Peter Switzer’s 11 tips to increase your wealth
Peter Switzer shares his 11 tips for increasing wealth.>>
When Peter Switzer met Tony Robbins!
The way we think is usually the chokehold that stops success. Peter gives us the tips he’s learnt from being a long-time Tony Robbins follower and how you can integrate them into your life and career.>>
Gender equality: Where do we stand after COVID19?
Applying a gender lens is one very critical and useful step when it comes to designing policy and funding responses that reflect different effects on men and women. The pandemic affected the entire population; however, the negative impact was greater on Australian women than it was on Australian men.>>
Should Bitcoin be banned or regulated?
Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency, has risen by over 800% in the last 12 months, but is regulation required? Read Paul’s thoughts on the digital currency movement.>>
Don’t forget to invest in the most important business: yourself
Want to understand your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats? Perform a personal SWOT analysis on yourself.>>
Get your money life in order now!
Many people could advise themselves to be wealthier, but they’d have to do the work to get money smarter. Read our advice on how to get your money life in order.>>
Are frequent flyer points worth it?
Frequent flyer points can purchase seat upgrades, flights, gifts or vouchers, but is the hype warranted? We’ve given you the rundown and listed the important revelations we think are worth considering. >>
The key ingredients to being rich
Those who are successful when it comes to making money have a few tricks up their sleeves. Read our tips on the ingredients you need for a recipe for wealth.>>
7 wealth mantras from Buffett, Gates, Musk and Switzer
As an investor or wealth-builder there are some rules that really should become rules of thumb if you want to get richer. We give you 7 key rules for investing to build wealth. >>
How an international man of mystery inspired a 20 year career in finance
I was inspired to get into finance through my godfather. Growing up, he always lived overseas - Japan and the US, mainly.