Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Effective Student BLUEPRINT

This following post is a presentation I gave not so long ago to Year 11s and 12s at the school I graduated from. I thought I’d share the transcript with you. I’ve changed it up a bit so it’s more … Continue reading

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Interrupting Interruptions: How to Deal with Notifications, Messages and Email

Back in May, I promised I’d dedicate a post on how to ‘train’ others to respect your time. This is it. You’re working on some high brain requiring task. You’re in the zone, or at least you think you are. … Continue reading

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Expectations, Failures and the Pursuit of Perfection

*This post takes a detour from the type of content I usually post. I know it gets into general life philosophy but I thought I’d share it anyways. ‘Only the mediocre are always at their best’ – Jean Giraudoux Expectations … Continue reading

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The Education of Millionaires & How your formal education doesn’t provide you the tools you need for financial security and fulfillment

‘Two more days. Then the weekend. Then repeat the process,’ said a beaten down, slumped family friend as he sat next to me on the bus. It was 7.30 pm and he’d finished work late that Wednesday, not an ounce … Continue reading

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