This is Question 12 of 52 asked and answered in my book Your Biz Your Way. “A lot of people are afraid because they have never tried anything different. My fear comes from having tried and it didn’t go to plan.” What your question reminds me of is what they say in the financial world of investments: Past performance is no guarantee (or even indication) of future results. My first ever personal development book and one which would still be in my top 10 is Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers and it is still the […]
Yesterday was the last game in the 2014 series of Cashflow financial education days which take place here in Streatham Hill, South London, in my Abundance Shed. Once the clocks go back, I put the games on hold for the winter months until such time as it’s a joy to be back down in my garden office again in spring. I always learn something from these games as teacher, banker, coach and facilitator, and yesterday was no exception. I’ve been thinking and assimilating overnight about what I learned this time by observing the way players approach opportunities. The game teaches […]
I believe anything is possible. I see opportunity when others see impossibility. I take risks. I’m focused. I hustle. I know that nothing is unrealistic. I feel overwhelming love. I embrace my childlike wonder and curiosity. I take flying leaps into the unknown. I contribute to something bigger than myself. I create. I learn. I grow. I do. I believe it’s never too late to start living a dream. I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR. With thanks to The Flip Flop CEO.
But right now, I find myself in the middle of a tempestuous re-ignition of a lifelong love affair with Books. Without wishing to 'fess up to also being a Scanner and let you know precisely how many books I am currently reading simultaneously (eight!), I will tell you about my catholic reading tastes. In fact, I could be described right now as being on a reading jag such is the obsession.