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In this episode, we’re joined once again by our resident numerology expert, Roy Kirkland, to discuss the Achievement Number!

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  • What is the Achievement Number?
  • How the Achievement Number is calculated
  • What the Achievement Number shapes your identity!
  • You personalized Achievement Number reading

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Welcome to the Numerologist podcast, where we bring you a very special guest every single week to help guide you on your spiritual journey, live with abundance, and inspire your soul.


Hi, numerologist community, and welcome back to another episode of The Numerologist Podcast, with me Rose. Today, I’m here again with our favorite numerologist, Roy. Hey, Roy.


Hey, how are you?


Very well, thank you. How are you?


I’m doing okay.


Awesome. We’re talking about the achievement number today, so why don’t we start out by explaining what the achievement number actually is?


Well, first, before we start talking about what it is, I want to preface it by saying that this is one of my favorite elements in numerology chart, because it has so many uses, and it’s so handy. Everybody should know their achievement number, has a lot to do with the personality, and the character, mostly about our early life and how we respond to things. How we’ve learned to respond to things, our habitual ways of dealing with situations. It also controls the personal years.

In other words, if you know your … how do I put it? If you know your achievement number, then you can know exactly what the personal years, months, and days are for you at any given time, and it takes less than a minute to do that.

I use it a lot in quick readings when I or the person I’m doing a reading for don’t have the time to go through all the details of the full chart. There’re some things that are easy to see with the achievement number, and there’re some things that can only be found by an expert in numerology.

But beginners almost always miss the most important and relevant things in the chart, because of not realizing the importance of this achievement number. That’s because popular astrology pretty much ignores everything, except the basic definitions of the sun and moon, if they go that far, leaving you with nothing that’s useful, and usually not even entertaining.

The majority of people trying to learn numerology have less than that to extract some [inaudible] from to impress people. That’s because most of them spend most of their time trying to memorize set meanings for the nine basic numbers, and make up definitions and metaphysics for whatever they were saying, that really don’t make any sense, whatsoever.

What I’m going to try to do is to give you some personal experience and tips about this achievement number, and some things you can do with it in order to help improve your knowledge of numerology. So that you can actually make sense of some of the most basic principles of numerology, and learn some simple ways to help you direct your own future, help you create your own future.

I think it’s the most practical starting point for anyone trying to understand numerology, and as a matter of fact, if I was writing a book on this subject, it would be my first chapter.


Wow. That’s so interesting. Let me get this right, so this sounds like a crash course in being a great numerologist. Is that what we’re doing here?


Yeah, I guess we could call it that. We’re calling it an introduction in being a great numerologist. I don’t have a problem with that. Mostly, it’s about the basics of what the achievement number can, and will do for you, once you learn how to use it properly. It’s like one of those kind of things in a science-fiction movie when they say, “What if this knowledge fell into the wrong hands? [inaudible]. It’s almost like a magic trick.

Once you know how it’s done, you can do it and amaze people, by talking them as far down the rabbit hole as they want to go.


Got it. Cool. With that in mind, where do we start?


With the calculation, nothing could be easier. The achievement number is the sum of the month and day of birth. When you ask people their birthday, that’s usually what they say. A lot of people, young and old, don’t like revealing their age, you don’t need their age, and I’m going to tell you why in a few minutes.

Even if they do give you all three pieces of the life path, which is the month, day and year. This is enough to start a good reading for them, or for yourself without even having to memorize what the life path numbers mean, all right?
Let’s see, when you have the month and day, you’re looking for the numerological sum, which means that you’re reducing it to a number between one and nine. Or you’re saving it as one of the four karmic numbers, 13, 14, 16 and 19. Or one of the master numbers 11, 22, and 33.

In fact, this is the only place in all the life path numbers, the way you work the life path numbers, that you’ll find a 33. In name numbers, it’s quite common. But the 33 shows up in the achievement number, and does not show up in the life path or in the, whatever, the birthday number. There’s no 33rd day of the month.


That makes sense, because I do remember as talking about there was no 33 in those life path numbers. How come it shows up here and not in the life path number?


Well, it’s because it’s the, in every month of the year, except for January and February, there’s a sum of the month and day that equals 33. In January, the month number is one, and the last day of the month is 31. That’s only 32, that’s a five and February, even during a leap year when they’re 29 days in February, the month number is two, and that only leaves us with 31.

March is a different story, of course, because March is the third month of the year. March the 30th is a 33, April the 29th is a 33, all the way through December the 21st, which is a 33, and so on.


Well, can you tell us a little bit about the master numbers and the karmic numbers as well. Why we should be concerned with them.


It’s important not to miss them, and the reason that it’s so important not to miss them, because the numbers ring too many bells that can distract you from what’s important.

See, we analyze most compound numbers by considering the two digits of the compound number in combination, 12 is one and three put together. The karmic numbers is special, because they have meanings that are special, and are outside of the individual digits meanings.

When we’re analyzing the achievement numbers, we start by looking at the core issues that a person’s going to experience in their life. These are a little different from the challenges of life paths, and the challenge of the birthday, and the challenges we find in the name numbers. Because there’s special characteristics of the achievement that might stand in the way of a person making the best of that number. With the master numbers, the same thing is true.
Despite what they are called, the person who has them in significant positions, still has issues like any other human being. When they are identified as being the achievement number, these issues are usually quite pronounced in their life. Let me give you some details on those.




Let’s start with 11. 11’s very positive and intuitive number. 11 is a clever thinker, as well as being a good organizer and negotiator. But the core issue is that their visionary and intuitive powers show them how things should be the way they think they should be anyway.

They tend to be frustrated when they’re not able to bring them into line with their ideals. This causes a lot of the mental tension and high-strung nature of 11s, all right?

It also shows their tendency to pursue any means they find, to learn how to do or make things different than the way they are. Once they stop beating up on themselves. This can enable them their uniqueness, the uniqueness of their character, can give them very amazing ways to vent the frustration they feel.

You can see this in many, many, many characters who have 11 as the birthday. Or let’s see, 11 or, 11’s usually the only one that pops up as a birthday number. We can see it in even more pronounced in people who have 11 as their achievement number. In fact, it’s even more pronounced as an achievement number than it is as life path. I’ll tell you why in a little bit.

13 can be innovative and somewhat visionary as well, but 13 is more experimental. The core issue usually has to do with their problem of accepting people’s advice. The 13 is the kind of person who doesn’t pay attention to the beware of dog sign, or the wet paint sign, and touches it to go, “Yeah, they’re right.” In other words, it’s a person who will test the reality around them.

But at the same time, people with this number are often good at science or law. Where finding proof is the main thrust of their occupation. When they don’t, they try to prove things a lot. When they’re not involved in one of these kinds of professions. They like to prove it.

14. Now, 14 has the more is better issue. These are the kind of people you find driving around in cars with the mufflers removed, so they make more noise, you know what I mean? They tend to be excessive, and more addiction-prone than any of the other numbers that [inaudible].

Because five has that problem, all the five numbers have that problem, but in 14, it’s pronounced. It’s like someone who tells you, “I only drink on occasion.” “Well, what’s the occasion?” “Well, I happen to have some alcohol around.”
It’s like 14s are the fives who get upset when their favorite TV show gets canceled or their favorite snack is out of stock at the store. “What? No Cheetos today. Oh, my, I’m never coming here again!” That’s 14. But at the same time, they’re very flexible and bent on enjoying themselves.

They’re good at finding or creating new things. In the past, I’ve called this the rockstar number, because of these rockstars who just start playing these long guitar solos or drum solos, and they just keep going, and going.
On top of that, the rockstars have that 14 problem that I’ve spoken up before. Being too loud, liking the party too hard, and doing things over and over again, and getting same results.

The 16, now, this one has a core issue that’s kind of complicated. You wouldn’t think about this if you’re just thinking about one and six. But it’s an issue about following your head instead of your heart.

It seems to me like people with 16 have strong instincts and intuition, and gut feelings, but they tend to ignore them. Because they believe that just what you see is what you get, or something like that. They’ll have these gut feelings, but they’ll tend to ignore them. When shopping, and ends up having to throw it away, because they find out that it doesn’t live up to its promise.

Then they’ll find that they couldn’t get a refund, things like that. You’d go out, you see these shoes, “I love these shoes, these shoes look great,” and the salesman is the perfect salesman for you. In other words, they sell you the shoes, and by the time you’ve worn them the second time, they start coming apart, they hurt your feet, and so on and so forth.

This is the 16 issue, people with 16 have to follow their gut feelings. The other issue with 16 is that they feel hurt, they feel really hurt, when other people don’t appreciate their advice, don’t follow it, ignore it completely, and so on and so forth. But, again, they’re very insightful, and have a lot of faith in other people. Even the universe in general, which includes their personal higher powers.

But at the same time, latter part of this, being, feeling frustrated when other people don’t appreciate or ignore their advice. The reason I always use that one on 16, is because it’s one and six, which makes a seven. This feeling of frustration, when other people don’t pay attention to them, is something that’s common to both six and seven, and also common to one. They’re all encapsulated in this 16, in this karmic number.

The 19 is an interesting one, it’s the tensest core issue. Because of the number itself, you figure one is the beginning, nine is the end, when we’re dealing with the numbers. This is like stretching a rubber band out to its limit, and going, “Oh, crap, what do I do now? Do I let it go? Or which hand do I let go of first? Because it’s going to snap me, whatever I do.” So on and so forth. It’s either going to break or it’s going to snap back.

In a stressful situation, people with this achievement number will usually choose the most extreme action that comes to mind. The first thing that comes to mind, and it’s probably going to be the most extreme thing. In other words, the only way to release this tension is to let it go and think it through. Otherwise, it’s going to snap, the rubber band will snap to one end or the other, or cause one to override the balance in thinking that the solution, where the solution of the situation really exists.

In other words it’s like where you, if you imagine a sort of a courtroom scene, and there’s somebody there who’s done something bad, not that bad, but just bad. There’s one side of the courtroom yelling, “Kill him! kill him!” The other one is going, “Mercy, let him go, he’ll learn.”

This is the dilemma that goes on inside the head of a person with a 19. One teacher I know uses the example of a person who can flip from one minute to the next, from Mother Teresa to Genghis Khan or Hitler. In other words, they want a final solution, but they’re just not sure how to find that balance in making that final solution.

It shows up in their everyday lives. A lot of 19’s biggest problem is procrastinating, or trying to figure things out in order to work the best. Because they’re stuck with these two, first thing in the mind solutions, and never get a chance to work their way to the middle. Especially if it’s something that happens fast, like whether or not you sign a contract or something of that nature.

Now, the next master number is 22. This number, believe it or not, has an issue with the need for approval. It’s often a problem, more so in their relationships, because they’ve come to expect a positive response to whatever they do. That’s because of the strong sense of mission that comes along with the number, and the sense of charisma. How do I put it? The validation of their own personal influence, and their ability to influence others. When something interferes with that, they get upset.

They don’t like to waste time explaining their plans in detail or proving that it’ll work. Because they have an inner sense that it will. A 22 is not a person that you ask, “Well, how’re we going to do that?” A person with the 22 achievement number.

This can sometimes be a problem, because they don’t feel like explaining it, and will end up storming out of the door of the business meeting and saying, “Don’t worry about it, I’ll show you how to do it.”

Let’s see, it’s like the basic number four that it comes from, they can’t stand the idea of needing the approval of others to do their thing. This can cause a lot of tension, especially during their first pinnacle. Because the first pinnacle is the same thing as the achievement number, gets the same number as the achievement number.

It means that this happens a lot. You’ll find a lot of kids with an achievement number of 22, who are sometimes seem like terrors to their parents, simply because they really resent being told what to do.

Let’s see, and sometimes they’ll, because of being forced to do something that they don’t want to do, or not being able to do what they want to do. It could bring a lot of procrastination, or it could even abandon some plan of theirs for the future that could bring in all the positive results of the master number 22. You see what I mean?

Like a person who runs a major enterprise, or is a tremendous worker for the disadvantaged around the world, or a master politician who people really enjoy and like. Or the owner of dozens of movie theaters, a film director who’s successful. These things are all the kinds of things that 22s can do, because the 22, whatever they do, will affect a lot of people.

Now, it also brings us I mentioned charisma, and trustworthiness, people tend to trust people with a 22 achievement number, and persistence. In other words, they won’t give up ever for any reason. They’ll use these abilities to overcome that need for approval and accomplish whatever they want to do.

That’s why it’s often called the mastermind. But in the old books, you’ll find something interesting about 22. That’s that they say this person should never get involved in anything like sorcery or black magic, because the 22 was the number that invented that phrase, by any means necessary. [inaudible] achieve their objectives. Just as a person’s a mastermind, I think I’ve even mentioned before on the podcast, they can also be a criminal mastermind, all right?
Now 33, its issue is being too sympathetic to others. It usually involves them becoming over involved emotionally with other people’s lives, at the expense of their own happiness and wellbeing. Great spiritual teachers, shining examples of what this achievement number can do. But so are tyrants and warlords, and so on and so forth.

In other words, they might for a while, do some great things for their soldiers and their people. But at the same time, because of the rest of the world around them, they’re going to go down in a terrible way. Everything they did ends up being reversed.

People with this achievement often get involved in other problems or causes in order to distract themselves from their own inner pain. Which is usually caused by the impossible expectations that they have for people, and for the future, and so on and so forth.

It can also be caused by the expectations they have for the way that they’re emotionally entangled with others. In other words, they’re always trying to reach that ideal perfect state. There’s no such thing as perfect.

Even more so than the 16, they hate it when their advice is not followed. But at the same time, they’re usually extremely good at teaching, or having the right thing to say at the right time. In other words, this is the number for a person who’s a natural counselor, teacher. It’s very good for doctors, because they have the best bedside manner. In other words, this is a person who always says the right thing to change the mood, uplift it or otherwise, bring things back to where they should be, instead of letting them go off the deep end.

Because, see, the unconscious drive of the 33 is the spiritual principle of compassion. In other words, it’s the understanding of the value of life. Most people will interpret that as being, everybody should be happy. It’s everybody should just live, but that’s usually not enough for us in this day and age. So on and so forth.


You’re so right. Now, we’ve heard about the karmic numbers and the master numbers. What about the core issues of the numbers one to nine?


Well, they’re very similar to the ones found in life path or birthday numbers such as, number one, their core issue is self-esteem, either too little or too much. Number two, is usually over-sensitivity, either they’re so oversensitive they can barely talk to people, or completely insensitive, in which way, they just seem to be crude or brutish in their manner. With the three, it’s insecurity, it’s that need for approval is so strong in the three. They always think they could do better or be better, and so on and so.

In four, it’s the fear of being over-dependent on other people. This is why fours are so good at figuring out practical things and things to do. Because they don’t want to have to depend on somebody else when the situation gets difficult, and so on. They want to know what to do, as opposed to the three, who wants to know how to be. You see?
With the five, the issue is flexibility versus being too rigid or too set in their ways. Either side of that can make for a big problem for them, and they can both make for a big problem for five achievement numbers at the same time.

In other words, there’s something that, they get a call at work and find out that there’s something that their friends are doing that they really, really want to do. But then they’ll hold on to this idea that, “No, I have to sit here and finish this job. I’d be failing myself and failing my fellow employees, if I didn’t finish this job.” Then when the time comes, they’ll get up and leave anyway, and they get the problems from both ends. They feel guilty all the way through the party.

Then they come into work the next day and find out that there’s a big problem, because they didn’t finish what they were supposed to do. You see what I mean? This is five life.

The six, their big issue has to do with responsibility. Either avoiding it, or carrying the responsibilities and duties out at the expense of their happiness and wellbeing.

The seven is an issue of a lack of or too much faith. Sometimes it’s an issue about being different. In other words, sometimes the seven is like someone who’s a musician, who spends most of their time at home practicing. Then when they do go out to have a social life, if it’s not among people who pretty much do the same thing that they do, they’ll just feel so different. It’s hard for them to meet new people, and so on and so forth.

These are people who bring their work home with them, and carry their work to parties and meetings, and so on and so forth. This is the seven issue. It may also have to do with faith. Person who’s a seven achievement number can often be very, very religious. I don’t just mean a traditional religion, I can also mean spiritual, to the point where it’s overwhelmed their life.

On the other hand, a seven could be a total atheist, who doesn’t want anything to do with any new edgy or fluffy stuff, or you believe in what kind of stuff. Seven, as you see, as the numbers get bigger, the issues get better, bigger.

The eight, their issue usually has to do with too much focus on things like money, authority, personal power. In other words, there’s either too much focus on the lack of it, or too much focus on protecting it, or too much focus on acquiring the things, these material things.

One way or the other, the focus is too strong on one of these issues, or there can be too much focus on one of these aspects of material life. This has to do with their need for security, the eight has a basic need for security and consistency in the things that are going on around them.

Nobody gets more upset when their investments drop a little bit than an eight, let’s put it that way. Nobody gets more excited and starts thinking about taking greater risks, when their investments are all going up. It brings up those kinds of issues.

The nine has an issue with absorbing the emotional pain of other people. Now, this is important, because what happens with nines is that they tend to be protective by nature. But the way they tend to protect is by either being so compassionate that they are willing to do anything for the person, or by absorbing their own pain and taking it on, internalizing it and start feeling like it’s their problem. They create their own problems, in other words by assuming that, “Oh, yeah, that sounds like me. It must be me.” Plus the nine can take on any of the other eight core issues at any given time. Because nine is supposed to be containing them all.

I’ll be talking about this more in the future, because we want to move on and talk about the other interesting aspects of the achievement numbers.


Yes. What else can you tell us about the achievement number, Roy?


Well, this is where it really gets interesting, because of how many ways it functions in a numerology chart.


In what way?


Well, first, the achievement number is the same number of the first pinnacle. In other words, with the four pinnacles, the way you calculate them, the first pinnacle or the pinnacle of attainment is the numerological sum of the month and day. We reduce the achievement number to do this [inaudible].

If it’s one of those 13s or 14s or something like that, we generally reduce it in order to find out what the number is. You add up the month and day, and this is the way you get the number of the first pinnacle, it’s also the way you get the achievement number.

The common way to calculate the pinnacles is by reducing first, but if you add together the month and day, it’s easy for the subtotal to come out as one of the karmic or master numbers. This is something that will really give you a lot of juice in the reading. Because say, the first pinnacle is seven, but the achievement number actually turns out to be 16.

You can look at that whole area of their life, that whole first portion of their life as being under the number of 16, as opposed to being under the number of the first pinnacle. In other words, by learning to read the achievement number, you’re learning to read what happens during the first pinnacle.

Now, the first pinnacle can last anywhere from 27 to 35 years of age. This basically tells the story of the first person, first portion of life. When we get the numbers one through nine through for the pinnacle, that tells us some things. We can see the achievement, its one of the karmic or master numbers, and that’ll tell us more.

From there, we can see that by studying the pinnacle and the achievement number together, we can often tell the story of how the experiences of youth develop into the core issues that one will tend to face in life, you see?
This is especially true when we look at the formative life path cycle number, because you can compare it to that achievement number or first pinnacle. Or you can use this to be the background of the circumstances in which the productive cycle number, the pinnacle number, and the achievement number experience life.

You see, what I mean, in other words, the formative life path cycle, the month number of the birthday, is sort of like the stage, and the pinnacle and the achievement number are sort of like the plot. The plot of the play. This is real numerology by the way, it’s not something that you can easily memorize, and I’ll say that again, it’s not something that you can easily memorize. But once you have the basic principles, you have a lot to say about this. Because it will be easy for you mentally, to say to yourself, “Well, we’ve got the stage, we’ve got the plot, and let’s see what they need for their personal growth and development. What they experienced in their early lives, and where that’s going.”

Then you’ve got a little 10 page book out of just the month and day of birth. If you know the whole life path, then you know when the pinnacles change comes. Because the pinnacle, the first pinnacle lasts from, you take 36 and then you subtract the life path number from 36. That’s the year in which the first pinnacle ends. You see.


What … sorry, go on, Roy.


No, no. Really, it’s like a developmental counseling session. Basically [inaudible] becomes, it’s a little book in itself.


I like [inaudible] analogy. What I will say to our listeners, if you are a bit unsure about the pinnacles, Roy and I did a podcast about that, a couple of podcasts ago. I will link that in the show notes here if you want to go and find out a little bit more about the pinnacle numbers. But moving over the achievement number though, what is the second example?


Now, the achievement number is funny, because it has its own response to any sort of challenge, either with its positive traits or through the issues one is working through in life. In other words, if you know the major life challenge, which is operating throughout life, the achievement numbers gives you a powerful way to take it on and grab that challenge bonus. That challenge bonus, as I call it elevates the entire chart, all the numbers in the chart are brought into more positive aspects of their own nature, by when you work with the challenges. Especially when it turns out to be the reduced version of the achievement number.

Say someone has an achievement number of 33, and their major life challenges is six. This is an example of that, of how the challenge becomes more important than the life path number itself [inaudible]. The birthday challenge and its gift is pretty much along the same lines, because it’s really powerful for achieving your goals, especially if one of them matches the achievement number.

I know one author who read any of the parts of the achievement number in this way to identify this sort of issue. Also, the main challenges, especially the hearts desire and the soul urge challenge, or one of the lesson numbers, the numbers that aren’t strongly represented in the name when it’s converted numerologically. We’ll be covering this subject in depth in the second podcast coming about the expression number.

Matching the achievement can have a lot to say of great importance to the person who’s being read that dives into numerology. In other words, outside of all the challenges numbers in the chart, such as life path, the expression, and others, have their own interactions with each achievement number, whether they’re the same or not. In other words, say a person has an achievement number of four, and they have an expression number of three, there’s a certain interaction there that’s unique to the achievement number. Which will have to do with finding the easiest path or solution to any sort of problem that they may be having. As far as self-expression or advancing their own cause is concerned.

It’s a very useful number for understanding challenges. Like I said, we’re going to be doing a lot about this in the podcast and in the blog post. Showing number comparisons and how they work, and so on and so forth. The achievement number is basically going to be the star of that particular post.


Absolutely. Sounds like a very interesting number. What about the third and final way, then?


This one’s very easy for beginners to pick up, it’s the best way to start learning the achievement number. Because this is one of the most powerful, quick reading tools in numerology. The focus of this little talk is that the achievement number controls the personal year cycle. This is extremely important to know.

If you take any year and add it to your achievement number, the numerological sum is your personal year. We use this all the time, we use it in our … what do we call the report that I write every year?


The prosperity planner?


Prosperity planner, yes, that’s exactly how I do it. I look at the achievement number, and then I can see what the universal year is. This year is 2020, so it’s a universal year four. Compare it to the achievement number and boom, I know what’s going on. Now … excuse me. Now, if a person has an achievement number, a one, it’s a personal year five, because the achievement number plus the universal year number equals the personal year number.

Once I know the person’s achievement number, I can talk to them about this year or last year or the year in the future, what they’re planning for next year. “Oh, next year, you’re thinking about moving, aren’t you?” “Oh, my God, yes.”

I get that all the time just from comparing the calendar year number to the achievement number. “Oh, last year must have been pretty tough as far as financial matters were concerned.” “Oh, yeah, we had a problem with this and that, and the other.”

It’s automatic, it’s almost like cold reading people. But with cold reading, you have to learn a whole bunch of stuff, with the achievement number you don’t. Let’s see, so I can also see the core powers and issues, and whether they’re coming out as they should, under the influence of these other numbers.

Now, not only that, not only with the year number, but the month number, which is standardized as one through twelve. In other words, if August is the month that you’re looking at, you add an eight to the year number, which in the case of 2020, would be twelve or three. Then you add the achievement number to it, and you know what the personal month is.

You can do the same thing with the day. You add up the day, month and year that you’re looking at, and the numerological sum of that number plus the achievement number gives you the personal day. What could be simpler?
Sometimes I’ll take it down to the day, but I rarely do that. I only want to do that when I want to find a day on which something is most likely to happen. In other words, I’ve been talking about to somebody, “Well, so how is your job hunt going?” Or something like that. They tell me, “Well, I’ve got three interviews, I’ve got one on the fifth, one on the ninth, and one on the 17th.”

I notice that the month number is extremely good. I’ll say, “The one on the ninth should be good for you.” Usually, I’m right, 99% of the time, I’m right. When I’m wrong, it’s because there’s something I’m not overlooking, I mean, I’m not looking at in your chart. Something having to do with [inaudible].

This is exactly the way we work with this achievement number. Not only that, when we get to the intensity table, we’ll see the intensity of different numbers in the name. We can use those to determine the strength of how accurate this little prediction is going to be. There’s a lot more in the advanced study of numerology that can go into the study of the achievement number. Because anything, anything has a resonance with the achievement number, and it always has an explanation that makes sense.

In other words, the achievement number ties together the entire chart from both the predictive and the psychological viewpoint. It ties together the name numbers, and the life path numbers. It may be the most important number to study whenever you’re studying personal numerology.


Wow, now that’s a lot. I’m sure that everyone here in this will want to find out how they can learn more about the achievement number, and what it has to say in their own charts. Have you got any suggestions about how people can learn a bit more?


Yeah, well, there’s some great information about the achievement number in the reports that we currently produce. Especially the prosperity planner, which covers all 12 months of each personal year. From the angle of financial wellbeing mostly. But there’re going to be more ebooks and articles on the achievement number coming from me as we move forward. The various cycles in name numbers are also going to be available as they are put together.

As long as you stay tuned to the site, you’ll learn everything there is to know about this achievement number, and you won’t get any numerology like this anywhere else on the planet.


Awesome. What I will say to anybody listening to this, if you are interested in that prosperity planner, it normally comes out every November, but you can only usually get it if you’re on our mailing list. I’m going to put a link in this, in the show notes, so you can get on that mailing list, so you can get the exclusive access to the prosperity planner when it comes out. But until then, thank you, Roy, and we’ll see you next time.


I’ll be glad to be here next time, because let’s see, what’s our next subject [crosstalk]?


I think we’re going to talk about the birthday numbers next time.


Love those. I love those guys. The birthday numbers are a lot of fun because they’re very helpful in understanding the second life path cycle. The cycle of productivity. I’ll look forward to it, and we’re going to have a lot of fun with that.


Absolutely. I can’t wait. All right, Roy, I will speak to you soon. Thank you.




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