How to stay laser-focused — Noah Kagan interview

Yesterday, I shared Noah Kagan's insight about how some of our biggest periods of growth can come from the most challenging periods in our life. October’s RBT guest, Noah Kagan from Appsumo.com I’ve known Noah for over ten years now (before I started my blog) and he’s one of the few people I turn to when ...

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What happens when you work with the best

My friend Noah Kagan, chief sumo at AppSumo and writer at OKDork.com, tells a great story about the biggest growth period of life, when he was surrounded with some of the smartest, most accomplished people in the world. I'll let him tell you it himself via this video (you can skip to 1:03 - 3:20): [embed]https://...

3 actual business ideas you’d never think of

Here is one of the most common questions I get about starting a side business (that makes me want to bludgeon myself to death with a sledgehammer): “Ramit, you say you can help people start a side business, but all the examples you give are people with tech/design skills. I don’t have those, so YOUR PROGRAM CAN’T ...

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How to make money from home

We’ve all heard the same old tired promises of how to make money from home: “Make a million dollars!” “Work in your slippers and make $6,300/week!” “He did it...so can you!” There’s only one problem: THEY NEVER TELL YOU HOW TO DO IT! Instead, it’s page after page of random ideas (usually including MLM ...

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The intriguing psychology of “travel porn”

Notice how some of the most popular blogs and Instagram accounts are people sharing beautiful travel photos. In fact, when I’ve posted pictures on the beach, I get more Likes than almost anything else. I spent my birthday in Barbados with friends . Why do we love these photos? One reason is the “travel porn” phenomenon of following/liking these ...

Conquering guilt: How to enjoy what you’ve earned

If it were up to personal-finance “experts,” we’d never spend a penny on ourselves. We’d save 80% of our income, live in a cardboard box, and wait to take a vacation until we were 65 (“Pack your own lunch and enjoy it even more!”). As a result, whenever most of us spend money on something we love, we’...