Which of these people do you know? The Rambler, Bad Jokester, Advice-Giver

Let’s take a moment to celebrate the weirdos we all work with. Which one of these people do you know? THE BAD-JOKE MAKER: They don’t talk a lot, but one day in a meeting, they randomly make a joke. It completely flops and hangs in the air. Co-workers look at each other out of the sides of their ...

$10,000 giveaway for my 10-year anniversary

You ever wake up, hungover, and think back to something you said the night before, and physically cringe? Now imagine if that dumb thing you said was written publicly for all time. Here, I’ll show you below. Ignore the ugly design and colors. I actually WROTE THIS POST in 2004. My idiotic post condemning 1-hour photo. . If you get ...

Come meet me in NYC — my treat

All right, weirdos. I’m feeling in an unusually good mood this week. Maybe it’s cuz I got my teeth cleaned today. Or maybe because I walked outside yesterday with a little 10-years-of-IWT swagger, wearing a brand-new outfit and smiling at the amazing NYC weather, then hit “play” on my phone. BOOM: No matter how cool I think I ...

Read more

Comments Off

1 12 0

I Will Teach You To Be Rich turns 10 years old!

Exactly 10 years ago today, I launched IWT. When I started, it was a personal blog that nobody read. But I was tired of hearing so-called experts tell us what we COULDN’T do with our money: No vacations...no lattes...no buying anything. In 60 years, you just might have something in savings. I didn’t believe it. And ...

My Free Insider's Kit will show you how to earn more money

Secrets of 3 students who cracked the money code

Today let’s pull back the veil and talk about what we SEE...versus what’s really going on behind the scenes. Before we start, I’m teaching 3 live classes next week, and I hope you'll join one. Choose the way you want to live a Rich Life before the end of the year: I want to start an ...

What I learned from a snobby woman at a candle shop

In my continuing quest to become a complete metrosexual, last weekend I found myself shopping at a candle shop in the Upper East Side. As I walked in, I noticed a tall, snooty woman behind the counter. She noticed me too, as she gave me a top-to-bottom stare, and sighed -- no doubt assuming an Indian guy would not be ...