If you kill time you murder success | James Green | TEDxLukelyBrook – YouTube

If you kill time you murder success | James Green | TEDxLukelyBrook


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  • Published On: 2022-04-01 00:00:07
  • Video Published/Author: TEDx Talks
  • Video Duration: 00:16:11
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A believer in the theory of ‘early advantage’ James brings his mantra that ‘if you kill time you murder success.’ He truly understands that successful people are the ones who put habits and actions into place NOW. As Group Investment Director for deVere Group and Divisional Director Europe & Latin America, James manages assets of more than £1 billion across offices in France, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Germany and Mexico, supported by a professional team of more than 100 consultants and 70 administrative and support staff.

Core to this success are his enviable leadership capabilities, eye for detail, decisiveness, work ethic, hands-on approach, and positive attitude – someone who understands the value of urgency and, how without it, you cannot experience real success. His winning Emerging Talent of the Year at the highly acclaimed International Investment Awards at the age of just 32 bear’s testimony to an approach to business and life that sets him apart from others.

Using his talent, experience and passion James inspires others and generates the momentum that leads to infinite opportunities – and in doing so enables his team to fulfil their maximum potential. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx


  1. Thanks for your wonderful presentation but I have some questions. 'How to locate what stages in The Success Journey I'm in right now ? ', 'Can we apply The Success Journey for different aspects of our life ( School, Work, Life) or just our live overall ?'. Thanks in advance.

  2. Generic white man with British accent gives a stereotypical "pull yourself up by your boot straps" style talk with the most cliche' metaphors imaginable and examples of "increasing productivity". Just saved you 16:10.

  3. tho we have heard time and time again similar arguments of time management, but this dude, clearly talked, wired with good humor, sponsored by donald trump-like hairstylist all in less than 10mins.

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