TGR Magazine

  • 1 April 2014 at 12 : 23 PM

    The ice breakers

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    The ice breakers

    Rachael Robertson spent 12 months in Antarctica on an isolated station. She has recently written a book, Leading on the Edge, about how to take charge in such extreme situations. Here she gives Jonathan Jackson insight into how lonely it is to be a leader while sometimes feeling like there is no support and how […]

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  • 24 January 2014 at 11 : 45 AM

    Creating the best business money can buy

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    ”All men dream: not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are the dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.” – T. F. Lawrence, Seven […]

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  • 24 January 2014 at 11 : 28 AM

    Philanthropy: The New Year’s resolution you’ll want to keep

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    Philanthropy: The New Year’s resolution you’ll want to keep

    Whether it’s getting fit, losing weight or saving money, Australians love to make New Year’s resolutions. But what if your resolution was less about yourself and more about your impact on others? What if you decided this is the year you’re going to do ‘something good’ for the world? iving back to the community can […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 14 : 32 PM

    Australia’s prestige credit cards

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    Australia’s prestige credit cards

    What are the most exclusive credit cards in the world? With the help of finder.com.au, you can see below. When credit cards were first developed for multi-use purposes in the 1950s, there was a stigma attached to using them. The Great Depression was not yet considered ‘history’ and folks were hesitant to trust the concept of […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 14 : 07 PM

    The power of one

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    The power of one

    Despite a small slump in figures during the Global Financial Crisis, franchising has come out of the mire relatively unscathed and in fact the numbers for franchisors and their franchisees are looking very healthy. TGR looks at what the franchise sector can expect as we embed ourselves in the 21st century. Many top companies, from […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 13 : 56 PM

    Strategy first, creativity second

    Posted by in Entrepreneur , Most Popular , The Core 0

    Strategy first, creativity second

    In the overwhelming and sometimes frustrating world that is today, the reality of our lives is overbearing. There’s no doubt that with the likes of technology and the digital world, the constant communication we all face day in and day out is painful, writes Michael Kava. As a result, it’s hard for consumers to sift […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 13 : 11 PM

    What we can learn from rats

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Shares & Alt Investments , The Core 0

    What we can learn from rats

    The brain is more easily stimulated than satisfied, writes Louise Bedford. Have you ever fired up the Google search box for the purposes of finding something relevant to your next task – only to find yourself four hours later amazed by your new found knowledge that a crocodile cannot stick out its tongue or that […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 12 : 47 PM

    Is 2014 the year of the property Lemming?

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    Is 2014 the year of the property Lemming?

    With many of us falling into the trap of the copycat property investor, how can we avoid the pitfalls? Oasis Property chief executive Gavin McPherson explains. It’s one thing to study an asset in hindsight and make an assertion post performance, and quite another to completely see an opportunity for what it is at exactly the […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 12 : 08 PM

    Small business not yet a priority

    Posted by in Business , Expert Advice , The Core 0

    Nick Raphaely comments on the national priorities for small business. As Robert Menzies famously once said, we are “a nation of lifters, not leaners”. Time and time again, we have seen Australian small businesses come up with the best ideas, the best products and employ the best talent to really get the job done. As […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 12 : 52 PM

    The animal has been released

    Posted by in Motoring , Status 0

    The animal has been released

    For such an iconic name in the world automotive market, jaguar has been very quiet – perhaps even disappointing – in recent times. there have been glimpses of a return to the former glory, but equal doses of other models that simply failed to deliver. new F-Type was first presented to the world as the […]

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