TGR Magazine

  • 23 January 2014 at 12 : 59 PM

    Life in the fast lane

    Posted by in Destination , Status 0

    Life in the fast lane

    There’s motor racing, and then there’s formula one. It’s glamorous, sophisticated and captures the attention of people from all walks of society. ormula One is officially the highest class of single seater motor racing in the world and the cars are super fast, but there is something else about it; something that is much harder […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 52 AM

    The science of success

    Posted by in Science of Success , Status 0

    Napoleon Hill’s work has been followed for decades. The author of Think & Grow Rich, one of the highest selling books of all time, also created the Science of Success. In each issue we bring to you the ideas within the Science of Success, so that you not only understand Napoleon Hill’s mindset, but so […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 55 AM

    Privatise the NBN rollout

    Posted by in Opinion , State of Affairs 0

    Before the last election many people were championing the Labor party’s National Broadband Network (NBN) as the best thing since sliced bread. They didn’t seem to care how much it cost taxpayers or whether or not it was value for money, writes Jamie McIntrye. Undoubtedly, these types of voters don’t understand that a government should […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 37 AM

    It was a strange old year

    Posted by in Opinion , The Last Word 0

    Different events shape our world and imapct our lives. Here are some of 2013’s most significant moments. World events shape the way we treat each other; they shape the way we do business and with whom we do business. They shape the way we move forward in all aspects of life. On a social front […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 22 AM

    Midlife freedom fighters

    Posted by in Opinion , The Doctor 0

    Midlife freedom fighters

    Dr Peter Stebbins examines the ways in which to make a difference and live the dream. Midlife crisis… do you know anyone who’s had one? Have you been there yourself? For some people it is a sudden shock around the age of 40 when life suddenly seems to be unfulfilling, while for others it is […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 44 AM

    Taking an Australian icon to the world

    Posted by in Opinion , Show me the money 0

    A global licensing agreement with iconic Australian hatmaker Akubra is a great opportunity… and one based on trust, writes DKM Blue founder Dorry Kordahi. There is more than one reason why a company agrees to a licensing agreement, yet I believe the overriding one is trust. Recently, DKM Blue signed a licensing agreement with hatmaker […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 19 AM

    To self serve and protect

    Posted by in Opinion , Rules of Engagement 0

    The convener of any law, rule, border or boundary only has power relative to its ability to enforce such regulations, writes Dennis McIntyre. If you have ever travelled to an Asian country, you may have experienced that when certain laws are broken (a common occurrence), a small fee can be paid and the indiscretion will […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 38 AM

    The fundamentals of joint ventures

    Posted by in Opinion , The Guv'nor 0

    Pooling resources can mean lower risk, greater access to funds and increased market share, enabling entry into new markets. Given this, it’s no wonder some companies pursue joint ventures as success strategies. For those looking for growth while needing to manage risk, a joint venture is an excellent solution. They offer the opportunity to leverage […]

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  • 23 January 2014 at 11 : 29 AM

    Every politician should undertake a business apprenticeship

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Take It & Like It 0

    Starting a company is not easy, and unfortunately there is no way to really learn about it other than by doing it. No book, school, mentoring, or even apprenticeship can substitute for hands-on experience and that’s why our politicians are lacking fundamental business management skills, writes Alex Pirouz. When you consider that doctors spend a […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 15 : 31 PM

    Extreme measures

    Posted by in Status , Ulitmate Sports 0

    Extreme measures

    There used to be a line often mumbled about how the Indian cricket teams of the 1970s and ’80s were not necessarily the best 11 cricketers in the country, but rather that they were the best 11 who could afford to play cricket. Nowadays, the Indian cricket system spreads far and wide and first class […]

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