Posts Tagged:Paul Wright

What’s it Worth?

A couple of weeks ago we ran out of water. Some of you may know that we live on a piece of paradise in the Southern Highlands which has only one disadvantage – no town water! Photo by Luis Tosta on Unsplash We have lived there for 25 years and we have perhaps bought water half a dozen…

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Freedom Of Choice

We recently had the opportunity to meet with Bob and Carol, who came to see us to explore what their situation would look like if they were to sell their home and move into an independent living unit in a local retirement village. Photo by Jens Lelie on Unsplash They really felt they were in a position where…

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You’re Not Selling Time

In many service-based businesses, in the trades, in the professions, or in any business where the labour of a human is involved in the delivery of the service, there is often the notion that the person delivering the service is being paid for their time. This is simply not the case, what they are being…

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You’re Not Charging Enough!

“What do you know?” I hear you say, “You don’t know anything about my business.” This is true of course, I don’t know your business, but nearly every business that I have heard of or had anything to do with has had fear about raising their charges. This ranges from electrical contractors in regional towns…

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Life After Business

I was talking to my mate Derek the other day (if you haven’t met Derek, I first introduced him here) Like me, Derek has been in business for himself for most of his working life. We were discussing what we might do once we retired, and to be honest, both of us were struggling to…

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Can I Afford To Retire?

“Client: “Can I afford to retire?” Me: “How Much will you need to live on in retirement?” Client: “Dunno, how much do other people need?” Me: “I’ve heard everything from $40,000 p.a. to $200,000 p.a.” Setting realistic retirement goals is one of the hardest parts of planning for retirement, but is something you can’t take…

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A Simple Wealth Accumulation Strategy

In my role as a financial adviser, perhaps the most common question I am asked is ”what do I need to do?” My inevitable reply is usually something like – “To achieve what?”. “Why, to get rich of course” “What does Rich mean to you?” And so it goes. Of course, what is normally being…

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Legacy

Over the years I have had the great good fortune to see live performances by many of my musical heroes. Springsteen, Elton John, Neil Diamond, America, Rod Stewart, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, Dire Straits, Status Quo, Deep Purple, James Taylor, Carole King, are just a few of the foreign acts, and of course Cold…

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9 Things Business Owners Forget But Shouldn’t

In business we all get very tied up in the moment, in pursuing the next sale or delivering the next order. It is very easy for us to forget at times (or choose to forget) some simple truths which remembering will help us to focus on what is important. Here are a few of my…

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The Next One

For years I have been fascinated by this guy. I have written about him, presented about him, made videos involving him, read several books about him and watched lots of documentaries. I had the good fortune to see him and the Stones a year or two ago, and they, and in particular Keith, were in…

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