The key lies in one’s perspective.

In an initial step, the task is to analyse how one’s wealth situation actually lines up. That comes from asking questions such as:

  • Where do problems lurk, or where are they presumed to be?
  • What is one’s vision for the accumulated wealth?
  • Which needs should that wealth satisfy?

Decisive in such an analysis is the ability to alter one’s perspective; in other words, by gaining more distance and viewing the wealth matrix holistically. As a result, the bigger picture comes into focus: how everything is intertwined, which factors mutually influence what and how, and which interests lie beneath the surface. Things that otherwise remain hidden and are frequently only the source of vague conjecture suddenly come to light. With that knowledge in hand, the most suitable and highly personalised solutions and strategies can be devised.