July 14th, 2009
Today, I'm thrilled to unveil a free 30-page ebook for anyone who wants to recession-proof their career.
If you're a recent college graduate, you're probably struggling with finding a decent job in this down economy. In fact, it's tough for anyone right now. Just like with personal finance, most of us will shrug our shoulders, accept the circumstances, and assume ...
May 27th, 2009
Last week, I wrote about the Guest Post Strategy to get people to read your stuff.
This week, I'm a guest writer at the New York Times. Here's a quote from something I wrote:
"Your friends will try to convince you that target-date retirement funds aren’t as high-returning and exciting as their fancy stocks (which they probably picked using ...
May 26th, 2009
How can entrepreneurs and freelancers with irregular income automate their money?
Lots of people have been interested in the section of my book on irregular expenses and income -- like entrepreneurs or freelancers --so I thought I'd go into some more detail on how I handle automation.
Brian D. writes:
I'm just wondering when you deposit money into your account ...
May 20th, 2009
When I started blogging in 2004, I took a good look around at other blogs, calmly chewed a cookie in my dorm room, and then vomited. There were only about 12 big personal-finance blogs back then, and yet even in 2004, I noticed the trend of new bloggers complaining about why they couldn't get covered by the Big Blogs.
April 30th, 2009
The webcast is over. I'll put the clips up at youtube.com/ramitsethi soon.
This Saturday I'm joining up with Ben Casnocha to do a webcast on entrepreneurship, writing, and mentoring.
A couple weeks ago, I did a webcast with Tim Ferriss. Here's a sample:
How to build traffic and readers
See more samples here
Details of webcast this Saturday
April 29th, 2009
Here's an email exchange I just had with a guy who lost his job and isn't sure what to do next. There is a lot of good info here, and you're going to learn about planning ahead and not making the same career moves everybody else does.
Note that this guy writes emails that are 10x too long (which is ...