Here you will find some answers to some question's we get asked!, the more questions we get the more our FAQ section will grow.

Here are some of the ones which have been asked so far!!!

What makes Goodeadvice different?
How can we trust your advice is really Goode?
Do we all need advice?
Is it all about money?
What do you want it for?
All this advice is great, but how do I decide which one is the best?
How do you finance the Goodeadvice Site?
Doesn't this compromise the site?
   
  
What makes Goodeadvice different?
 
Easy – it is based on advice from all different areas. We may even have ten different ways of solving your problem or achieving your goal and unlike most sites I don’t own the products or services that you the reader is asking about. This means my advice is totally un-biased.

 
How can we trust your advice is really Goode?
 
You can’t – and here the best advice I can ever give you – don’t ever trust mine or anyone else’s advice 100%. Advice is what it says on the tin, it is just advice. Over the years I have learnt that if I take the advice given and then take in to account my personal circumstances at that time, then it has always helped me, but although I wish it was not true cutting my hair like Robbie Williams or getting a pair of David Beckham football boots like the adverts tell me to is not going to allow me to sing or play football in front of 75,000 people. So take the advice and then think about how YOU can use it to the best of YOUR ability.

 
Do we all need advice?
 
Advice comes in all shapes and sizes. When I speak to very successful business people (i.e Multi- Millionaires) they all give the same answer (every single one of them) to this one question that I ask. ‘What is the most important advice you could give to anyone about how to be successful in life’ and although they all use a multitude of different words, they all say the same. ‘The secret is people and attitude’ ‘if you can gain access to people who are really good at what they do, then you can concentrate on being really good at what you do’ ‘if you couple this with the right attitude then you can’t go far wrong’
 
Steve Forbes the billionaire publisher said “The real source of wealth and capital in this new era is not the material things. It is the human spirit, the human imagination, and our faith in the future”
 
And as Richard Branson said ‘Flowers flourish when they are watered, and shrivel up when they’re not. People are no different. The best leaders are the ones who look for the best in people.
 
The way I see it, fools think they know everything and geniuses know who to ask.

 
Is it all about money?
 
At the time of writing this, Mariah Carey is worth over £60 Million – yet in a recent interview she said that she some-times still feels financially insecure
 
When asked to confirm he was worth over a billion dollars, J. Paul Getty said ‘Yes, I suppose it’s true but a billion doesn’t go as far as used to’
 
As Richard Branson puts it – Money gives you the freedom to do with your time what you want to do with it.
 
The advice Goodeadvice offers may make you money, it make save you money or it may just improve an area of your life that you find far more valuable than hard cash. The secret is to use it wisely and pass it on to people who you think will find it useful. And that’s something money can’t buy.

 
I get lots of advice but I am worried about what I should listen too?
 
Well it’s simple – you have around 50,000 thoughts a day – you might as well make them big ones
 
When I work with people I always ask them two key questions, first what is it you want to achieve. With some it’s a new job, with others it’s to quit smoking, and with some others it’s earn millions. The second question is then simple:

 
What do you want it for?
 
If you became a millionaire over night would it make you happy or would it in fact move you away from all your friends who are no longer in your position. 
 
People need things for different reasons, with some it’s power, with some it’s security and with others it’s just fear of failure.
 
Let me explain, I have a friend who has been married seven times now and each time she gets married she says this ones going to be the last one. She earns very good money has a very successful career and on face value always has very good relationships with all her husbands (before the divorces). Last year following her wedding I asked the question ‘why do you seem to only ever last twelve months before it goes wrong? And after some real sole searching she explained that when she was younger one of her first boyfriends split up with her following a silly argument. This left her devastated, lonely and very hurt. She went on to explain that from that day she has driven herself very hard to be financially secure and independent, but every time she has a few arguments with her new husband she goes into total panic and thinks her husband is going to leave her, so has she puts it ‘I get in first before they do’
 
Once she realised that her thoughts regarding her relationships were in fact always on the negative side and that she had totally refused to accept the love and affection that we all know comes after a good old argument her whole life changed. Advice comes in all directions but sometimes all we need to do is look in the mirror. Hopefully this will save me money next year on a wedding present.

 
All this advice is great, but how do I decide which one is the best?
 
A writer called Peter Drucker one said ‘whenever you see a successful person, someone once made a courageous decision.
 
Only you know what you what pushes your buttons but sometime you need to take what is known as “an educated risk”
 
The retail billionaire Sir Philip Green once brought 2,000 shops without even seeing them. When asked how he found the confidence to do something so risky, he said ‘I don’t do risk, I do what I call educated risk’. He had done all his homework and research and has he puts it ‘I then bet on my own judgement’
 
Another thing I noticed about the all extremely successful people that I meet is the time it takes them to make up their mind, the gap between decisions and actions is almost none.
 
Remember no mater what your level of intelligence, education or capital, a willingness to take massive action instantly puts you on an equal footing with the wealthiest men and woman in the world.
 
If you think hard enough you can think of ten good reasons why you should do something and then another ten good reason why you should not. The end result is you not only that you do nothing but you end up worrying about it as well.
 
SO: Listen to the advice and then take a bet on your own judgement.

How do you finance the Goodeadvice Site?

Articles are written purely from an “advice” stance.  Yet, once you have finished reading them you will have the opportunity to ask for more information about that particular expert’s service or products. Should YOU decide that you wish to discuss this in more detail then you will have the chance to link up with them and conduct possible business.
 
This business is tracked and it may generate a payment to the site from the author or suppler (sometimes for the click, per user, per application, per accepted application or any combination).


Doesn't this compromise the site?

No. all articles are written and placed on the site based on the quality of the information to you the reader, and only you decide on the value of that information to you the individual. If no paying link is available, absolutely nothing in the article changes. If the best is the best it stays the best.  Financial considerations do not impact articles.

I like to think Goodeadvice is not-profit-driven as the key concern isn't making money, but simply finding the best ways to offer Goode advice and help people; yet in-spite of that, the site is comfortably in-profit so it's the best of both worlds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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