Tag Archives: Financial

Business Mentor on Pay as You Go?

  How do you reconcile the need to have a mentor with a tight budget? Well, you make it easy for both sides to connect on pay as you go basis. The mentees get the benefits of low investment with no commitment, and the mentor has a chance to show what he is really worth. Read More →

Investing Opportunity Due Diligence Checklist – 19 questions you should ask before you invest

      Purpose and How to use: This checklist is designed for the questions to be researched/asked and answered as far as possible to assist in assessing an investment opportunity and balancing possible over-enthusiasm based on marketing material or tempting high returns. It does NOT require every question to be answered in the positive, Read More →

Face your fear and see it for what it really is, and you’ll be surprised

As human beings we are “doomed” to feel fear every now and then. There will be various bases for it, including financial security, and there’s no way out. Even if you are very wealthy you still have fears, doubts, ups and downs, worries and all sort of “negative” feelings. You cannot get rid of them, but you can balance them using various techniques.

One of the most effective techniques to deal with “bad” feelings is observing your feelings to see them for what they really are, which is nothing more than a body reaction, to which your mind built a story, for example “This is scary” or “Now I’m in trouble”. It’s this story that makes you interpret certain reactions in your body as certain feelings. Fear and pain very often are manifested in the body in exactly the same way as excitement and pleasure. Simply observe your body when you have those feelings, focus on those feelings in the body and turn their volume to the maximum until you see them for what they really are. It might take 10-20 minutes before that happens. Just be patient – stay with it, and the reward will surprise you beyond your belief.

To your success

Kamil K.

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Most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed

“History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.” Bertie Charles Forbes 1880-1954, Financial Journalist, Author and Founder of Forbes Magazine