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15 little life hacks you can use today

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So…this just happened:

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??”

You people are insane if you expect me to reveal that.

BUT!

Today, I will share some of my other favorite tests. In fact, the ones I’m going to share with you are a LOT more interesting than a 66% increase in sales.

When we talk about tests, most people love to fixate on tactical tests like split-tested subject lines, opt-in forms, pricing pages, etc.

But there are even cooler tests.

Like how to increase your gym attendance by 300%.

Or how to talk to women at a bar.

Or how to floss your teeth, be happier, or increase your energy level.

The beautiful part about these tests is you can make one simple tweak and see massive results.

Think about it…

What if you could make one small tweak to your business and radically improve profits. Wouldn’t you want to know what that tweak was?

Or think about your social life. What if you could radically boost how much you impress people when you’re meeting someone at a bar or event by changing just one word? (Hint:  This is why you never hear me describe myself as a writer.)

Or think about your health. Everyone SAYS they should go to the gym more often. What if you could triple your gym attendance with one embarrassingly simple step?

This isn’t hyperbole, you weirdos. These are all real tests I’ve personally run that deliver real results…over and over.

Now I want to share them with you.

Plus, I decided to call up a few friends and ask them for their best tests. People like:

I collected all their favorite tests into an ebook.

Oh yeah: The ebook is free for you.

I could have charged a pretty nice amount and easily made this a 6-figure day. I could have even price-tested it!

But there are some things that are just right to do. I want to share this with you, for free, because I want you to see the power of REAL tests. Of knowing that a testing mentality means it’s OK to fail over and over (e.g., I have a “Failures” tab in Gmail, and if I’m not adding at least 5 failures/month, I’m not trying enough).

But there is one thing I ask: In exchange for making this free, I want you to apply just ONE of these tests to your life. When you see that they work, I know you’ll see the power of starting to test everything. If you can commit to using one test, please download the ebook with my compliments. But if you simply want to treat this as intellectual entertainment — as something you skim and discard — then let’s not waste each other’s time.

One last thing: Some hear “tests” and zone out. They get bad flashbacks to school. These delusional weirdos are completely missing the point. Tests don’t mean chalkboards and bad grades. They mean taking your assumptions and trying a few different approaches, and simply recording what works and what doesn’t.

You can test your eating…your spending…your approach with men/women…your gym attendance…almost ANYTHING.

And in this book, you’ll get a shortcut to a few life tests you can use TODAY.

All for you. All free. It’s my special thanks for reading I Will Teach You To Be Rich.

Here’s the download link:
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Jonathan
4 years 5 days ago

Wow, I already had so much respect for you, seeing Mark Sisson’s name, and one of the best primal lifestyle sites on the web, mentioned by you just made you totally that much more epic IMO!

Marty Salin
Marty Salin
4 years 5 days ago
Dear Ramit, I have been reading your blog for years. Some very good advice, thank you very much. I’ve also recommended it unhesitatingly to friends whom I thought might benefit from your wisdom. OK, I’ll make this short and sweet, this is NOT really criticism, I am just pointing out a common error. You wrote, “Like how to increase your gym attendance by 300% … Everyone SAYS they should go to the gym more often. What if you could triple your gym attendance with one embarrassingly simple step?” Which is it? 300% or 200% … quadruple or triple? Perhaps a… Read more »
John
John
4 years 5 days ago

Just thought I would mention that the name and email fields don’t have labels, so I wasn’t sure what to put untill I got the error message.

Richard
Richard
4 years 5 days ago

Just an fyi: your download process is having problems (too busy? great problem)
I got time-out errors and when I reloaded the page, it tells me I haven’t confirmed
But no email came, not being filtered out as spam by gmail as far as I can tell.

Stephen
Stephen
4 years 5 days ago

Same here. I am already on your mailing list so I’d assume your software isn’t sending another confirm mail because of that.

Sheridan Saint-Michel
4 years 5 days ago

I just wanted to say thank you. I have been a avid reader and purchaser, starting with your guide to kicking a$$, and I really love the fact that you have a finance blog that focuses on psychology, self improvement, and real wins.

You have really changed the way I look at money, and frankly the way I look at life.

Chris Horner
4 years 5 days ago

Wow Ramit, you really continue to deliver. Principals I’ve already learned from your writing and courses have more than paid themselves back. Many times over in fact. Will look forward to exploring this too. Thanks!!

Brock C
Brock C
4 years 5 days ago
Ramit, I look forward to reading this. Your stuff is always high quality. I thought I would mention one test I recently used myself to improve gym attendance. I noticed that the main impediment to my going more often was that I kept forgetting to prep a gym bag the night before (my schedule doesn’t allow working out at night – it’s 6 AM or nothing). So I stopped taking a bag entirely. Now instead of getting showered and dressed at the gym, I just drive home. I haven’t missed a workout since. (Why was I taking a bag at… Read more »
Susan
Susan
4 years 5 days ago

I so want to download this, but no e-mail came and can’t find it in my bulk file. I’ve been on your newsletter list for a long time, so was sort of surprised you said I wasn’t subscribed. What more need I do? Thanks.

Doug
Doug
4 years 5 days ago

I’ve noticed you are using a lot more video. I’m not guessing that is the test your talking about here. Is it helping conversions? A lot, or a little?

Mike
Mike
4 years 5 days ago

Thanks Ramit!

Tim Rosanelli
Tim Rosanelli
4 years 5 days ago
The best experiment I’ve ever run… YOU’LL GET A KICK OUT OF THIS ONE. The test: To see if my wife can tell the difference between top shelf and bottom shelf Vodka in her Cosmos. My wife loves Cosmopolitans. I make them for her all the time. Her favorite Vodka is Belvedere Vodka ~ so she thinks. I read that people can’t taste the difference in Vodka. I want to test the idea of perceived value in the packaging. Two years ago, I started pouring other Vodka into a Belvedere bottle to see if she would notice and to save… Read more »
Tim Rosanelli
Tim Rosanelli
4 years 5 days ago
Ramit, Are you crazy!? I don’t think I’ll ever tell her. LOL! I’ve thought about telling her because we go out to dinner and she orders a drink with the top shelf stuff in it and I end up paying the extra cost in the check. HaHa! The funny part is that I have a bunch of bottles of cheap Vodka hidden in my basement that I pour into the Belvedere bottle. When one of the cheap bottles running out, I bury it at the bottom of the recycling bin under other stuff. It’s a whole covert mission! I’ve even… Read more »
Kris
Kris
4 years 4 days ago
Test: How to wake up at 5am every day. Inspiration: Like many people, I noticed on days I got up early by some miracle, the day was infinitely more productive. I’d always wanted to get up earlier, but I just resigned myself to “I’m not a morning person.” Then I came across an article about habits of billionaires. Every one of them work up between 4:30 and 6:30 every day. I decided to give it one last go. Versus: Go to bed at the same time every night vs wake up at the same time every day. Test – Sleep… Read more »
Michael Belk @ethical behavior

These are some interesting life hacks. I guess you can not tell what another person is going to do until they do it.

Making is a little easier than most of us think it is.

Ashley
Ashley
4 years 4 days ago

Nice marketing, but let’s be honest. You’re sharing this because you believe the following:

1). The e-mails you collect will be worth more than the profits you can expect from selling such a book. AND
2). The goodwill you receive will also benefit your business and blog

That’s not to say that I don’t appreciate this ‘free’ ebook, but as the saying goes: “When you don’t know what’s being marketed, the answer is probably you”

Aimee
Aimee
4 years 4 days ago

Thanks a lot Ramit for sharing this. The tests has really shown a simpler way to establish better habits. I tried the ‘establishing floss habit’ (although in different context) so far, the results were positive. Thanks again!

Isaac Johnson
Isaac Johnson
4 years 4 days ago
My favorite test-I committed to using a food/symptoms journal to see if I really did feel better when implementing changes to my diet. I always wanted to try eating completely gluten free, and other tweaks, but never fully committed. By committing to keep a detailed food journal and noting any symptoms, I could see a quantifiable improvement in how I felt, and even declining health when I strayed. This encouraged me to keep making changes to my diet based on the feedback from the journal. I ended up curing myself of a chronic, “un-curable” digestive disease (ulcerative colitis) summary: test:… Read more »
Sunil @ The CPA Profession
4 years 3 days ago

one hack, rather a productivity habit that has greatly benefited me in life is batch processing, from checking email, to snail mail, to paying bills and making phone calls. when first implementing, I tried it for 30 straight days and the benefits were screamingly apparently. test passed with flying colors

Rob
Rob
4 years 2 days ago

I LOVED the Ramit sad face – OMFG LOL.
I let the timer run out half expecting a video to pop up with an angry Ramit telling me to leave already.

Tahnya Kristina
4 years 6 hours ago

Hey Ramit,

This is a great post, I’m going to include it on the Dinks Finance weekly roundup. I heard you speak at FinCon and I’m your new biggest fan 🙂

Mariama Strieder
Mariama Strieder
3 years 11 months ago

Hello Ramit,

I have just caught on to your awesomess. My husband and I currently have $500 each set aside ready to start a ROTH IRA. He’s 25 and I’m 24. We want one that we don’t have to pay annual dues on it. What would you recommend start our Roth IRA with?

Nick K.
Nick K.
3 years 11 months ago
Hi Ramit, Downloaded the book and its good, two hacks in particular stand out to me, the $1 challenge not to criticise behind someone’s back. This is a constant thing I do and after reading the book I’m positive my professional and personal life suffer due to my behaviour (though I’m way too tight to give away a dollar each time, must find a solution.) The other is marking the calendar to show progress, I’m implementing this for a personal project and when it works will continue with all the other incomplete crap I’ve got going, A teacher once wrote… Read more »
Seth
Seth
3 years 11 months ago
Ramit, I’ve been following your blog for a couple of months now and have yet to be disappointed. I’m actually a freshman in college and attribute my scholarships and college acceptance to an attitude of consistently improving myself despite the numerous obstacles that stood between me and my goals. I was (and still am) an avid tester of life tricks – so I loved this post! I liked the 15 life hacks and thought I’d share my own ‘LifeHack’ which got me out of a drug-ridden nowhere town and into an Ivy League on a full-ride scholarship. It wasn’t a… Read more »
J
J
3 years 11 months ago
My goal: to write in my journal every day, come hell or high water. Test: First try: Put a freebie blank notebook and pencil by my bed so that I see it every night and will remember to write in it. Results, so-so. Sometimes there are week-long gaps. Second try: Put a journal by the bed, but this time it’s one I bought, with a nice cover and attractive pages. I figured that if I spent the money on it, I would be more inclined to use it. Results, better, but not perfect. There were still some gaps in writing… Read more »
M
M
3 years 11 months ago
What worked for me regarding regular workouts: I literally use little stick-on stars on my calendar for every workout I complete. I have a goal of 7 stars a week (there are days I run and do pilates and they get 2 stars). I use different colors depending on the workout, and I have a planned schedule of which workouts I do on which days. Except for days when I’ve been too sick to work out (I think that’s been around 5 days, three of which were last week), I have a perfect record and I’m in month 3. If… Read more »
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