Posts Tagged:Fear Of Advice

I don’t need financial advice, I haven’t got any money!

The conversation went like this: “I don’t need financial advice, I haven’t got any money” “Why?” “Because I haven’t got any money” “No, I heard that, but why haven’t you got any money?” “Well…..”   “Would you like some help in taking control of your financial world so that you can achieve your goals, whatever…

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On Advice

We call ourselves advisers, which means we provide “ADVICE”, but what is advice anyway? There are many professions who are in the business of providing advice, from doctors and dentists to accountants and lawyers, from engineers to motor mechanics, from architects to builders. We all get a lot of advice in our lives, some of…

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Do You Want It Badly Enough?

I describe myself as a poor but enthusiastic golfer. There is nothing that I like more than wandering around a paddock in the sunshine attempting to hit a small, defenceless white ball with a tool that is ill-equipped for the purpose. Like most golfers, a goal of mine is to lower my handicap sufficiently to…

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Why You Can Never Catch Up!

I keep banging on about the need to start NOW – see articles here and here for examples of my rants. To reinforce the point, I want to remind you of something you probably learned in High School. It is what Einstein described as the eighth wonder of the world (there is some debate as to…

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Remember Why You’re Doing This

On a recent trip to the UK I had to have a wry chuckle. (I’m allowed, I was born there). We were visiting lot of different scenic, historical and variously important sites. (Blenheim Palace, Chatsworth House, Chelsea Flower Show, Bourton-On-The-Water), and as the inevitable tour buses rolled in, the first thing the Brits had to…

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The Time For Advice is Now!

“It’s only advice dammit, not holy decree!” – Paul Wright   I once heard a story in connection with advertising “when the business owner was enjoying the good times he did not need to advertise, when he was experiencing bad times he could not afford to advertise, funny thing is that nobody remembers his name.”…

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Do You Crave Certainty?

My crystal ball must be on the blink. I bought it in New Zealand so maybe it is only tuned to the local cosmic frequencies there, but despite having spent a deal of time gazing into it, I have been unable to see anything remotely resembling the future, other than my increasingly distorted reflection. I…

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Are you making the right choices in small business?

The “control freak” in most business owners ,is probably why we are in business for ourselves in the first place. As a small business owner myself for more than 30 years, I have first hand experience of the ups and the downs that this most interesting of endeavours can bring. The excitement of success is…

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On Professionalism

A professional is true to his beliefs Professionals are not swayed by popular opinion Professionalism is having the courage to tell your client something they don’t want to hear.   A professional seeks to add value Professionals do not accept payment for doing nothing Professionalism is advising your client to terminate  your services when you…

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Do You Really Need That Self-Managed Superannuation Fund?

At some time, many of us will consider whether or not to have a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF). Whilst SMSF’s can be a useful structure, they are not for everyone, and there are some commonly held myths about them, which in true Adam and Jamie fashion I am about to bust. A detailed free guide…

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