The Biggest Mistake I See Self-Employed People Make

One of the first questions I ask my clients is “What do you cost to run?” I mean on a monthly basis. In round thousands. People usually tell me anything from about £1,000 to £6,000 and they mostly know, but not always. I press them. Then if it’s a little or a lot, at either end of that spectrum, I want to know why, why are you so cheap to run, why so expensive? Once we have established the ground rules, I then want to know “And how much do you want to earn?” They are different, you get that, […]

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More About Playing Cashflow 101

Doing the tidying up after Friday’s Cashflow 101 game in The Abundance Shed, packing away the money and rats and cheeses, pondering players’ dreams and their different learning styles, I find myself wondering about my facilitation style. I think I am pretty gifted at it, sorry to be so immodest, but I think you know when you are been doing something for a very long time whether or not you are any good at that. To what do I attribute that? You cannot play the game as well as teach and be the banker, there is just too much going […]

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