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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is a powerful self-improvement book written in 1989 by Stephen R. Covey. For those of us looking for ways to increase personal effectiveness in our quest for greater success and greater happiness, then the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a ‘must-read’.
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SPEAK TO any individual taxpayer and tax practitioner these days, and no doubt ‘auto-assessments’ will feature in the conversation. Whilst many agree that the auto-assessment process is a good idea and there is appreciation of SARS’ intention to simplify tax compliance, there are mixed feelings regarding the implementation and practicality thereof.
WEALTH MANAGERS throughout the financial industry are often asked: “Is my money safe with you?” The answer has to be “yes”, and not just because the advisor says so. This assurance of safety must genuinely be the case. As an investor, there are ways of ensuring that you are dealing with a repu-table professional who operates according to the rules and with an ethical stance.
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Will Smith is a well-known actor who is the first to tell you success is great, but to achieve that success you need to fail a few times along the way. Failing shouldn’t signal defeat. Instead, use it as an opportunity to learn. Learn about the world around you, but most of all learn about yourself
Don’t be a victim. Strive to be a survivor. Everyone fails at some point. To find success, you need to learn how to fail gracefully and then use the knowledge you gain to pick yourself up and move forward.
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