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Hacking Elance: How To Make $23,700 Freelancing In 4 Weeks

August 20, 2014 in Guest Post
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Note from Maneesh: Today’s post is a detailed breakdown on freelancing strategy by Daniel DiPiazza at Rich20Something. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to leverage your skills to make extra money on the side…or leave your job entirely, freelancing is the perfect way to start. If you like what you read here, Daniel is […]

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Announcement: Pavlok Is Hiring. Come Change The World With Us.

June 18, 2014 in Uncategorized
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I’m proud to announce that Pavlok is growing in leaps and bounds, and we’re ready to take on a few driven, ambitious people to join our cutting edge team. Are you ready to change the world with us? We have three positions open: Ruby on Rails Engineer Embedded Systems Engineer Project Manager The applications are […]

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How to Make An Article Go Viral — My Video Presentation (in Italian!) from the BiT Tourism Conference

March 3, 2013 in Productivity
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Today, I’m coming at you from London, UK. (Are you in London? Come to my meetup on Tuesday) About a month ago, I left my cozy apartment in NYC to start traveling in Europe—starting off by lecturing at a travel conference in Milan. On February 15, I gave a short talk entitled ‘How to Make […]

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How to “Cheat the System” (And How to Become a Professional Copywriter)

January 28, 2013 in Make Money
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Without the Internet, how would we be able to take advantage of the system? Hack the System, as I’ve discussed before, is about looking for loopholes in the system — ones that you can benefit from. I talk about it in my Travel Hacking Report — by searching for loopholes, you can learn how to […]

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The Mentor and the Mentee

November 30, 2012 in Productivity

I landed in Buenos Aires and grabbed the guitar from the Portal Del Sur hostel living room. I followed the the music playing dribbling from the raised speakers—some gorgeous Argentine music, probably tango or something—and I started to play along. You see, when I was in high school, I learned guitar ‘so I’d be able […]

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