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Live webcast this Saturday on entrepreneurship, writing, mentoring

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The webcast is over. I’ll put the clips up at youtube.com/ramitsethi soon.

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This Saturday I’m joining up with Ben Casnocha to do a webcast on entrepreneurship, writing, and mentoring.

A couple weeks ago, I did a webcast with Tim Ferriss. Here’s a sample:


How to build traffic and readers


See more samples here

Details of webcast this Saturday

  • When: Saturday, May 2nd from 12pm – 1pm Pacific

  • Where: Here — refresh iwillteachyoutoberich.com on Saturday at 12pm and a live video box will appear
  • Ask your questions: Please submit your questions beforehand by leaving a comment. We’ll do live Q&A, but these questions will let us be sure to answer as many as possible. (Note: SPECIFIC questions get answered, but and vague, broad questions get mocked mercilessly)
  • Problems: If there are problems with the video on Saturday, Ramit will update everyone at twitter.com/ramit
  • Will it be recorded? Yes, the recording will go up on youtube.com/ramitsethi a few days after the webcast

Leave your questions in the comments, and see you Saturday at 12pm Pacific!

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  1. Hey Ramit,

    Love your blog. You are really creating great value here.

    I am 19 years old. What should I do with my life? Just kidding! 🙂

    I’m a writer. What did you do to stand out from the pack to your agent? Was your query focused on credentials or content? Did you even query or just meet the agent for some drinks or a meal and shoot the breeze?

    Thanks!

    Doug Lance

    http://www.twitter.com/dugL

  2. Hi Ramit:

    Just finished your book. Brilliant stuff. Cheers!

    Regarding long-term investments, specifically index funds vs lifecycle funds, I’m curious which path you have chosen for yourself. In the book, you clearly seem an ardent advocate for lifecycle funds. Yet, you obviously possess a deep and pervasive knowledge of asset allocation, investing “rules”, etc. which leads me to think you could likely pick a wicked portfolio of your own.

    Is there any value (or added value) in having both – a lifecycle fund plus an index fund(s) in your long-term investing portfolio? How about multiple lifecycle funds (e.g. one Vanguard and one T. Rowe Price)?

    All the best,
    Matt

  3. Greetings,

    I am in grad school and am going to be on the wrong side of six figures in debt once I get out. How do you suggest someone in my position balance debt and investment when the debt is going to be such an exorbitant amount?

  4. Hey Ramit –

    I am a big fan and I’ll soon be out of debt personally.

    I’m the owner of a computer business (online only) where we build custom computers, sell brand name software and really try to me meet any request a customer may have when it comes to computers.

    Question: I’m in no way interested competing against bigger companies like Dell or even newegg, as a matter of fact I try to use
    them to my advantage. My niche however is selling custom computers, how do I brand this and sell considering it’s a very competitive market, a down economy where some are less likely to buy computers and when you’re on a shoe string budget. Thanks in advance!

    Warmest Regards,

    Priest

  5. I would be extremely grateful if you would add subtitles to your videos. Subtitles are a tremendous help to me and to others who are hearing impaired. I have thoroughly enjoyed the parts of your message that are accessible to me, and am hoping to be able to understand your videos going forward. Thank you for considering my request. Continue expanding your message, your suggestions are fantastic and I love the fresh perspective that you have brought to the genre. Best, Ann

  6. Here are my questions:

    Ramit – How can I keep my shirts looking new and remarkably crisp? This Downy Wrinkle Release is pretty good, but there has to be another way!

    Ben – If I’m single and ready-to-mingle, what’s a good pickup line that doesn’t end with “Have you seen my blog?”

  7. Here are my questions:

    a) I really want to start a business with my husband. But we have two young sons – there’s no way I’m going without health insurance. Can you give some advice on finding health insurance for a family of four?

    b) I loved your negotiation scripts in the book (loved the whole book!). Can you please give a script for asking someone to be your mentor? My mind goes blank, and then I start channelling Mr. Rogers: “Would you be, could you be, won’t you be my mentor?”

  8. Ramit:

    I enjoyed seeing your videos on Tim’s site (and commented over there too). I know that Tim advocates leaving comments on other well respected bloggers’ sites, but I wanted to get your take on increasing traffic and just overall getting more traffic to your website.

    Also, there seems to be a lot of buzz about SEO’s right now. Could you elaborate more on that in layman’s terms?

    Thanks for considering my questions,

    Richard Brian Penn

  9. Hi, Ramit and Brian –

    Thanks for this webcast. I’m looking forward to being overloaded with all the wisdom tomorrow!

    Here’s my question: You’re both prolific AND effective writers. How do you manage your time for producing content as well as editing? (Do you spend much time editing at all?) Do you use a voice recorder and a transcription service?

    It doesn’t seem like either of you do this, but there are some writers who are really great at re-hashing their old content in a way that looks new, and what do you know – you have another blog post. Is it a menthod you use or agree with?

  10. I am the creator and producer of a new DVD for preschoolers about airplanes, titled YAY! PLANES. Hosted by Argyle and Jim, two socks who live in lost luggage, we learn about shapes on an airplane, our ABC’s with the original song, “Letters on an Airplane”, and fly over farms, fields, lakes, and houses.
    We have had some measure of success directly marketing to my immediate network, mom blogs, and pilot supply stores. We have a distributor to libraries and schools, which has been our biggest customer thus far. I have just signed with a bigger distributor, but orders have been flat.
    My question is this:
    How do I reach beyond the marketing and sales plateau which we have reached to build greater awareness and sales?

    If you want to take a live call and use this as a case study during the webcast, shoot me an e-mail. I’d be happy to follow-up.

    Thanks!

    -Bob

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