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The client was a professional mentor. I was asked to write a one page piece that would entice Ultra High Net Worth potential clients. 


So, you’ve well and truly made it. You have more money than most people would know what to do with. You’ve gleefully proven all your doubters and detractors wrong. If, as the 1980s aphorism insisted, “He who dies with the most toys wins,” is valid, you’ve won. And, like the immortal Frank Sinatra, you’ve done it your way. Congratulations!

But… there’s something missing. You’re not even sure what it is. Whatever it is, it’s burrowed a hole into your whole and you can’t fill that empty. Whatever it is, it’s elusive. You’ve consulted psychics, mystics, gurus and Holy men. You’ve sought it on the High Streets and the malls, on EBay and Amazon. All for naught. And now you’re wondering if you truly have won the game of life, or if you ever will.

From the moment we become conscious of the world we live in, we are bombarded with offers, all of which promise, “This will make you happy.” But the happiness delivered by those goods and services offered and purchased is fleeting.

Whatever it is, it’s not for sale, nor can it be bestowed upon you by others. Whatever it is, it’s inside you. But perhaps you’ve never really conducted a thorough search inside yourself for it. If so, you’re not alone.

Most of us are hesitant, if not afraid, to conduct a thorough audit of our souls. Probing our psychological and spiritual constitutions can be a perilous endeavor, primarily because it requires complete honesty. It is so much easier to be the person others want us to be than to discover and become who we really are. But, honestly, is there any point in living life as an impostor? Is there any satisfaction in that?

Since the moment humans were created, or crawled from the primordial muck, philosophers have pondered the meaning of life. If you yourself have given consideration to that enduring puzzle, perhaps you’ll agree that the purpose of life is to become the best versions of ourselves we can possibly be. If you have the time and intestinal fortitude, you can accomplish that yourself. But if you want to maintain or grow your empire, with all the time and energy that demands, you’re going to need some help in becoming the best version of yourself.

Because your business life is an important part of your life and your quest for happiness and fulfillment, the person you’re looking for should be learned in matters of commerce and personal development. That person should understand the world of business, whatever your business may be, as well as being capable of guiding you inside yourself to find whatever it is that is missing from your personal recipe for happiness and fulfillment. Ladies and gentlemen, please allow me to introduce myself

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