Twitter posts: The iPhone app with 80 billion negative reviews

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: TOTALLY fascinating article about why WSJ iPhone app has like 80billion negative reviews...all because of login ...

Meet me in New York, San Francisco, DC, Chicago, or LA

I'm already traveling 5-6 times/month, so I figured why not meet up with you guys? We can get drinks and I will tell you sordid stories of my past, then we can reminisce about the dumbest comments ever left on this site. Upcoming dates: Washington DC: This Thursday, 7/14 New York: August San Francisco: September or October Los ...

10 millionaire rules

Here's what you missed from my Twitter feed, http://twitter.com/ramit, in the last couple weeks. On my Twitter account, I write about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people. You won’t find these on my blog. On today's episode of "what we SAY vs. what we DO"...how guys SAY ...

Case Study: How Garrett went from working for free to charging $250 an hour

How many of us have heard “experts” warning us to NEVER work for free? “Don’t do it!” they shout. “Working for free completely devalues your work.” This is nonsense. Working for free can help you close bigger deals than you ever thought possible when you do it strategically. You go from FREE to FEE on a very clear, step-by-step ...

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

It’s my birthday today. Will you do me a favor?

I turn 29 today. Creepiest pic ever  So as usual, I know it's weird to ask for my own gift, but I'm going to do it any way. Will you share one specific thing I Will Teach You To Be Rich (or my Earn1K course) has helped you do this year? This can be anything concrete and measurable: overcoming ...

Cost vs. value: the $71,000 conference that’s a bargain

The vast majority of Americans are fixated on cost, not value. They complain about how much something costs, rather than understanding what value it could provide -- whether financially, emotionally, or otherwise. I’ve written about this before in my post on why I bought a new car, a decision commonly dismissed without any research or perspective. In that post, ...