• The Idea Matrix – What Changed Everyone’s Life After “Choose Yourself”
    Posted by on October 20th, 2014 at 8:23 am. Post Comments: 0

    90% of the feedback I got about “Choose Yourself” was about one thing: How to bridge harsh reality with the world of imagination: how to become an Idea Machine.

    For my whole life I felt like a stray dog, dashing around until I could survive in the jungle. But I was lost and it took a long time.

    And I get it. I was dead on the ground. I was broke. I was separated. I was fired. I was scared. Scared and lonely.

  • Life is Like a Game. Here’s How You Master ANY Game
    Posted by on October 2nd, 2014 at 8:38 am. Post Comments: 0

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    I swept the chess pieces to the floor and ran out. The pieces were still popping around on the ground like popcorn when I left the room where the match was being played. It was my school versus some other school. I had lost.

  • Step By Step Guide to Make $10 Million And Then Totally Blow It
    Posted by on September 23rd, 2014 at 9:03 am. Post Comments: 0

    $70 million was a lot of money for me at the time. And I couldn’t sleep at night until I gave back every dollar to the people who gave it to me.

    I was running the sort of fund where people gave me money and then I invested it in other funds. The only problem was, I couldn’t figure out what funds were total scams and what funds were legit. In retrospect, I think about 9 or 10 of the 12 funds I was invested in were total scams.

  • Can You Do One Page a Day?
    Posted by on September 12th, 2014 at 8:26 am. Post Comments: 0

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    When I start to date a woman, I want her to love me IMMEDIATELY. That never happens. “You’re going too fast,” and she ends it.

    When I started a novel when I was younger, I wanted to finish it the next day. When I start a business, I want to sell it a day later. Count the riches. 

    When I started graduate school, I was already planning how I was going to be the fastest PhD in history.

    Around the time that I had initially planned on receiving that Phd , I ended up getting thrown out. “Lack of maturity,” the letter said.