Spring has sprung

14th March 2017 by

It has been a busy February and start of March for Wealth Dragons, with jam-packed back-to-back events, both in the UK and overseas. So what does this tell us? Well, for starters, that Wealth Dragons has become an established and trusted brand the world over. We are very proud of our nine-year journey, our people … Continued

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A Beginner’s Guide to Credit Scores

29th July 2016 by

I read an article in last Sunday’s The Sunday Times about credit score errors being on the rise. For those of you who are unfamiliar with credit scoring, particularly if you want to start to investing, here is an easy-to-remember (by using the acronym C.R.E.D.I.T.) summary on to how to get started, with a view … Continued

Lessons From The Greatest (RIP)

8th June 2016 by

The world lost another legend last week. Muhammad Ali was not just one of the greatest fighters and sporting icons of all time, but he also spoke out and campaigned for civil rights, as famous for his inspirational quotes as he was for his skills in the boxing ring. As I read the news reports, … Continued

100% CONfidence?

23rd May 2016 by

100% CONfidence? So, The Sunday Times reports today there is a new level of confidence in the (property) market. The sun is shining, London has a new Mayor and Spring appears to have finally sprung. In the last two weeks alone, some lenders have introduced 100% mortgage products into the marketplace and Nationwide, the UK’s … Continued

The Power of Hope

27th April 2016 by

I want to share with you one of my all-time favourite quotes from the American personal development guru and motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar: “You can make positive deposits in your own economy every day by reading and listening to powerful, positive, life-changing content, and by associating with encouraging and hope-building people.” The part I find … Continued

Wealth Dragons Academy Hall (Kenya)

30th March 2016 by

I am often asked why I wanted to become wealthy (or as we say in industry speak, ‘financially free’). My answer is always simple: to create future stability for my family and to help others help themselves. For those who understand The Law of Reciprocity and The Law of Attraction, we should all give as … Continued

Sweet Enough?

22nd March 2016 by

Last week, the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced a new sugar tax as part of his Spring Budget. Manufacturers will be taxed on foodstuffs containing added sugar and this money will purportedly go towards helping to fund sports facilities and activities in schools.   At first glance, this may look like a welcome move, and certainly … Continued

West Goes South

23rd February 2016 by

West Goes South This week’s news agendas and social media feeds have been full of comment and opinion about Kanye West’s alleged $53 million debt. Kanye has even tweeted Mark Zuckerberg asking for a $1 billion investment into his business interests. So whilst the conspiracy theorists believe this may just be a sturdy marketing ploy … Continued

Living the (Disney) Dream

10th February 2016 by

Walt Disney famously said, “If you can dream it, you can do it”. And he certainly lived up to his words. That quote has always inspired me and I have dedicated my life to turning my dreams into reality, so I was dismayed to read a recent article in the Daily Mail that suggested a … Continued