My post on J.D.’s blog: The best $20 You’ll Ever Spend

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J.D. Roth from Get Rich Slowly asked me to make a guest post on his blog about entrepreneurship, so I wrote The Best $20 You’ll Ever Spend.

I use this technique all the time to meet interesting people — it really works — so check out the post.

Btw, check out J.D.’s blog, Get Rich Slowly. It’s one of the best personal-finance blogs out there.

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  1. Get Rich Slowly isn’t coming up for me right now.

  2. This is a great post. Also, if you would like to flourish as an entrepreneur, find someone successful in what is your passion, and then copy their strategies to reach the zenith. This strategy perhaps sounds too easy and simple; however, this is a proven number one method to becoming successful.
    Cheers,
    A Dawn
    http://www.adawnjournal.com

  3. True, successful entrepreneurs love to share their thoughts…
    but taking them to the launch could be tricky :)

    Already have good ideas but short on money to start your business?
    This place can help you a lot:
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  4. I read through this blog. I think that it is a tremendous idea. There are a few books regarding how to get the attention of those who have influence. This is a good way to get their attention also.

    Caleb
    http://www.mefinanciallyfree.blogspot.com

  5. Why yes, that is very true!

  6. I would definitely pay $20 to go out to lunch with Ramit.

  7. Ramit -

    I couldn’t agree with you more… Networking and Mentorship are key success factors. I’ve been able to move miles ahead and various pursuits when I had mentors to consult with.

    Great advice.

    Cheers,
    Eff Jay

  8. Ramit, I am taking out a small business owner to lunch today because of reading this post about a month ago.

    Thanks dude : )