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Sharing a purposeful pursuit

ANYONE caught up in last year’s tech wreck might be excused for indulging in a bit of soul searching, but Tim Wise claims to have long been into the search for the inner self under the direction of spiritual guide Brendan Nichols.

Therefore it should not be surprising to see Mr Wise spending time this week helping Mr Nichols promote his first book Your Soul Purpose during a WA roadshow.

“I did some of Brendan’s seminars in the early days,” he said.

“After Brendan had written the book I thought it was worth helping out. The whole project is its infant stages.”

Mr Nichols said there was a lot of clutter on the bookshelves in this area of self-help but he believes his book is the first to combine the motivational category with the more spiritual style of guide.

“I help people find their purpose, then they don’t need motivation,” the self-published author said.

“Ninety seven per cent of multi-millionaires all followed a dream.”

He said he sometimes was brought in to consult to struggling companies.

“I am into developing people. I have been asked to go into companies and help them. Companies are made up of people so that makes sense to me, I am trying to be a change agent,” Mr Nichols said.

“I think the main thing I have done with companies is discovering what their vision is. Unless people can quote verbatim what the mission statement is, then that is not a mission statement.”

Mr Wise also is dealing with his own commercial issues, that of Internet float InsuranceMyWay, which has struggled to find its feet since the tech wreck.

The insurance side of the business has been separated from the original listed vehicle under the new name of Wealth Protection Solutions, which is 39 per cent owned by management.

While the public company still hosts the website and refers insurance inquiries to WPS, Mr Wise said the company was appraising a number of different potential projects within the financial services sector.

“The business is still operating but we are a shell in the sense we are looking for other projects to move forward,” he said.

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