W3 is a wholistic approach to attain prosperity, balance, and fulfilment.
The philosophy behind W3 is rooted in Mehernosh’s strong belief in the ancient scriptures, which stresses on the development of all the three dimensions of human life – Tan, Man, and Dhan. In other words, wealth, wisdom, and wellness need to go hand-in-hand to create a successful, meaningful, and enjoyable way of life.
By focusing on the three crucial areas of your life, the W3 Philosophy is here to help you experience a life of affluence, abundance, and activeness.
“Wealth is the ability to fully experience life.”
– Henry Thoreau
Wealth can be created from various sources. But accumulating wealth from any source and spending it without foresight isn’t going to fetch your dream of being rich.
To escalate up the ladder there is a little secret. You need to know how to manage your finance, develop an attitude and habit towards savings and investments, learn cash flow management and tax planning, and so forth.
Once you are aware of the need to master the finances you can: either (a) become financially educated or (b) hire the services of an apt and trusted financial expert.
You can now take charge of developing financial mastery with the right combination of mindset and skill set.
“The mind is everything. What you think you become.”
That’s the reason you need to control, manage and master your mind. That calls for an understanding of the way in which you can effectively process your thoughts.
Here the subconscious mind plays a significant role. If you can train it to set goals, manage your time, handle pressure and the like you can increase your productivity by manifold.
It’s very simple. Your thoughts form actions, your actions develop into habits and your habits form your character. Thus, at the root are your thoughts.
So take action and master your thinking process to boost your confidence, sharpen your learning skills and enhance your overall potential.
“The mind and body are not separate. What affects one, affects the other.”
Hence, a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. And the key to a healthy body lies in good nutrition, regular exercise and proper rest.
If you work out for an hour daily it only covers one aspect of fitness. The rest depends on what you eat and how much rest you take.
In other words, a major factor to your wellbeing is your lifestyle.
You can take your lifestyle a few notches higher by mastering your stress levels, forming healthy relationships, creating a work-life balance in addition to a daily dose of exercise, diet and relaxation.