We are all familiar with all the advice on how to get rich. However here I analyse George Clooney’s wealth and provide a possible reason for his wealth.
George Clooney apparently earns $15m per film
Assume Clooney appears for 60 minutes of a 90 minute film
That works out at $250,000 per minute on screen.
George likes coffee, in ...
Here is an article in the Australian Financial Review on Luck in Careers. How to get luck on your side in your career. It is about luck in careers, luck readiness, and luck and career success.
Click this link for the article.
Click this link if you want to take the Luck Readiness Inventory.
Shiftwork is the work we have to do to manage, thrive and survive in a world where shift happens. I've identified 11 shifts that we have to make (see here), so far I've addressed the first four, and in this post, I address the fifth shift. The earlier ones you can read by following these ...
om Cruise was told by Paramount that his salary expectations were too high. It seems that when it comes to salary expectations, there appears to be a large gap between our perceptions of what we are worth and the realities. Part of the problem is that most of us think everyone else is getting more than us. For instance what proportion of Australians as a whole earn over $104,000 a year and what proportion of Australian managers earn over $104,000 a year? More of that later, but first it is worth asking how do we form expectations about salaries? What is a normal or fair salary for a days work?