The Client-centred Blog

Welcome to The Client Centred Blog; Free content that shares a fresh approach to thriving as a financial professional in a rapidly changing environment.

This blog has its foundation in a new understanding of the human mind that gives you the ultimate platform for creating better results, thriving under any circumstances and living the life you want.     

I invite you to explore the materials, reflect upon how it relates to you and your business and enjoy the benefits.

The biggest Megatrend of our time

Last year at one of my events at Henley Business School, Kimberley Hare, our speaker for the day, put a poster on the wall that read: “Uncertainty is inevitable, insecurity is optional” We humans have a fascinating relationship with certainty, don’t we? So often we try to desperately hang on to what we know just…

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How to stay centred in turbulent times

As you know things have escalated rapidly with the Coronavirus situation. Very few of us will remain unaffected and most of us are having to make significant adjustments to our lives. *We have lost our freedom to travel and in some cases are having to self-isolate. *The markets have tumbled. *There are real implications for…

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My favourite Warren Buffett quote

Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time and one of the world’s wealthiest individuals. He also has some very astute observations about life. He was in discussion with another super successful person, Bill Gates, and one of the subjects they touched upon was productivity. Buffett said, ‘Busy is the new…

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What will make 2020 your best year yet?

What will make 2020 your best year yet? This seems like a worthwhile question to give some thought to and yet the answer may be somewhat different to what many people imagine. We are living in a world where we seem to be constantly on the treadmill of getting things done. After all, who isn’t…

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The surprising truth about happiness

“If you are doing things in order to be happy… you’re doing them in the wrong order.” Michael Neill Although happiness is something that is hard to define it is something that we seem to want more of in our lives. There are dozens of books written on the subject and articles seem to pop…

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Uncertainty is inevitable, insecurity is optional

On Monday we had our second live day of ‘The Freedom of Mind Programme’ and we gathered at the inspiring Henley Business school on the bank of the river Thames. The brilliant Kim Hare lead the day and one of the posters she put up on the wall read: Uncertainty is inevitable, insecurity is optional…

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How to overcome ‘taking things personally’

Something that I think is true for every person is that, from time to time, we can find ourselves taking something personally. It could be over anything, but it is extremely common if we feel we are being judged, someone criticises us or if we have built up our expectations around something and it doesn’t…

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Are you ready for a new normal?

‘All truth goes through three steps: first, it is ridiculed; second, it is violently opposed; finally, it is accepted as self-evident’ German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer Imagine you were about to have a medical procedure that involved ‘opening you up’. What would be your reaction if you knew that the instruments had not been sterilised and…

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Is some stress good for you?

I was reading an article by a psychologist just recently and he was putting forward the idea that some stress is good for you. He was suggesting that in the absence of stress we would find ourselves sitting around, doing nothing and completely unmotivated. His theory was that you need stress to get you going…

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Can money really make you happy?

According to a survey published by Channel 5, 76% of people believe happiness is linked to money but 34% don’t agree that money can buy you happiness. So, who is right? The majority or the minority? Dr. Elizabeth Dunn, author of ‘Happy Money: The science of happier spending’ is quoted as saying… “If money doesn’t…

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