Is 10,000 hours of deliberate practice what it takes to become an ‘outlier’ or a master of a task? Carmel Fisher comments on a popular theory.
Diamonds: Are they as precious and rare as we have been trained to think they are? Carmel Fisher looks at the history behind the diamond engagement ring tradition.
Carmel Fisher discusses the future of the mattress industry as it wakes up to new technology and distribution methods.
Carmel Fisher discusses a simple way to retrain your brain to think beyond short-term emotions to help you make better decisions in both life and investments.
What is the life skill that can add 50% to a person’s future value, and does the responsibility to teach it fall on schools or parents?
Millennials versus Boomers: research points to a difference between the two when it comes to inheritance expectations. Money after death is not something that we talk about easily, perhaps we should?
A small appliance company manufacturing cars? Carmel Fisher takes a look at whether this is a good idea.
In a world increasingly focused on the here and now it can be easy to think life is getting tougher when in fact a quick history lesson reminds us all of the remarkable progress of global living conditions, especially over the last 200 years.
Carmel Fisher questions whether some risks are worth taking or not.
Carmel Fisher revisits insurance — is it really worthwhile?
Have you ever wondered about the value of collectibles? Carmel Fisher discusses this ...
Developments in Artificial Intelligence have been making headlines. Read Carmel Fisher’s view on this subject.