August 28th, 2015
Let me paint a picture for you.
You just moved to the city of your dreams. It's big, vibrant and full of possibility. The weather is amazing. The food is SO good. You’re living the dream except one thing keeps bothering you: your Friday nights suck.
You spend them alone and bored out of your mind. You WANT ...
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August 27th, 2015
Do you know the number one reason students don’t win college scholarships? (Other than not applying. Ugh.)
Answer: They see the application process as a “numbers game.” They think if they apply to every scholarship, then they'll have to win something...right?
If you don’t understand the psychology of college scholarships, each one you apply for ...
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August 26th, 2015
What if you lost your job today and needed a new job in a week? Could you do it?
What if you just wanted some advice for a tough career decision? Is there someone you could ask?
Or what if you wanted to make a big career change, like switching industries? Is there anyone you could call for help?
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August 24th, 2015
Bahahaha...look at this email I got from a nice lady named Cathy:
More nutty reader emails on instagram.com/ramit
Weird that she didn’t reply with her measurements...
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about life, it’s that everyone is happy to give you advice.
But how do you know when to take the ...
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August 21st, 2015
There are tons of articles out there telling you how to read body language. From Psychology Today to Business Insider, they give you tips on how to read someone’s face and posture, but they all seem to miss one key thing.
No one wants to read body language just for the hell of it! You want to know ...
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August 20th, 2015
When I took a vacation to Asia, I noticed something amazing: There were NO KIDS CRYING ANYWHERE. Nowhere, not even in outdoor markets with 105-degree heat. Finally, after 2 weeks of traveling around, I asked on Twitter if anyone knew why. Somebody replied that when she lived in Japan, she once asked a mother what she does when her baby ...
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