Numerology, or the study of numbers, has been used since ancient times to explore the nature of our world and our place within it. Its first principles are based on the assumption that words derive their power not from arbitrary social convention but from universal natural laws. The earliest applications of this science were to be found in the religions and sacred texts of India, Egypt, Persia and Babylon. Especially if you are going to be your own boss!
The number 1:
The number 1 (secretly speaking the word “one” in your mind) stands for the beginning, new ventures and unity. It also stands for leadership abilities and a strong motivation to achieve your goals.
Business names with the word one in them can be very inspiring tools for your business.
The number 2:
This number stands for cooperation as well as peace of mind. It also stands for a strong sense of community and a company that gives back. Business names containing this number are very hard working and will make sure you get the best return on investment for your money.
The number 3:
This number is all about communication, creative talents, imagination and joy.
The word itself derives from two Greek words, “numb” and “ology.”
In fact, many of the words we use in our modern language have hidden numerical values. In English, for example, you might notice that the number of letters in the name Elizabeth is 5-5-5 (E-L-I-Z-A-B-E-T-H). This is no coincidence. Business names containing this number are most suitable if you are opening up e.g. a restaurant, bar or any business that requires a fun and positive atmosphere. The word “three” (secretly spoken as “tree”) has represent the number three in all Indo-European languages, with the exception of the Latin language, where “three” was “themi”.
The number 4:
This number stands for constancy and stability. The word itself derives from the Old English “feower”, signifying four individual things, as opposed to a multiple of four (such as twelve). Business names containing this number tend to be reliable choices for those seeking long-term careers, such as doctors or accountants.
The number 6:
This number stands for harmony, marriage and love. This is the most “flexible” of all numbers. It can be turned into a word (six) or a multiple of six (such as twelve, eighteen or twenty-four). Business names containing this number are flexible in nature and are suitable for all types of businesses.
The number 7:
This number stands for spiritual fulfillment as well as selflessness.
Business names containing this number are most suitable for instruments of the government as well as non-profit organizations.
The number 8:
This number stands for power and success in business ventures. The word itself derives from the Old English “aett” meaning “article, particular occasion, ceremony.”
Business names containing this number are suitable not only for business but also for political pursuits.
The number 9:
This number stands for completion of life cycles and the conscious mind. The word itself derives from the Old English “nigne” meaning “last, final”.
Business names containing this number are suitable if you are looking for a fresh start or have already been through several business name changes in the past.
What Is In A Name?
You might be asking yourself “what does all of this mean?” or “why are you telling me all of this stuff?”
When I first learned about how powerful names are I was so fascinated that I immediately applied what I learned in real life. Language is a very powerful tool and the “secret” numbers in language can even be found in the Bible!
A few more examples you ask?
For example, look at the word “Passover.” (This is a Jewish religious holiday that commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, where houses were “passed over” when the angel of death killed the firstborn of every household in Egypt, but passed over the Israelites, who had marked their doors with lamb’s blood).
You see? There it is again! The number 18! In this case it happens to be the Hebrew letter “Peh” added to the word “asher” (English: “who”), which when literally translated means “who (Peh) passed over (asher).”
This is just one of the many examples of numbers that are used in language. Please remember: these types of names and words can be used in a good or bad way! You can use this kind of knowledge to harm people, but if your goal is self- improvement, then learn how to harness these types of powers for yourself.
You how you can apply numerology to ensure running a successful business.
Although business names and numbers may seem like an obsessive compulsive’s dream come true, there is actually a very sound mathematical logic behind it all.
The first thing you need to know is that the letters that we use in our alphabet do not represent the only sounds that can be made in a language. In fact, many languages (such as English) use letters to represent multiple sounds.
For example, in English the letter “c” can be pronounced in three different ways: the “k” sound as in the word “cat,” the “s” sound as in the word “sea,” and the “t” sound as in the word “city.”
This is called allophone.
But that’s not all! Most English words also contain double letters, such as the “pp” in “ippen.” The double “p” does not represent a double “p” sound, but the “b” sound.
The next thing you need to know is that a combination of letters can also be pronounced in more than one way.
For example, the word “writer” contains three double letters: the double “ee” does not represent a double “e,” but rather, a long “i” sound.
There are three kinds of double letters:
1.Doubles that don’t change the sound, such as “pp” in “ippen.”
2.Doubles that add an additional short sound, such as the “t” sound in “kitten.”
3.Doubles that add an additional long sound, such as the “o” sound in “boat.”
Got it? Good.
Now, here comes the fun part. Each letter in a word can be assigned a number value. As you may have noticed above, “pp” is equal to a single “b.” The letter “w” is equal to a “3.” Double letters and allophones are assigned numbers as well.
This may seem confusing at first, but this pattern is universal for all languages in the world. It would be easier to show you an example. Take the word “banana,” for instance.
1(b) 2(n) 1(a) 1(n) 4(a)
Here, the “b” is equal to one, the “n” is equal to two, the “a” is equal to one, the “n” is equal to one, and the “a” is equal to four.
Now that you know how to assign numbers to letters, you can begin learning how to assign numbers to words.
Luckily for you, other people have already done this for some of the most popular words in the English language! So you don’t have to.
In fact, there is a whole list for you to choose from! The bad news: there are over two million four-letter words in this world. The good news: the Internet is free and at your fingertips!
Now, let us begin.
While you may think that picking a name out of a hat would be easier than doing all this math, you’re wrong. You need a name that’s not only easy to remember, but also easy to pronounce and quick to say. But most of all, it needs to be unique.
It may be tempting to name your business something like “SuperiorCoin” or “UltimateSomethingOrOther.” While these names are easy to remember and say, there is probably already a company called that (and if not, there probably will be soon).
And as we’ve learned from the allophones, sometimes the name that’s easiest to say is the hardest to spell.
What you want to look for in a name is something short, sweet, and memorable. So if you’re going for the whole “easy to say” thing, you might want to avoid names with lots of Xs and Zs in them.
For some reason, these letters are always skipped over when it comes to naming things.
Really, the sky’s the limit here. As long as you keep the rules of phonetics and allophones in mind, you should have no problem coming up with a name.
Once you’ve got a short list, it’s time to narrow it down further. To do this, go through each name and ask yourself these questions:
1.How do you feel about the name? Do you like the sound of it? Does it roll of the tongue?
2.How does it make you feel? Are you attracted to it for some reason?
3.How does the name make you think of a certain feel? Good vibes? Bad vibes? Something in between?
4.How does the name make you think of a certain image or feeling? Are you imagining a happy memory? A sad memory? A confusing memory?
5.Does the name strongly correlate with something in your real life, or is it an altogether different experience?
6.How does the name interact with the other components of your persona? Will it contrast? Will it compliment?
7.And finally, will the name fit into your final persona? Does it fit the image you are trying to convey?
You’re going to be working with your final name for a long time, so if it doesn’t seem right now, it might not ever. Don’t be afraid to change it!
Once you’ve got a name you like, it’s time to…
Step 8: Make it Official!
Congratulations! You’ve managed to build your brand from the ground up. But there’s one more important step to take if you ever want to be successful, and that’s becoming an official LLC.
But what does that mean?
An LLC is a Limited Liability Company. It’s like a company, but it’s also like a person in that it has its own legal rights and protections (which is why you need to make sure you’re doing this correctly). This basically means that if anyone decides to sue your company, they can’t get anything worse than what they could get from stripping you of your personal assets.
And you, as an individual, remain safe regardless of how much the company makes or loses.
A lot of businesses forego this measure for their own company, which is a terrible idea. While it might seem like unnecessary overhead when you’re just starting out and don’t have much to lose, if you value your personal safety and future, you’ll want to protect yourself in the event of a lawsuit (or worse!)
Besides, for a relatively small amount of money ($100-300), it’s not that big of a risk to take.
So how do you do it?
Well, you have a few options…
If you’ve got a lot of money, you can go hire a lawyer to do the heavy lifting for you. While this is certainly the fastest route (and probably the safest), it’s also the most expensive. Lawyers aren’t cheap, so this might wind up costing you thousands of dollars you don’t really have.
If you’re cash poor but time rich, there’s another option! You can hire an LLC formation service to guide you through the process of forming an LLC for a smaller fee than a lawyer would charge. The upside is that these guys will talk you through everything and make sure you don’t forget anything, but the downside is that it’ll probably take a few days to get started since you’ll need to fill out a bunch of paperwork and wait for them to walk you through everything.
If you’re cash poor and time poor (i.e. most of us), then you can just read the rest of this section to learn how to form an LLC yourself. We’ll try to keep it simple, but if you need extra help, you can always look up more in-depth resources online.
First things first, we need to pick a name for our company.
You look up some companies and notice that every single one of them uses a different name.
That seems silly. Do they not know how to apply the rules of Numerology?
The numbers have a lot of power. When naming your business, you should definitely be aware of what those numbers are telling you about the future of your company.
1 is almost always an indicator of success, while 9 is almost always an indicator of failure. Two numbers you don’t want to see together are 11 or 22, which are never indications of success. Make sure your company name doesn’t add up to one of those numbers (keep in mind that words have different values than numbers).
You also don’t want to choose a company name that has already been taken. By law, you are not allowed to do this. There is a website that can help you look this up if you aren’t sure.
Finally, you want to be able to apply for your LLC without worrying about whether or not your name is going to be accepted.
Sounds like a lot, right?
It really isn’t. The website I mentioned will help you through the process of choosing the perfect company name. All you have to do is enter your company name and it will let you know right away if it can be used.
You’ll want to enter your full name, the name of your city and your state. This information is important since it allows the website to search through a wider range of database in order to give you the most accurate answer.
Once you’ve entered the required information, click the button and find out if your company name is perfectly legal or not!
You numerology business name suitability.
Your business name appears to have a great number of lucky numbers!
That’s right, your company name of 『 Rabbit Hero 』 adds up to a good amount of luck. That means that you will likely have a successful business! So you’ve chosen the perfect name.
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