A discovery of what is really important in your life, that examines the key question about how much time you really spend nurturing what it is that makes you, you, to enable the delivery of the dreams you have for the future, for you and for your family.So if you are stressed out about life and priorities. If you want to focus on what is really important to you. If you are happy with life and want to make sure that you keep your focus and gain even greater success. If you, with your life partner want to form a deep understanding of individual and joint priorities. If you have ever made a New Years Eve resolution. Ever written a list of things you’d like to achieve. Or you just simply need some guidance on how to prioritise your life and get all the elements in balance, then this book is for you!Live Your Dream Life is a guide to maximising your happiness across key areas of life that are important to you.Based on research on how people feel about their lives, with practical advice for you to design the life you dream of.At the end of each chapter readers are asked to assess how they feel (based on an informed view after reading the research on how the chapter topic impacts our well-being as human beings) about the key theme of the chapter and whether, or not it’s a priority for them, and to what extent. The aim to clarify and perhaps change your thinking so you can create real life plans after connecting with what really matters to you.By identifying, with this book as a guide, what the priorities are in your life, you will have a framework to, live your dream life.
About the Author
For most of his professional career Andy has been involved in financial markets. Based on his financial market experience, Andy is a Senior Associate of Finsia, holds a Bachelor of Science (Melbourne University), a Diploma of Financial Markets (Securities Institute) and the Diploma of Financial Planning (Deakin). He is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Behavioural Studies- Psychology major, Advanced Psychology and Sociology minors from Swinburne University. His work with the financial advice community has seen him author over 200 financial advice practice management articles, and Andy was at one time of the most widely shared and read contributors to Australian financial industry publications such as Risk Adviser, IFA and RiskInfo. He brings with him to this venture the 30 years of experience in financial markets, academic research in the fields of psychology and neuroscience and financial advice best practice real stories. In 2014 and again in 2015 Andy was one of the Judges for the Australian Association of Financial Advisers adviser of the year and practice of the year awards. Andy applied his "PERFECT" model to assess the client experience and business processes of the finalists. He has created over 50 adviser facing presentations utilised by the Australian advice industry press, dealing with technical skills to the psychology of client engagement. Always irreverent and entertaining Andy delivers this work, this guide to well-being as his first public facing piece of literature from a desire to make a positive difference into the lives of people. As Andy often says you have to "be nice to the humans". And he believes that all of us need to play a role in making our society a gentler, more accepting, more forgiving one.