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How to Delude Yourself into Being a Great Success

I read Brian Tracy's The Luck Factor when I was 12, one of his "universal laws" is the "law of attraction" which essentially states that anything...

How to become (and stay) respected in business and life

Often we say "there's no room for niceness in business" but what does that even mean? Nate Chai investigates. If you guys have taken the...

Ryan Windsor reveals how to turn £6,250 into £1,500,000

Not content with sharing all his incredible property knowledge, Ryan Windsor sat down with us once again. This time he tells us his own...

Can you understand Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor?

+ Nate Chai answers the question should you read Benjamin Graham's The Intelligent Investor? As part of this journey, I’m not limiting myself to property investment....

What most people get wrong about being a “Positive Thinker”

Sometimes I feel the concept of positive thinker has evolved into a new definition which has a cult status and damaged many a good person. ...

Property secrets of a 26 year old millionaire school dropout

Hey readers, we’ve got a real treat for you today. The founder of Windsor Enterprises, writer of the Archant group’s business advice column, and...

How useful is George Clason’s The Richest Man in Babylon?

Nate Chai reveals if you should read George Clason's The Richest Man in Babylon. After seeing this book on a number of “top x books...

The problem with reading too many “success” books

Alright, I'm done. I'm finished. I can no longer be positive about reading personal development books. They are, by and large, terrible. How many...

7 unmistakable signs you know it’s time to begin investing

This week I've been on a bit of an investing binge, reading Investing for Dummies (review here), and If You Can (27 pages, insightful, and free). After reading...

How a £2 investment saved me a staggering amount of cash

So there's this guy, Lord Kelvin, whose work helped define both the first and second law of thermodynamics. He was such an intellectual badass...