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Quick favor for my birthday?

I turn 31 this weekend, and I was thinking about all the cool things that happened in the last year. In the last year, I got to build an amazing team behind IWT that’s helped us grow explosively and help millions of people live richer lives...without cutting back on their lattes. I got to take incredible trips: This ...

New Presentation: How to Find a Dream Job (Wed night)

Last time I was in San Francisco, I was chilling at a coffee shop when somebody randomly came up to me and said, “Are you Ramit Sethi?” It turns out she was a Dream Job student and she’d gotten amazing results, to the tune of a $20K raise. I asked her to email me and she ACTUALLY did it! (...

Fat talk, subway habits, life lessons and Reddit

Each day, I post short insights on http://twitter.com/ramit about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people. You won’t find these on my blog. Here are a few of my favorite recent tweets: My friend James Altucher (@jaltucher) is doing an AMA on Reddit. Awesome answers: reddit.com/r/IAmA/...

Important: If you read this site via RSS…

Taking a break from highlighting people who buy houses for the wrong reasons and the psychology of how Indian people get married...here’s a quick note for those of you who read my site via RSS. Over 190,000 of you read this site via Google Reader. And on July 1st, Google will be shutting Google Reader down. Here’...

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New presentation: How to overcome critics & build a powerful support system

I got a huge response to my previous post about dealing with critics. They come in all shapes and sizes, and the most formidable critics never attack head-on. Instead, they say things like “Are you sure about that?” or “I’m just worried about you...” So I wanted to go into more depth to go beyond just “handling” critics -- ...

Surprising real estate investing myths: Real estate might be right for you. It might not. But do not make the largest decision of your life because it’s something you “should” do.

The surprising myth about investing in real estate

One of my most popular concepts is "Invisible Scripts," or the guiding beliefs we have that are so deeply embedded, they're often invisible. For example: "Everyone should get a college degree" "I don't have any money, so I can't go to college" "Marry someone you love" "If you rent, you're throwing money away" "Online courses are SCAMS" Here's an overview ...