What Do Our Successful Graduates Have In Common?

Matt and Liz Raad discuss traits of successful students

We often get asked how do our most successful students make the amount of money that they do? How do they achieve this level of success, and how do they do it so quickly? Matt and I have been teaching this for over 8 years now, and we consistently see common traits in the people…

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Is Your Job Safe?

Digital disruption is coming. Matt and Liz Raad discuss digital skills needed to stay employable

Job security is something that comes up a lot when we talk to students. With the shift in digital economy, people are becoming more aware of the types of skills they need to remain employable and keep their job secure. Times have definitely changed though and completing a 4+ year degree just isn’t going to…

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Should Kids Learn To Code?

Matt and Liz Raad discuss should kids learn to code

Liz and I tend to share different views over whether kids should be learning to code. If you’ve seen us talk live, you may have already noticed! We’re finding that it’s becoming more common in today’s digital age the need to learn code. But the question is, should our kids be taught coding? Today we…

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Website Flipping Success – From Clerk To $400,000 in Website Deals

Website Flipping Success interview Liz Raad

Joe Burrill is one of our graduates, who has achieved his goal of quitting 9 to 5 work and becoming a website investor and renovator by the age of just 26. I caught up with him in Australia as he was about to fly off to travel the world and live in Sweden, to hear…

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4 Ways You Can Leverage Digital Disruption and Launch Your New Career

ebusiness institute digital marketing career

  If you’ve found yourself worrying lately about your future job prospects because of all this talk of digital disruption, you’re not alone. Of the 1400 Australian workers recently surveyed about this topic, 60% expect to change roles or even industries sometime in the next 10 years, and 67% of young people new to the…

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