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Love this story Russell - thanks for sharing. Good to know there's science behind my love of socialising!
Such an important cause to share - thanks Russell
What an inspiring article Russell! Yes, absolutely we need to do better. Yes, there are some great examples of brave brands out there setting admirable examples for us. Yes, it fits with how we as an industry support people in their time of need to become LGBTQ friendly. And yes, it makes business sense.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2017 on Inclusive Insurance? at moneyblog
So true! We need to be more conscious of our customers' time and attention - we just aren't urgent and important compared to all the other things they're looking after.
Fascinating piece of research. I particularly like the idea that this gets financial services to people who don't think the traditional route is for them. "Robo embracers are more diverse in terms of gender and race relative to the general investing population, indicating a clear opportunity for digital advice providers to reach out to otherwise under-served population segments."
Toggle Commented Jan 9, 2017 on Who Likes Robo Advice and Why at moneyblog
Nice! Have a great Christmas guys!
Toggle Commented Dec 11, 2016 on QPR - Chatswood Team at moneyblog
Great piece of research - and a good challenge to us! Thanks for sharing.
Toggle Commented Nov 28, 2016 on Testing Policy Documents on Children at moneyblog
Bwhahaha! That guy is hilarious!
Toggle Commented Nov 17, 2016 on Boiler Rooms and Other Scams at moneyblog
Good points, well-expressed.
Hear hear! Let's act for the common good people!
Blogging is great, for all the reasons Tony says. That said, not everyone loves writing! Perhaps your style is commenting on other great articles, or perhaps it's sharing a funny picture... The important thing is being authentic to you. The principle that I think Tony is trying to share is getting over the fear and being visible online. Blogging isn't the only way to achieve that.
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2016 on Advisers Should Be Blogging at moneyblog
Awesome work Russell and Kelly - love it!
It was a great day for all the Fidelity sweet-tooths like me! In case of confusion - modelling the cake is our fabulous People & Talent Adviser Morgan Crump, not the cake's creator Michaela Hunter.
What a great approach! Away from blame and toward analysis and systematic change. I was shocked by the number of serious accidents I saw when I moved to New Zealand - even though we have lower speeds than most countries.
Toggle Commented May 23, 2016 on NZ Transport - Safe System at moneyblog
Says it all really! A good response to this article:
Toggle Commented Apr 17, 2016 on No Advice / Advice Comparison at moneyblog
We loved Jeff's no-nonsense advice for doing your annual financial health-check. A timely reminder for all of us! Thanks for sharing Russell.
Good insights Russell, thanks for sharing. There are so many software options appearing all the time vying for an adviser business' consideration. Add to that how time-consuming it can be to introduce new tech to a business... I'm not surprised that little happens. I'd be interested to hear your top picks for the software that advisers should be considering.
The moral of the story is not to under-estimate what asking to get to know our clients better can achieve. It's becoming a lot more 'normal' to trade extra benefits for personal information.
Love this promotion - the first of many? Wish I'd thought of it!
Nice work team! Great to see the efficiency.
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2015 on Quotemonster Use at moneyblog
Interesting articles Russell, thanks for sharing. Fascinating to read the discrimination faced by women (but not men?) for obesity. The moral of the story seems to be to build good habits from the start and never ever let weight go on.
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2015 on Fitness, Fatness, and Risk at moneyblog
Here's that data as a chart: You can see New Zealand has relatively high life expectancy for the number of physicians. That's similar to Japan and Canada, but the opposite of Turkmenistan (lots of physicians, but life expectancy of just 64). Perhaps what we're seeing is the result of the wider healthcare and social support infrastructure in New Zealand, Canada and Japan?
Toggle Commented Oct 14, 2015 on World Physicians Ratio by Country at moneyblog
That's the trick, isn't it - the right balance of data density and clarity. A skilled data visualisation practitioner designs graphics with the data consumer in mind, allowing them to tell their story and explore. When they get it right, we get lightbulb moments!
Toggle Commented Oct 14, 2015 on Your Users Can Take More Data at moneyblog
Nice work team - very cool!
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2015 on What's New on Quotemonster at moneyblog
Go Jeff and David!