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RAMIT SETHI: Have you ever noticed that personal finance experts love lecturing Americans about what they can't do with their money? They say things like: "Stop spending money on lattes!" "You can't afford those jeans." "Eating out? You should cook at home every night -- duh."
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Flexo interviews me
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This has been one of the most eye opening interviews I’ve done and it really shifted my perspective. In this interview you’ll hear some really different perspectives on blogging. Here’s some of highlights from my conversation with Ramit:
* How Losing $2000 Motivated Him to Learn About Money
* The unsuccessful I will teach you to be Rich Course he created in college
* Telling the Right People About Your Blog/Content
* Using the first 6 months to Find a Voice
* How to Write a Series that Generates a Shitloa#$# of Traffic
* The Reality of Publishing a Book
* Why You Shouldn’t Focus Your Relationships Building Efforts on the A-list
* Why blogs are an AWFUL way to Make Money
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Naturally, I turned to personal finance. I decided to dive into the topic of college students and the need for money management courses in college.
During the documentary process, I shot an email to Ramit to see if he would be up for an interview. I lucked out that he was in the middle of his mega marketing campaign for his book and he said yes to an interview.
What follows is the first part of that interview. Topics range from Ramit’s personal finance background to why colleges are failing their students by not creating mandatory money management courses.