Happy New Yeah Nah?


What’s your focus?

It’s a Happy New Year. But as we like to say at Nido – “Happy New Yeah Nah?”

Why on earth you ask?

With the new year brings new opportunities to assess what’s really important – as we look to resolve the past and reward the future. That’s why we ask ourselves and ask you to ask yourselves – “yeah or nah?” when it comes to focusing on your future.

So what can you improve? And what can you remove? Rid yourselves of things that no longer serve you and starting serving those that are most important to your future. These are your ‘yeah’s’ and your ‘nah’s’.

For this year to be the best, you need to be at your best. What are your goals for 2017? We recommend dividing them into areas such as…work and mission, family and home, friends and hobbies, financial wellbeing, personal wellbeing and adventures. The latter being about giving yourself and your family the time to get out there and explore, reset and reward yourselves with the rest required to breathe energy into your other areas in life.


Sound like a plan? Then let’s see it. As a first step (literally) – if you’re a Fitbit user, we invite you to join our Nido Fitbit Group – as we unlock challenges leading to greater opportunities in 2017.

From us to you Happy New Year and most importantly, Happy New Yeah Nah? It’s time to make the most of your new year, from now.

Here’s to the next level!

Onny and your Nido team.



Insuring for Change

We welcome you to the Nest blog – the place and space for us to share words and wisdom about the topics most important to you, when thinking about insurance, health and wellness and other important things when it comes to living and leading a happy and healthy life.

This week, we’re focusing on the insurance topic of Insuring for Change.

If there’s one thing certain in our lives, it’s that change is certain. While there are things that are consistent about our days, there is nothing we can do to stop the future from arriving, and with that comes uncertainty – which isn’t something that we should fear, if we’re prepared.

There’s a wonderful quote from John Wooden, the gentleman who as a coach led UCLA’s basketball team to 10 national championships in a 12 year period. He was also a professional player himself. Wooden had these words relevant to our conversation about change:

“Failure to prepare, is preparing to fail”. He actually took those from Benjamin Franklin. But I certainly think they ring true across all kinds of conversations.

Preparation is all it takes, and that begins with a single conversation, first with yourself and your family, about the things you value most in your life. Then we can talk. My client conversations are always incredibly inspiring, and that’s why I like to talk specifics. What is it about your passion for fishing that ensures you’re out on the boat at least once a week? What is it about your job that has enabled you to continue working the hours you have been for so long? What drives you to be the best father you can be?

It’s these kinds of questions that prompt the thoughts and behaviours that set ourselves up to approach change with open arms. When we know the value of the things we love, then we know the importance of insuring for change. These are considerations and conversations that many of us tend to ignore, but that’s why for us at NEST, it’s not about instilling fear over the worst case scenarios, but rather – talking to the things you love and realising how we can best prepare yourself to enjoy these things, free from concern for what the future may hold.

If change meant you couldn’t work – how can we, together, ensure you can still live the life you intend to live? It is these types of conversations that will set you up for your best possible future. Together we can discuss topics such as career investment, health cover for adventurous activities and insuring you’re sorted for the big family trip.

It’s time to insure for change.

From Onny and the team – cheers for reading.