Tweets you missed

November 02nd, 2012 - 6 Comments

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:

 

 

To get all of my Twitter updates as they happen, follow me here: http://twitter.com/ramit

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  1. Am I missing something, because I don’t get your point about Susan Walsh?

  2. Ok, see it now. Took me a second read to see the ‘angry’ comment.

    The reason articles like Susan’s tend to rile certain people is that the backbone of her logic is that your behaviour and personality is biologically determined, for the most part. Research has shown otherwise (see Cordelia Fine’s book, Delusions of Gender). Thorny subject!

  3. Haha some of ur tweets are hilarious. U remind me of Russell Peters! Ever tried to do a stand up show before? I think you’ll do great! Anyways your blog has always inspired me and ur book – I Will Teach You To Be Rich really reached out to me. Especially the part on how ur dad would go back n forth negotiating on the car deal. That is so Asian, and I can relate because I am Asian. On the cotrary, those methods actually help in real life!! You rock Ramit\m/

  4. Ramit, what a privilege! I’m a longtime fan and owner of your book.

    Thanks for the shout out – even if it did result in scores of radfem knitters descending on Hooking Up Smart. :P

    J/K, much appreciated.

  5. Wow, now here’s a strategy… They say that as marketers we need to make sure we differentiate ourselves. My only question would be: “How do we post attention grabbing messages without offending people, especially when you’re a new brand starting out?”