Fiona: I am an insolvency practitioner and aim to help businesses and individuals with financial difficulties find solutions @armidabr
Jackie: a difficult topic for some I would imagine, believe u have something new u’re launching soon, plse tell us abt that
Jackie: @eelanmedia – thank u for your RT – glad u can join us, Hi Wendy @wwisewolf
Fiona: I am launching a specialist service for solvent liquidations when people have money and wind up usually for tax reasons
Jackie: Wendy Mason @WWisewolf @EelanMedia @fionamonson Waving to all!
RT @WWisewolf: @EelanMedia -@fionamonson Waving to all! / *waving* back!
Jackie: any time for business book reading?
Fiona: I try! Am following web based training programme from my coach with business coach @PaulHannam through @FastGrowthClub1 @armidabr
Jackie: what’s the best advice you’ve been given?
Fiona: That you learn from your mistakes – at least you should! – I try to embrace them not beat myself up.
Jackie: sound advice, so easy to forget, especially not beating ourselves up What is success about for u?
Fiona: Success is living by your values & maximising what you can do for yourself & others & never stopping learning.
Jackie: something more about u, how do u spend your idea Sunday?
Fiona: I’m a choir junkie so a gig with #GamesMakerChoir & home cooked roast dinner. Maybe a cycle ride to work it off.
Wendy Mason @WWisewolf
RT @eelanmedia: @fionamonson never heard of that before is it common ? #insolvency
Jackie: Do u have a biz mistake you could share with us?
Fiona: Agreeing to do work when uncomfortable with client. Usually comes down to their values & moral code differing to mine
Jackie: Sounds good – which quality do u prefer to work with – entrepreneur or maverick?
Fiona: Entrepreneur. You need a mind set where you want to develop & grow, mavericks can have great ideas but can be gremlins!
Jackie: What would b on your business epitaph?
Fiona: My friends would say my business epitaph would be She Didn’t Suffer Fools!
Jackie: @WWisewolf / LOL! just glad u can join us Wendy!
Wendy Mason solvent liquidations when people have money and wind up usually for tax – I think
Fiona: Yes #solventliquidation is when a company is wound up when it has money. there are about 4000 a year.
Jackie: Last Q coming up – who would b around u’re dinner table of positive thinkers
Fiona: @RichardBranson for my son, my business coach @PaulHannam & Stephen Richards a prolific +ve thinking author. @ArmidaBR
Jackie: Thnx so much for u’re time, hope u’ve enjoyed, thnx to views, especially Wendy & Ola
Fiona: Thanks Jackie, it’s been fun! Have a great weekend everyone