Articles by Paul Claireaux

How to prevent arguments about money

and minimise the need to talk about it at all

Arguments about money

How to prevent arguments about money

and minimise the need to talk about it at all

If you have arguments about money with your partner – or you sense an argument is brewing – this Insight is for you. You might also find this Insight useful even if ‘money is no problem’ in your home, currently, or to share it to help others.

Throw away your dream board

and visualize the right thing

Voodoo dream boards

Throw away your dream board

and visualize the right thing

A lot of personal coaches will tell you that to boost your chances of success on your biggest life goals, you need to imagine yourself having achieved that goal. Many will also suggest that you create a dream board (aka Vision Board) with colourful pictures of everything you want, or believe you will become, to…

Build more trust in your business

And help build trust in your industry

Build Trust in your business

Build more trust in your business

And help build trust in your industry

If you manage (or run the marketing for) a financial services business – offering advice, financial products or both – then this Insight is for you. If you’re a customer of financial services – you might find it interesting too 😊

Local Networking groups, what are they good for?

Absolutely nothing to some - and plenty to others

Networking

Local Networking groups, what are they good for?

Absolutely nothing to some - and plenty to others

If you’re a small business owner or ‘solopreneur’ (like me) this Insight on Networking is for you. This is a follow-up to an earlier Insight on dealing with networking nerves and if your Networking group offers good prospects for you but you suffer from networking nerves, just read that Insight. Here I’ll challenge the idea…

Planning to be a parent?

Great. Just be sure to grasp the money issues too.

Happy couple

Planning to be a parent?

Great. Just be sure to grasp the money issues too.

Take a look at this short video about the pensions gap that can open up when one parent (typically ‘mum’) takes time off to raise children.