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We work to achieve meaning and happiness as well as money,so how do you find work that rewards you with money and meaning? Start by watching my introductory video below (click on the bar under the video to read the full text).Then spend some time on self reflection...
With so many people and organisation seeking your help, how do you decidehow and where to direct or withhold your philanthropy?Well, here are some questions that might help you draw up your own philanthropy manifesto. Start by watching my introductory video below...
So many of our financial and life decisions are made in fear or greed, or under stress and anxiety. Understanding how your brain works can help you control and manage your financial decision making process.
How often are you caught in spend or save it dilemma. When you have made your decision, does it seem right? Or, in retrospect, do you wish you had made another choice?
September is a key turning point in the year. That makes it an excellent time to review your life and money and to do so in a way that helps you appreciate who you are and what you have, not just want for more
Travel is disruptive, refreshing, regenerative and transformative and should have the highest priority in spending plans. Now is the time to re-assess your priorities in this area. Find out why and how on this page.
Travel is often left as a residual item in expenditure plans after everything else. However, it is disruptive, refreshing, regenerative and transformative and should have the highest priority in spending plans.
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
Open banking will deliver remarkable changes in the way you move money around and you store and access information about your money. It promises to revolutionise how you manage this important resource.
Falling down, especially in front of others is embarrassing, or worse. Our tumbles often lead to humiliating shame, so understanding the emotional consequences of shame is an important first step in recovering from a fall.
Being organised implies ‘an element of thinking ahead, of prudence, of not always acting on impulse’. Alternatively, we can ‘live passionately, devoted to impulse … free from the prison of everyday pre-occupations’*.
Letting go has for millennia been a cornerstone principle for leading a fulfilled and happy life. Today the principle is fighting a rearguard action against consumerism, so it is a fundamental way of life worth re-discovering.
This month’s topic is about journeys, their impact on our lives and the transformation even the simplest journey can bring about. Its also about the importance of telling the story of our journeys to ourselves and to others.
This month we begin to explore our relationship with money through an introduction to the concept of ‘money maturity’ developed by George Kinder, a US financial planner often referred to as the ‘Father of Life Planning’
How well do you know yourself? And does it matter? ‘No’ and ‘Yes’, probably. However, the actions we take and the decisions we make daily are substantially influenced by our own personal self-awareness, our topic for this month.
Conventional financial planning omits much of the life which our money is there to serve. However, a fundamental principle for dealing with your money is that it should be a means to an end, not an end in itself
Is wealth a comfort or is fear of loss your dominant emotion? Or is your life centred around becoming wealthy, dreaming of a life of wealth and luxury? can we take a very different approach to wealth and our resources?
Download a free pdf copy of Jeremy Deedes’ wide-ranging, personal book in which he sets out how to always have the right money in the right place at the right time to live and breathe, to find choice and freedom, to transform our lives and the lives of others.
MoneyWiz is a personal finance and management app that brings all your accounts into one place. The app features easy recording of transactions, detailed budgeting, powerful reporting, and bank and cross-device / cross-platform sync.
3D Brain is a useful mobile app to help you understand the workings of the brain and the impact of neuroscience on us.