Stuart Zadel is one of Australia's freshest wealth education experts and teaches thousands of Australians annually from his vast knowledge and experience in leadership, entrepreneurship and most importantly, your mindset for success.
We’re all creatures of habit. And because we are, we develop good and bad habits. Just like these bad habits we should give up.
We’re all creatures of habit. And because we are, we develop good habits. But we can’t call life ‘life’ if we’re all about good habits. Sometimes, we discover that what we initially thought to be a good habit isn’t really good at all. Just like these habits that are worth giving up.
Stuart Zadel talks about the three levels of wealth. And he’s starting with the first one in this post: security.
Let’s talk about wealth. I want to give you a working definition of wealth. Here’s my working definition. You don’t have to jot it down but instinctively here is what it is, a sufficient amount of money invested at a high enough rate of return that you can live the lifestyle you desire indefinitely without having to work.
Stuart Zadel discusses how to create a vision board and why you need it for everyday success.
What would you like to accomplish?
Creative, visual and easy – vision boards have become a popular motivational tool used by people of all ages for a variety of reasons. In terms of goal setting exercises, you’ll not find a more effective and simple way to begin the process.
Discover the impact financial education on kids and money today. Stuart Zadel discusses.
What impact is our financial education having on our children?
Educating our children on the importance of money and the role it plays in the world can be a challenging and time consuming task. However, the long-term benefits of this education can far exceed the amount of time spent teaching it.
Good money management skills and attitudes to smart saving and spending are worthy characteristics when taken into adulthood, but are we teaching our children the right things? Our current system teaches kids to work for their money, but should we be teaching them to make their money work for them?
What are the common characteristics of the wealthy? Check out this post based on The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William Danko.
Discover what the wealthy have in common.
Are you friends with someone who is more satisfied by simply looking rich rather than actually being rich? The research in The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley and William Danko suggests that, on average, most people would be able to get by for one or two months if their cash flow is to cease tomorrow. Even today in Australia, most people are living from one pay day to the next.
Stuart Zadel presents the 6 crucial steps for you to master the art of negotiation and succeed with it.
How do you win in a negotiation?
The ability to sell and the ability to negotiate are perhaps two of the most important skills you can have in business and in life. In fact, negotiating is probably the most highly paid work you’ll ever do. Think of it this way: if you get $100 extra when selling a bike and it only takes 5 minutes to do so, you are effectively earning $1200/hour. So many traditional sales coaches have steps to sell; however, when we talk about the steps in negotiation, not many people tend to know what it involves.