April 2010 as A Social Entrepreneur: Following Universal Nudges

I still desperately want to launch the new T1ME website by Easter, but that deadline comes and goes without achieving that result. On 6th April I have a very useful consultation with Philip Stanley, the MinuteCoach, and he says I won’t find it difficult to harness people to my vision.   He’s proved right over the ensuing couple of months.   I draw up a document to send to people I want to attract to work with me. Initially my thoughts are that I want one of each of the 8 Wealth Profiles on the team of Head Office visionaries but I am soon […]

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March 2010 As A Social Entrepreneur – In Which I Learn Patience

In January, I was shocked and somewhat embarrassed that I could find £1500 a month to strip out of my budget, what with having spent five years as a Wealth Coach and all.  Needs must; slash and burn.   I miss the laundry most but almost nothing else.   Shocking. In March things begin to look slightly jollier as my two-year fixed mortgage deal comes to an end and my mortgage drops from over £1200 pcm to somewhere in the £700 region.   Woo Hoo! I finally embrace the garden office and move into it, re-naming it The Abundance Shed and so it is. Days […]

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Caribbean Christmas 28: Spooky Messages in The Sun

One of the things I wanted to leave myself open to during my month off was clues about how to live my 2010.   I have an almost open book which is both a luxury and a terror.   I realise I can choose precisely how I want to spend my time in the coming year. Actually we all always have this power, we just dont realise it because we are caught up in the things we think we must and should do, usually to do with earning a living and commitments to others, not necessarily in that order. My best laid plans […]

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