Lessons from Debt – a path to Advice?

Lessons from Debt – a path to Advice?

Heard about Grameen Bank – the bank for the poor? It presents a powerful working model of trickle-up development. Founded in the mid-1970s by Muhammad Yunus in a country lacking first and second-world finance infrastructures, it has sprouted up in over 80,000...
The Toughest No’s of Growth

The Toughest No’s of Growth

With apologies to my first favourite author – Dr Seuss. No is no foe to grow. For grow without no is the toughest of grows. In his book  “The Cat In The Hat Comes Back”,  Cats A through Y unleashed incremental mayhem until the tiniest Cat Z makes...
The Advice Gap

The Advice Gap

I love the bush. I reckon it has something to do with my four grandparents being raised in NSW’s central west. It never ceases to amaze me how much I enjoy touring on unmarked open country roads with windows down and the elements whooshing in. Even when...
Is Bigger Better?

Is Bigger Better?

I was consulting with a firm recently. They sought advice concerning their massive growth opportunities. Like most advisory firms today, they were enjoying a solid flow of new clients. Thanks to good networks, they were also attracting talented senior advisers...
What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 5 – Takes Advice

What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 5 – Takes Advice

I love planes. I firstly obtained a gliders license in an old Blanik soaring above Narromine in 1980. I qualified for my private fixed-wing pilot license in 1984 at Camden airport when paddocks and chicken sheds still surrounded it, and later a commercial helicopter...
What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 4 – Achieving More

What Makes an Ideal Advice Client – Part 4 – Achieving More

Seen the Red Bull ‘gives you wings’ ads? Whether you like the drink or not, Red Bull’s advertising clearly aims to inspire people to achieve more in their lives. A similar message for financial advice. ACHIEVE MORE Valuable advice provides clients...
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