An entrepreneurial opportunity — check this out

My friend Chris Yeh is recruiting "aggressive, entrepreneurial writers and marketers for a new venture." Chris is the real deal (Stanford/Harvard MBA) and totally entrepreneurial. Definitely check this out. Shhhh...Writers & Marketers Wanted For Founding Team Of A Secret Project Update: Chris tells me the deadline to apply is tomorrow (Wednesday, January 11)

Nominate IWillTeachYouToBeRich for the Bloggies

The 2006 Bloggies are now accepting nominations for the best blog in different categories. If you like IWillTeachYouToBeRich--whether it's my writing on personal finance, personal entrepreneurship, or just mocking lots of things--please take a second and nominate it for Best Topical Weblog. Thanks! Nominate IWillTeachYouToBeRich here:

How to dispute charges through your credit card

A few weeks ago, I wrote about my epic ordeal canceling Sprint service and moving to Cingular (because of reception in a new house): But then they told me my account had a $160.00 charge. For what, I asked? Wait for it... "An early cancellation fee." Yeah, right. I knew I didn't have a contract, and I had negotiated ...

A scary photo from MIT

I gave a couple of talks at MIT before the holidays. The scariest thing about this photo is not the look on my face (although let's be honest, what the hell am I doing here?), but the frightening math formulas on the chalkboard. Yes, those are real.

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Think in Weeks, Not Years

Trying to strike a deal with a big company is like inviting Hulk Hogan to smash a diamond-tipped rock against your head for 57 days straight. I cannot count the number of times I've been in a Monday meeting, we've finally agreed on some minor action item for the next step (like the company employee sending me a 2-paragraph project ...

I am going to kick some personal-finance ass–yours

Welcome to 2006. This year is the one where I'm going to help you take control of your personal finances and start investing for the future. This is in contrast to most people, who have no clue where they are spending money, what investing really is, or why it's important. Think of me as your drill sergeant, only a frail, ...