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Technology and money: Find out about cryptic currencies

Our technology guy Colin Moors turns his attention to non-existent currencies. Warning: This is about cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin. Don't worry though, the aim of...

Franglais: Finding out about the languages spat in Belgium

Our languages article this month sees Gemma Rose look at franglais as she meets two English-speaking writers living in French. It is believed that the...

Employment: Treating 50+ years old employees

In our latest employment article Dave Deruytter asks what employers should do with their 50+ years old employees. Many, particularly large, companies struggle with the...

Success planning: Why not choose the easy life?

Gemma Rose wonders if true success lies within choosing an easier life. My Dad has often complained about not being fully accomplished in life. I...

Personal coaching books: Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff

Our latest personal coaching book pages look at an author offering powerful tips for long-term success. The full title of this personal coaching book is...

Tony Robbins: Unshakeable – Your Financial Freedom Playbook

A Together favourite Tony Robbins offers advice in plain English. After interviewing fifty of the world’s greatest financial minds and penning the #1 New York...

Personal coach and author Zig Ziglar offer tips on how to...

Another of our be successful books is by a personal coach who is a fan of passion. Hilary Hinton "Zig" Ziglar was an American author,...

Personal development advice: Is time finite or infinite?

According to personal development writer Gemma Rose the great leveller is not just a container to fill up, but a present to enjoy. It’s quite...

Personal development: More tips for the slow lane

Our personal development writer Sarbani Sen offers further advice on slowing down and taking it step by step. Slow fashion Even the fashion world is going...

Personal development: Life in the slow lane

Our personal development writer Sarbani Sen asks: When the whole world is getting hyper, why don’t we slow down and take it step by...
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