How to create new habits (with Charles Duhigg)

The good thing about having a bad memory is I can read a book...then 3 months later, read it again and it’s all new to me. Amazing! This is why, when I was a kid, I read every book in our house at least 3 times -- including the ENTIRE series of my sisters’ books, Sweet Valley High, ...

3 life hacks I love

I recently put together a free ebook sharing some of my favorite tested life hacks on productivity, losing weight, waking up earlier, going to the gym more, texting VIPs (girls/guys), and more. Includes contributions from: BJ Fogg (director of the Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, Mark Sisson on health, Neil Strauss on changing behavior, Josh Kaufman from the Personal MBA), ...

Live webcast w/Tim Ferriss this Wednesday, 9pm EST

Come join a romantic date with Tim Ferriss and me Wednesday, 11/21, at 9pm. Yes, there will be wine. I had my assistant tell his assistant to bring it. Tim has a new book out -- The 4-Hour Chef -- and I’ll be grilling him about: Does he hate me because I have someone cook for me, instead ...

How to overcome your fear of failure (with James Altucher)

A funny thing started happening to me a few years ago. My business had grown a bit, and every week I started getting emails from people who wanted to work with me. (I later learned, people want to associate with success.) So they would email me and volunteer to work for free. And some of them seemed really good. I ...

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

What’s one thing you’re most proud of?

Every month, I co-host an entrepreneur dinner in NYC with Michael Fishman, and when we go around the table introducing each other, Michael and I always ask people to brag about themselves. It’s funny -- people LOVE bragging about themselves, but it’s not socially acceptable. So when you make it socially acceptable, you discover the most amazing things ...

Inside test results from IWT “Labs”

What do you guys do for fun? Go out to bars? See a movie? What about run carefully designed, iterative multi-variate tests to study human behavior? What? Is that weird? Check out this test data from I Will Teach You To Be Rich Labs, where we’re running dozens of tactical and theoretical tests at any given time. I wanted ...