November 24th, 2015
Depending on how your interview went, you could be one follow-up email away from landing your dream job.
But what should your email say? When should you send it? And what do you do if you don’t hear back?
Today, I’ll show you how to craft the perfect interview follow-up email. Because when you do this right, it ...
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November 24th, 2015
Today, I’m going to show you exactly how to negotiate your rent so you can put a couple thousand dollars -- or more -- in your pocket this year.
Most people don't think negotiating their rent can save them much money, but they're wrong. Just look at the results for two of my students:
“With a 12-month lease, that ...
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November 23rd, 2015
One of the most common questions I get texted to me:
For eating, just check out my NYC restaurants bookmarks.
But if you’re wondering what to do, I always give them the same answer: A MUSEUM TOUR.
I know, I know. Who the hell wants to go to a museum?
But it’s not what you expect. Not ...
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November 13th, 2015
Have you ever written an important email, and then...crickets?
For days, you nervously check your inbox. You listen for email notifications. You end up wondering:
“Did I do something wrong?”
“Did I say something offensive?”
“Do they just not like me?”
You're not alone. I get asked all the time about email etiquette. A well-written, well-timed email can make ...
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October 30th, 2015
One of the best events I attended this month was the Pencils of Promise gala. Did you know that the IWT community raised over $300,000 to build 12 schools for children around the world -- the most online donations ever in PoP's history? Impressive:
Me with Pat Flynn, Marie Forleo & Lewis Howes
At the @pencilsofpromise gala last ...
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October 26th, 2015
I recently spoke on a panel in Napa Valley called “What I’ve Learned In The Last 10 Years.” During the presentation, one of the other panelists said something that did NOT go over well. I found it fascinating.
This guy is a successful entrepreneur. He was talking about how, as he’s gotten busier, he’s had to change ...
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