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Building Business Mastery as an Artist — with Chase Jarvis

A couple years ago, I did a 90-minute interview with Chase Jarvis, one of the world’s best artists and photographers. It’s free and it contains some of my best, most hard-hitting material on psychology, persuasion, and marketing, so I hope you check it out sometime. I intentionally did this video for free because, while I keep most of ...

How to destroy psychological traps forever (plus a free gift)

We’re going to talk about psychological traps today, including a new free ebook I created for you. But first, I want to talk about how one of my favorite things to do is trap unsuspecting weirdos who email me angry things. I know the typical advice is “ignore those commenters,” but frankly, I love verbally crushing them. These bagel-munching ...

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The language of fear

I learned a new phrase the other day. I was writing an answer on Quora about how to turn a blog into business, and I wrote: First, let me say that I think there should be a word to describe industries where people who have spent years doing it try to dissuade everyone else from getting in the industry because ...

So…I love studying human behavior

If you’re interested in learning about the psychology of human behavior -- specifically in business -- I want to share 2 examples with you in this email. Then, I invite you to come see me, plus masters of human behavior like BJ Fogg, Derek Halpern, and Marie Forleo, sharing techniques we’ve never revealed on mastering psychology in business ...

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5 of my favorite psychology books

One of my favorite questions to ask people is, “Who do you admire?” That and “What kind of underwear are you wearing?” You can learn a lot about someone with these questions. Trust me. I tested it. It’s always fascinating to hear what people are reading. And since one of the most common emails I get is, “What books ...

The Big Wins Manifesto

The Big Wins Manifesto

Compare two people trying to get an edge in life. John, 28, earns $62,000/year as a project manager. He used to have $8,200 in credit card debt from overspending, but he’s been slowly paying it down over the last two years and now it’s at $6,400. How? He tried all the typical personal-finance advice: ...