@RuthSturkey Learn how Ruth built The Red House Ruth explains the drivers behind and motivations for her exit She shares how Paradigm Norton were the firm for her The challenges she faced and biggest lessons and lots of tips
David Scarlett, The Soul Millionaire, talks to Ruth Sturkey, Client Director London, Paradigm Norton.Key learning points:-When leaders get out of the way of their people … the business has a chance of rising to new heights. -Making every decision in the light of a clear, written culture creates the power to rise above self-serving business performance. -Every successful strategy is founded upon first nuturing successful relationships. -Recruit well. Train and develop carefully. Face up to tough leadership decisions.
It maybe Elton time but it’s not beach and piña coladas yet for Ruth Sturkey
The Financial Life Coach Podcast
What the future holds for Ruth, Red House and Paradigm Norton Why Ruth is so excited about the future of Financial Planning Why ‘What’s important to you about money?’ is her killer question Why ‘Invest in yourself’ is her number one piece of advice How Red House demonstrate their value and service to prospective clients. @ruthsturkey
ICR210: #FPWUK What is Financial Planning? with Ruth Sturkey
Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast
Today is the start of Financial Planning Week 2017. If you're one of the millions of people in the UK who could do with improving their overall financial “fitness”, Financial Planning Week is especially for you. It's a consumer awareness campaign which helps you take some simple steps to kick start your future. This year's campaign is taking place from 8th to 12th May 2017, right across the UK. In this episode of the podcast, on day one of Financial Planning Week 2017, I'm joined by my friend and fellow Financial Planner Ruth Sturkey to define Financial Planning and talk about the six-step process for Financial Planning. Useful links -The Red House -Ruth on Twitter Get answers to your personal finance questions Do you have a personal finance or investing question for Martin? Email email@example.com or ask on Twitter @martinbamford. You can call our dedicated podcast voicemail line on 020 8144 2745 with your question or visit www.icradio.co.uk/voicemail to leave an online voice message.