Simon Constable – Author of “Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter”

Cracking the Economic Code: Simon Constable’s Journey Through the 50 Must-Know Indicators

Mike interviews Simon Constable.

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Simon Constable on the podcast, and let me tell you, it was a mind-blowing conversation. Simon, a seasoned expert in finance and economics, shared insights from his book, “Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter.” Buckle up because this blog is about to give you a taste of the wisdom dropped in that episode.


Simon doesn’t just talk about indicators; he guides you through the economic landscape with the finesse of a seasoned navigator. His book is like a GPS for understanding the intricate world of economics. I’ve always believed that a million-dollar book can lead to a million-dollar life, and Simon’s work echoes that sentiment.

We dove deep into the impact of technology and AI on the job market. Simon drew parallels between the evolution of technology and the disappearance of certain job roles, likening it to the revolution brought about by fax machines in the ’80s and ’90s. Just like fax machines replaced telex operators, AI is poised to change the game. Simon’s take? Embrace the change, learn how to use these tools effectively, and you’ll stay ahead in the game.

His perspective on learning how to learn resonated deeply with me. In a world where adaptability is key, Simon emphasized the importance of being open to continual learning. It’s not about what you learn; it’s about learning how to learn. The analogy he draws between using a calculator and AI is spot on. These tools aren’t here to make our knowledge worthless; they’re here to amplify our capabilities.

Now, let’s talk about the looming spectre of AI in the job market. Simon rightly points out that mediocrity will not be tolerated in the age of AI. The key is upskilling and adding value to your skill set continuously. It’s not about demanding a raise without evolving; it’s about growing and bringing more to the table. In a world where the divide between haves and have-nots is widening, personal growth becomes the ultimate differentiator.

Simon’s thoughts on service and contribution hit close to home. Whether you’re a CEO or working at a burger joint, the ethos of service and continuous improvement can make or break your journey. It’s not just about demanding more; it’s about becoming more. As Jim Rohn aptly put it, “Don’t wish the world were different; wish you were better.”

Now, let’s shift gears to Simon’s podcast, “Constable Confidential.” This show delves into the heart of geopolitics and international affairs. Simon doesn’t just interview experts; he invites you to understand the world’s complexities through their insights. From the Israel-Gaza conflict to the tensions in Ukraine, he brings real issues to the forefront.

Mike Fallat and Simon Constable talk about the book Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators That Really Matter

His recent interview with the son of the ousted Shah of Iran sheds light on the intricate web of funding and influence in the Middle East. The podcast doesn’t shy away from tough topics, whether it’s the situation in Scotland or the complexities of global conflicts. It’s a must-listen for anyone looking to understand the world beyond the headlines.

In wrapping up our conversation, Simon touched on the importance of strength and humility in leadership, citing Reagan as a prime example. Strength provides peace, but it’s the combination of strength and humility that can foster real change. As we navigate turbulent waters globally, these qualities in leadership become paramount. In conclusion, my chat with Simon Constable was nothing short of enlightening. His book is a roadmap to economic understanding, and his podcast opens the door to the complexities of our world. If you’re looking for insights that go beyond the surface, Simon Constable is your guide

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