Money, Abundance And Prosperity

One of the recurring themes which comes up when I talk with clients, colleagues, other self-employed folks and friends is money. Or rather fear about lack of it i.e. scarcity.  I am sure this resonates with most readers. How do you keep yourself in an upbeat place about money when you know you’ve not got enough coming in, or you are worried about debt or cash flow struggles and impending difficult decisions about what bills to pay? When I go through a bout of this myself, here are some of the things I do which make a difference. I can’t […]

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Sharing the Entrepreneurial Love on Valentine’s Day and Beyond

2014 marks the fortieth year of my business career. Gulp. That means I have been out in the world of work, earning my own living, since 1974. And for 37 of those years I have been self-employed. I wouldn’t have it any other way, I love being self-employed and I am aware that I have long since passed my sell-by date when it comes to getting a job. Can you IMAGINE the CV? Ducking and diving, dodging and weaving, rebelling and creating for forty years. Hmm, Ms Left-Field Candidate, what makes you think you’d be suitable for this J.O.B? I […]

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My Kiva Challenge: How 100 Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses Can Help 900 More

Gentle Reader, I’ve had a brilliant idea and I need your help to make it work. Today I’ve set myself a challenge, to help 100 entrepreneurs and small business people during September 2012 by offering 100 half-hour business mentoring and/or wealth coaching sessions at the bargain knock-down price of only £50. And the plan is that it’s a two-fer, a two-for-one. A BOGOF, buy one get one free. For every session you buy at £50, I will give you another.   And here’s what you can do with your second, free one: You bank it and keep it for yourself – […]

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