Best of IWT: Popular posts

This is part 4/4 highlighting some of the Best Of material on IWT. I’ve written IWT for nearly 8 years, starting back when I was a cocky college kid. Not a lot has changed since then. The sad part about writing a blog, besides the fact that my readership is overwhelmingly slightly socially awkward dudes, is that lots ...

Best of IWT: Dominate with my word-for-word scripts

Today is the first of a 4-part series spotlighting some of the best material on IWT. Today’s focus: My tested, word-for-word scripts that you can use to instantly save hundreds of dollars, negotiate thousands, and my personal favorite, improve responses at bars. I love scripts because they make it mindlessly easy for you to get started. No thinking required ...

New experiment: I’ll pay your rent or mortgage for a month

I’ll make this quick. For one of you, I’ll send you a check for your next month's rent or mortgage payment -- free. No catches, no tricks. One of you will get a check for up to $2,001, free, directly from me. Here's why: June month is BIG WINS Month at IWT. Instead of so-called “expert" advice ...

How to stop paying credit card fees

Last year, I wrote a scathing post about the Capital One acquisition of ING. It was widely read and quoted in a Fortune profile. Days later, I received this email: “Love your site.  I work for Capital One (in IT, not the card division), and I thought you'd be amused to learn that "I Will Teach You to be Rich" ...

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Introducing the 3-Week Dream Job Boot Camp

Today, a story about how a salesman sold me thousands of dollars worth of clothes I wasn’t going to buy. As you read this, try to spot the differences between an average salesman and this top-performing salesman. A couple months ago, I got an email from a sales guy at a clothing store I’ve bought from before. (I ...

The worst career advice in the world

Today, some gut-wrenching stories about the worst career advice you’ve been hearing for the last 25 years. It is truly amazing how bad most career advice is. The only comparable industry is "financial literacy," which mindlessly repeats the same 5 tips over and over, is completely out of touch with how real people use their money, and genuinely believes ...