It’s great to hear from so many of you.
PLease keep going for those who have not yet mentioned anything.
I’m in IT and I am keen in studying Law.
I’m already 30. I believe I still have the drive. Am I too ambitious?
Also, I want to keep learning about property at the same time, 2 props are certainly not enough.
G’Day all, Great to see a variety of different
professionals in the forum. Although I saw a
lot of IT people.
Well, myself I am a comedian and am looking to
set up my own comedy company and then get
I am reading up on it now for the last 1
or so years. But currently do not have
the right finances in the pocket.angelsParticipant@angelsJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 11
There is no such thing as being bored… I wonder why so many of you are doing things you don’t want to do in work. Isn’t life here so you can do the things you’ve always dreamed of. Anything is possible, anything; only fear is what holds us back. Everyone on this board today can be as wealthy as they wish, if you put your mind to it and focus.
Everything is possible.
I invest for a living, investing in life.
Thanks for being so positive and encouraging.
Perhaps, you haven’t experienced doing something for yonks. And for most people, they want a change and that’s normal.
Put it simply, it is easier said that done to give up a job and go into investing.
McKnight doesn’t even encourage that in his book, throwing yourself in the deep end.
For the rest of us, we must muster courage to do things differently, and perhaps, get used to ‘give and take’ mentality.susieq22Member@susieq22Join Date: 2003Post Count: 23
Very interesting reading what everyone does…I’m Admin Officer for Youth Office. In other words, I do everything from coffee to running conferences. And hobby which pays, I am a Sports Trainer (or in simply words : First Aid lady for Netball Club and their rep teams)KavitaMember@kavitaJoin Date: 2002Post Count: 45
Caddy222 which government do you wrk for? The Cth? cus everyone i know who works for fed gov are on the internet night and day. Its quite sad actually.good to know some people actually work during business hrs ). enjoy
I work in finance. My father did a lot of property investing in ‘his’ days…. so
I know that one can make quite a bit from IPsLeniSimMember@lenisimJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 2
This is my first posting on this forum. I haven’t got any IP yet although am immensely interested in its potential and am planing to buy some in the near future. I’m a web/graphic designer and love what I’m doing… it’s just office enviroment (and my alarm-clock in a morning) that kills all the joy.
CheersMama2MiaParticipant@mama2miaJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 115
I’m an Environmental Health Officer – inspect food premises such as restaurants and hotels etc
Is it okay to run food business from home?
cook and sell to neighbours. does one need a license to do that?
yes, a lot of kiwi’s or x-kiwi’s seem
to be on this forum. Thanks to these property
developer / adviser / motivator type people
(Henry Kaye, Rob Kiyosaki, Peter Fitgerald, Dolf
De Roos, Steve McKnight, Tony Robbins, Justin
Herald) I have found n got so work material for
my comedy routines. Studying their body language,
their voices, the things they say. Audiences love
it. Ah us comdians love to take the pizz out of
great characters / people who help others.Tilly_2Member@tilly_2Join Date: 2003Post Count: 5
I have my own marketing agency. Entice Marketing.
I produce quality marketing tools for business and local government. Good fun but isolating working for myself. I need a good mentor to keep driving my forward! If anyone is having marketing problems let me know. Maybe I can offer some advice.hoarelParticipant@hoarelJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 39
Do I notice a theme here! I too am working in IT doing Network Admin for a Financial Services company in MelbourneaussierogueParticipant@aussierogueJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 983
hi sach – so surfing this forum is part of your research. you shld be able to claim the computer and yr work station as a tax deduction!!!
thats if yr working?? from home!
Tax Deduction claims? for real? I did not know
that. Thanks AussierogueRetiresoonMember@retiresoonJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 1
I’m in admin, and have been following this website for about 6 months. I have plenty of time at work and great for researching. Currently own 1 IP and have sold two IP’s in the last few years. Planning on buying another one soon.richmondParticipant@richmondJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 831
Sports journo/AFL producer at Ch 9 in Melb.
rCreminParticipant@creminJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 105
Steph: ME a teacher,
Cremin: a cabinetmaker woring as a carpenter in London (More money available!!)
How come there are no other teachers?? One of the biggest property developers over here in UK is a teacher and her teacher husband!!!
Here for a good time not a long time, just do it!.SooshieMember@sooshieJoin Date: 2002Post Count: 974
I’m feeling a little shy now  as it appears I might be the only Registered Nurse here? My actual area of expertise is Midwifery and Childbrith Education. I’m also an Acupuncturist.
I’m not competitive by nature, but I am quietly ambitious. I enjoy learning, collecting post graduates ([:0)]) and taking myself to places outside my comfort zone (except when it comes to altitude, flying or bungee jumping)
Presently, I’m conducting some Childbirth Education Classes at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne.
I’m also a stay at home mum of my 2 boys.
I’ve loved property watching for as long as I can recall. It’s always attracted me, although until only recently (last year) I wouldn’t have considered property as a source of income. I’ve seen the light 
“small steps make the journey” (SAS)MelanieMember@melanieJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 382
Great to see more new folk pouring in – all from IT! I’m a mortgage broker and novice property/share investor from Brisbane. Love this site, look forward to more posts from you all!
The topic ‘What’s your profession?’ is closed to new replies.