Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Moolah Power

Moolah is a Fijian word meaning 'Moolah'. This word may be the origin of the English slang for 'Money'.

 Any body can make
Moolah if you are with wiTdom. It is raining Moolah at wiTdom Moolah festival.
An absolute power in modern society—Moolah makes everything clicks! It remains the single source of almost all temptations and motivations ever known to man—entire empires and kingdoms have been raised and decimated for the lure of the lucre. Today, when social scientists raise ethical issues over the nature of man’s relationship with Moolah, many agree about the constructive potential involved in making it. But at the end of the day the most eternal of all facts is that—all of us need it!

Our attitude towards Moolah reflects our attitude towards life. Moolah is an exchange system between ourselves—our goods, services, skills and creativity, self-expression—and what we need from the world—approval, admiration, status, lifestyle, goods, services. Therefore, our attitude towards Moolah is intimately tied up with our sense of self-worth and self-belief, our sense of security, our value system and our worldview.

New age thinkers frequently overlook the importance of the means of acquiring Moolah. In the Indian scriptures, four aspects are considered important to human existence: dharma or righteous action, artha, the pursuit of wealth, kama, the pleasure principle and finally moksha, liberation. Artha and kama are sandwiched between dharma and moksha to indicate that they must be pursued with due regard for ethical norms and keeping the goal of liberation in mind.

I recall having accountability drilled into me as a child. “My mother would keep accounts and would even follow up on an expenditure of five paisa. We were supposed to tell her how we spent every paisa.”

The early training has given me a strong sense of responsibility in handling money. “As far as my investment tactics are concerned.”

Atul Sikrai
Sr Vice President & Head Equities
wiTdom investment advisory.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Treasure Hunt its Mind Game.

Usually powerful thoughts beget positive actions. The more you think about something, the more you believe in it. Beliefs motivate you to act. And actions have consequences.
You simply need to find what thought stimulates the wealth flow.
If you think that becoming rich is just an impossible dream, then you are not likely to receive more wealth because of your thoughts. It is the universal law of attraction that is at work, even in the material world of finances.
Instead of believing that you need to move mountains to become rich, try telling yourself that "money comes easily and frequently." Say that often to yourself and believe in it.
If there is any doubt at all about how easy money can flow into your life, that doubt will attract a negative force that prevents you from creating wealth.
Money begets money. The universe works according to a natural process of filling and emptying. To get more money, you have to give money. But the act of giving has to come from your heart; otherwise, the law of attraction will view the gift of money as a mere sacrifice, or an act that affirms your lack of money.

Giving more money is a positive act that strongly shows your belief that money comes to you easily. The universal law of attraction will work by responding to your outflow with an inflow, oftentimes greater than what you give out.

Visualize receiving money

Ask and you shall receive. That is how the universe works. Junk all conservative thoughts about money. Stop thinking that the world doesn't owe you material reward. It is this negative attitude about the world working against you that prevents you from reaping all that the world has to offer.

Starting today, picture yourself surrounded with earmarks of wealth and feel it. Change your negative attitude about money. Feel the excitement. Wealth may be on its way.
Always Yours,
Atul Sikrai
Sr Vice Precident & Head Of Equity
wiTdom investment advisory.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Wealth Foot Prints.

The drawing of Laxmi's footprints are used as a magic charm in India. Women draw these small, auspicious footprints on thresholds at twilight to welcome Lakshmi, who bestows wealth and wisdom, health and good cheer." Goddess Lakshmi, consort of Lord Vishnu, is also the goddess of wealth and prosperity. The word ''Lakshmi'' is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksme, meaning "goal." Lakshmi, therefore, represents the goal of life, which includes worldly as well as spiritual prosperity. Worship Goddess Lakshmi for promotion, success and personal virtues. Praying to Laxmi you will learn how to be truly feminine and win everybody's admiration.
What is genuine wealth? According to Sustainability Within a Generation, genuine wealth is based on a simple premise: that in order for our communities to be truly sustainable, we need to ensure that our total wealth or all forms of capital are in their optimum condition and that they are managed in accordance with the values of citizens. The model is based on the words "genuine", which means to be true to one's values or authentic, and "wealth", which comes from the old English, meaning "the conditions of well-being." Taken together we have a model that measures the conditions of well-being of a community or organization in accordance with the values of its citizens. The Genuine Wealth model is a new tool for measuring not only the well-being of a community but also for charting a sustainable course toward economies of well-being.
Atul Sikrai
Sr Vice President  & Head Equities
wiTdom investment advisory.