Nobody wants to talk about depression.
Everybody wants to watch inspirational TEDx videos, get pumped up off a triple espresso and a Nike commercial.
Everyone wants to talk about how great it is to be motivated, driven and happy.
Even if we’re crying inside.
When I was 15, my aunt got me a guitar for Christmas — and to this day, it’s been one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. Shout out to Suzy!Continue Reading
Well, well, well. Look who decided to come back around.Yes, ’tis me, Daniel DiPiazza. #15768 in your inbox, but #1 in your heart. Apologies for the delay in the 5-Day Master Class. I took a trip to New Orleans to hang with my best friend, Mark, at his bachelor party and as you can imagine,Continue Reading
Welcome back to Day 2 of the 5-Day Master Class on streamlining your life with automatic workflows. Today, we’re going to talk about getting your ideas noticed quickly and easily at close to zero cost. If anyone has read the more recent books on startup philosophy — for instance, Lean Startup — you know thatContinue Reading
Over the next 5 days, I’m going to share with you the exact techniques and strategies I’ve learned during the last few years that have allowed me to run circles around my friends and get 3X more work done than “average people” — and as a result, start business after business.Continue Reading
When I was about…oh, 6 or 7, my mom saw an ad in the paper for Beauty and the Beast on Broadway. And guess what…they were holding AUDITIONS! She asked me if I was interested in trying out for the part of Chip. Remember him? He was the tiny teacup with the shitty little triangular piece knockedContinue Reading
I can still remember what it felt like to tell my first girlfriend, “I don’t love you anymore.” I’d just gotten back from traveling through Greece and the Middle East (read my adventures) and I thought I was such a worldly, cultured man now. I thought I needed to explore the world and see ifContinue Reading
After missing my flight over the holidays, I’m in Florida now spending time with my family. I’m happy to be here — but man, these people are weird. And as I’ve gotten older — especially in the last few years — I’ve started to see my parents and the elders in my family differently. Specifically:Continue Reading
Alright, quick confession: I’ve worn more pink shirts or short-shorts than any of you. In college, I worked for UPS and I got my share of tight fitting clothes and heavy lifting. I also felt like a genius being around so many brown cardboard boxes all day. I took the MENSA test later. I don’tContinue Reading
When I first started this Rich20Something, I knew I had a message I wanted to share with other young people. Simply put – you don’t have to do work that you hate. You don’t have to be chained to a desk or stuck in a dead end job. You can figure out what you’re goodContinue Reading