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10 millionaire rules

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Here’s what you missed from my Twitter feed, http://twitter.com/ramit, in the last couple weeks.

On my Twitter account, I write about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people. You won’t find these on my blog.

On today’s episode of “what we SAY vs. what we DO”…how guys SAY they want to be rejected by women. See 1st 2 comments http://bit.ly/jUx4mVThu Jun 02 13:31:22 via Timely App

Genius strategy to incent tips at coffee shops…think about how to apply this ***to things people already want to do: http://bit.ly/lXXckfTue Jun 07 15:52:19 via Timely App

10 rules this millionaire couple follows (pretty good): http://bit.ly/kkHcKdThu Jun 09 20:28:23 via Timely App

What’s your weirdest (non-sexual) fantasy? This is a goldmine: http://bit.ly/mqsZEaFri Jun 10 21:00:35 via Timely App

Interview w/me in Fearless Stories, lots of new stuff: http://bit.ly/kI39VJMon Jun 13 16:40:12 via Timely App

Do you think engineers hate Groupon because it’s a marketing company & not an engineering one?Mon Jun 13 20:19:19 via Timely App

Check out the first comment on this thread. Show it to anyone who claims they’re NOT affected by advertising. http://bit.ly/j1nKOUWed Jun 15 01:17:19 via Timely App

I can’t wait to NOT do this for my future kids: http://nyti.ms/k31vuDSat Jun 18 19:02:31 via Timely App

MYTH #62. “I’m a good person…I would never do that.” TRUTH: A skilled persuader could get you to do almost anything. http://bit.ly/hn8KZ9Tue Jun 21 20:58:16 via Timely App

A truly damning indictment of social media’s effectiveness for sales. How will “social media experts” spin this one? http://t.co/5DSzCyZTue Jun 28 04:22:56 via web

To get all of my Twitter updates as they happen, follow me here: http://twitter.com/ramit

 

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Meg
Meg
5 years 22 days ago

How did I just KNOW that someone in that millionaire couple was Chinese? My husband is the same way.

I’m going to discuss using the tip jar idea with my mother at our retail store. I love it. It’s brilliant.

Ryan
Ryan
5 years 22 days ago

I tried following you but everytime you wrote a blog post, you would tweet a link to it 4-5 times. Are you just trying to inflate page views? It got
too annoying to see the exact same article come up over and over in my feed so I unfollowed you.

Internet Specialist
Internet Specialist
5 years 22 days ago

Thank you for blogging your tweets.

I hope you can email them to me later. It would be quite helpful.

Is there some kind of pay service available where I could get a hard copy newsletter of these as well?

David
David
5 years 22 days ago

These links are fantastic. I follow you on twitter but only check in 2-4 times a week so I miss out on a lot of great articles. Thanks for putting them up on the blog!

lh
lh
5 years 22 days ago
I like how the millionaire couple recommends only buying used cars. This is one of the few things that I disagree you about. It’d be great if you did another article about buying cars as I didn’t find enough real data in your last posts to justify buying new. Your argument seems to center around a choice between a brand new, reliable car vs. an old piece of junk. In that case, of course buy the new one. But in my opinion, the smartest tactic is to buy a recent, low-miles used car with cash and keep it a long… Read more »
SB(One Cent At A Time)
5 years 22 days ago

Blogging about tweets and tweets about blogging. Nice approach!

joe
5 years 22 days ago

Not sure if it was deliberate, a Yoghurt place near me got a change tip because they gave me 58c with no quarters. If there had been quarters, I’d have kept them for laundry, but I’ve got no use for dimes…

Greg Miliates
5 years 20 days ago
Buying a New York apartment–or any real estate for your child has huge implications, and I’m not talking about tax implications. When you buy such a large item for a child–even an adult child–they won’t value it as much as they would if they had to work to earn the money to buy it for themselves. And this leads to a sense of entitlement, that colors their worldview and even how they view–and possibly judge–others. Working to earn what you get is a basic life skill that determines your worldview. I’m not saying that it’s not OK to give your… Read more »
Sariata
Sariata
5 years 20 days ago
Hey Ramit! I’ve been following your posts for afew weeks now, and recently following you on Twitter and I love it! Your no-nonesense approach to financial advice is awesome 🙂 Can you please recommend a good financial book for a Canadian, or better yet, a book for someone that travels a lot and needs to learn how to get financial issues in order while having to deal with lots of bank wire fees and traveling expenses? I’d buy yours but I’m pretty sure much of the content will not be useful if I’m not using the American banking and tax… Read more »
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