Tag Archives: Improving your life

Core Values, Mission Statement, Aim and Goals in life

I’m currently going through a goal setting exercise. I’ve always had trouble setting goals and sticking to them. After buying into Early to Rise’s goal setting webinar it made me realize that what I really needed to do was to … Continue reading

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Being fun and focused…is the key for me.

A couple of days ago I went through a mini presentation about Landmark Education conducted by my flat mate (Michael). It was quite a useful presentation and surprisingly there was some value to be obtained when I expected none. As … Continue reading

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Improving myself by the end of the year

I’ve created a list of things I am going to try to achieve by the end of the year. Here it is – Eat Well. Put on some weight Pay off all Credit Card Debt Achieve Saving Goal of 50K … Continue reading

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Nifty online calculator that will work out what your after tax income is.

This pay calculator tool is very handy when you are trying to do your monthly budget and cashflows. I’ve been playing around with it and because you can see exactly what is coming out of your pay and what for, it … Continue reading

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Getting help to develop a better blog/website

Number one goal – To attract more than 100 views a day on my blog. …doesn’t have to be this blog of course. I’m still in the brain storming process. I have yet to find my niche. Putting my random … Continue reading

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The humble student learns…legally minimising tax in Australia.

Say wha…!?!? Let’s just hope this article finds the anarchist remnant out there, though the ATO is welcome… hee hee You’ll find that most tax experts avoid talking in terms of ‘tax minimisation’ let alone ‘tax shelters’ and ‘tax avoidance’. Gone are … Continue reading

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University degrees… overrated.

I don’t have a degree. I count myself lucky. I haven’t been indoctrinated by years of academic vomit… that’s all there is – regurgitation. If everyone thought the same and you were one of them, isn’t that just being mediocre? … Continue reading

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