Articles by Me
- Will Dropouts Save America? (op-ed in the New York Times)
- 8 Steps to Getting What You Want… Without Formal Credentials (on the blog of Tim Ferriss)
- Article about a healing I had with my father (in the Washington Post)
- How it Works: Bill Clinton’s “Reality Distortion Field” Charisma (on the blog of Tim Ferris)
- The Glorious End of Higher Education’s Monopoly on Credibility (Time.com)
- This is the Last Safe Investment (Time.com)
- The Skills You Need–But No One Tells You About–If You Want to Be Influential (Observer.com)
My Forbes.com Column
Between 2011–2013, I wrote a column on Forbes.com. Here are some highlights:
- Tucker Max Gives Up the Game: What Happens When a Bestselling Player Stops Playing?
- The Tim Ferris Effect: Lessons From My Successful Book Launch
- Is the American Dietetics Association Attempting to Limit Market Competition in Nutrition Counseling? (Part 1 in a series on monopoly behavior of the ADA)
- Is the American Dietetics Association Intentionally Using State Legislatures to Block Alternative Nutrition Providers? (Part 2 in a series on monopoly behavior of the ADA – covered on Reason.com here.)
- Your Happy Price vs. Your Sad Price: How to Charge an Amount that Motivates You
Press About Me
My work has been covered by CNN (also on CNN here), Yahoo! Finance, US News & World Report (Part 2 here), CNBC, Coast to Coast, the National Review Online (and here), Digital Trends, The Blaze (and here), International Business Times, Big Think (also here, here and here), the Laura Ingraham Show, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Harvard Business Review online, The American Bar Association Journal, the American Express OPEN Forum,, Psychology Today online, and the New York Times online.
The Education of Millionaires received the honor of being attacked stridently in Time by Vartan Gregorian, who was the president of Brown University while I was a student there, and by the $500,000/year Macalaster College president Brian Rosenberg on HuffingtonPost. The Chronicle of Higher Education is apoplectic about my work. (Here, here and here.) As is Inside Higher Ed.