How to Systematically Cure Your Anxiety

February 16th, 2014

If there’s one thing I love, it’s “The Emperor Has No Clothes” moments when you realize everyone’s feeling something...but nobody is saying it. It happened when I finally got behind closed doors with my friends and we started telling the truth. How many of us sit and stare at screens for over 8 hours/day? How ...

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How to win any competition you enter

December 11th, 2013

I always love when people don’t try for something because they’re sure they won’t get it. “I’m not going to apply to XYZ College...I’ll never get in, and even if I did, I could never afford it.” “There’s no way I would ever get that job...you need 10 years of experience.” “What? ...

How to Acquire Any New Skill in 20 Hours or Less

October 28th, 2013

When I moved to New York, a friend of mine took me out for lunch to welcome me to the city. While we were eating, he made an offhand comment that stuck with me: “Besides work, most people hardly ever leave the 3-block area they live in.” Years later, after living here, I realize how right he is. We get ...

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How to get the attention of your favorite expert (new detailed post)

September 23rd, 2013

I know this woman who runs an online business. I like her a lot -- she has a great product, she’s been covered in some great press, and when I’ve met her, she’s really fun to hang out with. But her business is struggling. She doesn’t charge enough and she doesn’t know how to grow ...

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“Follow Your Passion” is bad advice. Do this instead…

September 19th, 2012

I’m on a crusade to end these nonsensical ideas that sound logical, but actually make no sense whatsoever: “We need to educate people about the importance of eating healthy foods” (as if they don’t already know that eating 5 Big Macs is bad) “We need to teach people about the importance of financial literacy” (as if they don’...

I should charge $2,000 for these webcasts

June 19th, 2012

Today is part 3 of my 4-part series highlighting some of the best material on IWT, because there’s nothing like glorifying yourself on your own blog. Today I’m sharing my best webinars and guest posts. If I were to productize these webinars, I estimate they would have generated $500,000 last year -- but I want to give ...