James Altucher has rebounded from personal catastrophe so many times in his 49 years, it’s hard to imagine a more qualified evangelist for personal reinvention. During the dot-com boom of the 1990s, Altucher made millions designing corporate websites, only to squander it all on gambling and a string of disastrous investments. “I was probably losing about a million [dollars] a week for an entire summer,” he tells Reason’s Nick Gillespie. “I just made every stupid decision in the book.”
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