy and benefit from the ebb and flow. Without this understanding, you are swimming against the spring river, a losing proposition.
The most important asset is Personal Wealth. Successful management of Personal Wealth results in financial wealth. The concept of Personal Wealth and the Wealth Curve help to visualize wealth and plot a direction in obtaining it. Wealth does not happen by accident, it takes great strategy and effective execution.
The Art of Wealth is a must read for anyone who wants to make better financial decisions. Those who feel like they are always in the wrong place at the wrong time, or not making efficient decisions can benefit from reading The Art of Wealth.
Dean Bahniuk has spent more than twenty-five years in finance. He earned his MBA, CPA, CRPC designation, and holds various insurance and investment advisor licenses. Dean advises high net worth individuals and families on wealth management strategies, tactics, and execution. Taking a consultative approach, Dean practices The Art of Wealth in engineering and executing successful strategic plans. His expertise, passion, and care provide his client’s a peace-of-mind and the ability to sleep at night.
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