Sunday, February 24, 2008

Which of my articles were most helpful to you? Why?

Which of my articles were most helpful to you? Why?

Hi! In case you don't know, my name is Rajen Devadason and most of the people who reach this page of my blog are longtime readers of my FREE articles. If you aren't one of them and don't know how to access my articles on financial planning, goal-setting and time management, yet actually want to, then you're welcome to do so here.

Read those that interest you the most and leave a clear comment, please, on how they have helped you. Future readers will then benefit from your investment in time and self-directed learning. Perhaps even more importantly you will benefit today.

Thanks for dropping by. Happy reading!

Finally, if you'd like to know a little bit about me and my consulting services, here's my bio. Ciao!

Warmest regards,


PS. If you want to invest in a digital resource that will help you take charge of your own personal development by teaching you how to quickly craft YOUR OWN mission statement, you are invited to part with your hard-earned, selectively channelled money to buy my Special Report on that subject here.

Rajen Devadason is CEO of RD Book Projects and its sister company RD WealthCreation Sdn Bhd. He lives in sunny, peaceful Malaysia with his gorgeous wife Rachel. He's a Malaysian Securities Commission-licensed financial planner, a life planning consultant, a professional speaker and a serial author... which probably explains why he's so exhausted! Some of his books are available here, and, if you're interested, here are some quotations he reckons are accurate, bold or cool.


Blogger Tuck Yip said...

Its hard to see a loved one departs. I too missed my two parents who departed due to old age some years ago. My condolence to you and your family. In a way it is a blessing and that's how the life cycle or wheel of life works, we the surviving generation will live on with fond memories of our parents and like you treasure the lessons that they have imbued on us.

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