10 (+1) Common Traits of Millionaires

So what makes millionaires/successful people tick? The delightful Paul and Mary Blackburn (Beyond Success) asked what I had gotten out of the hundreds of interviews I have done with inspiring people on my internet TV show Your Money and Your Mindset. In a nutshell, they share common behaviours, attitudes and traits. These can be learned …

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Beverly Flaxington: Self talk for a calmer you-Learn how to use positive self talk to control anxiety and live a happier more relaxed life

Let’s be honest about it, we all experience feelings of anxiety from time to time. It may be for a couple of seconds during the day or it may weigh heavily on our minds and souls imprisoning us in an invisible cage that sucks the joy out of our lives. Suffice to say it comes …

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Business 2 Business = Human 2 Human

I am always bemused by the phrase B2B (business to business) that I see peppered across companies’ websites and associated promotional material. I assume the message that a company wishes to convey is that there is some form of exchange of goods and/or services for payment between them and some other company. Instead what I’d …

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Kirsty Greenshields: Women, Money and Intimacy

Kirsty Greenshields background can only be described as eclectic and all encompassing; she started her career as an Army Intelligence officer, before her own health challenges saw Kirsty become a healer, master NLP practitioner, success coach and author of Women, Money and Intimacy. Kirsty addresses the age old conundrum faced by every woman who juggles …

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100 Women of Influence Award

It’s about time that women stepped forward from the shadows and claim the credit due for their innovation, creativity, money smarts. That’s just for starters. Corporate support (Westpac Bank and Australian Financial Review http://www.westpac.com.au/about-westpac/media-releases/media-releases/2013/5-july) has made it possible for us to recognize the contributions women make to the lives of people around them. If you …

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Women in the Workforce and Domestic Violence

I applaud the National Australia Bank for recognizing and publically acknowledging this sad fact that some of their employees may be survivors of domestic violence. And no, I do not bank with them or receive any monies or stocks for posting this article. (Note: I have deliberately used the term “survivors” and not “victims”. Victims …

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Executive Women on Wall Street: Oh Sisters Where Art Thou

In reading Steven M. Davidoff’s article entitled “Why So Few Women Reach the Executive Rank” (http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/04/02/why-so-few-women-reach-the-executive-rank), I was not surprised when he cited the 3 main reasons for the dearth of women in the upper echelons of many an esteemed financial institution. At first it may seem like grim reading but I cannot help but …

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George Fokas: Stockmarket Cashflow Strategy

It takes guts, Fokas (not a typo), passion and solid education in your chosen investment field to become financially independent. The journey may be a lonely one as George Fokas global stock investor, educator, mentor and founder of Fokas Beyond.com can attest. But it is because of this unwavering self belief and persistence despite negative …

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