Editors Picks


  • Set goals that scare and excite you

    Our goals drive what we do from moment to moment, starting with the moment we get out of bed. Everything we do has a goal or serves a purpose.
  • 'Sobering stories': one industry's suicide epidemic

    A new collaborative initiative from Winslow Constructors and beyondblue seeks to address the astronomical rates of suicide among Australian construction workers, which are among the highest in the country. 
  • Meeting the new CEO of batyr

    Wellness Daily recently sat down with Jon Davies, the new chief executive officer of youth mental health advocacy organisation batyr, to discuss the challenging and exciting times ahead. 

    Apparently Millennials aren't motivated by money

    New research suggests that, contrary to popular portrayals as materialistic, young Australians do not prioritise income to the extent that older generations do. 

    Where does all your money go?

    Half of working Australians are failing to save anything each month and 43 per cent are living pay check to pay check. 
  • 5 ways to enhance your business culture

    The culture of the financial planning industry has taken a bit of a battering in recent weeks. For those practices with employees, who are committed to building a client-centric culture, here are my five top people-related initiatives.

    'Most people have lost the ability to have fun'

    We are all in the business of selling ourselves. What sells is not just the product or service, it is the person standing behind it. People connect with you first. And if they like you they will use every justification to do business with you.
  • Culture, wellbeing and your bottom line

    Professional institutions are, to an extent, victims of our social history. The Industrial Revolution only happened 200 years ago, and in terms of how humans organise themselves in a societal sense, 200 years is not that long ago. 

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