Winston Churchill was famous for many things but perhaps his greatest asset was his speaking power. People follow leaders who communicate well. That said, we’ve been reminded this year, that some people follow overconfident fools. A subject we’ll come back to another time. Today I want to focus on what Churchill did differently to make…
If you – or someone you care about – is a UK investor and invested a few years back (like many people did) into one of those ‘balanced’ funds, then you should read this. But first – watch the cartoon above – it has 4 parts.
Here’s riddle number 3 in this series. What’s going on in that ‘image’ above?
Oh, how we British love to apologise. We even apologise when someone bumps into us in the street and it’s their fault!
I love that music and video of the Elvis JXL mix 🙂 But its not less, it’s more conversation that I’m keen to generate. Will you help me?
I try to avoid writing on Political matters. There’s so much nonsense written about it – I prefer not to add to the noise. But right now, I feel the need to speak out.