Ramit’s Therapy Sessions
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In a rare generous mood, I recently asked some of my readers to send me their toughest questions so I could answer them.
I expected challenging questions on asset allocation, multi-armed bandit testing, ethnographic research, and maybe advanced negotiation techniques.
In actuality, I got questions like this:
- “Do you think most people cheat because their partner isn’t doing enough? And if so, do you think its ok that they cheated?” -Shenandoah
- “There is no secret ingredient, is there? But if there was, what would it be?” -Tania
- “Why do you look pissed off most the time?” -Therese
Sometimes people don’t need tactics, they need therapy.
WHICH MADE ME REALIZE: WHY NOT INTRODUCE THERAPY WEEK WITH RAMIT?
That’s right, people.
This week, I’m going to be your therapist, answering your toughest questions about following through, distraction, and productivity.
We’ll laugh. We’ll cry (well, you might). And together, we’ll walk into the sunset on the wings of my favorite emotion of all: pity.
If you have questions about inner psychology, barriers that are holding you back, or why you genuinely want to do something — but can’t seem to actually follow through — this is your chance to ask. Maybe you call yourself “lazy” when it comes to hitting the gym. Maybe you want to go grad school, but haven’t even bought the GMAT book. Or maybe you’re fed up with reading blog after blog but never really doing anything.
I can help. This week, I’ll be answering the best questions and sharing a few surprises along the way.
Submit your questions by commenting below.
And if you’re not on my Insider’s List, now’s the time to join, free. Some of my private therapy sessions will only be shared in email.
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One more thing – Tomorrow, I’ll be hosting a live “therapy session” on Twitter. Just send your question to @ramit from 4-5 p.m. EST and I’ll answer as many as I can.
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