The Ultimate Guide to Making Money

Case Study: Negotiating a $16,000 raise doing what others will not

Today, an in-depth look at the techniques that one of my readers, Will H., used to negotiate a $16,000 raise. Before you read, be sure to acknowledge any psychological barriers you may have about asking for a raise. For example, many people will say, “A raise? In this economy??” That is a barrier: If you are indispensable, and your ...

My $100,000 bet on Chris Rock

Nobody on this site knows that telling a story about Chris Rock helped me earn over $100,000 in scholarship money to attend college. During senior year of high school, my parents -- immigrants who raised 4 kids and didn't have money to send us to college -- encouraged us to apply to every scholarship we could find. Since I'm ...

Recap: The 30-day course on hustling your way to success

Thank god. For the last 1.5 months, I’ve consumed more caffeine than ever before and I’ve written more than 10 pages per day. With the help of an amazing team, I’ve kicked off 2011 -- the year of hustling. As I’ve said, most people get used to mediocrity. But my goal was to help you ...

The 1-week MBA on earning more money

During the 2008 election, Senator Obama went to visit Marc Andreessen, the founder of Netscape, to discuss tech policy. Andreessen, never one to mince words, asked Obama, “How concerned should we be that you haven't had meaningful experience as an executive — as a manager and leader of people?” Obama’s reply? “Watch how I run my campaign — you'll see my ...

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Tim Ferriss Master Class: The psychology of testing (LIVE WEBCAST)

Two weeks before the manuscript for “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” was due, I was stuck on the last chapter of my book and didn’t think I could finish. I picked up the phone and called one of my friends and asked him what to do. He listened, he commiserated, and then recommended a book that helped ...

My interview with a pickup artist

About 18 months ago, I was in a strategy meeting with my publisher. There were about 7 people around the table -- all women. (Most of publishing is women.) We were discussing which markets to promote my book to, and we’d discussed all the obvious ones: Men 24-35, women, moms, parents, etc. Then I spoke up. “I want to ...