Whether you’re rich, or of more modest means, this Insight is for you. It’s a reasonably long read (5 to 12 minutes depending on your reading speed) but I think you’ll find it worth your time. Get to grips with this issue and you could save yourself hundreds, thousands or even tens of thousands of…
If you offer advice or coaching (of any kind) and you’ve previously relied heavily on face-to-face contact to build (and maintain) trust with your clients, you might feel that your world has been turned upside down.
Wouldn’t it be brilliant if we could transform some of our most important, but bad relationships to good ones? Of course, no one has all the answers to this most difficult life challenge and least of all me, but the ideas in this book offer solid ideas in this area.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll strive to understand people – and to understand yourself 😉 And, I have a sneaky feeling that’s most of us right?
If you’re interested in personal development, you’ve probably been to a few seminars and seen a few confident gurus, standing on a stage, selling their ideas. The question is, have you managed to work out which (if any) of these people (or more importantly, their ideas) are really worth following?
In this Insight, I’ll talk about where you might find more balanced views when investing your money in stock markets. The above video covers a lot of what’s in this Insight. So, if you prefer that format, watch that. Images in the video used under a Creative Commons License listed with attributions here