Try to make your passion a business

Today, KPMG partner Bernard Salt is a well known commentator in the media as a perceived expert on demographics, especially in relation to its impact on property.

In his article in The Australian today Bernard Salt shares some of his lessons from his media journey, which started twenty years ago at the age of 32. It may seem glamorous but it has not always been easy and has taken “perseverance” in the face of well meaning advice from other “experts”.

 I strongly believing in identifying, pursuing and profiting from your passions so I recommend you read Salt’s article “Try to make your passion a business“.

(If the direct link has expired you can read the article here.)

Author: Matt Hern

Certified Financial Planner professional, Matt Hern has three times been awarded as one of Australia's Top 50 Financial Planners by The Australian Financial Review Smart Investor. He is passionate about guiding you on the right financial choices to achieve what you really want. Matt Hern is an Authorised Representative of Charter Financial Planning Limited AFSL 234665. All information is general advice only.

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