Case Study: How Melanie jumped from $10/hour to $40/hour

One of the objections I regularly hear for why some people don’t sign up for Earn1K is that they don’t know a high-paying skill like web design or programming. Assumption 1: “I need a technical skill” First of all, get the hell out of here. That’s the perfect excuse to do nothing. You don’t have to ...

Case Study: How Jo took a series of “baby” steps to become the CEO of her life

Over the course of creating Earn1K 2.0, we discovered some fascinating insights about people and money. In order to create the second version of my flagship course on earning money on the side, I collected over 100,000 data points. That’s surveys, emails, phone calls, 1-on-1s, and Earn1K 1.0 student feedback. Here are two of the most ...

Case Study: How Glen raised his rates over 120% by getting into his clients’ heads

Today, a story about one of my students, Glen, who was already earning over $100,000 / year, but is now poised to leave that job to work on his own passions. Here’s what he did. First, he realized a critically important psychological lesson: People don’t care HOW you do it, they simply want the results. For example, nobody ...

I could give you 100 ways to earn more and it still wouldn’t matter

All right...I want to proceed delicately with this one. I was fascinated by an article I saw recently on MoneySavingMom.com. The piece featured a struggling reader asking for ways to earn an extra $1,000 per month. This person was already frugal (eats at home, economizes on utilities, only buys on sale, etc.) but still needed ways to ...

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Case Study: How Garrett went from working for free to charging $250 an hour

How many of us have heard “experts” warning us to NEVER work for free? “Don’t do it!” they shout. “Working for free completely devalues your work.” This is nonsense. Working for free can help you close bigger deals than you ever thought possible when you do it strategically. You go from FREE to FEE on a very clear, step-by-step ...

Cost vs. value: the $71,000 conference that’s a bargain

The vast majority of Americans are fixated on cost, not value. They complain about how much something costs, rather than understanding what value it could provide -- whether financially, emotionally, or otherwise. I’ve written about this before in my post on why I bought a new car, a decision commonly dismissed without any research or perspective. In that post, ...