TGR Magazine

  • 22 May 2014 at 10 : 47 AM

    The importance of giving back

    Posted by in Business , The Core 0

    The concept of ‘giving’ can take many forms, but the joy it brings is the greatest gift, writes Pat Mesiti. It is said, “The depth of a person’s wealth is not in what they have but in what they give.” If this is so, then the wealth of a person or business either increases or […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 11 : 44 AM

    There is no looking back

    Posted by in Shares & Alt Investments , The Core 0

    There is no looking back

    Regret and disappointment are natural emotions, but how you deal with them can have serious impact on your business decisions, writes Wai-Yee Chen. When asked to review past performances, some gloss over past negative results or decisions and launch straight into the profitable stocks picked or decisions that resulted in wins and gains. Then, there […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 10 : 34 AM

    Take the politics out of education

    Posted by in Most Popular , Opinion , State of Affairs 0

    Political influence invariably seeps into every aspect of society, whether it is infrastructure, business, health care or education. Even though education should be void of political bias, that is not the case in Australia. At least Education Minister Christopher Pyne seems to think so. Kritika Seksaria reports. Mr Pyne recently stated that by the middle […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 10 : 20 AM

    It’s a mad, mad world

    Posted by in Opinion , The Last Word 0

    March Madness is the most awaited event of the year for the sports savvy. Not necessarily for sport itself, but because of the money a lucky person can win if they correctly guess the winners of all 63 games in the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament 2014. Although the odds are discouraging with one in […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 10 : 30 AM

    Science of Success

    Posted by in Science of Success , Status 0

    FIFTH BIG IDEA The power of thought is the only thing over which you have complete and unquestionable control. We are the only creatures on earth with the power of self-determination, the right to choose what our thoughts and actions will be. Animals of lower order are governed by inherent habits and instincts. They do […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 10 : 14 AM

    Bowling us over

    Posted by in Most Popular , Motoring , Status 0

    Bowling us over

    The Super Bowl is an extreme event. Everything about it is extreme, from the brilliant ads which companies have spent millions to make and even more millions to air during the event, to the half time entertainment, which this year was far more entertaining than the game itself. This is big. So what better way […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 09 : 16 AM

    Coming to Australia

    Posted by in Feature 0

    Coming to Australia

    Australia is a country built on immigration. The majority of Australians need only go back a few generations to find a descendant who left a foreign homeland to settle Down Under. When someone moves to another country to live, it is generally for opportunity. It might be that their homeland was unsafe or oppressive, or […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 09 : 20 AM

    Embrace your fate

    Posted by in Feature , Most Popular 0

    Embrace your fate

    Cultural diversity in the workplace is increasing. While some organisations are reluctant to put diversity policies in place, there is a growing wave of affirmative action leading to superior returns on investment. According to the results of a recent study conducted in 2013 by Diversity Council Australia (sponsored by PwC and IBM), only 22.2% of […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 09 : 20 AM

    Lessons from the kids: lesson #1

    Posted by in Leadership Dad , Opinion 0

    Lessons from the kids: lesson #1

    David Spark is a business adviser and father. In this series, he examines what we can learn from our kids and how we can apply this to our business lives. At Christmas time the wife and I loaded the kids into the SUV for our annual family holiday and headed up the Hume Freeway to Canberra. […]

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  • 2 April 2014 at 09 : 01 AM

    Building the best brand money can buy

    Posted by in Opinion , The Coach 0

    The best way to build a brand is to make sure it’s worth investing in before you start, writes Jon Michail. Throwing money at a brand in the short-term can have some benefit and throwing tons of money can even help in the medium-term; however for brand value to increase in the long-term it must […]

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