Meals With Millionaires (2)

Last week I had lunch with Neil Asher.   Neil is a self-made, international multi-millionaire with seven businesses in five countries.   He looks like David Bowie and he looks considerably younger than me, so he must be doing something right. Neil and I had never met before but we had enjoyed a few phone calls towards the end of last year.   He wanted some advice and one of my business partners put him in touch.   He turned out to be funny and charming and abundant. He said and did a couple of things and I have his permission to share the […]

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Wild Expectations for 2010

I’ve had time off, of course I have, in the last three years but I haven’t had a proper holiday.   What’s the difference?   Time off constitutes something I am coming to enjoy more and more, downtime in my own home.   Its peaceful, I get to enjoy Augusts in the UK and I get lots of self-care jobs done which feels lovely.   And holidays involve “abroad”!   When I first went into coaching, I took on an empowering belief from Thomas Leonard that no-one wanted to be coached during August or December so planned my working year thus. And my next intention […]

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