If you’re a business owner with a bit more time than usual over the Christmas period, why not try one of these great titles?
Or if people struggle to know what to buy you as ‘the business owner who has everything’, why not drop a few hints – there’s still time!
At this time of year bestseller lists abound so we thought we’d make our own list and share just a few of our favourite business titles; some published this year, some from a few years ago but all with some great insights into how you can perform better in the world of work.
The Big Day is fast approaching.
Have you done all your shopping or are you tearing your hair out for inspiration? Maybe there are people on your list that are just really difficult to buy for?
If you feel it’s a waste of money when you grab yet another bumper pack of socks, or a book you know they’ll never read or a DVD they’ll never watch, then don’t despair – we’ve come up with some really alternative experiences, which will hopefully fit the bill.
We wanted to take a pause this month from our normal coverage of financial news and personal finance stories to give you an update from ourselves at Brunel. With 2016 fast approaching, we are beginning to look to the year ahead and to our plans for the firm, to continue to improve our services for you, our clients.
Many of you may be familiar with our Company Values document, which is always available on our website and continues to govern every decision we take, as well as the overall direction of the firm.
Here at Brunel Headquarters we’ve been busy expanding our team to enable us to provide excellent support to our clients. Here’s a little introduction and we hope you’ll join us in welcoming them to Brunel Capital Partners!
Now that we are in the meteorological winter, which weather forecasters claim runs from the 1st December to the end of February and Advent, what is important for investors is whether we will enjoy a “Santa’s rally” this year. Past experience suggests December is more likely than not to deliver a positive result for investors, though why this should be the case is far from clear.
Have you ever jumped into your car, started the engine and just driven aimlessly, with no thought of where you are headed? No, I thought not. It is amazing, however, how many people take this approach with their investment portfolio. This will often involve huge sums of money that have taken many years of hard work and disciplined saving to accumulate.
Without a clear objective or idea of what you are trying to achieve, it is very difficult to bring meaning to your money. When faced with the question, “What are you trying to achieve?” common answers include ‘Growth’, ‘Income’ or even ‘Outperformance’. This is why it is important for us as financial planners to reframe the question and talk in terms of aspirations, goals, dreams, beliefs and visions.