Conversation With Darren Stanton
There are financial aspects to becoming a Well Being. Many feel material stability is the foundation for emotional security and creative ability. Others will comment ‘peace and happiness are beyond riches’ both ideas have standalone merit. When combined the incredible potentials of which all humans hold within their mind can be realised.
This recording is the first of three conversations recorded with tv psychologist Darren Stanton. (☞Darren’s Wikipedia page) Our discussion lasts for seventeen minutes. The listener is guided to listen to the whole discussion to gain an insight into Darren’s experiences.
The subject is “Rights of Passage” we talk about the need for authenticity and learn one’s craft or skills. We are cautioned about information put out on social media. We follow on with thoughts on determination and perseverance.
The listener will be surprised at how much Darren earns for a one-hour presentation. Do not consider Darren talks about his income in a boastful way. The information is there as verification of the demand for his knowledge. He works at boardroom level with peers of industry, governmental departments and television. If his talent had no basis, his success would be short-lived.
The listener will undoubtedly learn from the messages spoken about in this recording. And can adapt them to their advantage. Darren’s most poignant message is ‘seek and listen to criticism’. You can download the conversation without charge from the link at the end of the article. The platform used is safe and secure. You are asked for an email address because this is where the file will be delivered.
Incidentally: the anecdote about Victor’s (wealthy businessman) guidance about the most important consideration when starting a business may need clarification. Victor maintained: that one must work out one’s total monthly personal overheads before starting a business. He argued that in the initial stages of a business start-up you must be able to earn sufficient to pay your monthly bills and living expenses. Anything made over this amount must be returned to the business for growth and long-term prosperity. His opinion that people’s belief that their business profit was their own to spend, is the reason for most business failure, still holds water today.
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