Insights

Who should you vote for?

The triumph of evil

Who should you vote for?

Here’s a thought on the coming fight against political extremists. (You’ll find that quote at the entrance to the Holocaust exhibition at London’s Imperial War Museum) There can be no doubt that the people want change and are gravitating towards the political extremists who promise it. The question is – do we need their sort…

What could you learn about money?

helping you achieve more

What could you learn about money?

What would YOU like to learn  – about managing your money  – for the long term? You’ll need to learn the fundamentals of course – and I can make this FUN – by showing you: How to connect your money – to what matters in your life and How to CUT the cost of saving for…

The boiling frog

The boiling frog

This NEW boiling frog story is for anyone in their 30s or 40s. Perhaps you’ve heard the story of the boiling frog before but in this NEW version, it gets out of the water – long before it gets too hot.

Self employed solace

Self employed solace

The government (rightly) backed down on this change – after I’d written this article. But I’m leaving it here because I suspect that this change, or something similar, will occur after the next election.

The happiness list

The happiness list

Hey there, how often do you stop and think about what’s really important for your personal happiness? What activities seriously lift your mood – without giving you a hangover afterwards? In this extract from one of my books – I’ll tell you mine.

No one cares what you know

Roosevelt. Care

No one cares what you know

No one cares, how much you know, until they know how much you care. What a brilliant insight, from Theodore (Teddy Roosevelt) U.S. president from 1901 to 1909. Quite clearly there are some business leaders who could learn a lesson from this. If you want to motivate people to work with you . . ….