At IWT, we believe:

  • Finding your money dial: Identify what matters most to you so you can spend extravagantly on the things you love.
  • Increasing your earnings: Earning more will give you the freedom to live the life you’ve always dreamed of.
  • Changing your mindset about spending: Money was made for spending, not hoarding. Enjoy spending on the things you love, guilt-free.

Learn more about our Wealth Triggers program.

The first step to crafting your Rich Life is getting specific about what your Rich Life is. Take a minute and watch the video below to build a vision of the life of your dreams.

What’s my money dial?

Money Dials: why you spend the way you do

We’ll show you how to spend more on your favorite things

Conscious Spending: How my friend spends $21,000 a year on going out

Spend more on what you love while managing your finances

Ramit gave a talk at Google about Money Dials and spending money on the things you love. Watch the full talk to find out what your money dial is.

How do I increase my earnings?

Women talking at conference

There’s No Limit to How Much You Can Earn

You’re a hard-working, top performer — does your income reflect that? Most people leave money on the table because they don’t have the systems in place to earn more. We’ll help you uncover your hidden earning potential and share our best tips for unlocking it. Take the quiz below and see how much your monthly income could grow.

Earning more on the side when you have no free time

You can start making more money even if you have a busy schedule

How to start your own business in 5 steps

Start earning more on the side through a small business, even if you already have a full time job

How to spend money – guilt-free

How much to spend on an engagement ring

Picking out a ring for your partner is about more than just price

How to make expensive purchases (guilt-free)

Expensive purchases should make you feel happy, not guilty

Learn more about our Wealth Triggers program.

Learn how to use money to buy happiness, no matter what your income level is.