Fortune’s 6-page profile on me

So Fortune did a 6-page profile on me, and I want to talk about that. But first, I thought I’d share a hilarious story behind the story... Rewind a couple months. The reporter, Mina, had been following me around for a few days, and she came to Chicago to watch me give a keynote speech at this personal-finance blogger ...

Live talk tomorrow, 12/13, on creative people + business

I'm just about to get on a flight to Seattle to do a web show with my buddy Chase Jarvis, a master photographer and host of a hugely popular online web show. Tune in tomorrow, Tuesday, 12/13, to watch us live at 11am PST (2pm EST). We'll be talking about how creative people -- photographers, writers, artists -- can ...

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Twitter posts: How I feel when I read yet another “savings” tip

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: How I feel when I read yet another "savings" tip. http://t.co/pCAISKA5Wed Nov 16 20:...

BOO! Your financial horror stories

As a dude in my 20s, Halloween is my favorite holiday for obvious reasons. Your favorite blogger and New York Times best-selling author, Ramit Sethi A few days ago, in preparation for this magnificent day, I asked the people on my Insider’s List to send me their financial horror stories. Here are some of the best: *     *     *     *     * “How do I ...

My Free Insider's Kit will show you how to earn more money

What do you want to read about?

Now that I launched Dream Job Elite and I’m working with my students, I want to get back to writing some IWT material for you. What do you want to read about? Maybe it’s tactics on negotiating a raise, or how to invest, or specific money/career questions. Maybe it’s the secrets of how I iron my ...

How to use little tests for big career wins

Years ago, I went to the Caribbean island of Grenada. As I previously wrote, My sister, who was living there at the time, took me shopping in the local bazaar, where she pointed out a young boy who was about 8 years old. He carried a notepad with him. He was a beggar, but no ordinary one. Every day, he ...