March 14th, 2016
Today, in this very blog post, I’m showing you how to be a millionaire. No scams, no bullshit penny stocks. Just simple math and actual techniques you can use.
It’s simple: A single $5,000-dollar raise in your twenties is worth over $1,300,000 dollars by the time you retire.
If you don’t believe me, just ...
February 22nd, 2016
Have you been in this situation…
The holidays are coming up. You want to take a few extra days off to spend time with your family, who you rarely get to see. You’re secretly laughing at the thought of your coworkers being trapped in their cubicles while you enjoy fresh air and sunshine.
Me on a ski vacation.
November 24th, 2015
Today, I’m going to show you exactly how to negotiate your rent so you can put a couple thousand dollars -- or more -- in your pocket this year.
Most people don't think negotiating their rent can save them much money, but they're wrong. Just look at the results for two of my students:
“With a 12-month lease, that ...
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July 15th, 2015
The best way to increase your income -- permanently -- is to increase your salary. And one of the best times to do that is at your next performance appraisal.
Consider these two points:
An appraisal can take as little as 10 minutes.
My closest friends and students who’ve used the techniques we’re covering today often negotiate raises ...
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July 10th, 2015
Asking for a promotion is an extremely stressful moment in your career.
“What if they say no?”
“What if they laugh me out of the room?”
“What if they don’t see the value I add to the company?”
Just thinking of the possibilities can make you sick.
But if you’ve tackled larger workloads, added tremendous value, and ...
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June 24th, 2015
Every time you walk into an interview, there’s an invisible game being played around you.
Do you know what it is?
You’re sitting across from the hiring manager. They ask “Do you have any questions for me?”
Based on your response -- before the interview even ends -- hiring managers instantly know which candidates will be wildly ...
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