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James Altucher returns to the show to hijack BlogcastFM and put me on the other side of the mic.  In this episode, we get into a deep discussion about my new book The Art of Being Unmistakable. Here are some highlights from our chat:

  • A Look at the Creation of Process of this New Book 
  • Why I subtitled the book a Collection of Essays
  • How to Let Go of Ego-Based Creation of Your Art
  • Why Writing is About Giving Advice to Yourself
  • Dealing with Negative Reviews of Your Books
  • Why There are Parts of Every Journey That Suck
  • The Challenges of Creating Unmistakable Art
  • The Ups and Downs of My Personal Journey
  • A Look at How You Reframe a Negative Situation 
  • How Letting Go of Measuring Anything Increases Our Happiness
  • A Look at How to Find Your Own Unmistakable Path
  • Some of the Byproducts that Will Emerge from the Future of My Work

James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, author and blogger. He has founded or cofounded several companies and has also published several books on investing. His writing has been frequently published by media outlets, including The Financial Times, TheStreet.com, Techcrunch and The Huffington Post. You can follow him on twitter @jaltucher. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter.

Originally aired about 3 years ago.

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