1. What three words would you use to describe the team at Profusion Planning?
Three words I would use to describe the team at Profusion Planning are outgoing, personable, and relatable. [Nick]
Professional, friendly and dedicated (and totally awesome). [Lucy]

2. What’s the biggest thing you’ve learned about the business that you didn’t know before you joined?
The most important thing I have learned since being with Profusion is the hard work that goes behind the scenes when giving financial advice. [Nick]
That the team works very hard behind the scenes. [Lucy]

3. If we’re coming over for dinner tonight, who would cook and what would we have?
If you were coming over for dinner tonight, to stop myself from burning down the kitchen, I’ll probably just order pizza. {Nick]
I’m good at reheating my mum’s food, so probably one of Mum’s delicious chickpea pasta dishes. [Lucy]

4. If you found a $20 note on the street, what would you do with it?
If I found $20 on the street, it would probably go into my savings account. [Nick]
First I’d look around to see if someone lost it, then if not, I’d get some lunch. [Lucy]

5. Imagine Richard Branson offers you a week away on his private island, and you get to choose two people to take from Profusion Planning with you, who would you take and why?
If I had to choose only two, I would choose Brad because he is a walking talking joke book and Chloe because she likes to give the banter back to Brad. This way, I know I won’t be bored. [Nick]
Only two…?? [Lucy]

6. Dog or cat person?
I’m not a pet kind of guy. But If I had to choose I would say a German Sheppard (dog) because growing up my best mate was my dad’s German Sheppard, Buster. [Nick]
Totally 100% a dog person!!! [Lucy]

7. What Netflix series are you watching at the moment?
I don’t watch Netflix, but I am watching the entirety of Drag Ball Z for probably the 10th time. [Nick]
Not on Netflix, but I am rewatching the Charmed series…again. [Lucy]

8. How would you describe the benefit of financial advice to one of your friends?
The benefits of financial advice are only as good as the advice given. And any good advice is first, and foremost client focused and goal-oriented. This ensures no matter what the solution may be; it is in the true interest of the client. [Nick]
It’s one of the best things you can do for yourself. [Lucy]