New live webcast: “How to Land Your Dream Job in 60 Days” (Wed night)

If you’ve been reading random bits and pieces of my career advice -- like how to find your Dream Job, how to negotiate your salary better than 99% of people, the actual emails to reach out to VIPs and sidestep the horrible online-application process -- this Wednesday night, you can catch up on ALL of it. I’m giving ...

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Introducing the “Magic Bullet”

In the world of personal development, there’s a concept called the “Magic Bullet.” Marketers spend thousands of dollars to learn how to master the concept, but I’m going to teach you how it works right here. A Magic Bullet is the ONE THING that people believe will help them achieve their goals. Although we “know” that success is ...

How to destroy psychological traps forever (plus a free gift)

We’re going to talk about psychological traps today, including a new free ebook I created for you. But first, I want to talk about how one of my favorite things to do is trap unsuspecting weirdos who email me angry things. I know the typical advice is “ignore those commenters,” but frankly, I love verbally crushing them. These bagel-munching ...

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Ask Ramit: How do you choose ONE passion?

When I graduated from college, I was working on 9 projects. NINE. I was doing a startup...I was working on an ebook...I was doing this, I was doing that. People’s eyes would glaze over when they asked me what I did. My problem was I didn’t know how to choose. I didn’t want to close ...

My Free Insider's Kit will show you how to earn more money

Why you should give more than you get

One of my goals is to take the typical advice you hear, deconstruct it, and instead of telling you 25 things you “should” do, actually show you the one thing that works. In other words, is anyone else tired of experts telling you to “add value” without showing you HOW to do it? If your answer is HELL YES RAMIT, ...

Be the Expert: How would you respond to this co-worker?

How would you handle this? Years ago, I had a co-worker who needed my help to finish a project that (1) he was leading but (2) it would also help my team. "Sure," I said, "just find me tomorrow and I'll show you how to do it." The next day came and went. He never found me. Later, when he ...