7 things I learned from 9 years of IWT

I’m not a sentimental dude. But this week, “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” turns 9 years old, and I’ve been thinking about the last NINE YEARS of writing hundreds of blog posts, thousands of emails, and millions of hilarious jokes. In 2004, I wrote my first blog post. IT IS HORRIBLE! I say that Step #1 ...

New live webcast: “3 game-changing strategies for finding your dream job” (Wed night)

If you want to skip ahead, this Wednesday night I’m giving a live webcast on new strategies to find your Dream Job. RSVP here. Last week, I tweeted these 2 things: “See how stupid my last tweet sounds? Kind of like online nerds who search endlessly for the latest productivity app” Productivity nerds don’t like to hear this, ...

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Ask Ramit: “Should I change jobs or improve the one I have?”

It’s interesting when people let their barriers slip out in their actual language. Usually, they don’t even realize they’re doing it. But Detective Sethi is on the case: Guy 1: “So you started going to the gym?” Guy 2: “Yeah, I actually kinda like it now.” Guy 1: “So you’re saying I’d have to go ...

New interview: Crafting the life you want

A friend of mine has 4 college interns working for her, and last week she asked me to speak to them about business and psychology. When I got there, they’d prepared questions about writing and productivity and marketing, but we spent the most time talking about how to deal with the pressure of parents’ expectations. I noticed this because ...

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

Periodic Tables, First Class, Shoe Laces and Dennis Hoffman

Each day, I post short insights on http://twitter.com/ramit about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people. You won’t find these on my blog. Here are a few of my favorite recent tweets: The comments on this article about weight loss / genes are fascinating. Every sub-argument is represented http://...

Uh, it’s SUPPOSED to be hard!

Like most young people who are dumb, I entertained a lot of delusional ideas. I was frustrated that the world didn’t recognize me for how great my “ideas” were. I’d complain about having to “put in my time” (shouldn’t I get to skip all that?? I’m so smart!!). I even once emailed Guy Kawasaki, a famous ...