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Don’t let your financial fears ruin your future?

Posted on 11th January 2021

Although it can be very hard for most people to risk all of their money, I suppose with never having any real money in my early life and living in a 10 ft caravan had taught me to risk everything to get a better life, we embraced this as...

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I Mentally Treated my Business as a Game

Posted on 4th January 2021

I mentally treated my business as a game; a competition with imaginary players all competing against me. Losing wasn’t an option. If life was harder, it would be easier to make the sacrifices needed to become rich. Security was my number one priority so all decisions were made with...

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Having Fun Making Money has not been easy over 2020

Posted on 28th December 2020

I often felt I should be dressed up as a clown to go to work, as my world consists of juggling balls, verbally and mentally spinning plates. If you have ever been to a circus you will have certainly seen the clowns juggling balls and spinning plates. Both come...

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Mad, Foolish or Dreamers?

Posted on 21st December 2020

Were we mad, foolish, or just two more dreamers? Actually, I think we were all of those things; mad because we had never had any experience of business whatsoever; foolish because we had no money at all when I walked out of that dole office, telling them where they...

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Passion. Is it Addictive?

Posted on 12th December 2020

All my businesses are built with passion enthusiasm and focus from all of the people involved in them, which is one of the attractions for people that are associated with you, whether it’s through employment or supplying of goods and services or just the people that you associate with...

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Don’t be afraid to share your knowledge

Posted on 7th December 2020

From 1966 to 1974 I had just walked in to jobs; it was easy, but then the world changed as a recession was upon us, my attitude was all over the place, I thought that – ‘life is not fair’. Not only that, I wanted a job, but at...

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Don’t Be A Mental Loafer, Neville

Posted on 30th November 2020

I told myself not to be a mental loafer, not even for one moment; so, when people came to work with us my thoughts were that, if they leave, they should go with more knowledge than they came with. Then, I was happy because they had taken notice and...

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Is success something you are born with?

Posted on 23rd November 2020

I think you’re born with success inside of you, but the environment you are born into has a large part to play in shaping your future, once you recognize and understand that you have an option then you can own the success that you were born with. Very often...

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Mind over Matter or Does it mean Determination?

Posted on 19th November 2020

Mind over Matter….. I found out only after we became millionaires in the 80’s that the only way we did it was because we got off our backsides and did something, anything that we were capable of, then some more, ‘every hour of every day’ Keeping our eyes and...

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Dreams or Goals – what’s the difference?

Posted on 16th November 2020

An extract from my book of how my mind though in the 70’s pages 17/18 Another one of our dreams was to be financially independent and free of all debts, something that we really did not believe could happen to us. How could it? We had no right to...

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If only, I had done that

Posted on 6th November 2020

I believe that when people are young and full of energy they must work every hour they can regardless of the amount of reward they get. There are lots of people who would dispute this –they say ‘why should I work for a pittance?’ My answer is that a...

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Get ready for your success in 2021

Posted on 6th November 2020

56 days to go You are either going forwards or backwards in life. So, in 2021 constantly drive your mind to always go forward. I found that the only way to go forward for me has been to get off my backside and do something, anything that I am...

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12 Ways to succeed in 2021

Posted on 26th October 2020

You are either going forwards or backwards in life. So, in 2021 constantly drive your mind to always go forward. I found that the only way to go forward for me has been to get off my backside and do something, anything that I am capable of doing Set...

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Khadija Kalifa Q&A with Neville Wright three top tips for entrepreneurs.

Posted on 23rd April 2020

Entrepreneur and businesswoman, Khadija Kalifa, is best known to the public for being a former candidate on the BBC’s TV show The Apprentice. Founder and CEO of Opal & Pearl, Khadija is a passionate individual that has spent the majority of her business career on a mission to build an empire and successful business in her own...

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#1 Amazon Best Seller in Biographies of Professionals & Academics

Posted on 3rd May 2018

#1 Amazon Best Seller in Biographies of Professionals & Academics The Answer is Yes Now What is the Question secured the rank of #1 Bestseller status on Amazon.co.uk today. Thank you to everyone who has listened, read and reviewed my book, the comments have at times been quite overwhelming – I’ve...

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The Art of Understanding Money

Posted on 23rd March 2018

At one point in business we owed £1,075M to the bank which amounted to a lot of money back then when it was a lot easier to borrow than to pay back. We had at the time kept most of the properties we had for passive income, however, there...

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Dreams or Goals – What’s the difference?

Posted on 18th November 2017

Dreams or Goals? Another one of our dreams was to be financially independent and free of all debts, something that we really did not believe could happen to us. How could it? We had no right to even think like that. That kind of thinking is common in people...

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Embrace problems – a normal days work for us

Posted on 22nd September 2017

I think that if anybody wants to be really successful in business they have to be thinking all the time of how to solve problems. Start with the ones you have got and expand from there. When you are in business you don’t have to look for problems they...

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Audio Release – The Answer is Yes Now What is the Question

Posted on 31st July 2017

Audio Release – The Answer is Yes Now What is the Question Available to download           audible  |  amazon  |  iTunes Thank you Jay Britton, narrator and well known UK voice actor and acx.com the, audiobook creation exchange, for helping me to achieve another life-time goal.   ‘There...

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Don’t let the flea trainers get you?

Posted on 7th June 2017

What is Normal?  Whatever it is, keep away from it, don’t let it get you! In the 1990’s we had learned and gained the ability to be flexible with the attitude of ‘The answer is yes, now what is the question?  That meant that when customers said ‘can you…?...

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This One Made Us Millions – Ek Pialla Garam Chaar

Posted on 21st April 2017

‘One cup of hot tea’ my dad told us this when we first started in business. This one sentence, once implemented, made us millions of pounds. When dad was in India the shopkeepers used to invite people in and then ask if they would like a cup of tea....

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For years I have asked people to answer this question in 5 seconds…..

Posted on 12th April 2017

Which one would you pick? 1 million pounds cash right now, or 1p today and doubled every day for 31 days? Just so you understand, without any doubt; on the first day I would give you 1 penny, the next day 2, the next 4, the next 8, and so on. On the...

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Marville born on 24 September 1979

Posted on 11th April 2017

Four years after we had started the Window Cleaning business and three years after the Decorating and Property business, the name Wrightway Decorating and Property Maintenance wasn’t conducive to what we were doing. If we were going to concentrate on buying and selling houses, along with building a large...

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Life is a Journey and a Series of If’s

Posted on 3rd April 2017

If I was good at spelling I would have stayed in one of the jobs that I had previously had.  If the government had given me enough money I would have stayed on the dole.  If I could have sold my house before going self-employed I would have had...

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Use the KISS Principle, Keep it Simple!

Posted on 22nd March 2017

‘Keep it Simple!’ This saying is a classic that’s been around forever, and why? Because it’s true – there are lots of complicated things in life and the simpler you can make a business, the better the chances are that it will be around for a long time, and...

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