How many Saturdays have you got left ?

I enjoy Saturday morning. Perhaps it’s the quiet solitude that comes with being the first to be up and writing, or maybe it’s the fun of knowing the kids are around all day. Either way, I really enjoy the first few hours of a Saturday morning, especially in the summer when the warmth of the […]

Money, mindset and beliefs you give your kids.

I am fascinated by success and why some people are successful entrepreneurs and others struggle all their lives. I have been working with a lot of people recently throughout the last year who are struggling to come to terms with the financial down turn throughout the world. I work with small business people, woman entrepreneurs, […]

The Most Important 45 Minutes Of The Day

When I work with parents I ask them to become aware of the last 45 minutes of their day because what we read, see, listen to, talk about and experience during those last few minutes before you fall asleep impacts on your sleep and your attitude to begin your next day. Your unconscious replays and […]

The ABCs of Finance For Kids: Tips and Tools for Raising a Smart Investor

I’m always fascinated by all areas of raising happy, confident children so I read with interest this article from  about  introducing sound financial habits at an early age, as you’ll give your child a head start on the path to becoming an informed investor. I know my own children have learnt their money habits […]


Today’s guest is my great friend Andy Cope – who is the founder of The Art of Being Brilliant as well as being the author of the wonderful “Spy Dog” books. ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ has been described as the ‘Ready Brek Glow’ or as ‘An Upgrade of the Software Between Your Ears’. Andy’s messages […]

The Unfair, Unjust and Unbelievably Harsh Voice of Ludicrous Comparison!

One of the most intriguing, unjust and unhelpful beliefs that a lot of parents have, is the belief that because someone is excellent at something or displays incredible levels of skill it means that you can never become as skilful as them, so there is no point in even trying. This is a commonly held […]

The Power of Choice

Would you like your kids to cooperate easily, effortlessly and without shouting? Would you like to stop the daily battles? Would you like to teach your kids valuable life skills while developing their independence? If the answer is “yes” then read on ! I have just written an article for National Family Week’s Fun Magazine […]