May 28th, 2015
Do you know what most motivational “experts” hope you’ll never find out?
The stuff they teach is total BS.
When was the last time a motivational poster changed your life? ("You know what, yes, I WILL dream a little bigger today!")
Does seeing this on your newsfeed help you reach your goals?
Never. OK, then how do you get ...
March 2nd, 2015
One of the most surprising things I ever learned was something I call the Curve of Humble Mastery:
At first, when we’re trying to learn something, we’re bad at it and we know it. Imagine learning how to swim or dress better. Everyone sucks when they start!
Then we get a little good, and suddenly we think we’...
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December 29th, 2014
I always love hearing how people spend their holidays -- mostly because some people have truly insane families. I looked at what my friends are doing, and it’s either...
Filled in a loving environment eating decadent holiday food, relaxing, and watching children play with their new gifts
Hating life, listening to a racist uncle at dinner, hiding in a ...
October 9th, 2014
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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January 8th, 2014
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.” ...
February 24th, 2013
You know when you go to the gym for 3 months straight, then miss a day (“I’ll go tomorrow...”) ...then you end up skipping the next 3 weeks?
Why do we stop doing things we actually want to do?
Jerry Seinfeld knew why -- and he knew the secret of momentum:
He told me to get a big wall ...