The Power of People

Here at M&T Resources, we have an unrelenting focus on our core purpose - we're here to help people achieve greatness.

This space serves to help us share what we know and have experienced in the market.

And what we find interesting, inspiring and pure genius in the recruitment space across Australia and the world.

To empower our clients and candidates alike to acheive success in their careers.
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Absolutely brilliant cartoon by Randy Glasbergen, explaining in modern terms why we have books

And this is why we study libraries in the digital age at Pew Internet!


10 Things You Think About Too Often 

by Marc Chernoff, Co-Founder,

Click here for the full article

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Price of 1Gb of storage:
1981 $300000 
1987 $50000 
1990 $10000 
1994 $1000 
1997 $100 
2000 $10 
2004 $1 
2012 $0.10


"People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it."
- Simon Sinek, TEDxPugetSound

What sets great leaders and companies apart? In his talk at TEDxPugetSound, leadership expert and author, Simon Sinek, explains his theory about why we clamor for the latest iPhone or flock to the National Mall for MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech.  

Watch the full talk here: 


In a startup world full of ball pits and kegerators, Dashlane’s office cannot compete: it doesn’t even have a sink. The workplace amenities (or lack thereof) in its New York SoHo office wouldn’t attract many prospective employees—at least not those looking for the storied Silicon Valley (and Alley) perks. The carpets have coffee stains, office security consists of a life-size Bruce Lee cutout, and employees have fashioned curtains out of cardboard boxes. Vacation is limited to three weeks, and nobody works from home. Cue the sad trombone.

But that’s the way Dashlane likes it.

A look at an anti-perk startup. Somehow refreshing…


Don’t Treat Your Career Marathon Like a Sprint

In a highly competitive global economy, employers need people to put in full days working hard, and sometimes to put in longer days than others. But if workloads are draining more energy than is being replenished, the pace cannot be sustained.”