Gain Effective Tips and Tutorials To Help Master Your Own Financial Destiny
Regardless of what property investment avenue you wish to venture into, information and strategy is only 50% of the puzzle. There are more crucial factors that play a role in determining your financial success like mental attitude, emotional fitness, health and energy levels, etc. This can be described as your ‘Wealth Psychology’ or ‘Mindset.' With over 20+ years in business plus countless hours and dollars spent on personal education, Stuart Zadel offers some of the most effective Wealth Education in Australia.
People typically renovate for 3 basic reasons: to improve resale value, to increase rental yield, or – for homeowners – lifestyle reasons. Regardless of why you choose to renovate, it’s safe to say that all renovators want to achieve one thing: add value.
Every week, our television stations broadcast a variety of lifestyle shows where inexperienced renovators transform trash to treasure in a matter of weeks. However, these types of programs paint an unrealistic picture for budding renovators.
Over the past few days, I’ve watched the damage and devastation caused by Hurricane Debbie and it feels like déjà vu from the Queensland Floods in 2011.
If you’ve been on my list for a while, you might remember we raised more than $70,000 by putting out a challenge to our community to contribute to those affected, and to the rehabilitation of Queensland.
Re-watching my video from back then reminds me of how emotional a time it was and how events like this bring us all closer together.
We’ve got a long history of supporting Queensland, and have many family, friends, crew and clients affected by these latest floods.
In fact, personal friends of mine had a sleepless night checking water levels every hour preparing to evacuate and protect their animals. Thankfully the waters stopped at their front gate.
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.
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?
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.
On February 2 this year, we’ve published a post called… ‘Lights… Camera… Action!’ In it, we announced that we were putting Australia’s Rapid Renovation Guru, Naomi Findlay and her trademarked Formula, to the ultimate test.
Well, after just four weeks and three days it’s done.
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.