5 Steps To Working Smarter & Healthier – Not Harder

5 Steps To Working Smarter & Healthier – Not Harder

It goes on to say how a “psychologically demanding workplace, combined with employees not having much control over what they do minute to minute, day to day” is contributing to the suicide crisis around the country.The average Australian full-time worker works over 43 hours a week: one of the highest in the developed world. We also get less annual leave than in many European countries, such as Denmark and Norway.

When outsourcing makes sense

When outsourcing makes sense

You already know you should outsource. Outsourcing allows you to increase your personal productivity, and free up hours (and energy) to build for the future, as well as giving you more time to spend with the people you care about. Committing is the easy part –...
Using money to buy time and happiness

Using money to buy time and happiness

In 2010, Warren Buffet, one of the world’s richest men, announced he’d leave 99% of his wealth to charity. He also met with fellow billionaires and got similar public pledges from them, including Bill Gates and Larry Ellison. Stanford research reports Buffett stating...
Review: The 4 Hour Work Week

Review: The 4 Hour Work Week

Tim Ferriss’s “lifestyle design” book The 4 Hour Work Week is a publishing phenomenon, with almost 1.5 million copies sold. The podcast at fourhourworkweek.com/blog has had over 75 million downloads – not surprising for a book about cash flow which “won’t ask...