Andrew Horder
| Trader
Worcester, UK
Mentor rank #1268 of 1713
Startup Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur level: Startup
Life is too short & work too long to spend it doing something that doesn’t bring you meaning & joy
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Since discovering Wealth Dynamics in 2005, over the last nearly two decades I've been mastering and sharing its profound insights. My approach to coaching blends this powerful framework with the innovative strategies of GeniusU and my own material, tailored to ignite a sense of joy and purpose in the working lives of my clients. From corporate managers, through SME teams, to solo entrepreneurs, I've witnessed remarkable transformations that affirm our right to a fulfilling career. My mission aligns with the global goal of 'Decent Work & Economic Growth,' and I'm passionate about guiding others to their own version of success. If you're seeking to make your work life not just bearable, but extraordinary, let's connect and explore how we can turn your professional aspirations into reality.

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Decent Work & Economic Growth

Economic growth & decent work for all

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Grounded, but often gets lost in activity, like Nelson Mandela & Mother Teresa.

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Andrew Horder

Andrew Horder
posted in mentor circle: 101 - Best use of your time on GeniusU

Feb 29, 2024 at 16:57 in Worcester, UK

Quick question: is there a way to get notifications of new posts in a circle I've joined?

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  • Kane Charles

    Kane Charles

    Apr 10, 2024 at 10:32

    Yes, you can receive notifications of new posts in a group you've joined. To do this, there is usually an option to turn on notifications for that group. However, the specific implementation time calculator may vary depending on the social media platform or forum you are using.
  • Helen Barton

    Helen Barton

    Apr 12, 2024 at 21:27

    When you apply similar principles of time management and active engagement to complex academic projects like thesis writing, you see substantial benefits. To support this, I recommend checking out tentative thesis guide, which provides comprehensive strategies for crafting a robust thesis statement. This guide is an invaluable resource for efficiently structuring your research process, ensuring that your thesis is compelling and well-organized. They offer expert advice that can help maximize your productivity in academic tasks, especially if you're at the beginning stages of your research or in the process of refining your thesis.
  • Diosice Othreusa

    Diosice Othreusa

    Apr 15, 2024 at 04:13

    You may adjust the notifications you receive on most social networking sites by going into the notification settings. Look for choices pertaining to group settings or notifications in the settings or preferences area of the platform you are using. Within the circles or groups you've joined, you might be able to set up alerts for new posts, changes, scratch games or activities.

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Andrew Horder

Andrew Horder
posted in mentor circle: Trader

Feb 16, 2024 at 09:27 in Worcester, UK

Hi fellow Traders! As a Tempo energy, I'm a little frustrated by the client journey (or lack of) in the GU platform. It seems confusing, and I get concerned that if I start sending people here, they'll feel the same. Having been using WD/TD for nearly 2 decades now, I keep engaging with the platform and then getting frustrated and drifting away. I guess that need for help could a great way to make sure people I bring engage with me as a mentor though! (or it would, if I could get to the point of understanding it properly myself!) I'm curious, how are other Traders using the platform to support, and even gain, clients?

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Andrew Horder

Andrew Horder
posted in mentor circle: Decent work and Economic Growth

Jan 27, 2024 at 17:58 in Worcester, UK

I'm interested - which do people with this as their No1 Purpose feel is most important of the three aspects of the Goal: - Sustainable economic growth? - Full employment? - Decent work? I know each can feed into the others, and the first potentially cascades down into the others, but where's YOUR focus? I'll start: for me, I'm starting where I can best influence, at the decent work end, making work a better experience for those who are fortunate enough to have it.

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  • loinse bekean

    loinse bekean

    Mar 27, 2024 at 04:29

    People whose number one purpose is focused on improving the quality of work and making it a better experience for individuals are likely to prioritize "decent work" as the most important aspect among the three. This focus entails ensuring that employment provides fair wages, safe working conditions, job security, and opportunities for personal and professional development. While sustainable economic growth and full employment are essential for creating an environment conducive to decent work, individuals with a primary focus on this aspect may believe that improving the quality of work is foundational to achieving broader economic and employment goals. They may view decent work as a fundamental human right and a key factor in promoting overall well-being and social stability. That said, it's essential to recognize that these three aspects are interconnected, and progress in one area can positively influence the others. For example, sustainable heardle economic growth can create more opportunities for decent work, while ensuring full employment contributes to economic stability and social cohesion. Ultimately, the most effective approach may involve addressing all three aspects in a balanced and integrated manner.

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Andrew Horder posted in event: ReThink Social Media Workshop

Jan 27, 2024 at 16:00 in Worcester, UK

The time on this shows 1pm on Tuesday to 10pm on Friday (London) - how much time is needed each day?

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