Look up

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I was hiking on a track enjoying some fresh air when I came to a rather steep hill. As with anything difficult I put my head down and focused on what was in front of me and got through the demanding part of the walk. It wasn’t until afterwards, walking back the way I came down the […]
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I’m Sorry

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From a young age, we’re taught to immediately say sorry if something bad happens. This was important to understand the consequences of our actions and show sincere apology for selfish actions or mistakes we would make in our youth. In our childhood these were usually for small things, not following instructions or perhaps taking a […]
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A Weighing of Expectations

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Our world is filled with expectations. It’s how our minds deal with the events and stimulus around us. Without this ability the mind would be on a constant edge of uncertainty, not knowing what lays wait around the corner. Expectations are impossible to escape – we place them on people, events, experiences, investment markets, ourselves, […]
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Making a Corporate Tagline

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We thought we were almost finished. The entire team, all 10 of us, not only understood the difference between a Mission Statement and a Vision Statement, but we had agreed on one of each. Mission Statement: To serve by inspiring and supporting lasting success Vision Statement: Potential realised. For all. We also agreed on the […]
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Robo-advice vs. Advice

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I’m a financial adviser and I’ve been hearing a lot of talk recently that we’re being replaced by robo-advisers. Certainly, a fundamental change is about to sweep the Australian market and advisers have to move with the times… But, I’m not going out to look for another job, just yet. I’ve seen this before… My […]
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