The Game Plan is accessible to all; it is free to download and for anyone to begin to create wealth. All you need to invest is your time.
We begin with self-knowledge. Know your values (what’s important to you) and your talents (assets that cannot be taken away).
According to London Business School professors Lynda Gratton and Andrew J Scott, authors of The 100-year life, living and working in an age of longevity, we each have three types of intangible assets where we must gather data, evaluate status, and form strategies in financial planning.
Productive assets: These assets help an individual become productive and successful at work and boost income (and create wealth), e.g., skill, knowledge, location, time, energy, contacts, character, etc.
Vitality assets: These assets are vital. Mental and physical health and well-being, e.g., friendships, positive family relationships and partnerships, personal fitness, and lifestyle choices.
Transformational assets: These assets help you cope with change. They are self-knowledge, the capacity to reach out into diverse networks, and openness to new experiences.
We later explore entrepreneurial opportunities with our Ikigai proposition development framework.