May 13th, 2015
Years ago, I wanted to create an online business. So I began experimenting.
I started by selling a $4.95 ebook called “Ramit’s 2007 Guide to Kicking Ass.” Looking at this now, I’m embarrassed.
My first product -- a $4.95 ebook. I want to go back in time and slap myself.
It wasn’t perfect, but ...
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April 27th, 2015
Tonight, I’m hosting the “Ramit’s Shark Tank” event, where I’ll critique real business ideas and show you how to turn them into successful online businesses.
I’ve taken an ebook that had mediocre sales and turned it into a $1 million product.
I’ve developed an idea that tons of other people were doing, then made it ...
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April 23rd, 2015
Once in a while, somebody decides to plagiarize my material and pass it off as his own writing.
I have two problems with this, beyond the obvious emotions of wanting to tie a cannon ball around their ankles and shove them off a bridge:
They take a shortcut to the thousands of hours I spent learning my craft, butchering my ...
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April 21st, 2015
Instead of sending you another 5,000-word email on living a Rich Life and how to start an online business, I'm going to show you. Free.
This time, in a "Ramit's Shark Tank" presentation with real ideas and brutal teardowns -- excuse me, “feedback" -- for you.
I'll show you how to take a $10,000 idea and turn it ...
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April 20th, 2015
Here are some of the names I’ve been called in the last MONTH:
“He lies about everything”
“Total BS...none of his stuff is good anyway”
How would you feel if someone said this about you?
How would little Ramit handle this?
He would cry
It’s a funny quirk of human psychology: You ...
April 17th, 2015
One of the things I love about Shark Tank is the brutal honesty that entrepreneurs get.
Shark Tank is the TV show where entrepreneurs go in front of judges, pitch their idea, and either get laughed out of the room...or a major investment.
Here's a 10-year-old getting $60,000 from Daymond John for her lemonade stand.
Think about ...
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