I worry about coaches and service providers who are continuously positioning themselves/ their ideas/ their companies with statements like, “Given these difficult times…” or “Recession-proof…” or “In today’s market…” What does that do? It demonstrates that you have read the papers – fine – but if you do too much of that kind of positioning, […]Read More What makes you relevant?
I’m on the lookout for socially responsible gifts and I’ve found a real winner with the Shea Butter Market skin care products. The recipient of the gift will feel the benefits of pure shea butter, and the benefits extend to women and children in Ghana. Through her company, the Shea Butter Market, Gifty Serbeh-Dunn has […]Read More Shea Butter Gifts Help Women in Ghana
One of my clients is a new media start up. Their mission is to create high quality media about African communities, and distribute it via the internet to people (African and nonAfrican) who want to know what is going on, at a grassroots level, in the developing nations. Brilliant! I’m in. But what am I […]Read More Mind Maps for Africa
Writing Sample. This article was written for Money Coach Sheila Walkington. 1. The average Canadian has over $36,000 in debt. OK, after reading a statistic like that you can’t help but compare yourself to it, right? Before you either jump for joy, or call for the whipping stick, remember that number is an average. Many […]Read More 3 Important Facts About Debt
Writing Sample. This article was written for Money Coach Sheila Walkington. “My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.”~ Clarence Budington Kelland. Did you know 3 out of 5 Canadian parents and grandparents are concerned their children won’t be able to handle money when they grow […]Read More Financial Independance for Parents and Children