Still on the “30 days of genius ” interview by Chase Jarvis, the featured guest in this interview is Ramit Sethi. (watch the interview on the Youtube link below).
A rich life leads to money, not the other way around. Ramit Sethi believes that before you can reach your dreams, you have to be humble enough to start at the beginning.
Be confident in your craft, and it will take you where you want to go.
We’re told to dream big, and get rich – but for most people, instant success seems remote. But instead of becoming dejected or giving up on our dreams, Ramit Sethi believes we should be patient and take a close look at our everyday behavior. Be humble enough to start at the beginning. Be confident in your craft, and invest in it. Start taking steps. Study your idols. Hustle. Money is just a small part of a rich life: a rich life is what leads to money.
Ramit Sethi is a behavioral psychologist turned finance guru. He is engaging and encouraging, but not afraid to give you a kick in the butt. He has himself come a long way from offering personal finance seminars out of his Stanford dorm room (nobody came).
He’s a New York Times bestselling author and founder of GrowthLab.com, a website dedicated to helping people launch and grow successful online businesses. He writes for over 1 million monthly readers on his website, where he covers psychology, personal finance, and careers. We’re also very happy to include him as a CreativeLive instructor.
Culled from : Creativelive
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My Husband is the owner and he works very hard..
I need to try or do something different to have another business and income
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