The Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory book is a must read for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs as well as network marketers.
Have you ever wondered why some people easily create wealth through business while others don’t? Have you ever wondered why some people work their business throughout their life time leaving no legacy behind while others leave a legacy for their unborn generation? Have you ever wondered why some people retire early from business to enjoy their labour while others work themselves to death? Have you ever wondered why some people run multiple businesses successfully while others can’t manage one?
The answer to these questions and many more lie in the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory!
Introducing . . . The Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory
I first developed the idea about the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory after examining closely over 1000 successful business people. The business quadrant is illustrated below:
The Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory states that:
To become wealthy from business, wealth must flow from active income business quadrants to passive income business quadrants working from home or office.
In the diagram above, the top and bottom left quadrants is the active income business quadrants while the top and bottom right quadrants is the passive income business quadrants.
What the theory state in essence is that for you to create wealth through business, you must move from the active income business quadrants to the passive income business quadrants. In other word, you have to move from left side of the quadrants to the right side.
Furthermore, every business you see today must fall in one side of the four quadrants. It must either produce active or passive income working from home or an office.
How would you know which of the quadrant a business fall? What about the secret, rules to creating wealth using the business quadrants wealthflow theory? What are the processes for moving from the active side of the quadrant to the passive side of the quadrants? What are the businesses you can combine in the quadrants for multiple streams of income?
Find out in the soon to be released book:
Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory
The book starts by introducing the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory (TM), an illustration of the four primary ways to create wealth through business. In the upper left Q1, there is AIHB (for Active Income Home Business), the lower left Q2 has AIOB (for Active Income Office Business), the upper right Q3 has PIHB (for Passive Income Home Business), and the lower right Q4 has PIOB (for Passive Income Office Business).
Look over at the picture above; you should be able to make it out. Much of the rest of the book refers back to this diagram at one point or another, so having a good understanding of it is important. In fact, before the introduction ends, Jetro notes that to create wealth, you should focus on the right side (the Q3 and Q4 side).
The first chapter begins to introduce the idea of the four quadrants in more detail, as well as noting that knowledge of the quadrants can mean the different between being wealthy and being poor. It then goes on to explain each of the quadrants in detail giving examples of businesses that feature in each quadrant.
The second chapter starts to introduce the two main features of the business quadrants. The focus is on the type of income you earn and where you work from. According to Jetro, there are mainly two types of income to earn from business namely active and passive. He goes further to state that some people mistake portfolio income for passive income. There’s a few side discussions in the chapter clarifying his definitions and expanding where he suggests people who wish to be wealthy should focus their attention (in the right quadrants i.e. Q3 and Q4). The other feature focus on whether you work from home or an office.
The third chapter covers the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Golden Rule of Wealth. The rules states: “Use 80 percent of your active net income to build passive income business and live on 20 percent.” Jetro discusses how the golden rule of wealth relates with the Business Quadrants secret rule of wealth used by many successful business people. He then goes on to explain how to create wealth through business applying the rules.
The fourth chapter discusses why active income is not the best. He then explains why majority of people are in these quadrants. He further discusses why passive income is a viable alternative. To cap it, Jetro explain how the Business Quadrants Wealthflow golden rule can help a person move from active to passive income business quadrants.
The fifth chapter covers the Business Quadrants combination rule for multiple streams of income invented by Jetro himself. This chapter pointed to how economic recession, poor standard of living, poverty, increase financial obligation, high cost of living has forced many people around the world to pursue more than one business at the same time. He then explains how the Business quadrants Combination Rule for multiple streams of income can help you choose the best form of businesses to combine.
The sixth chapter covers important wealth rules proposed by others and how they relate to the Business Quadrants Wealthflow theory. Jetro explains further that one of the keys to business and wealth is discovering the rules and then following them. If you do, you can grow into being successful and if you master them then you will thrive at business and thrive financially.
The seventh chapter covers transition within the Business Quadrants. Jetro explains how different factors make it necessary for people to move from one side of the quadrant to the other. The major transition as explained is from active to passive income business and vice versa. This transition focuses on the income opportunity. The other major transition is moving from home business to office business and vice versa. This transition focuses mainly on comfort and expansion. The chapter concludes by recommending the best form of transition.
Chapter eight covers how to switch from an employee to an entrepreneur using the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory. Jetro explains the concept of the theory and how it can influence your move. He then goes on to explain steps to switch from employee to entrepreneur and how to prepare yourself for the move.
Chapter nine discusses network marketing as a passive income business. Jetro explains why many people fail in network marketing because of their lack of understanding of the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory. He explains when network marketing becomes an active and passive income business and how to launch a successful network marketing passive income business.
In chapter ten, Jetro ventures into ideas for home and office business opportunities. He briefly discusses over 150 business ideas to create active and passive income online or offline. He further explains how to come up with the best business ideas for creating wealth using the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory.
In chapter eleven, Jetro discusses the secret of promoting businesses in each of the business quadrants. The knowledge of how the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory influences marketing method(s) can mean the different between success and failure. This chapter also provides valuable information that can help you save money that would have been wasted on unprofitable marketing method(s).
Chapter twelve covers the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory for raising capital for business. It discusses sources of raising fund for business and how they apply to each side of the quadrants. The knowledge of how the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory influences your choice of capital can mean the different between starting early and waiting endlessly for startup fund.
The book ends with a recap of how to choose the best business based on your knowledge of the Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory.
This book is a must read for students, graduates, aspiring and existing entrepreneurs, network marketers, investors and all who desire passive income. GRAB A COPY!
This post is an introduction to the book ‘Business Quadrants Wealthflow Theory‘.