Feel Rich, Get Rich
My name is Keith David and I am very wealthy. I am married to a beautiful blonde haired woman 10 years my junior. I run a fleet of vehicles including a Porsche, a Bentley and a Reliant Scimitar. I own a penthouse apartment overlooking Central Park in New York, a ranch in Colorado, a shooting… (2 comments)

How to be Happy – avoid envy
Being envious of others is possibly one of the worst things you can do to guarantee a miserable life. It doesn’t matter how much money you have, what success you enjoy or what kind of happy family existence you are experiencing if you are never happy with your lot in life. There are so many… (1 comment)

Every day we get sent press releases by PR agencies. We post them all on our website with the option to vote on them. At the end of the year we will shortlist the top 5 boring press releases and hold an annual vote for the UK’s most boring press release. 40% of Employees Do…

We get sent all kinds of press releases each day, so have decided to publish all of them on our blog with a voting option for readers to choose the most boring, tedious and utterly irrelevant press release of the year! At the end of each year we will shortlist the top 5 for our…

Self-Employment – the key to happiness?
The key to being happy and contented in life is to have a good work/life balance, which I think is virtually impossible to do if you are in employment rather than self employment or running your own business. This is a fairly contentious point and I’m sure there are thousands if not millions of people…

Don’t Trust the Banks – avoid debt
A lot of people think that the way to go into business by yourself is to emulate one of the contestants on Dragon’s Den. For those who have never seen it, Dragon’s Den is the BBC’s idea of what small businesses ought to do. A small business should come up with an idea, and then…

Is Sage Accounts a Lame Duck?
Sage Software from the north east of England has been a serious contender for the most used accountancy package for a business in the UK, and if not across the western world. It is recommended by large numbers of accountants, and bookkeepers and accountants alike have been happily using it for generations. It started out…