Paul Wigley

Paul Wigley



Are YOU, YOUR team or YOUR organisation 'stuck'? Like to break out and create something new? Then contact me on 07778 058 026 I hope YOU are continuing to create all you wish for on your journey through life - if you need help, please ask me or your fellow members of the Creative Solution Finding Club with my best wishes for your health, wealth and happiness in 2013, Paul :-) Remember World Peace Day is on 21 September every year with a special emphasis this year on Global Truce on 21 September 2013.

What will you do to help bring world peace one step closer?
Ten Tips on Creating a Millionaire Attitude

I am Creative Solution Finding club leader I am an XL Life Member and my Wealth Dynamics profile is ' Lord ACCUMULATOR Trader '

"Every man is the architect of his own fortune" Appius Claudius Caecus
Written by an African child...
When I born, I black When I grow up, I black When I go in sun, I black When I scared, I black When I sick, I black And when I die, I still black And you white fellow When you born, you pink When you grow up, you white When you go in sun, you red When you cold, you blue When you scared, you yellow When you sick, you green And when you die, you grey And you calling me coloured???

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10 Ways to Change Your Language AND Your Life? You may be familiar with the childhood rhyme "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." However, you may not want to discount the power of language so readily. Your body and your mind are intimately connected. The language you use affects how you feel emotionally and how you function physically. It also has an impact on those around you, just as their language influences you. If you've ever used an affirmation, received a heartfelt compliment, said a prayer, or been moved by a speech, you can recognise the tremendous power of words. Here is a list of ten language changes you can make to transform your life in positive and lasting ways.
1. Drop "should" "Should" is like a psychological choke chain (as are its relations "ought to," "have to," "must"). Frequently, the only purpose it serves is to punish, belittle, or deter us. When we say, "I should eat less junk food," we're setting ourselves up for a guilt trip. Using should after the event - "I shouldn't have bounced that cheque" - we take ourselves down a notch and reinforce negative beliefs such as, "I'm not good with money." Eliminate "should" ("ought to," "have to," and "must") from your vocabulary, and see if you don't have more self-confidence and higher self-esteem. Taking an attitude of "the should stops here" also helps lighten up your energy because you spend less time rebuking yourself. 2. Stop trying Trying cannot actually be physically accomplished. For example: try to open your mouth (close it first if it's open!). If your mouth stayed shut, you didn't open it, right? If it opened, even the slightest amount, you did open it. So, while you could contort yourself, fight against opening wide, or open your mouth without resisting, you had only two possible outcomes - shut mouth, or open mouth. The same applies when you speak. If you're asked, for instance, whether or not you'll have a project completed by the close of the workday, make a definitive answer. You can choose "yes," "no," or renegotiate for another time that will work for you. Don't fall into the "I'll try to get it done by five" trap. If you choose to say yes to the project, you can work diligently towards its completion and carry out your commitment. If you instead decide that no, you won't work on the project now, you can move onto other activities without distraction. When your intention is clear (to you and others), you free up your energy to whatever task is at hand. 3. Just say yes or no Whether we behave like it or not, we are the ones who create the life we're living through our thoughts, words, and deeds. And this life is ours to live as we choose. So notice if being a "yes" man or "no" woman is helping you create the life you want. If you say "yes" to please others, because you think you "have to," or because you make up horror stories of what will happen if you say "no," you're giving up the power you have over your life. On the other hand, if "no" is your automatic response, you're shutting yourself off from the richness and possibilities life holds. Whether you say "yes" or "no," choose the word that demonstrates what you really want in that given situation. And remember: Your life depends on it. 4. Can versus will While "can" and "could" are appropriate to use when considering your options (i.e. "I could go to a movie or visit my friend"), they are the weak choice once you've reached a decision. Show your commitment - to yourself, others, Life - by firmly stating your intention with "will" (i.e. "I will join you for lunch"). Will is not a "have to" or "should," and you can change your mind. When you are clear on your choice, using "will" as your declaration of intention lets others know that you're dependable. Perhaps most important though, by using "will," you set a personal standard of commitment for yourself. 5. Negative self-talk Breaking this habit is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves. Whether you notice it or not, it's likely that you spend time perpetuating lies about yourself, because they exist in your mind ready for "playback" at any moment. For instance, you trip on something and the thought "I'm clumsy" springs lightning-like into your consciousness. Or, you bounce a cheque and you beat yourself up for your oversight. Or, you shrug off a compliment, saying, "Oh, I didn't really do much." These are all examples of ways we personally sabotage ourselves, and ultimately create struggle and suffering in our lives. So, if you want to be the best you possible, stop making up, buying into, or continuing to believe all lies about yourself. One step you can take to reduce or eliminate the effects of this negative self-talk habit is to install a new "tape" of what is true about you. Whenever one of these personal lies pops into your mind, say to yourself, "That is not true. I am not clumsy (or whatever your accusation is)." Then, replace the lie with: "I am graceful" or "I move easily and know how to avoid obstacles." Make the choice today to let no more negative self-talk enter your mind without it being evicted and replaced by a helpful and faithful tenant of truth and self-acknowledgement. 6. Silence the critic A partner of the negative self-talk we've let run amok in our consciousness is the critic. Our critical mind offers up approval and disapproval for us and others, rarely leaving space for second opinions, alternative views, or extenuating circumstances. Frequently, our mind judges like our lungs breathe - automatically - and we make ourselves or those around us wrong for our beliefs, words, and actions. These condemnations often leave us feeling separated from others who are either "nothing like us," "so beneath us," or "much better than us." Accepting these judgments as fact leads us to a seesaw existence of one up and one down. Take yourself off this ride by noticing when you're in judgment (of yourself or others) and then choosing based on the facts instead of your inner critic's biased viewpoints. 7. Limit your use of always and never Though these two words seem harmless, they can distort your view of reality. Sometimes, for instance, after a rough day at work, you might think, "My boss never shows appreciation for my work," or "She always expects me to deal with customer complaints." While these statements might be true some or even most of the time, chances are there has been at least one exception to them. Holding onto this "always" and "never" attitude simply keeps you from seeing the truth as it really is. Statements that include "all the time" and "none of the time" have a similar reality-altering effect because they imply the same absolutes as "always" and "never." Other words that can have a warping effect on real life are "no one" and "everyone" and "nobody" and "everybody." Your mind might spring these on you when you're feeling discouraged or sad - "Nobody loves me" or "Everyone thinks I'm stupid." Again, if there has ever been an exception to these statements, they are simply not true, and believing them doesn't serve you. 8. I do... When you want to give feedback to someone that might be difficult for them to hear, use an 'I message'. I messages - where you are the subject and your thoughts and feelings, rather than your judgments, are conveyed - can help you deliver sensitive information. Instead of saying "John, you really hurt my feelings when you criticized my work" use an 'I message' and say "John, I felt hurt when you criticized my work". You still acknowledge the person's action without blaming them for your reaction to the situation. 'I messages' allow you to make your point in a way that is easier for the other party to hear. 9. Yes, but... We frequently use the word 'but' when we're saying successive things that contradict each other - "I like him, but I think he's really controlling". Often 'but' has the effect of erasing whatever came before it. As in the earlier example, you might find that praise you offer gets forgotten when you follow it with 'but' and a critical remark. Or your concerns might be lost if you add 'but' and some words of reassurance to protect other people's feelings - "I'm concerned that this advertisement appears to disparage our competitor, but I know the writers have worked hard to come up with something memorable". Notice how you use 'but' and consider what effect it might have on the way your ideas are understood by others. A better alternative is "yes and..."yes and..." 10. Say it like you mean it When you speak, you are delivering a message. What you say however, may not be what your listeners notice, because your words are only part of how you communicate. Your tone of voice and body language convey meaning to your listener too. One study found that our words account for, at most, 14% of how people receive our message. Tone of voice accounted for 86% of the message in phone conversations. In face-to-face encounters listeners receive our message from 7% words, 38% tone of voice, and 55% body language. Although there may be differing opinions over these percentages, it is important to make sure you are delivering the same message at all levels of communication. Saying "I love you" with dispassion, averted eyes, and arms crossed over your chest will unlikely ring true to your listener. The same three words spoken emphatically, accompanied by a twinkle-eyed smiling face, and followed by a lovely warm hug are certain to assure the object of your affection that you do speak the truth.

COMMUNICATION "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." Albert Einstein CREATIVITY The one who follows the crowd, will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to discover places no one has ever been before. Creativity in living is not without its attendant difficulties, for peculiarity breeds contempt. And the unfortunate thing about being ahead of your time is that when people finally realize you were right, they will say it was obvious all along. You have two choices in life: you can dissolve into the mainstream, or you can be distinct. To be distinct, you must be different. To be different, you must strive to be what no one else but you can be... Alan Ashley-Pitt IMAGINATION "The best way to predict the future is to invent it." Alan Kay LEARNING "You cannot teach a person anything. You can only help them find it within themselves." Galileo CHANGE "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." Gandhi SELF WORTH "Every time you suppress some part of yourself or allow others to make you feel small, you are in essence ignoring the owner's manual your creator gave you and destroying your design." Oprah Winfrey VALUE "The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who is of no value to him." Ann Landers ACHIEVEMENT "He has the deed half done who has made a beginning." Horace

TESTIMONIAL from a Client...
Paul brings a genuine curiosity of both things and people to his work. He finds inspiration in one area that he can transfer to another to gain fresh insights. Using lateral thinking techniques he nudges people to extend their thinking and make fresh connections. This helps them reframe problems into new areas of possibility. I particularly value the way Paul introduces a supportive challenge to people, edging them out of their comfort zone but all the while showing them it's safe to do so. He has a deep respect for the individual and invests time getting to know their hopes and dreams. Paul takes an appreciative, solutions focussed approach, underlining the skills, knowledge, intuition and wisdom that people have already demonstrated and that they can apply to current challenges. He helps them find and tap into their own inner resources and they grow taller in the process.
Jo Donaldson, Solution Centre Manager, Department for Work and Pensions
Our Greatest Fear by Marianne Williamson from her book A Return to Love
Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, but that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, handsome, talented and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We were born to make manifest the glory of God within us. It is not just in some; it is in everyone. And, as we let our own light shine, we consciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
And remember...
"To get where you have never been you must do what you have never done."
"When you walk to the edge of all the light you have and take the first step into the darkness of the unknown, you must believe that one of two things will happen:
There will be something solid for you to stand upon, or, you will be taught how to fly."
by Patrick Overton
Some highlights of my life so far... At age 15 participating in a World Scout Jamboree in the Rocky Mountains in Idaho, USA with over 12,000 other scouts from 105 countries. It's theme was 'For Friendship'. It really opened my mind to other cultures, religions, customs, languages and beliefs. Soon after arriving I was given a letter from the word friendship and asked to go and team up with 9 other scouts that each had another letter from the word. Can you imagine 12,000 scouts networking at once! Now I think about it, I guess that was my first ever networking event! One evening we invited a group of Japanese scouts in colourful national dress to join us for supper. We shared huge american buffalo burgers and salad. We couldn't speak a word of Japanese and they couldn't speak a word of English. And we still managed to communicate with each other and had loads of laughs! This trip had several other firsts.
It was the first time I had flown in an airliner and only my second time in a plane! Memories include looking down at the Mississippi Missouri river for over an hour as we criss-crossed its meandering path across north america. It was the first time I had travelled beyond Europe. Up until then I had only visited Belgium and Germany. It was the first time I had been to a drive-in movie. My first glimpse of an outdoor movie screen was from the plane as we came into land at Boston during a thunder storm. Donald Duck was showing. It was the first time I had been to a rodeo. You could almost smell the anxiety of the cowboy riders. It was the first time I had seen genuine native americans. Their war dances and their hypnotic music were mesmerising.
More highlights coming soon!

Your Intrapersonal Intelligence Score: 83%

Your Intrapersonal Intelligence is Very High

You've spent a lot of time introspecting, and it's really paid off.
You are comfortable with who you are, and you have a life philosophy that you are happy to live by.
And you're always re-evaluating what you believe. Because you learn something new about yourself each day!

Your Word is "Peace"

You see life as precious, and you wish everyone was safe, happy, and taken care of.
Social justice, human rights, and peace for all nations are all important to you.

While you can't stop war, you try to be as calm and compassionate as possible in your everyday life.
You promote harmony and cooperation. You're always willing to meet someone a little more than halfway.


Your Spiritual Number is Eight

You bring inspiration and success into people's lives.
You understand how the world works, and you have a knack for money.

Right now, your life is all about goals and progress.
This is nothing new though - you're always moving forward.

You have a lot of perspective in life. You are able to remove your emotions and see the big picture.
You usually bet right in life. You have are intuitive and win often.

Your way to financial freedom



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"After our first brief meeting, Paul was immediately looking for connections and collaboration - and with a friendly smile too! Richard Holmes"

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"Paul great to be connected Paul your profile and words of wisdom and encouragements are truly refreshing I am aware that I have to improve on being a better communicator, so that the real positive changes can break thru in my life, enabling me to achieve so much more to share with others changing and maximising their potentials. Will need to address this small blockage that needs to be unlocked to catapult me to where I have to be to function well. Great being connected Paul. Thank You. Wishing you always favour filled success "

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"I met Paul this afternoon and the first thing that came across was how perceptive and truly caring he is. Starting with his inspiring profile his genuine willinness to help and bring out the best is definetely a quality that came across very strongly. We shared some good ideas and I would highly recommend that if you are stuck or need help with anything in your life or business than please just connect with Paul. I was very impressed. Thank you Paul. Warm wishes Uzma "

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"I met paul last night at he ecademy event in Londond adn so enjoyed meeting him. Paul is a very special person with a treasure trove of ideas to bring about good change in this world of ours.He is a wonderful, energising , inspiring person to talk to and very open and contactful. His integrity shines out of him and the love he has for the work he does is visible. Contact him; it will be treat for you. He is bringing light into the world. Looking forward to creating things together. Georgeanne"

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"Dear Paul, Thank you for adding me in to your network & contacts, I believe this network engine will support and help as build & develop successful entire business, It is always great to associate with other members. If you need my assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time. Best Regards Olga "

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"It is incredible how one can easily get on very well with Paul, he is so welcoming, so easy going, and especially so communicative. Thank you Paul for being yourself, I can assure you that you are a valuable asset to Ecademy network. Wish you all the best! Bouchra"

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"Dear Paul is the kind of person everybody admires. Great networker and communicator. A man with a vision. Proactive, Appreciative, Optimistic, Trustworthy. It is an honor and pleasure to be part of his network."

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"I was happy to connect with Paul. I enjoyed reading the inspirational messages on his profile. I copied the part about communication and sent it to my close friend, in an effort to learn to use words better toward more effective communication. I've often used the techniques he outlines, having learned these methods in college, but reading it written by Paul gave me validation toward what I've been doing in my own life. I appreciate what Paul is doing here, making his own contribution to the positive atmosphere here at Ecademy. Sarah Dees"

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"Paul is one of those people you are just impressed by. I met and worked with Paul in London this year and found that he is right on the money.We were chatting with a fellow in abar and Paul sat and listened for some time then shot one of those really perceptive comments across the table that just nailed the conversation. He is VERY astute and I think quite savvy. Apart from that Paul is a 'real' guy - and very comfortable in his skin. I think he would tell it like it is usually and I think that's what I found most refreshing about him. I know that he has a pretty good track record in his field and he's ben around the block afew times so I am quietly confident he'd throuw some 'stretchy' into the mix to sharpen you up. Andrew Priestley The Coaching Experience"

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"Paul is a creative networker which he should have credit for. CWC"

Louisa Catharine Forsyth

"Very friendly, thank you for the warm welcome!"

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Ann Shaw

"Paul is responsive and has a very deep and interesting mind."

Julie Gunn

"This is an extraordinary coach - just a couple of short conversations have helped me sort out some major sticking points - looking forward to further breakthroughs ... and thankyou!"

Lisa Fallows

"Excellent - a true mind engineer"

Katherine Smith

"Paul is genuine and resourceful. A true achiever."

Carole Smith

"Paul, thank you for searching me out the other evening and connecting here. You have a very grounded approach and I'm very much looking forward to working with you as I explore the steps to move the business forward. Best regards, Carole"

Julia Legian

"Thank you for your kind gesture and help. Best regards Julia"

Paula Vidakovic

"What a determinated individual to get to the bottom of any problem! Great quality to have when helping people. It was a pleasure to have met Paul. Paula "

Mary Gregory

"Paul is incredible! Incedibly resourceful, grounded, insightful and creative - a very powerful mix for any consultant to possess and I know he can teach me a lot! I look forward to us collaborating on projects very soon, best wishes, Mary"

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":)Smile,Paul WIGLEY; YOU are Admired for Your ABILITY of searching me out the website Thanks for You kind attention and hope You happy. :),Smile Regards Galen Guolin CHEN"

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"Dear Paul, The Universe send me a Gift:YOU! Thank you for the warm welcome, my new, handsome, creative, energetic, enthusiast friend :) You are like my evening glass of vine, when enjoying the beauty of a sunset, or of a candle, you are motivating and inspiring me. You are full of love and compassion, you are proving ones more how small and beautiful is our "place", The Word. Thank you for being my friend, Carmen"

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"Paul is giving, sharing and funny. What a pleasure to communicate with you. Virve"

Diana Kiselyova

"I am glad to connect to Paul here at Ecademy! It is a person who is fast and willing to help when I have any kind of question or problem. He is interested about other's business and always tries to assist! All the best to you, Paul! :)"

Janie Pendleton, Novelist

"Now here is a man that could probably even change this redhead's ways of thinking, and his name is Paul Wigley! Full of information and ready to help others with his great knowledge, he does what he says he will do! That is everything in the business world. Thank you for the warm welcome to Ecademy and I look forward to using our connection to help seek answers and find solutions for everyone involved! A Quiller at Large, Janie Pendleton, Author"

Denise Hamilton

"Paul is a generous and giving individual who has embraced the essence of shared resources here on ecademy. A credit to the network, I wish Paul all the best in his endeavours."

Jean Flower

"Wow Paul - You are a real Good Egg :) Paul has fantastic communication skills, honest, ethical and intuitive. IF there is any area that you are struggling with - ask Paul - he can transform any thought idea into a purposeful solution to you and your business. Thank you Paul for joining my network."

Richard Derwent Cooke

"They say it takes one to know one, and I recognise Paul was a very able and experienced facilitator, and there are not many around! He asked good questions throughout our meeting and offered good suggestions too. I can recommend him and in fact will do so!"

Victor Marques

"Paul is a true giver in the real sense of the word! Thanks my dear freind Paul for being a positive source for everything ! I will be happy to meet you one day! You are fantastic networker and a friend for life! I raise my full glass of wine to you and the ones that you love! Kindest regards from Douro Valley! Victor Marques"

John Atkinson

"Paul has a great open style and I look forward to developing our relationship"

Prudence Renders

"What can I say about a man who makes CHANGE so simple….if change is what you are looking for and you are WILLING to make it then Paul is your man…. Paul is innovative, focused and he is a great visionary. A person who is always ready to answer my questions (and there can be many), provide me with the information I need in a way that I have to stretch my mind to find the answer that is best for me. He is a product of the mastermind Galileo who said "You cannot teach a person anything. You can only help them find it within themselves." Thanks Paul"

John Brooker

"I have known Paul for a few years and we have worked together on a successful project to train facilitators. He is a very social person, a great listener and really easy to work with. He also has a lot of ideas. Highly recommended. "

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"Paul is very nice, warm and very supportive person. If I need to talk he will listen I am glad he is my friend thank you for being there for me love Radka"

Mariéme Jamme

"Paul hosted an event called "Applied Creativity: Revolutionise the Way You Think!" which I was privileged to participate. If you are looking for someone to unlock your way of thinking, he is the man! He is gentle, kind and will definitely give you the result you need for your organisation. Thanks Paul for a great night, I will share your advice with my team. Merci. Marieme"

John SupercoachUK Turner

"I have known Paul well before Ecademy was invented. He is a truly excellent man. Highly innovative, absolutely trustworthy and reliable. Thoughtful, empathic and sensitive.. A cool networker and a really nice person to know. John Turner - Cobham Surrey"

Corinne Morris

"I met Paul the other day at an Ecademy event and I found him to be personable and a good listener. He genuinely wants to help others and has a clear sense of communication. Connect with Pau now, you won't be disappointed. Corinne Morris Morris Music Productions Ltd "

Jonathan Perugia

"paul has a knack for opening you to positive things you already know but didnt know you knew, and sparking new ideas from old information. a special gift. "

J William (Bill) Moore, HFTC

"Read this gentleman's profile! He is a really class act that knows what counts in helping people. I hope I have the pleasure of working with Paul in the very near future! Smiles and best wishes Paul, you know what counts!"

David Nunn

"Paul actively networks and has recommended another Ecademust to expand my network and for possible business opportunity. His skill in helping people will be of benefit to many more! Tkx again and keep up the good work! Warmest regards David Nunn Weybridge Ecademy Club Leader"

Gary Williams

"Paul and I worked together on a difficult and complex programme with a significant impact on existing employees. Paul's knowledge, experience, in depth planning, preparation, communication skills and co-ordination ensured that the whole process progressed in a timely, efficient and positive manner with employees kept informed, consulted and supported at all times. I would recommend Paul to any organisation looking to effect organisational change."

Nina M. Etholm-Idsoe

"Wow what a person! Paul is warm hearted, open minded, excellent coach, just being there for you - willing to help you with all his wisdom. Thanks Paul for having me in your network. :) Nina "

Isobel Mackay

""Paul is a great listener and excellent creative thinker" Isobel"

Jenny Littlejohn

"Paul is passionate about what he does and genuinely cares about making a positive difference to other people's lives. On a personal level, great company and well worth connecting with. "


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