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Roger James Hamilton and the Uncovering of the Natural Flow

By Corwin Smith Subscribe to RSS | December 17th 2011 | Views:

There is a serious debate across the globe regarding the futility of the reason behind the building of the great Chinese wall. It is a known fact that for every kilometer of the wall that was constructed approximately a thousand people died. The main purpose behind the construction of the wall was to keep the barbarians from the west from invading China. But many scholars still believe that the Chinese wall was built for the purpose that remained unresolved. Something similar can be said about the existing system of wealth creation that was created to eliminate all the flaws that were inherent in the earlier systems of wealth creation. But the new system that was created itself had so many lacunas in it that it can be considered to be an analogy to the great china wall. And it took one man to point out the flaws in the existing system that had been giving birth to one recession after another. The name of that person was Roger James Hamilton. And he himself was the victim of the same system that he considered to be the safest system of economics that could be considered.

It took Roger James Hamilton some ten years to realize that there had to be a system of wealth creation that would take care of all the flaws that were prevalent in the present system. The ten years that he spent while working as an entrepreneur that led to the loss of some $130 million; He called those years as the most fruitful years of his life. And he realized that just like nature plays one of the most important of roles in almost all the other activities that human being is involved in, the same thing is applied to the art of wealth creation. And Roger made it clear to the world that as long as the role of nature is not acknowledged in the art of wealth creation, the world of economics would remain the same.

And in order to prove his point to the world Roger James Hamilton devised the theory of wealth dynamics that comprehensively states and explains the role of nature in the art of wealth creation. According to the theory of wealth dynamics before a human being embarks on the journey of wealth creation for himself he needs to find the natural flow that is hidden deep within him. And as long as that natural flow would remain hidden the flow of wealth would neither fructify nor would be justified.

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