The Ultimate Guide to Making Money

Introducing the 3-Week Dream Job Boot Camp

Today, a story about how a salesman sold me thousands of dollars worth of clothes I wasn’t going to buy. As you read this, try to spot the differences between an average salesman and this top-performing salesman. A couple months ago, I got an email from a sales guy at a clothing store I’ve bought from before. (I ...

The worst career advice in the world

Today, some gut-wrenching stories about the worst career advice you’ve been hearing for the last 25 years. It is truly amazing how bad most career advice is. The only comparable industry is "financial literacy," which mindlessly repeats the same 5 tips over and over, is completely out of touch with how real people use their money, and genuinely believes ...

2012: The Year of Mastering The Game Being Played Around You

I have a special talent for making women cry. It's not intentional, it just happens. I remember, one year during college I was an RA, and one Saturday I had a series of back-to-back meetings with my residents to try to resolve all kinds of problems. I hate my roommate! I just failed my test. What should I do with ...

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 ...

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The 80/20 Guide to Finding a Job You Love

Did you ever listen to that radio show Loveline? Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew would be fielding questions from teenagers about their sex lives, and invariably there would be some 16-year-old girl who would call up with her question: "Uh…hi…my boyfriend is unemployed, bald, fat, and 24 years older than me. And he beats me. What do you ...

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 ...