Welcome Boston Globe readers

September 17th, 2006 - 4 Comments

If this is your first time visiting iwillteachyoutoberich.com (maybe from the Boston Globe article today), welcome. This is a blog on personal finance and personal entrepreneurship for college students, recent college grads, and everyone else.

To get started, check out my table of contents for 2 years of posts. Also, there’s an RSS feed and newsletter.

The article, “So you want to be an entrepreneur,” lists 9 ideas to get started. Here’s the one about me:

5. Sell yourself. The idea of an Internet start-up is to grow an audience first, and then figure out how to make money. So a logical place to turn to is yourself, because if you can build an audience, then you’re an expert in something. At the sprightly age of 24, Ramit Sethi writes the very popular personal finance blog IWillTeachYouToBeRich.com. He has parlayed this success into a public speaking career (seriously — Fortune 500 companies are paying him to come talk to employees about finance) and a book-writing career (stay tuned for his advice on how to recruit hotshots like him to your company).

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  1. Congrats indeed, one of the better Personal Finance sites I’ve been reading.

  2. I read the story with my Sunday coffee. When I saw your name and site, I said — “hey, I read that!”

    Congrats.

  3. great job. My best wishes.