WealthBeing offers practical, and often counter-intuitive advice. Malcolm says, “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.”
David Eaton is a co-founder with Rachael Stilwell of ‘Wealthbeing in Practice’ which takes Malcolm’s insights and works with entrepreneurs to put them into practice. We draw on a vast amount of resources and experience in doing so and tailor the support to match the needs of the entrepreneur. Malcolm himself oversees the quality control aspect of what we do to ensure the delivery is as good as the book!