How to stay laser-focused — Noah Kagan interview

Yesterday, I shared Noah Kagan's insight about how some of our biggest periods of growth can come from the most challenging periods in our life. October’s RBT guest, Noah Kagan from Appsumo.com I’ve known Noah for over ten years now (before I started my blog) and he’s one of the few people I turn to when ...

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The productivity system I built to stay in touch with people

I love crazy nutcases who email me 5,000 times/day asking, “HEY RAMIT. WHAT SYSTEM DO YOU USE FOR STAYING IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE??” As if some software is going to do all the work for them. I built a really simple system for staying in touch with people in different cities. It uses a magical tool called “email.” ...

The Top 5 Productivity Mistakes

My friend told me a ridiculous story about his mom. She lives in a small town in northern California, and one day she called him up. “You have to try this new restaurant that opened down the street! It’s delicious!” “Really!” he said. “What kind of food is it?” “Mexican! I’ve never had anything like it. It’s ...

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15 little life hacks you can use today

So...this just happened: [tweet https://twitter.com/ramit/status/245238196332539904] Of course, as soon as I posted that, people on Twitter and Facebook started asking, “What’s the test? When are you going to share it??” [tweet https://twitter.com/ramit/status/245336461216456704] You people are insane if you expect me to reveal that. BUT! Today, I will share ...

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Stop wasting time on things that don’t matter

Here’s a classic email I recently got: My response: The result? It would be easy to make fun of Scott, but I actually love that he had a hypothesis of what mattered (his beard), tested it (by emailing me), corrected himself, and then dominated. It’s hilariously perplexing how many of us devise crackpot theories of what really matters, ...

Best of IWT: Popular posts

This is part 4/4 highlighting some of the Best Of material on IWT. I’ve written IWT for nearly 8 years, starting back when I was a cocky college kid. Not a lot has changed since then. The sad part about writing a blog, besides the fact that my readership is overwhelmingly slightly socially awkward dudes, is that lots ...