There’s education, and then there’s learning. Today on the NZ Everyday investor I’m happy to be able to speak with someone who’s been instrumental in providing nourishment to support my own personal learning habit – Martin Hawes. Martin is someone who’s still dedicating his life to learning also, and although he’s no longer a practicing financial adviser, his many books published over the years will continue to feed money-minds after he’s gone. I suspect a lot of his work, both in books but also in the many thousands of his one on one meetings he must have conducted over his career have become core building blocks that many NZ families have built financial independence on.

Support my work via Papal:

Become a supporter on Patreon and help advance the mission of the NZ Everyday Investor!


Complete the following survey to have your say on what you want to hear in 2022!

Hey! Like what you’ve heard today?

I’m on a mission to help improve levels of wealth for everyday people. After all, it’s good to build wealth…right?

Here’s some ways you can get alongside the NZ Everyday Investor – no pressure, but I’d appreciate any help you could offer:

Use the following referral/affiliate links

Hatch: $10 for you, and $10 for me, if you sign up and deposit $100NZD.

Sharesies: $10 for you, and $10 for me, if you sign up for the first time with them.

Easy Crypto: One of NZ’s most trusted places to buy/sell your digital assets. A small portion of the fee charged will go towards supporting the efforts of this podcast.

Share this Spotify link with your friends


So what’s next for you?

Well, you may want to consider the following…

1 – Write a review on Facebook, or your favorite podcast player

2 – To catch the live episodes, please ensure you have subscribed to us on YouTube

3 – Sign up to our newsletter here

4 – Tell me more about yourself here, and have your say on what you’d like to hear more of in 2022!

5 – Become a supporter on Patreon and help advance the mission of the NZ Everyday Investor!

Please ensure that you act independently from any of the content provided in these episodes – it should not be considered personalised financial advice for you. This means, you should either do your own research, taking on board a broad range of opinions, or ideally, consult and engage a financial adviser to provide guidance around your specific goals and objectives.

Would you like to work with Darcy (financial adviser) on a ‘fee-for-service’ basis, or to implement your Insurance, KiwiSaver or Mortgage? Schedule in a free 15 min conversation by clicking on this link here