Negotiation touches every part of our lives. Relationships in business and in our personal lives are negotiated. And the skills to do it effectively can often mean the difference between getting what you want or losing out. You don’t get what you deserve, you get
Hi, I’ve recently had a chat with my colleagues during a work lunch about disability cover. We are all young professionals starting out in promising careers; some of us have disability cover and some don’t. Why should someone in my position have this? I feel
The average home purchase price paid by buyers aged between 20 and 30 over the past 12 months was R772,000, buyers aged 50 to 60 paid an average of R1,337,000, buyers over-60 paid R1,687,000.
This is according to bond originator, BetterLife Home Loans, which revealed that
“Finish each day before you begin the next, and interpose a solid wall of sleep between the two.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Why do we think it’s a sign of success to be constantly busy? How many of you walk into a morning meeting or the
Ernest Mashaba and his family have been evicted four times from their home in Likole Extension 1 in Katlehong, near Johannesburg. Now they face eviction for the fifth time.
Each time the sheriff and “red ants” arrive to remove their belongings from their home, Mashaba and
Hands up if this has never happened to you: Rushing out of the house, late for work and minutes later sitting in traffic not quite sure if you’ve locked your back door after letting the dogs out; did you close the bedroom window?
It’s easy to
Word out on the street (Long Street?) is that property in Cape Town is really expensive. Like crazy expensive. As in Donald Trump crazy.
But just how bad is it?
I decided to look a little deeper into the topic, and I think the results will surprise
Hi, I’m about to buy my first home and my parents are going on and on about ensuring I have an access bond. I’d like to know what you think of this. What makes paying extra money monthly into my access bond better than investing
It’s difficult to know what employees want, unless, of course, you actually just ask them. That’s exactly what CBRE Inc did; it asked 13,000 Millennials from around the world and a further 6,900 internal employees across all generations what they want in their ideal workplace.
Behaviour can be a tough thing to change; especially if there are just about no consequences for doing things they have always been done.
Human beings are divided into two categories: Those who litter and those who don’t; with smokers often in the littering camp.