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Why It’s Ok To Suck In The Beginning

| March 31, 2014 | 1 Comment

  When I was 15, my aunt got me a guitar for Christmas — and to this day, it’s been one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. Shout out to Suzy! The parking lot of King High School. I think you get the same response from women just holding a guitar as you do […]

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Inside The Mind Of A $100M Mogul: How Lori Greiner Created A Product Empire (HD Video)

| March 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Take a look around your world. Does it ever feel like some people have an inordinate share of success in business and life? Superstars like this are: Launching successful startups and making millions Starting projects/hobbies…and actually getting good at them In great relationships with the perfect partner Always going to the coolest events Meanwhile, mere […]

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How To Raise $10,000 For A Project You Care About

| March 24, 2014 | 4 Comments

We have all these plans for projects, and dreams of things that we want to accomplish — but it’s SO hard to see them through to completion, isn’t it? How many of us have goals, and in our hearts, we’re just not sure if we’ll ever accomplish them? I know I’ve been there. However, there’s […]

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How To Get Past Fake “Gatekeepers”

| January 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

The following scenario surprised, enraged and inspired me — so originally, I wrote this on my Facebook wall. I got some many comments from friends that I just had to turn it into a post. I’m super curious: What would you have done in my shoes? Leave a comment when you’re done reading and let […]

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The “Fat Friend Effect” And The Surprising Power of Negative Secondary Connections

| January 3, 2014 | 21 Comments

I’m 24 years old and I’m now realizing that, despite my tendency to feel like I have a pretty good handle on life, there were a lot of lessons I learned as a child that still ring true today. For one, I’ve found it exceedingly true that birds of a feather really DO flock together. […]

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Painful, Embarrassing Shit I’ve Done Trying To Make Money Online

| October 28, 2013 | 14 Comments

When I began writing at Rich20Something, I felt like a small child lost in the woods. First, let’s get something straight: A lot of other bloggers or writers will tell you “Oh, I hardly even considered making money off my blog. Why, it happened practically by accident!” That’s bullshit. It doesn’t happen by accident. And I […]

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Start with Who: How to Find the Essence of You

| October 4, 2013 | 9 Comments

Who are you? I challenge you to find a question harder to answer than that. As discussed in “An Open Letter to College Students”, our goal with this series is to participate in our own becoming, and the first step in becoming who we want to be is to find out who we are now. […]

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Why Gen Y Needs to Build Something That Lasts Forever

| September 11, 2013 | 26 Comments

I’ve been off the radar for a little bit.  Not writing much…. In the depths of summer, grinding it out in New York City building a company. Sometimes I ask myself, is this for me? This week I lost my voice.  Why?  Because I didn’t sleep much.  I was at the office at 7:45AM, back […]

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How The Top 1% Actually Makes Progress (aka the Seinfeld Solution)

| August 13, 2013 | 75 Comments

Productivity sucks. For one, it’s hard. I mean, let’s face it – every single time I sit down to “get something done”, it almost never happens. At first, I thought it was just me. I thought that maybe there was some malfunction in my brain that made it physically impossible for me to focus on […]

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An Open-Letter to Chronic Worriers

| July 31, 2013 | 58 Comments

I’m beginning to hate writing. Not because I don’t like talking to people or expressing myself. But because every time I sit down to write something, I have to make a choice. I have to decide whom I want to present myself as. With each word I write, I have to decide if I should […]

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