Rekindling your spark

Rekindling your spark

April was an exciting month as we started to see the first signs of, not only Spring, but normality on the horizon. As we navigate the next few months on the roadmap out of lockdown, our Chairman, Brian Morman, gave his insight into what the last year has meant for himself, and the company, in his recent interview with business support specialists, Circle2Success.

Positive outcomes

During the discussion Brian shares his experience of how Brunsdon Financial adapted its operations quickly when the pandemic struck, including taking the difficult decision of placing seven staff on furlough. However, we were quickly able to bring them back into the business full time.

Brian also discusses the expansion and growth the company has undergone over the last year, in spite of the recent health crisis, and that how in addition to welcoming back the seven team members who were originally placed on furlough, we’re proud and privileged to have also taken on 13 new employees since the start of 2020.

Making meaningful changes

The interview gave the opportunity for our Chairman to highlight the marked increase Brunsdon Financial has seen in clients wanting a change of direction after having time to reflect over the last 12 months, something which he believes ties in with more of us wanting to develop a sense of authentic purpose.

The conversation covers thoughts around personal growth, self-confidence and financial wellbeing; a topic we feel strongly about here at Brunsdon Financial. Brian speaks about the importance of wellbeing in all senses and how it is now permeating all areas of our lives, not just our bodies and minds.

You can also hear about Brunsdon Financial’s charitable foundation and the work Brian and our team have done to support this over the years, as well as details about his new upcoming book and future plans for the company.

If you’d like to discuss your own financial wellbeing or are considering a change in direction, get in touch with your Brunsdon Financial Adviser.

Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party websites. Investments can fall as well as rise, irrespective of the level of risk chosen, and the value of an investment and any income generated from it cannot be guaranteed and can fall as well as rise as a result of market volatility. You may not get back the amount you originally invested. Please note that the views and opinions expressed in this interview and his books are those of Brian Morman. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Brunsdon Financial Services Ltd.

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Rekindling your spark

Rekindling your spark

April was an exciting month as we started to see the first signs of, not only Spring, but normality on the horizon. As we navigate the next few months on the roadmap out of lockdown, our Chairman, Brian Morman, gave his insight into what the last year has meant for himself, and the company, in his recent interview with business support specialists, Circle2Success.

Positive outcomes

During the discussion Brian shares his experience of how Brunsdon Financial adapted its operations quickly when the pandemic struck, including taking the difficult decision of placing seven staff on furlough. However, we were quickly able to bring them back into the business full time.

Brian also discusses the expansion and growth the company has undergone over the last year, in spite of the recent health crisis, and that how in addition to welcoming back the seven team members who were originally placed on furlough, we’re proud and privileged to have also taken on 13 new employees since the start of 2020.

Making meaningful changes

The interview gave the opportunity for our Chairman to highlight the marked increase Brunsdon Financial has seen in clients wanting a change of direction after having time to reflect over the last 12 months, something which he believes ties in with more of us wanting to develop a sense of authentic purpose.

The conversation covers thoughts around personal growth, self-confidence and financial wellbeing; a topic we feel strongly about here at Brunsdon Financial. Brian speaks about the importance of wellbeing in all senses and how it is now permeating all areas of our lives, not just our bodies and minds.

You can also hear about Brunsdon Financial’s charitable foundation and the work Brian and our team have done to support this over the years, as well as details about his new upcoming book and future plans for the company.

If you’d like to discuss your own financial wellbeing or are considering a change in direction, get in touch with your Brunsdon Financial Adviser.

Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party websites. Investments can fall as well as rise, irrespective of the level of risk chosen, and the value of an investment and any income generated from it cannot be guaranteed and can fall as well as rise as a result of market volatility. You may not get back the amount you originally invested. Please note that the views and opinions expressed in this interview and his books are those of Brian Morman. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Brunsdon Financial Services Ltd.

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