Earning multiple streams of income

I love December because everyone else is getting fat and lazy, yet top performers are busy dominating. See, if you put even a small amount of work in in December, you can hit the ground running in January and be off to the races, while others are still wasting time creating vague New Year’s resolutions. It’s like starting ...

The 3 Most Effective Ways to Earn More Money

When I went on book tour in 2009, I met readers from all over the country: Seattle, Minneapolis, LA, and all over. I remember meeting them and asking what they wished I wrote more about. The responses surprised me: “Your automation stuff is great,” they said, “but I want to know how to earn more money.” This was the most ...

Make art, make money — at the same time

I was speaking at a conference recently and my buddy pulled me aside. "You have to meet this guy Chase Jarvis," he told me. "He's one of the world's best photographers." Chase and I ended up sitting next to each other, and I learned some fascinating stuff about him. For example, I learned that if he gets TEN photo clients ...

My $100,000 bet on Chris Rock

Nobody on this site knows that telling a story about Chris Rock helped me earn over $100,000 in scholarship money to attend college. During senior year of high school, my parents -- immigrants who raised 4 kids and didn't have money to send us to college -- encouraged us to apply to every scholarship we could find. Since I'm ...

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Paying for College and Grad School: How to Avoid Spending $100,000 (or more) on a Credential You Don’t Really Need

Yesterday, while flipping channels at 2 in the afternoon, I realized something: "The Real Housewives of Orange County" was playing on not one, but TWO channels at the same time. Two different episodes, at once. Is this heaven? Besides that show, and Jersey Shore, one of my other odd loves is reading online articles about education (see my bookmarks about ...

The 1-week MBA on earning more money

During the 2008 election, Senator Obama went to visit Marc Andreessen, the founder of Netscape, to discuss tech policy. Andreessen, never one to mince words, asked Obama, “How concerned should we be that you haven't had meaningful experience as an executive — as a manager and leader of people?” Obama’s reply? “Watch how I run my campaign — you'll see my ...