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    1. Mental Health for Tradies is Starting to Get the Attention it Deserves

      Mental Health for Tradies is Starting to Get the Attention it Deserves

      There are some really thought-provoking perspectives in this article from The Conversation. It's called Risky business: how our ‘macho’ construction culture is killing tradies.

      Here's one that really piqued our interest:

      Entrenched cultures can be hard to shift. There may be resistance to changes, be it procedures to ensure safer work practices, or new coworkers (women or men) who don’t conform to the “macho” stereotype.

      But this change is imperative. Maintaining physically and psychologically dangerous behaviours is killing tradespeople at work.

      To learn more, take a look at the rest of this article!

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    2. How Walmart's Push for Sustainability Succeeded to Increase Revenue in Unexpected Ways

      How Walmart's Push for Sustainability Succeeded to Increase Revenue in Unexpected Ways

      Stumbled upon this helpful piece from The Conversation and thought that we would share it. Andrew Spicer and David Graham Wyatt, the authors, titled it Walmart Tried to Make Sustainability Affordable. Here’s What Happened.

      It makes some really interesting points. Here's one of the most insightful ones:

      The company’s efforts to operate more efficiently produced significant environmental value – and helped its bottom line. The efficiency of its fleet of trucks doubled within a decade. Walmart has now converted 28 percent of the energy sources powering its stores and operations globally to renewables.

      Take a look at the ...

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    3. A Lot of Property Investors Are Probably Afflicted With Home Bias

      A Lot of Property Investors Are Probably Afflicted With Home Bias

      Came across this fascinating piece from  and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Location, Location, Location: Why Up to Two-Thirds of Property Investors May Get It Wrong. 

      It shares some really intriguing points. Here’s one of them: 

      If you are wondering whether this is unwise, or unwise enough to outweigh the advantages of local knowledge, consider this question: How likely is it that the location you happen to live in will always outperform every other location?

      If you want more, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below… 

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    4. It's Not That Difficult to Design Inclusive Cities

      It's Not That Difficult to Design Inclusive Cities

      Designing cities can be hard work. Doing it with inclusivity shouldn't be.

      Here's a fascinating piece from The Conversation that it caught my interest. It’s titled Making Our Cities More Accessible for People With Disability is Easier Than We Think.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      One action identified was to build an Inclusive Geelong Visitor Centre (IGVC) run and managed by people with disability, with accessibility support staff. The centre would provide accessibility information and serve as a landing pad where people can gather information before exploring the city.

      ...In isolation, an ...

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