Companies don’t care about money

At least at our level. The basic point of this essay is how you can get free stuff from your company, but that's crass, so I have to say that it's about much more than that. It's about using your existing resources, like your job, to improve your skill set. It's about learning how to write a proposal that will ...

How to be incredibly useful

Some interesting stuff that's been making me think: Darshak Sanghavi, a columnist for Slate, writes: Researchers in Scotland reported a 31-percent reduction in the risk of heart attacks among men taking the statin pravastatin, sold by Bristol-Myers Squibb...[the drug] now grosses more than $2 billion in sales per year. A 31 percent reduction in heart attacks, after all, seems ...

And then what?

Something cool happened to me. Yesterday, I was quoted in the New York times for PBwiki (check the last 2 paragraphs). It felt great, and my parents are proud of me. It also made me think about the odd goals we set for ourselves. For example, I spend a lot of time figuring out marketing strategy for PBwiki. At the ...

I’m interviewed by Dan Portnoy and Tim Grahl

Dan Portnoy and Tim Grahl were nice enough to interview me for their Business Opportunities Podcast last week. Here's some of what you'll hear in the podcast: 5:53 -- Who am I to say I will teach you to be rich? 7:12 -- There's no secret to getting Rich 8:30 -- What does being Rich mean? 10:...

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Friday Entrepreneurs: John Knox and Matt Landry, Take Cover

This is part of a series called Friday Entrepreneurs. I can't count the number of times I've heard people say, "If you rent a house, you're just throwing money out the window." This is complete nonsense and it always makes me want to throw something heavy and crystal-based gainst the wall, so I was interested when I heard from John ...

IWillTeachYouToBeRich turns 2 years old today

Two years ago today, on August 17, 2004, I wrote my first post for I Will Teach You To Be Rich. Today, I took a minute to catch my breath and look back over the last couple of years. Good god, I had no idea what I was getting into when I wrote my first post (which you'll notice still ...