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Wealth 1 : An Old Tune I Know But - Keep It Simple Stupid!

Published on 9/23/2013
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An Old Tune I Know But - Keep It Simple Stupid!

It's an old tune I know but - keep it simple stupid! Yes, we are all
familiar with the old K.I.S.S. maxim of Keep It Simple Stupid. Yet I
wonder how many of you out there actually practice the K.I.S.S.
principle daily, repetitively and in every area of your lives?

An Old Tune I Know But - Keep It Simple Stupid!My Daily View Of The World In The Sunny South Of Portugal

Modern technology affords us opportunities to access
and exchange information and communicate as never before. It should,
and in many ways does, simplify our lives. But it at least equally,
complicates our lives too. But it's not the technology which is to
blame for that, it's the people using it! You see, as never before,
people choose to complicate their lives instead of concentrating on
the simple - and beautiful – joys of existance.

I was extremely fortunate as a young entrepreneur taking my first
tentative steps into the hurly-burly world of business, finance and
commerce to have, not one, but two learned mentors.

Both were immensely successful, incredibly wealthy and each shared the
same belief that SIMPLE WORKS. Each positively abhorred anything
complex and had built their success on 'cutting to the quick' and
avoidance of the senseless hot air and myre of mumbo-jumbo nonsense
that bogs down many peoples thoughts and actions. Today's internet
world for example, would appall them. They'd recognise that 95% of
the traffic daily crossing mobile phone networks is just that – hot
air and mumbo-jumbo nonsense. They'd avoid most technology but would
utilise those parts which simplified and enhanced their lives. And
I've no doubt that they'd advise me to do likewise.

It was not un-natural, therefore, that I should model my own approach to
business and to life on that same philosophy and practices of my mentors.

I credit my own success substantially to THINKING SIMPLE. My beliefs are based on SIMPLE observations which anyone can understand and on my personal experience. They are based on the same principles as Harry Barclay, one of my mentors and my friend. Harry was a country lad. With little education he left school at fourteen and followed the family's Scottish farming tradition. But by the time of his death he owned farmland all over Britain and more than sixty substantial companies and was a millionare many times over.

I coined the term “Barclayisms” from his ability to quickly simplify things
and sum them up in one deft phrase. Thus seemingly complex issues
became straightforward in a few easy words.

I have no doubt at all that this 'native wit' was the very bedrock of his success.

Throughout my life I have modelled what I am and my way of working on Harry. I have concentrated on developing an attitude of mind which cuts out all the peripheral 'bull' and sticks to the simple issues. I believe that I have been moderately successful in achieving this and can vouch
whole-heartedly for the simple sense of the Harry Barclay approach.

In fact, I believe that success in whatever we do is direcly relative to the simplicity of our thoughts and actions. A Harry Barclay is naturally gifted with this talent. But us lesser mortals can learn to UNeducate ourselves into thinking and behaving this way.


When you can TRULY apply the K.I.S.S. principle to every aspect of your daily thought, action and being then I can absolutely assure you that you will already be immensely successful in your chosen area of life or business.

You owe it to yourself and to your family that you enjoy a relaxed and
well-funded life-style where-ever in the world you have chosen to settle.

I live and 'work' in the sunny south of Portugal. Need I say more?
Wake Up 2 Wealth

My Office In The Algarve


Website : Wake Up 2 Wealth

An Old Tune I Know But - Keep It Simple Stupid!

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