The surprising myth about investing in real estate

One of my most popular concepts is "Invisible Scripts," or the guiding beliefs we have that are so deeply embedded, they're often invisible. For example: "Everyone should get a college degree" "I don't have any money, so I can't go to college" "Marry someone you love" "If you rent, you're throwing money away" "Online courses are SCAMS" Here's an overview ...

Win “Dinner for Two” for a year

Two months ago, I ran a giveaway for two plane tickets anywhere in the US. Robyn won! She’s planning to fly to her coin-collecting grandfather to Philadelphia to see how coins are made. Last month, I gave away $1,001 on Amazon. Meghan won! She’s using her prize to buy the "most luxurious, highest quality bedding she can ...

When should you make the jump to work for yourself?

Too many weirdos think that to start a business, they have to quit their job, raise millions in venture capital, and start the next Google. Uh, that sounds pretty risky to me. Is there another way? Can you start something slowly? What if you want to quit your job and start your own thing, but you have bills and you ...

Case Study: How Ben quit the circus and proved he could get a “real” job (Part 2)

On Monday, I introduced you to Ben, a circus performer who used my Earn1K course to go from $0 to $60/hour in side income. Now I want to show you how he found his Dream Job -- a job that offered “more money than I’d ever received” -- in 3 weeks. Starving Artist Syndrome In college, Ben had ...

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

Case Study: How did this circus trainer go from $0 to $60 per hour? (Part 1)

Here are some “classic” ideas for earning income on the side: business consultant (like Megha, who went from $0 to $2000 per month in 3 weeks) web designer (like Robert, who used my Briefcase Technique to increase his income from $42,000 to $90,200 per year) internet marketer (like Kentaro who built a $250,000/year business using Earn1K’...

How to be happy

When I was doing a lot of TV, I would take questions from viewers. Literally 99% of questions would fall into the same 5 categories: I’m in debt. How do I pay it off? My credit card company did X to me. What should I do? I want to buy X. Can I afford it? I just had kids. ...