Author: Gabriela Motroc
There are two saying that most people hate- “running away is shameful, but healthy” and “failure is good”. We fail to understand those who, at first sight seem to abandon all hope and succumb to being a loser.

I think we’ve all been in that stage, night-and-day dwelling in that unsure, maddeningly inconspicuous phase of “what do I want to do in life?”. The frustrating, hair-pulling nail-biting greys that just make you want to sit in your favourite pyjamas and drink hot chocolate and cry.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
When you want to change your life for the better, take a look at rich people’s habits and do as they do. Starting with Dave Ramsey and including Thomas Corley, there are many who offer people the chance to think like a rich person and then become one.

 Author: Warren Black
Despite the Global Financial Crisis, we have all seen property prices continue to soar. Mums and dads and Australian property investors continue to flock in droves into the property market looking to buy growth properties.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Michael Jordan has joined the exclusivist club of billionaires and Forbes was the first to celebrate the athlete’s success.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
MLM has taken the world by storm and Dani Johnson is the living proof that starting a business and empowering others to follow the path of success is the best way to acquire both money and personal satisfaction.

 Author: Gaby Lim
A lot can be pervieved from body language. It is said that 85 percent of what you communicate is non-verbal. To make a good impression, avoid these body language no-no’s.

 Author: Gaby Lim
You’re always on the hunt for a sale or a good bargain. But what you don’t realise is that you can save a lot more if you just knew the things you’re wasting money on. Even if you’re very thrifty, chances are that there are some money-wasting habits you’ve developed without you even realising it.

 Author: Jamie McIntyre
Tony Abbott continues a smear campaign against Putin and Russia blaming them for the MH17 tragedy, writes Jamie McIntyre.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
The news according to which almost 70% of the American workforce does not own a bachelor degree, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed circumnavigated the globe with the speed of light. From then on, every country started to look in its own back yard and unveiled that a degree is no longer necessary in order to receive a high paycheck.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
There is an ongoing trend among job interviews where most people state workaholism as a quality and not a flaw. In reality, being a workaholic can be a deal-breaker, because employers know that in the long run such employees lose their confidence, vigor and become exhausted.

 Author: Jonathan Jackson
Learning is a personal experience, yet according to 29-year-old Australian entrepreneur Richard Chua, it can be successfully systemised. Richard, who is the founder of Talent 100 and recently began working with Google in Silicon Valley, joining the internal strategy team assisting developers and product managers with business challenges, speaks with Jonathan Jackson about following through with your convictions.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
It seems like only yesterday Eike Batista was bathing in riches and standing on a pile of money worth $34.5 billion. But the Brazilian entrepreneur woke up from his beautiful dream only to see that he lost about 99% of his fortune.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
It is impossible not to like Subway’s endless sandwich combinations and the prospect of never being able to enter a monotonous circle. However, there is no chance you have tried all the combinations.