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This is something I love doing in NYC

Ramit Sethi

One of the most common questions I get texted to me:

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But if you’re wondering what to do, I always give them the same answer: A MUSEUM TOUR.

I know, I know. Who the hell wants to go to a museum?

But it’s not what you expect. Not only is it one of my favorite things to do in NYC, it shows how you can take something everyone thinks is boring — like going to a museum — and totally transform the experience.

When I went on my tour, we went into secret rooms and elevators. The tour guide told us all the gossip, politics, and behind the scenes stuff you never hear on a traditional tour.

These amazing museum tours are put on by one of my friends, Nick Gray.

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You know that person who’s always going to interesting events? The one who has obscure recommendations that just happen to be amazing? That’s Nick — he’s the guy I go to when I’m looking for something weird/interesting to do.

Nick is the founder of Museum Hack, a company that’s totally re-engineering the museum experience.

I asked Nick to join me in the RBT studio to talk about how to take something that everyone does the same, then do it totally differently — and get people raving about it.

Nick talked about how he changed the traditional museum tour. Then he showed how to take the same techniques and apply it to:

  • Throwing awesome parties that all your friends want to attend
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  • Building a business around your passion and charging what you’re worth

Even in this short excerpt that I put together for you, you’ll learn some of the best hacks Nick’s discovered through the years. Check it out here:

 

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