The 5 Paths to Financial Freedom

The 5 Path to Financial Freedom

Why do you work? 

Is it because you love what you do and would still be doing it regardless of whether there was any financial incentive? Or, it is because of the money? 

If the answer is the latter then you are not free. Of course, there are degrees of servitude, but if your inner voice is rebelling against the routine of reporting to an office, or place or work, 5 days a week, 48 weeks of year, then your time is not your own. 

So, what can you do? 

What 2 Ridiculous Tennis Matches Taught me about Mental Toughness and Life

tennis mental toughness

August 1995

I'm a teenager and I'm competing in a local tournament. Although I'm not committed to becoming a pro, I take these competitions seriously. I see them as a test of my skill and mental toughness. They're also sanctioned by the LTA (the main tennis organisation in the UK) and they carry ratings and rankings points. More than that, though, I'm playing against my main rival.

How to Use Hypnosis for Positive Change

hypnosis for positive change

I've been a hypnotherapist for 14 years. During that time, I've seen hundreds of clients for a variety of issues. One of the first things I tell them is that hypnosis is NOT mind control. Myself, or any hypnotist or hypnotherapist, can't make you do something against your will. In fact, hypnosis is far less exciting than it may initially seem. Entering into a state of hypnosis simply means that your brain waves are altering.

Revealing The Hidden Secret in Think and Grow Rich (and how to use the book)

Hidden Secret Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich is one of the most popular self-help books of all time (some estimates point to sales of around 100 million copies).

In this blog post, I'm going to explore the most prescient ideas from the book and explain why, almost a century later, they still have the power to change your life. 

How to Avoid Living a Life you Regret

avoid regrets

In 2009, Bronnie Ware wrote a blog post about her experiences as a palliative nurse. She worked caring for patients during the last twelve weeks of their lives and made note of their most common regrets. 

What I Learned from being Fired 3 Times in 5 Months

you're fired

Almost twenty years ago to the day, I got fired from a filing job at a major UK residential property developer.

I lasted four hours!

The manager called the temporary agency I was working for at the time and complained about my lackadaisical work ethic and lack of filing experience. 

I couldn't believe it. Who needs experience for a filing job? However, as I took my leave from the office and began the premature journey home to my parents' house, it all began to make sense.

How to Sell 1000 Copies of your Book (without paying for advertising)

How to Sell 1000 Copies of your Book

On Thursday 29th of November 2018, it happened! While attending a training day for a writing project I've been recruited to work on (will share the details with you soon), the one thousandth copy of my book was sold. 

The Uncomfortable Truth about "The Secret"

Uncomfortable Truth Secret

Last night, I watched The Secret on Netflix.

Give Your Dreams A Chance

Give Your Dreams a Chance

I was talking to one of my tennis students today about her interest in drama and singing. I suggested she might want to pursue it professionally when she left school or universi