How to apply the 80/20 rule to earn more, work less, and dominate

Today, learn how to apply the 80/20 rule to eliminate meaningless work from your life -- and focus on what really matters -- to earn more, work less, and spend time doing the things you love. Below, you'll learn... How to work 2 fewer hours/day How to double your salary (at age 26) How to take a $12,...

Why personal finance “experts” continue giving worthless advice

Today, I'll share a behavioral-change technique that's helped me create a New York Times best-selling book, a blog that's been read by millions of people, and a course on earning money that has helped my students earn hundreds of thousands of dollars on the side. In 1954, researchers Hastorf and Cantril published a seminal study in The Journal of Abnormal ...

“He’s passively waiting for his dream career to happen”

Why are some people able to find their dream jobs...when so many others are not? A lot of you know about Earn1k, the course I created to help you earn more money on the side. But I've never publicly mentioned that I also run an accompanying program called Beyond1k, which provides live weekly calls, a Mastermind group, and ongoing ...

Student loans and financial aid: How to save $23,000

When it comes to student loans, financial aid, and higher education, everyone's got an opinion. They just usually happen to be wrong. When I was in high school, it drove me crazy to hear people saying things like, "Oh, I'm not going to apply to Harvard. Even if I could get in, there's no way I could afford the tuition." ...

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The psychology of making huge career jumps

Some observations on making huge career jumps, your friends, and your own psychology... It's easy to go through your career taking the same paths others did before you. But small, simple tweaks can make a huge difference in your lifetime. One of my readers, Alexander, writes: "I'm reviewing NIH grant proposals right now and seeing your tweets made me think ...

Time management: How an MIT postdoc writes 3 books, a PhD defense, and 6+ peer-reviewed papers — and finishes by 5:30pm

I'm always on the lookout for "hidden gems," or people who are doing remarkable work that the whole world hasn't caught on to, yet. Today, I asked my friend Cal Newport to illustrate how he completely dominates as a post-doc at MIT, author of multiple books, and popular blogger. How does he do it all? Cal writes one of the ...