Nathan Ruff Official website and blog for 21-year-old American serial entrepreneur Nathan Ruff.
  • Resources I believe the path to becoming a billionaire is to provide billions of dollars worth of value to the world, and more specifically my clients. This commitment to helping my clients save time and money is why I spend a few hours every week searching the web finding the best tools, products, and services. Below […] 3 min read June 5, 2018
  • The Journey Is Long I often find myself forgetting how long the journey is. I work 90 hours a week and have clients all over the world; why am I not a millionaire? Why do I still have slow months? I’ve been running OneNine for five whole years, after all! Life is long. Chances are, it’s not ending tomorrow. […] 2 min read June 16, 2017
  • You Have Not Because You Ask Not The title says it all! Watch the video below, and if you agree OR disagree comment your thoughts. 0 min read December 3, 2016
  • Why I Bought Jason’s Future If your bio includes “I sold my last name (twice) and wrote the first-ever fully sponsored book.” You instantly become highly intriguing to me. Meet Jason Zook, the person who I truly believe is one of the most creative humans. Period. I am not writing an article about Jason, if you want to learn all about him […] 1 min read September 21, 2016
  • How I Got Into Web Design At the age of 10, I remember designing things using Microsoft paint on my mom’s computer. I always remember being design- and business-obsessed since a young age, an obsession which still exists to this day. Around the age of 12, I got my first computer and continued to “design” things and poorly edit photos that […] 1 min read June 8, 2016
  • The Last Investment If your business is failing, on the decline, or needs life to be breathed into it make a final investment with the intention of saving it, and watch what happens. In most cases, businesses fail because people quit, which is fine if it is time to quit. My plea is that you make a final […] 2 min read June 6, 2016
  • Take Control No one on earth likes complainers, especially complainers who complain about things they made active decisions to do. I was scrolling through Facebook (sometimes I love to waste minutes of my life I will never get back), and I came across this Facebook status: “Wanna know what’s not fun? Driving 4 hours (hungover) to get […] 1 min read May 3, 2016
  • Otto I love telling stories; below is a story of how I met a friend named Otto at 10 p.m. in New York City. I arrived in NYC the night before a Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, and Dave Ramsey event. Sitting in my hotel room, as I looked out into the city, I decided I would explore […] 2 min read April 6, 2016
  • Why I Obsess Over Impressions I am the furthest thing from a celebrity, so it’s pretty strange that I obsess over the impressions that I leave, but when I run for president in 2050, me being ultra aware of what I say and do will surely be a good thing. On the other hand, Trump is doing well and appears to […] 1 min read April 5, 2016
  • Why I Do Not Accept Time As An Excuse “The dog ate my homework” is an excuse that every teacher would laugh at and immediately dismiss. I feel the same way when people say, “I don’t have time.” This statement is almost always a lie, so I laugh and dismiss it. The truly sad part is that most people don’t realize they have time. They have […] 3 min read March 28, 2016