I respect Ramit Sethi immensely.
He’s the New York Times author of “I Will Teach You To Be Rich”, and puts craploads of great content out there that helps a lot of people (including me!).
But he’s wrong about a few things.
- Stuff blogging for 3 years (without making a single cent) where the sun don’t shine. You can do it a lot faster (I made my first sales within my first week, but I know a guy who’s done it in his first day).
- You don’t have to work your fingers to the bone for 10 years before you have success. Success loves speed, as they say.
- I don’t agree with his “start small, then go big later on” approach to goal setting. You should go all out from the get-go.
- His recommended list of 50 books to have on your shelf doesn’t include any of the James Bond novels.
See, here’s the thing…
Make sure you knuckle down and listen to what authorities like Ramit Sethi, Ben Settle, Mike Dillard and Misha Wilson are saying. They’re my mentors who’ve taught me so much, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them.
But don’t be afraid to challenge what you don’t agree with, and put your own spin on things. Be your own authority figure, instead of a poor man’s version of someone else’s.
And if you don’t want to wait around for 10 years to be successful, I’ve found a system to do just that.
So if you’d like to:
- Replace your income
- Plug and play into a done for you marketing system
- Make more in a month than you’ve made in a year
- Have more time to do what you enjoy
Talk to you soon,
PS. Have you read “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” yet? What did you think of it? Leave a comment and let me know.