Achieving Sustainable Wealth and Success
What you’ll learn
To create the goal, the aspiration, the energy that will propel you toward true wealth.
To understand the five circles of wealth, the five forms of capital, that comprise both personal and business success.
To understand the sequence of wealth creation that leads to sustainable wealth.
To develop plans to build wealth in each of the five circles of wealth.
This course is about the real and hard work of building the capacity to generate sustainable wealth.
Growth in your career or your company is a cycle of investing in capacities that lead to further growth and opportunities to re-invest. But, investing in growth is no longer simply about financial or material assets. Growth in the modern world requires investment in all human capabilities. The purpose of this course is to help you develop a sustainable cycle of growth in both your business and personal life.There are five forms of wealth, capital, that form a circle of wealth generation. These are Spiritual Capital, Social Capital, Human Capital, Innovation Capital and Financial Capital. Each section of this course provides an understanding of each form of wealth and presents a self-assessment and action planning model. Stephen Covey wrote that “If you want to make minor, incremental changes and improvements, work on practices, behavior or attitudes. But if you want to make significant, quantum improvements, work on paradigms.” In this course I am proposing a paradigm shift in how we personally pursue wealth and how our corporations create strategy to enhance the creation of value for their shareholders, employees, and society. Money is not in the beginning. The word, the creative spirit, purpose and values, are in the beginning. The cycle of wealth begins with a creative act of leadership that inspires unity of energy and effort. The ideas, the creative spirit, purpose and values – spiritual capital – come first. This then generates the wealth of social and human capital that stimulates innovation capital and finally results in financial capital. If not managed properly, it ends with decaying financial capital piled onto a failed moral scrap heap; an empty shell consumed by material illusions of wealth.
Section 1: What is Wealth?
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Enterprise Wealth
Lecture 3 A System of Self-Development
Section 2: Spiritual Capital: The 1st Circle of Wealth
Lecture 4 Elements of Spiritual Capital
Lecture 5 Values for the 21st Centurey Entrepreneur
Lecture 6 An Assessment of Spiritual Capital
Section 3: Social Capital: The 2nd Circle of Wealth
Lecture 7 Social Capital – A Couple of Illustrations
Lecture 8 Essentials of Social Capital
Lecture 9 Building Your Brand
Lecture 10 An Assessment of Social Capital
Section 4: Human Capital: The 3rd Circle of Wealth
Lecture 11 Elements of Human Capital
Lecture 12 Creating Your Own Learning Development Plan
Lecture 13 The ABC’s of Motivation
Lecture 14 An Assessment of Human Capital
Section 5: Innovation Capital: The 4th Circle of Wealth
Lecture 15 The Challenge to Innovate
Lecture 16 Types of Innovation – Incremental to Breakthrough
Lecture 17 The Risk Reward Ratio
Lecture 18 Building A Culture of Innovation
Lecture 19 Your Innovation Action Plan and Assessment
Section 6: Financial Capital: The 5th Circle of Wealth
Lecture 20 Perspective: Money and Life Satisfaction
Lecture 21 Managing Cash Flow
Lecture 22 Managing Your Financial Assets
Anyone desiring to build a fulfilling and lasting career.,Any entrepreneur or leader wishing to build the value, the net worth, of his or her organization.
Udemy | English | 4h 28m | 8.15 GB
Created by: Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence