Category Archives: Insights

Short Trip – Wilsons Promontory National Park

Photos On my birthday my best friend suggested we head out to Wilsons Promontory the next day.  For Jon it was a chance to try his new camera and for me the new Fitbit and daypack.  For both of us … Continue reading

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Creating a false sense of security and what we lose

As I do every year that I’m located in Australia at Christmas time I got to go to the Boxing Day Test match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).  As an adult the only times I didn’t go to at … Continue reading

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Short Trip 2015: Day 3 – Adelaide, Australia

Photos So today was the last day of my short trip to Adelaide.  It started out with disappointment as the catch up with a friend that we had prearranged was cancelled at the last minute.  This was my fault for … Continue reading

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Short Trip 2015: Day 2 – Adelaide, Australia

Photos After a good nights sleep at the Sage Adelaide Hotel (formerly Chifley Hotel) I set out to explore the city before the Test Match resumed.  There was a march against Domestic Violence in Victoria Square, much more civilised then … Continue reading

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Short Trip 2015: Day 1 – Adelaide, Australia

Photos So it was off to Adelaide to experience the first ever day-night Cricket  Test Match, Australia vs New Zealand the third and final match of the series with Australia leading 1-0.  Test cricket is a passion of mine, in … Continue reading

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Constant  evolution

Forget the past. Tomorrow is a new day. New day, new hopes and new life. Lailah Gifty Akita Life is always in consistent motion. ¬†Sometimes we don’t see that or don’t want to see that but it is true nonetheless. … Continue reading

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Professional Presenting

One of the interesting changes of my professional life is the rather large role presenting to the superannuation industry now plays. I recall a time when I wasn’t trusted to present, not that I didn’t have the knowledge, but because … Continue reading

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