Articles by Peter Fritz

Peter Fritz is the founder Office Anywhere. He believes you should be able to work where, when and how you want; to work and live on your terms. He’s a dad, a husband, an ex-husband; a photographer and outdoorsy guy. Visit .Visit https://officeanywhere.co/ You can also listen to Peter's podcasts on https://officeanywhere.co/peter-fritz-office-anywhere-podcast/


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The average person sees over 5,000 marketing messages a day. Almost all of it says the same thing: “Buy this and you’ll be happier, healthier, cooler or better looking.” It’s always been this way, only now, the Internet and social media have amplified the frequency and intensity to a point where it’s inescapable, and a lot…

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Everyone’s an expert today. In relationships, business, marketing or investing, there’s a cast of thousands that’ll tell you what to do.  One of them is a guy I’ve known for 20 years. Let’s call him Phil. Hell of a nice bloke. But every time I see him, he tries to teach me something, like the…

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“If you can’t be generous when you have nothing, you’ll not be generous when you have everything.” The moment these words shot out from the stage, I knew I’d always remember them. Charlie ‘Tremendous’ Jones was firing off gems that night back in the late ’80’s. They were delivered during my embarrassing dalliance with an MLM company…

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Like is full of paradoxes. We’re told to treat every day as our last and live in the moment but on the other, “There’s no time like the present; time waits for no man.”   So let me explain what I mean and why it’s so important to recognise the threat behind those fateful words –…

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When I was 10 years old, I knew I could be anything. My imagination ranged free and wild, unfettered by the harsh realities of what was to come.  My mum and dad had already lived through difficult times and operated from an entirely different perspective to mine. Likewise today, in their 70s and 80s, they…

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I know a lot of frustrated, miserable people in their 40’s – men mostly, who appear to be successful. They have money, position and all the stuff that goes along with those but they carry with them an undercurrent of anxiety and emptiness that manifests in things like poor health, nervousness or frequent exhaustion.  Of…

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Most of us are trained to believe success is inexorably linked to the attainment of goals. But this kind of success isn’t enjoyed for long because that moment of attainment is fleeting.  We reach a goal and then it’s over the very instant it’s reached. Failure to replace the goal with a new one then…

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Two million in equity; that’s all I wanted. I almost got there, too, before losing everything I’d worked for. I pushed too hard; I went too fast, and I overextended. I had no buffer. When the company I worked for almost hit the wall, I took a 50% pay cut. My wife lost her job….

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Am I too late? Has life passed me by? Is it wrong to want a better life? What the hell is wrong with me? These are the questions I struggled with this time two years ago.   I’d become a cliche; sitting there on the toilet at 2:00 am, thumbing my phone for answers: “How to…

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