Time management: The meaning, importance and benefits

It is often said that ‘Time and tide wait for no one.’ Therefore, to achieve success in life, one needs to develop a deep appreciation for time. Anyone can benefit from time management — whether in school, in the office or with life in general. You can realise...[Read More]

Work from home opportunities can be for everyone in 2023

One of the few important things the pandemic has taught everyone is that it’s possible to be productive and earn a living from home. In fact, some companies have seen the benefits of remote working options and continue to offer them as part of their flexible working...[Read More]

Leaders worried about skill shortages

Worker shortages have topped the list of concerns eroding the confidence of Australian business leaders. Inflation and rising interest rates also contributed to the dip in director confidence as measured by the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Director...[Read More]

How cloud accounting can help make your business better and more efficient

Does your company still use desktop software or spreadsheets for accounting tasks? If so, then it could be time to upgrade to a cloud-based accounting system. In comparison to on-premises solutions, cloud accounting for small businesses offers several advantages. These...[Read More]

The different parenting styles and the pros and cons of each

It’s a common misconception that in therapy, a person will blame all of their life issues on their parents. This is not true. However, decades of research indicate that a person’s mother’s or father’s parenting style may have an impact on how they approach...[Read More]

Parents: Positive choices begin with you

As a parent, you already know that your job is to keep your children safe, healthy, and happy. One day, though, they’ll fly the proverbial coop and be responsible for themselves. Luckily, the lessons you teach them now can help them make difficult choices in the...[Read More]

Keeping success in your sights

Money and Life (Financial Planning Association of Australia) What’s the most important thing you should do to make a success of your life? CEO, author and mentor Kylie Travers tells us how she overcame big challenges to get where she is today. The last few years...[Read More]

Measuring culture – can it be done?

(Financial Conduct Authority)   When Insight published an article about measuring corporate culture it certainly prompted debate and became the best-read Insight of 2019. Naturally, not everyone agreed with the argument and in our latest article experts from the...[Read More]

Creativity key to small business survival

(Australian Associated Press)   The growing economic crisis following the human tragedy of the COVID-19 global pandemic has seen small business owners in Australia nimble to react, re-strategize, and pivot to stay afloat. With the Gold Coast’s tourism...[Read More]

Australians upskill to adapt to virus life

(Australian Associated Press)   Australians have flocked to online courses teaching them how to work from home as they seek help adapting to life under the coronavirus pandemic. Studies of one remote working short course has leapt a massive 11,000 per cent from...[Read More]

Working from home may continue after virus

Katina Curtis, AAP Senior Political Writer (Australian Associated Press)   Many Australians and their bosses are discovering just how much work can be done outside of an office as social distancing rules are in effect to stop the coronavirus. Researchers say...[Read More]

The thought leadership you need for a successful super

(Feedsy Exclusive)   You may think your retirement is far off—so no worries, right? Not so fast. To ensure you have enough funds to live well when you retire, you need to learn what you need to do now to make sure you can have the lifestyle you’ve...[Read More]

Goodbye procrastination, hello financial freedom

Money and Life (Financial Planning Association of Australia) Procrastinate no more! Make 2020 the year you get help from a pro to reach your financial goals. Have you ever thought about getting financial advice? Maybe you’ve thought about it for a while, you just...[Read More]

Psych yourself into saving; Lessons we can all learn

Money and Life (Financial Planning Association of Australia) BBC broadcaster and psychologist Claudia Hammond Start small and keep it simple Claudia’s ultimate advice for people challenged by saving is to set your sights low but make a start. “The lesson we...[Read More]