1. The Billionaire’s Brain & Jennifer Lopez’s Voice
To get what you want, you have to deserve what you want.
I’m making these videos pretty much for myself, as a way to cement-in the topics discussed. After I saw that other people were interested I started shooting them properly… so later ones are much higher quality!
This is it! I’m done all the steps so I wanted to do one last video covering my impressions of the course and what I got from it. I’m eternally grateful to Tai Lopez for making the 67 Steps and also to all of you who watch me struggle though them.
Gary stopped by Knowledge Society Headquarters today to give his take on leadership, social media and self-awareness. Gary took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. With his book ‘Crush It’ Gary is recognized as a pioneer in growing your brand and your business in the “social media age.” In this interview you will learn what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur, the latest social media trends and whether or not your ideas matter to building a successful business.
Tai Lopez is an investor, entrepreneur, author and aspiring renaissance man. When he’s not throwing A-list celebrity parties (Tyler Durden of RSD included) in his Hollywood Hills home he’s chin-wagging with Warren Buffet and Bill Gates at the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting. Tai reads a book a day and sends his reviews to 1.2 million of his close, close friends. He’s both lived with the Amish for 2 years and started 12 multi-million dollar companies.
And that’s just the warmup. Tai has a 67 step plan you can follow to “Lead the Good Life” which values Health, Wealth, Love and Happiness. He subscribes to Warren Buffet’s #2 man Charlie Munger’s “Concept of Inversion” which instructs you to directly avoid those things that will hurt your chances of success.
He also believes that humans are subject to 25 Cognitive Biases and that Arnold Schwarzeneggar’s concept of “Doing Reps” applies directly to life. He makes a big distinction between Stoics an Epicureans and believe’s the “4-hour Workweek” is for people who are doing something they hate.