Finance and Economics
The Importance of Cash Flow
The Impact of Online Reputation Management in the Business Field
A small business will only grow when you let go
Reasons Why Companies Should Invest in Background Checks
Is your business prepared for the unexpected?
Your Mission is to Know Why Your Organization Exists! Do You Accept?
Topshop no longer want me as a customer – and that’s not a bad thing
Could the cloud save your company money?
Retiring Early
How to Plan your Investment Portfolio
The future of business communication through technology tools
Do You Need A Digital Detox?
Is your Business Creating a Great Impression
How to Recruit Your Next Sales Star
Who’s on your team of committed advisors?
Should You have a Close Friend at Work?
PropertyTutors appoints new General Manager
Think Big, Work Smart: 5 Technologies to Increase Team Productivity
How Safe are Your Bank Deposits?
Have Your Say on Retirement Income Policy
How to Lower the Cost of Your ACC Premiums
Business coaches – are they worth it?
The Flight from Bonds
When Helpers Are Leaders – Three Lessons from the Boston Marathon and UNH
Frugality is not the Key to Riches
One of the greatest myths of wealth creation is that being as frugal as possible is the key to riches and a happy life. There are countless articles written about how to save money and become wealthy by recycling materials, making your own household cleaners, growing your own vegetables, upcycling furniture and so on. While all these activities are very meritorious and may indeed save you money, they are not the path to riches, and definitely not the way to have a happy life.

Being frugal often leads to a poverty mindset. Filling your mind with thoughts of going without and not having enough can lead to missed opportunities, not only to create wealth, but to enjoy life.

If you want to get ahead, it may be more beneficial to set up a business or take on an extra job than to spend your time doing home maintenance, household cleaning or gardening. Unless you have plenty of spare time, it is often better to pay someone else to do these things to free up your time to be doing things that give you a greater return.

The right mindset for creating wealth and being happy is one of shifting your money and time resources away from those things which are not really that important to you towards the things that bring you the highest return or the most pleasure. That can, and should, include being generous towards others.

This kind of mindset is one of abundance and opportunity. I once heard of a man who used to carry one thousand dollars in cash in his wallet, not to spend, but because he found it gave him an abundant mindset that made him happier, more positive, and more likely to see opportunities. Perhaps we should all give it a try!
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Online Reputation Management For New Zealand Business
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Fighting over the Family Fortune
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Conducting a Redundancy Process
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Value Reputation and New Zealand Business
Buying Property with a Low Deposit
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A Few Leadership Lessons from the Coast Guard’s Eagle
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Using Deviant Behavior to Change Outcomes
How to be Financially Secure
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The Masters – Watch-out for Leaders Who Pursue Perfection
Frugality is not the Key to Riches
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The Three Reasons J.C. Penney will not survive
Have you ever lied or deceived by omission?
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Avoiding Disaster with House Insurance
The Pitfalls of Overseas Investments
Awesome Team Icebreakers Business Meetings
Trial Periods – the first 90 days
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How to get your employees to do what you want them to
Record Lows for Mortgage Interest Rates
The Happiest Man in the World
Turn Knowledge into Action
The most common business mistakes and how to embrace them
Business with Australia: Play down the Kiwi bit
Are Business Cards Still a Necessity?
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Proposals have a special place in the mind of many sales people
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