Are you Presenting or Teaching?

If you were asked by someone to explain the difference between presenting and teaching what would you say?

You’d probably suggest that there isn’t much difference, right?

What if I were to tell you that if you said the above, you’d be very, very wrong? Since this was first posted in 2019 prior to the pandemic, education has changed. For better or the worse it has changed … but we’re not here to question content, we’re here to clarify the technique of delivery.

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Why Failure is so easy to accept

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Why do we accept failure so easily?

Very few people are honest enough to openly talk about what they want. Social pressure and long held beliefs tell us that wanting more is greedy, but there is a silent underground of achievers out there who do talk about wanting more, and within this faction there are two camps. Those that ‘do’, and those that ‘talk!’

Those that do, not only achieve toward their goals, but many also do their best within reason to inspire and motivate those who talk to come across to the doing camp!

Failing is easy. Failing is comfortable and more often than not this is how the conversation goes!

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Theory or Revision – When do Students learn?

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People are not equal! It may seem incorrect to say but we’re not. Adding to that all clients are also … not equal! Clients learn in different ways, and also have different motivations which have drastic impacts on their individual outcomes.

However in this case—client equality and their motivations really don’t matter, because in this post we’re really looking at when most learning occurs, not how!

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What $150,000 Looks like for your independence

The gross value

Previously I asked the question of how much it takes to retire early. This same question also is how much it takes to become financially independent.

There were a range of answers all the way from a retirement pension that only provides $24,268.40 per year, through to a real case where the money target was $384,000 per year.

Using average figures along with a multiplier of 2.5 I rounded up to come up with a number of $150,000 per year net.

So what does $150,000 look like?

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How much do you need to retire early?

What is retirement?

When most people think of retirement the first thing people tend to think about is the freedom that comes with not having to go to work each and every day. Taking this further the vast majority of people ‘want’ to retire early, but very few dare to explore the options available to make the dream a reality, until time is heavily against them.

But retirement usually has a few common factors namely, having enough money available to support their quality of life without needing to work for more.

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