In business numerology there are three main numbers that make up the core profile of your business. They are your:
- Business Path
- Business Expression
- Business Motivation
Today we will be looking at your business path. This is found from the registration date of your business and represents 35% of your core (business) profile.
Your business expression number also makes up 35% of your core profile, while your business motivation number makes up the remaining 30%. (We will cover those in more detail in parts 3 and 4 of the series)
You might be wondering why the three core numbers are not equally split across the board? What makes the business motivation number slightly less important than the other two numbers?
The reason is because the drive and motivation behind your business can be overridden by you, the owner or your personal numerology profile.
That is why it is so important your core profile aligns with your core personal profile. If not you may experience some unnecessary problems and obstacles.
Finding Your Path
To find your business path simply add together the numbers from the day, month and year you registered your business then reduce them to a single digit.
For example if your business was registered on the 27th July, 2010, your business path would be 1, worked out as follows:
Day: 2 + 7 = 9
Month: 7 (July is the 7th month)
Year: 2 + 0 + 1 + 0 = 3
9 + 7 + 3 = 19
1 + 9 = 10
1 + 0 = 1
Once you have found your business path number, read below to find out what your number indicates.
What Does it all Mean?
Your business path lets you know the inherent strengths your business has and the opportunities it will experience. The main strength and area of opportunity for each path is as follows:
- Building foundations
- Big picture strategists
- Compassionate tolerance
In the case of the example business registered on 27 July, 2010, the 1 path number would suit an innovative, forward thinking business that likes to be seen as the leader in its chosen field. This is also where the opportunities for this business are.
The good news is that if you are starting a new business, you have some control over the date you register it. You can choose to register it on a day that reduces to a number that best supports the function it will serve.
If you are already in business there’s not much you can do to change your registration date unless you register a new business name. In most cases this would be costly, impractical and not advised, especially if you have an existing customer base.
Instead, you can take note of the main strength and opportunity of your existing business and look for ways you can apply it in your day-to-day tasks/activities.
Bonus Tip – You can also use your business path number to help you find more clients using social media.