Case Study: From $57,000 to $100,000 in 3 months

When I first started designing my Find Your Dream Job class, I was praying that the average salary of IWT readers would be $80,000. Because I know if someone makes $80K, I could get them to 6 figures in one job search. Unfortunately, the average was lower, and I can’t realistically promise to take someone earning $40K or $...

Case Study: How Ann quit her job to do what she loves

The number one reason my readers want to earn more money is to have the option of quitting their job. The key word there is OPTION. It’s not that we all want to quit tomorrow. It’s that if we eventually decide we want to leave...we can, knowing we have the financial security and options to not have ...

The worst mistake when trying to earn more…

This week I have an example of the worst mistake I see people making when trying to earn money on the side. This is subtle, but profoundly important. You could have the greatest idea, and if you fail to pay attention to this (I'll show you below), you will never make money. Ok, check this email back-and-forth out. This is ...

Case Study: How Julia went from $8 to $125 per hour

Think about what it would mean to go from $8/hour to $125/hour. It’s a complete socio-economic shift -- you have the ability to save, plan ahead, and buy things you would never be able to do at $8/hour. Today, an amazing story about how one of my students did just that -- even though she had ...

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Case study: How one of my students negotiated $20,000 and quintupled his shares using a Dream Job technique

Imagine the top companies in your industry are calling you. Good for your confidence. But you keep coming out of interviews empty handed. What do you do? You prepare better than you’ve ever prepared before. That’s what Jesse did. He’s a 33 year old software engineer. Married with two children. He was earning $95K a year, and ...

Case study: He deleted Twitter and made $90,200

I recently wrote a post on Yahoo telling people to stop wasting time with business cards and social media. Predictably, they hated me. I believe it’s important to spend our limited time and attention on the things that work, rather than trying a little bit of everything. When people say, “Yeah! I’ll try it! It couldn’t hurt,” ...