Wealthbeing

Malcolm Durham


 


Sep 3, 2015

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The how-to-succeed-in-business book that doesn’t pretend you are a secret Superman, but recognises that things don’t always run smoothly and presents solutions to problems before they even happen.

Malcolm Durham has been through it all depression, divorce, and other disasters and has used his experiences to develop a practical plan that will give you both wealth and wellbeing. From the nuts and bolts of building a business you can sell for millions, to finding out who you are and what you need, WealthBeing is about realising your dreams and having enough in the bank to enjoy them.

WealthBeing offers practical, and often counterintuitive advice. Choose a market that’s neither too crowded nor too niche. Get yourself a partner or a mentor and know which will be better for you. Pay attention to your personal needs, alongside the needs of your growing business. Use techniques like NLP and mindfulness, but don't forget to watch your cashflow.

In this informative and inspirational book Malcolm Durham tells you how to value a start-up when it hasn’t sold anything yet, how to build a team and move from being a doer to being a leader and how to handle the life-changing events surrounding the sale of the business you’ve worked for years to create. WealthBeing is about squaring the circle and getting the best of both worlds. Malcolm Durham has been there, done that and his tips and tricks will help you do it, too, measuring your progress along the way that culminate with his unique WealthBeing calculator. There’s no better guide to have at your side if you really want to get rich and be happy while you do it.

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About the author

Malcolm Durham has made it big, without selling his soul. He’s been on the boards of big companies and left to start new ones of his own, including Flexible Directors, which gives growing firms access to top executive talent on a part-time or interim basis.

No Superman, he’s climbed Kilimanjaro and sailed round the UK, made a small fortune in business and helped others in the developing world as treasurer of the Madrinha Trust.

He’s also deeply involved in Reform, an influential non-party think tank that looks at radical ideas to improve education, government, welfare, the justice system and the NHS. But his main interest now is developing WealthBeing, using books, websites and personal interventions to help people achieve the perfect combination of sufficient wealth and personal fulfilment.

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