Money does not have the power to change the world. It is our intentions and values, expressed through our use of money, that will make the world a better place for ourselves and humanity.
Money provides a security blanket. However, a security blanket, like any blanket, can smother you and the security money offers can be a double-edged sword.
Wealth creation takes energy, time, skill, understanding and leadership and raises complex moral, ethical and social issues and dilemmas
Received wisdom has it that our eyes are the mirror of the soul. Arguably, however, the true mirror of the soul is your money
Money in its transactional, functional role does make the world go round, and economists are able to tell us how in Economics lesson 101.
If you think preparing for retirement is all about money you have missed the point. Chose a combination of happiness, wealth and impact to deliver a meaningful retirement free from futility and pointlessness.
Use your three inner advisers to harness the power of money by recognising and managing the many roles of money in your life.
You spend over a third of every waking week at work. It would be disheartening to do this just for the money, to say the least. Instead, find meaningful work to provide you with happiness and money
As we enter the new year, here is a summary of global trends for 2019 and beyond.
In this season of charity and gifts how do you decide who to give to, how much to give and how. Find help in drawing up your own personal plan for contributing to build a better world.
Your brain can and does change. By learning how it works and taking steps to change your brain you can b better master your life and your money and tap the unused potential in you.
The save or spend choice is at the heart of your relationship with money. Is your life a hunt to make a fortune? Or is it about about how to make a difference?
Use your life and financial review to focus on what you have. Give thanks for what you have and appreciate its ability to help you grow.
Embarking on a voyage is not dissimilar to participating in an initiation ceremony. It is ‘a rite of passage to a new form of existence’.
Delving more deeply into our theme of summer travel, this post examines the role and benefits of deadlines in our journeys.
Travel often becomes a residual item in expenditure plans after everything else. Now is the time to re-assess your priorities in this area. Here’s why.
Using an online doctor is the way forward for dealing with your health problems. Advances in AI and communications now make it easier to obtain a fast and accurate health assessment and maintain the fitness of your mind and your body.
Banking has been digitised, re-regulated, technologised and invaded by new entrants. Open banking will deliver remarkable changes in both the way you move money around, and in the way you store and access information about your money. It promises to revolutionise how you manage this important resource.
Falling down is embarrassing, or worse. Our mistakes lead to shame, so understanding the emotional consequences is an important first step in recovering from a fall.
Financial organisation balances passion and prudence, impulse and forethought, living in the moment and being responsible for long term security.
Money is often a proxy for the ego. When it comes to money, letting go of our ‘financial ego’ and replacing it with ‘financial compassion’ can be deeply liberating.
It takes courage and self-compassion to tell the true story of our painful money journeys. When we do it leads to freedom and integrity.
Our relationship with money is where life and money meet and form our route to happiness and freedom, so why do we pay it so little attention?
You can grow and develop, become a different and better person, lead a fun-filled, stress-free life by promoting greater self-awareness
Financial planning and life coaching both have blind spots. Combining the two delivers a powerful transformational approach to our lives and money.
Understanding the true meaning of wealth helps us achieve greater happiness and freedom than simply quantifying, categorising and organising our wealth.
You have four potentially sustainable resources at your disposal: money, skills, physical assets and connections. You probably spend surprisingly little time managing and developing these. However, advances in technology and changing attitudes make it easier than ever to develop and use your resources in a sustainable way to achieve a fulfilled and meaningful life.
Work serves many purposes, from bringing in an income to heightening self-esteem. Your challenge is to find and do great, world-changing work that provides financial and personal satisfaction.
Money interacts with you on many different levels. It plays to the psychologist, the accountant and the technician in you. These conversations form the basis of your relationship with money and leads to your personal and financial freedom.
Your personal development is only just beginning when you leave school or university. Plan and budget for it today because you will certainly need to invest in yourself throughout your life.
Understanding the world in which you engage is essential for a meaningful life. Select the arenas you play in with care. Understand the context of your world and your audience to become the lead role on your own stage.
Your character is a unique combination of mental and moral qualities that distinguishes you from everyone else. These qualities determine how you act and react throughout life. Self awareness and a good understanding of your character is therefore essential for a fulfilled life.
To sleep at night and live meaningfully by day requires a comprehensive integration of your life and money, a full understanding of the role of money in your life and a good relationship with money. This is your route to personal and financial freedom.