The website ideamensch.com recently did an interview with Guilherme Paulus.
Who is Guilherme Paulus? He is a hotelier and international entrepreneur who is part of the Board of Advisors of CVC Brasil, a tour company, and GJP Hotels and Resorts, a Brazilian hotel franchise. He is currently considered to be one of the most influential Brazilian business people.
The first question that Guilherme Paulus is asked by ideamensch.com is where did Paulus the ideo for his company. He believes that it was actually Carlos Vicente Carchiani, a state deputy at the time they were considering a tour agency. They were considering while they were on a boar trip and they thought that it would be a good idea to start their touring agency in Santo André as Carlos lived there.
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The next question is what does Paulus do on a typical day. He says that he starts every day giving thanks. He believes that giving thanks helps him looks forward to what is coming next.
Another thing that he does every day is to write down his weekly schedule. This schedule makes him feel productive, organized and empowered for the coming day or week.
Paulus was next asked about how he brings things to life. He brings things to life based on faith and on what he actions he needs to do to make the idea a reality.
The interviewer asks him about one trend that excites him. He feels that the trends that attracts him the most is what is happening in technology. Technology is what helps him connect to customers quicker than in the past and can deal with crises faster than ever.
They then talked about what Paulus would tell his younger self. He felt that his younger self would ignore what he was told from elders and experienced people. His younger self should have taken advice from these people.
Guilherme Paulus is last asked what is his favorite quotation. It turns that it is a quotation about prizes being rewards and obstacles being challenges.
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With the ongoing global economic crisis, every newbie in the world of investment needs a guide from the right investment experts to be able to sail through the investment storms. Thanks to the inspiration Chris Linkas for his financial acumen which he is using in advising young investors and giving them a guide in this field. He has an experience of over 15 years in financial matters and that’s why his advice is so tangible especially when he is insisting on investing early enough when a person is young.
It is obvious that many young people don’t have an investing mentality since their aim is to start investing when they get older. This has led many to work longer than required to sustain themselves when they are supposed to have retired. They forget the earlier you start your retirement plans the higher your return on investment will be. That’s why Chris Linkas advises millennials to start their investment journey now when they are young because of some basic benefits which include:
Development of a disciplined spending habit – young people are known for impulse buying and being extravagant but when you focus on your greater goal you become disciplined in your expenditure
According to Chris Linkas, young people have a great opportunity of learning from their own mistakes. This enables them to take risks and if they fail they can always try again because they have enough time which old people may not be having.
Since young people have time on their side, the little they invest is compounded by interest over time. They have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of compounding (http://reporterexpert.com/chris-linkas-talks-to-millennials/). Hence they can grow their wealth slowly over time.
Chris says that millennials have a high affinity for technology and hence they can keep to trends which will help them invest in various online platforms which elderly people may not know.
The advice given by Chris Linkas is valuable to young people because of his expertise and working experience in various the United Kingdom-based investment groups and organizations like the European Credit Group. Prior to joining this group, he served in New York in funding business where he gained much experience.