Inside Scoop 46 / 17th September

Inside Scoop 46 / 17th September

Dom here, back with another Inside Scoop to let you know what has been on my mind this past week. 

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Till next week, 


What I have been reading: It’s a treat for me to peruse the business section of any bookstore. And if I am in need of a bit of a shot in the arm I will indulge in a purchase or three. I was in Berkelouw Books at my local Westfield this week and picked up “On Trust”, a series of articles published by Harvard Business Review. All about building, maintaining and even rebuilding trust. An essential ingredient in all interpersonal relationships.

What I have been studying :Same bookstore visit – second purchase – “Chat GPT for Dummies.” Whilst I love Chat GPT, it’s often wide of the mark and it never admits it doesn’t know. It will bluff and guess (which my son found out when asking it to sit a multiple choice exam for him (Question: “Are you sure it’s A?” , Answer: “My apologies it’s B”. Q”Really? Isn’t it C?” A: “Certainly, I apologise for the misunderstanding, the answer is C”.) As with anything, garbage in = garbage out. It’s as much about the input as the output – always a reminder that the quality of questions determines the quality of answers.

What I have been watching: Caught “Equalizer 3” with Denzel Washington. And guess what? He’s up against the mob this time! We went for the Gold Class experience: buffalo wings, nachos, and champagne. Who even needs the movie? 😉

What I have been reflecting on: I’ve been pondering over the nature of fear. It’s all tied to future-based thinking. We want to be prepared to shield ourselves from potential harm. But isn’t life’s beauty in its unpredictability? We often tie ourselves in knots, fearing unhappiness or lack of readiness to meet the inevitable unknown vicissitudes of life . Ironically, this very worry and fear in itself, makes us unhappy! What’s the key to happiness then? Flexible thinking!

PS: Have you listened to our most recent podcast episode? It is all about Property Investing in Australia with some members of the Property Lovers Community. You can listen to them all now on Apple, Spotify, Youtube, our Website or wherever you find your podcasts, you don’t want to miss it.

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