When I heard about this story yesterday, it brought a big smile to my face.

Freewave Technologies, a company in Boulder, Colorado was founded in 1995. In 2007 Freewave made an investment which has paid handsome dividends. Instead of keeping the $9 million windfall for themselves, the two owners decided to SHARE the deal with their nearly 100 employees.

They figured EVERYONE benefits when rewards are given as gratitude for the company's success.

Now isn't that refreshing to hear.

Not surprisingly ‘Freewave Technologies' adds up to an highly fortunate name number – 17/8. This vibration symbolizes both immortality and prosperity.

With a 17/8 name number it's not surprising that, in 14 years, this company has had no layoffs. Amazingly, Freewave has had profits each and every month since it hired its first employee. Additionally, employees get company-funded retirement plans and bonuses based on profits and growth.

The owners of Freewave Technologies certainly understand how to motivate and create success.

Every one of us wants rewards for work well done. When you happen to be in a position to help those who have helped you succeed, your life is doubly blessed.

Don't you wish this kind of story would be covered more by the media. Constant reminders of desperation are dangerous and self-defeating. Sooner or later what you focus on returns to you manifold.

Instead, focus on what you CAN do.

Never underestimate the helpful nature of a highly fortunate name. It creates an irresistible force. A force supporting you and all your goals.

Numbers are active whether you are aware of them or not.

I bet you the owners and employees of ‘Freewave Technologies' don't realize how the wealth-generating nature of their company name is helping them prosper. The name number is active nonetheless.

So, if anything, be sure YOU have a fortunate name.

Warmest Regards,
Tania Gabrielle

2009-03-13T11:59:35+00:00March 13th, 2009|Business, Fortunate Names|0 Comments

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