Would I take four hours off work for just anyone? No. So what are the qualities in a human being that would cause me to go out of my way, pay Congestion Charge and lose half a day's productivity?
Sue demonstrates some of my very favourite entrepreneurial qualities and most of it was encapsulated in that typical piece of her homespun wisdom.
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Michael Neill is described by Paul McKenna as being “the finest success coach in the world today”. I remember being ambivalent about the word “success” when I first started in coaching but Michael has always written about it eloquently. In fact, Michael was my own success coach in 2006 and we worked together for a whole year – A WHOLE YEAR – on getting me out of my day job. Why did that take so long? In a word, duty. In two words, misplaced duty. It’s a long story for another day. Recently Michael wrote to me and sent me […]
I’ve been on all the courses, I’ve tapped (EFT) with the best IMHO – Ms Ann Ross. She taught me and my crew how to apply it to health, wealth and happiness. And it works. Amongst our number were those (well, Janet Swift) who appeared to be able to do it effortlessly, whereas I always “needed” my success to come at the expense of some really, really hard work. Now, don’t get me wrong, our Janet is far from a slacker, au contraire. But she made manifestation look easy and I have been modelling myself on her easy manifestation successes […]
Due to being a bit under the weather, I had to cancel my plans for today and stay at home. Once I worked out the upside of that, I realised I had – oh joy of joys – a completely free day on my hands. Which meant I could tidy the office, go shopping, do the filing, the washing, the accounts and my expenses, catch up with The Archers for 10 episodes, Twitter a lot, rack up another handful of ticket sales for the upcoming Property Day, plan a teleseminar for this morning, get the place cleaned, interact big time […]
As part of my work with The Money Gym, I am working with our team to put on a Property Extravaganza on 21st March 2009 in Central London. Tickets cost £25 including VAT and all ex VAT proceeds will be presented to The Big Issue Foundation on the day. One of my speakers, the ever-abundant Peter Stanley, has been wanting to set up a connection between property profits and helping the homeless for a number of years. I am delighted that finally we have been able to bring his vision to fruition. Peter will open the day with his talk […]
It’s an age thing, apparently. I will come through it and out the other side and my memory will return. This week a very odd thing has happened to me, a first in fact. Monday morning, I’m driving up to the wondrous new St Pancras International Railway Station for the 3rd meeting of my Property Boardroom, having been up rather early to interview Rick Otton. And I find I can’t remember (or tell) whether or not I have cleaned my teeth. Since I am about to spend the day in close proximity with a lot of nice, attactive people I […]
Speaking as a survivor of the last recession (1987-1992 for me), I learned three things which I would like to share with my readers and clients, the first of which is It’s Only Money. It isn’t true to say that I can’t understand why people, largely men, kill themselves during great depressions, recessions and credit crunches. I can, just. I think. It’s the shame. I think perhaps they have forgotten that they are so much more than their job or their wealth. Perhaps they cannot face their families, their staff, their clients with their “failures”, some of which was always […]