Twitter posts: paying $90,000 of student loans in 10 months

Each day, I post short insights on http://twitter.com/ramit about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people. You won’t find these on my blog. Here are a few of my favorite recent tweets: "No More Harvard Debt": Follow one person's attempt to pay off $90k in student loans in ten ...

The Money Diaries: The 29-year-old workaholic who’s counting down the days until he goes into debt

Today is another post in the Money Diaries series, which is based off New York Magazine’s Sex Diaries. We’ve collected stories from real people about their spending habits over seven days, anonymized them, and posted them here. This week’s post is by a 29-year-old graphic designer exhausted from trying to hold down his full-time job, grow his ...

I’m hiring a Content Curation intern

I’m looking to work with a Content Curation Intern for an upcoming I Will Teach You To Be Rich project. The Intern will be responsible for identifying, tagging, and organizing content, often being required to source that content himself/herself. For example, I might say “I need some testimonials from women who used Earn1K to make money selling art.” ...

Case Study: How one job hunter landed six times as many offers using the Briefcase Technique

Today, a story about one of my students, “Vince,” (name anonymized) who discovered that impressive credentials like an MBA alone won’t get you a job. But deeply, truly understanding the desires of the hiring manager will. See for yourself... Vince spent $100,000 and two years getting an MBA only to find out that employers didn’t care about ...

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

Special live webcast on psychology and money — Wednesday, 8/24, at 9pm EST

Yesterday, I sent an email about the key learnings from my weekend speaking at at Tim Ferriss' $10,000-a-person Opening The Kimono event. That email is private for those on my Insider's List, but I can share that I'm doing a special webcast tonight to celebrate the 7th anniversary of I Will Teach You To Be Rich. I'll be talking ...

Psychology corner: Why you eat too much

Not long ago, I came across what may be the single best interview on behavorial change ever given. This interview is PACKED with insights on what actually motivates our behaviors (as opposed to the incorrect, surface-level reasons we think are behind it). For example, many people believe they are in control of their own behaviors. Ironically, these people are persuaded ...