You ever wake up, hungover, and think back to something you said the night before, and physically cringe?
Now imagine if that dumb thing you said was written publicly for all time. Here, I’ll show you below.
Ignore the ugly design and colors.
I actually WROTE THIS POST in 2004.
My idiotic post condemning 1-hour photo.
If you get a time machine, travel back in time 10 years, find your younger self, and bludgeon them to death…does that count as a crime?
Even though my early blog had many of the philosophical underpinnings I now write about — Big Wins, pairing psychology with behavior, etc — I 100% disagree with some of the things I wrote back then. This post was just a reactionary “That’s ridiculous!” post to a mere $12 charge.
It’s a reminder that it’s GOOD to change your opinion as you grow and learn more.
My take: If you want to spend $500 on jeans, or $2,000 on a weekend trip…YES! You can. I’ll show you how. This is a very different approach than feeling guilty about wanting to do anything…and being told that you have to cut back on everything until you’re 74 and retired.
That’s why I decided that for the final week of my anniversary celebration, I’m letting you create your own Rich Life.
In the past, I’ve given away trips, rent payments, gym memberships, and even a lifetime subscription to Netflix, but now YOU get to choose.
This time, for my 10-year Anniversary, I’m giving away $10,000 cash. You decide what to do with it.
- Pay off your debt
- Take your family on an exotic vacation
- Invest in your business
- Hire a housekeeper for years
- Build a whole new wardrobe
- Buy 1,000 copies of my book, then helplessly wonder what to do with the copies
- Donate to charity
- It’s up to you
This is a huge thank-you for the last 10 years of IWT.
Enter the contest here and leave a comment below telling me what you’d do with $10,000.
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