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A Brutally Honest Review of Tai Lopez’s Courses (67 Steps, Social Media Agency, Etc.)
This review is not sponsored or influenced by Tai Lopez or his team. I hope to keep it that way.
People are seeing a man called Tai Lopez run numerous ads on social media and selling courses that essentially promise to make you rich and successful. They’re wondering if he’s a scam. I have actually paid for his program and wanted to give my brutally honest review of him.
Who is Tai Lopez? What Do He Do and How’d He Become Rich?
As a quick recap, let’s cover who Tai Lopez it. Tai came onto the online scene in 2020, and quickly rose to become one of the top personal development gurus on the web.
How do I know? I’ve watched his whole journey from the start. I have consumed a ton of content (paid and free) from Tai. He has repeatedly admitted to these things. However, he been notorious for not revealing the specific details on how he made his money and how much he has.
Growing up, he found six mentors that helped him. One was Joel Salatin, a successful, wealthy farmer, known for his involvement in the documentary, Food Inc., and the book, Folks, This Ain’t Normal. Tai chose to work as an apprentice farmhand for Joel for a couple years.
He also spent a couple years living with the Amish, a group of traditional Christians living in the U.S. who live simple lives and avoid modern technology. This was a pivotal time for him because it taught him about happiness and simple living. He often claims the Amish have much lower suicide rates despite living such simple lives.
When he was a young adult, he found himself broke and sleeping on a coach. He went through the Yellow Pages (a thick book directory that gives you all the phone numbers of everyone in an area) and saw a huge insurance ad. He figured someone who can afford to run such a large ad must be rich, so he went in-person to the company’s founder and asked to work for free. This man replied, “I have been waiting 40 years for a man like you.”
Tai went on to post record-breaking sales numbers for the company by being one of the first to leverage Google AdWords. Back then, it was really cheap to get in front of thousands of people online.
He then went on to build and run a salsa nightclub. After being burned out from the nightclub business, he invested in online dating sites. Now, he is the CEO of an online education company where he sells training courses teaching people how to achieve “health, wealth, love, and happiness.” You can buy his stuff on his http://TaiLopez.com and his motto is “Everybody wants the good life. But not everybody gets the good life.”
Tai Lopez runs an online education company where he sells training courses teaching people how to achieve “health, wealth, love, and happiness.”
Tai Lopez really started going full force with his online training company in mid 2020. He started buying video ads on YouTube and went from nobody knowing him to an Internet meme. He split-tested a number of ads, and this one caught storm:
His video ads reached at least 100 million viewers. People speculated how much he spent and how he could afford it. This video by the popular YouTuber H3H3 explains it well:
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His ads went to a sales page where you could buy an online course. So most likely, he paid for more ads with the money he made from them.
In 2020, he moved into a new mansion in Beverly Hills, California, which he calls “Knowledge Society Headquarters.” Some speculate that he rents it and not owns it because it’s listed on Zillow.com.
Tai and his team releases a large amount of consistent content on social media (especially YouTube and Snapchat) and new ads to drive new people back to his site to buy stuff. It’s clear that all his time is now spent on his new online training business because his social media shows his entire day-to-day is spent creating content and promoting Tai Lopez’s programs.
You may be wondering, “Is he really rich?”
Possibly. At least for now. In 2020 and 2020, he has ramped up the expensive purchases and posted pictures of it on social. Part of that is clearly to attract more eyeballs and get more customers. He went from owning one Ferrari and one Lambourghini to renting a private jet and buying an Aventador, Rolls Royce Ghost, and Rolls Royce Dawn. His business has clearly made money and he employs an entire team to help him.
Tai’s Instagram post showing off his new cars: an Aventador and a Rolls Royce Dawn.
He has also been spending money getting Instagram models to advertise for him and to do prize giveaways. You will often see a flock of models with him in social media. He has claimed to give away cars, iPads, xBoxes, and more on Instagram. Will it last? Who knows? He’s also forming a lot of relationships with influencers; if he does go bankrupt, he might be able to reach out to them for help to bounce back.
How I Stumbled Across Tai Lopez
He was mentioned by a millionaire, Michael Sartain, who I conducted an interview with on my Youtube. I looked him up as I tend to do with every book or person of influence mentioned to me. He has his own youtube channel and website (search Tai Lopez, you’ll find him) where he teaches 4 main things: success in health, wealth, happiness, and love. Anyhow, I watched his videos and eventually bought his products. Nowadays, he has gained notoriety because he has spent tens of millions of dollars on Youtube ads to promote his products. He has gone far beyond the threshold of what is called “ad fatigue” and everyone I go online, people in the comments are hating on him or making fun of him. They are calling his stuff “get rich quick scams.” Many people have seen the same ad from him over ten times.
There are some people who still love him and fight for him, and I have got into heated debates with some of them. I would say he has gone way over the edge in terms of over-promoting his ads and compromising long-term brand value reputation for short-term gains. I don’t think he took into account over-exposure and there is a huge movement of people who have seen his ads dozens of times online and are sick of him. Countless videos on Youtube have been made making fun of his ads.
Is Tai Lopez A Scammer? Brand and Product Reviews (Including 67 Steps)
Is Tai Lopez legit?
If you don’t have time to read the big block of text that follows reviewing his stuff. The biggest problem I had with it was that it was too generalized, and took advice from successful people of different fields and applied it universally.
It’s easy to do that when you are promising success in so many different domains (health, wealth, love, and happiness). I just don’t think the secrets that made a chess Grandmaster win and those who made Sun Tzu into a famed war general apply to every domain. The laws that make someone a great Basketball player aren’t the ones that make someone a great insurance CEO.
The 67 Steps Review
Here are my thoughts on the 67 Steps. It’s worth the buy. It’s $1 per video. And each video, in my opinion, is well worth the purchase if you actually listen and absorb what he is telling you.
He gives you 67 steps lessons with good examples from successful people and books he has picked out. It was well worth it and I hope to re-watch all of them again one day to remind myself of things. Hopefully, he updated some of them because some videos are fairly old with old camera equipment but nonetheless good. My warning is make a commitment to watch all the 67 videos.
I downloaded the MP3 versions provided and listened to them at 2x speed on my iPhone. Some more than once. I have talked to many people who also purchased 67 steps and many stopped watching and listening to them a quarter or half of the way through. They give many excuses such as “I’ve heard all of this before” or “it’s common sense” which I don’t think is true.
Additionally, I got an Audible audio-book version of Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker (anything by this man is gold by the way) with my purchase. That is at least a $5 value. I listened to that book twice. It’s a VERY quick read so it may not be that valuable. The print version is about $4 including shipping on Amazon. You may not get this free bonus when you take the course.
Did I pick up anything useful? Yes. There was some interesting insights he pulled out that made me change how I thought of myself and stopped me from complaining.
One was his “Man on the Moon” video where he says that it took hundreds of millions of dollars and thousands of astronauts to accomplish the impossible: go to the moon. So if that is possible, how can you be complaining that what you are doing is impossible when it’s probably much less difficult than that?
That shut me up since my goal’s are actually pretty modest in comparison (making six figures a year and then a million, leaving a positive impact on people online, becoming fit, improving my dating life, etc.).
One Year Update: I am leaving an update to this post after over a year since I bought and consumed the 67 Steps course. I want to leave a review of the product after the dust has settled and I had some time to clear my head from the hype.
Even though I listened to the course a few times over, I for 99% of it. All that remains is Tai’s general vibe and attitude while teaching it and the “Man on the Moon” lesson, which impacted me the most. Note: you have lifetime access to these videos so you can get a refresher when you want. And a different lesson may leave an impression on you.
Overall, after a year of mulling it over and reflection, I do feel he may have just pulled out these 67 topics from his butt. There was definitely some improvisation for many of these videos going on and no actual script. I don’t like that, especially for someone claiming to teach the secrets of life success. Having said that, he’s probably fixed up the videos by now.
As far as the Mini MBA program, I have some even more critical things to say…
Tai’s Mini MBA Program
At the time I bought 67 steps, his Mini-MBA program was offered at $1000 for the first 3 months. I learned from successful people to always try to haggle the price lower.
I emailed in and they were willing to lower the price to what I asked for, which was around $500. They were pretty quick to accept the offer and I should have pushed further but out of politeness I didn’t (Argh! I regret that). They were definitely still in the phase of testing prices. I tried it for the first 3 months and then cancelled.
I have spent even more money on other online courses. For this one, I was not satisfied. $500 is a lot of money to me and I definitely feel I could have gotten a better return on investment elsewhere. I went through all his videos loyally multiple times. But I can’t say there was anything that great that you can’t get online or anything that made back the money for what I studied in there. It’s been a couple years since my purchase, so I can say that for sure.
Along with a video library, it comes with weekly Q&A live calls with the members that are recorded for later use. Around 30 people showed up in the calls when I was a part of them. You could tell the groups were growing as time progressed. I was able to get in questions but he would not always answer them. Sometimes, he would but it is understandable given the amount of people in the call. I found the videos fairly informative and they talked about some general and specific principles. The topics were all across the board and sometimes fairly general. Some of the videos were on specific books read and how they related.
I thought it was not worth the price I would be charged every month so I cancelled after my first 3 months. The course was not really structured and it was just access to a bunch of videos. I couldn’t really see any structure or how I could earn the “graduation certification” I heard about. I was a bit disappointed about the Mentor interviews. There were only a couple available. These include the man who played Superman (in the movie before the last Superman movie.. the black and white one) and Joel Salatin, Tai’s mentor. I definitely think I came out of it better than I was before. But for me personally, the lack of structure, tangible knowledge, and nature of the material left me without a deep sense of displayable skills or knowledge I would think to get out of a MBA or anything like it.
The Mini-MBA material is really easy to understand and no level of complicated math was used in it at all. Basic math was as hard as it got (which could be a good thing if you suck at math). There were a lot of anecdotes he used in his videos from his readings in books and some from his personal experiences with other people. I think it is better than nothing and you will come out of it better than you came in if you listen and are willing to learn. Is it worth the excessive price? I am not sure. If you have plenty of money to spend, maybe.
It seems he has been making upgrades to his camera and microphone equipment lately. I think the Mini-MBA program could use a bit more structure, key things to teach, an upgrade on the user interface for members, and provide more tangible/specific skills, knowledge, and abilities. The style is a bit too informal for my taste. It is him lecturing in front of a camera for around an hour per video. It is unedited and he tends to ramble a bit, get off track, or proceed to anecdotes.
The categories were kind of clunky and it made me feel like things were missing. Some were organized into different karate belt colors yet some belt colors were missing. When I inquired, they said that was another program (it seems to have discontinued as I couldn’t find it on their website. One of them was a persuasion program). Other categories were organized into big topics like Mentor Interviews.
Regardless, it is cool to see how Tai has built this sales funnel program through his YouTube and social media. He’s doing a decent job testing prices and using it to do other things. I’ve seen him sell a conference through this. I saw how he booked a ballroom and hired professional cameramen to record it. I admire his landing page and notice how his site actually works enough for people to buy a product online through him if they want to. Those are things that I’d like to do one day. If anyone has any interest in what value you think I can provide to you that may help your life, let me know and I can start working on a product. It is nice to see that Tai is not afraid to take action and release his product/business without the fear of inadequacy or failure.
TLDR: It definitely felt like he was just throwing together videos about whatever he wanted to talk about and doing a mediocre job of organizing them into some system. I can’t say it was worth the $500 I spent.
Tai Lopez’s Social Media Marketing Agency (SMMA) Course Review
Lately, Tai has released a new course that will supposedly teach you to “travel the world and have fun” while making thousands of dollars managing other’s social media. The payoff of being “a traveling CEO” is plastered all over the sales page.
It teaches you (over 4 months) to start and run a social media marketing agency and gives you a certification. Supposedly, it will let you work virtually and travel the world.
I haven’t bought the course, but I have talked to dozens of people who work in social media marketing and advertising as agency employees, managers, or individual consultants. Recently, I wanted to investigate if this was legit, so I reached out to tons of people on LinkedIn for phone interviews.
Two big patterns emerged from all of my interviews:
- There’s a lot of smoke being blown up people’s asses. Businesses who don’t know anything about social media but think it’s interesting get burned and scammed by people who are trying to make a quick buck.
- Businesses really only want sales and customers from social media. It’s really hard to deliver these by just posting social media content or managing ads. It is possible, but it’s very difficult and competitive.
This leads me to the conclusion that this course (and social media in general) is a great area to build a short-term pyramid scheme: scam people so that they can scam others. Again, I could be wrong.
I really don’t think Tai Lopez’s certification is worth as much as people who actually can produce results or follows on social media (as is the case with most online marketing certifications)
Time will tell. In five to ten years, we will know whether it works or not once the general public has become savvy. The smoke will have cleared and those who actually deliver results will remain. Right now, we’re still in the stages where it’s a new thing and people can be tricked. If this course actually delivers results, then it will still be here.
My Overall Thoughts on the Whole Tai Lopez Ordeal: What I Like and Hate
What I Like
I have seen a couple millionaires outwardly admit online that they like him. Jeremy Frandsen of Internet Business Mastery even admitted in a Facebook group that he spent thousands of dollars on the guy, and really liked his Persuasion course. At first, I was a bit outraged even he would fall for this guy. But then, he explained how he liked a lot of the lessons Tai teaches, such as “the more you learn, the more you earn.”
These are the subjects that initially got me attracted to him in the first place. These were topics I was deeply interested in, and no one else I knew in real life really cared for it. I loved his emphasis on learning from the best in the world, science, and his admiration of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. He clearly talked about a lot of important principles to success, like honestly assessing your weaknesses, hard work, and giving back.
His emphasis on books has really leveled up my game. He has introduced me to a lot of useful scientific books and increased my love of learning.
He has also still maintained some level of conservatism. Unlike Dan Bilzerian, another rich guy who likes to show off his life, he hasn’t shown any level of sexual activity with any of the models in his content.
But something about him is rubbing me more and more in the wrong way.
What’s Rubbing Me The Wrong Way
His behavior and business model is what is repelling me.
He has been showing off more and more expensive possessions on social media, which goes against any philosophy he used to have about “knowledge being more important than possessions.”
As for his business model, I think it may be flawed. A get-rich-quick infomercial scheme is nothing new. Every couple decades, someone new comes along with an ad showing off his expensive possessions and promising a formula where you can do the same. Tom Vu was the famous guy for doing that. Here’s one of his old ads:
But they inevitably get exposed over time, when customers aren’t getting results. They disappear along with their businesses. In Tom’s case, he was also sued. These business models don’t last for decades or grow to billions of dollars because they don’t deliver true value.
Tai Lopez may just be the modern version of that, and he won’t be the last. Maybe he was able to convince the latest generation of naive, young people who don’t know any better. Already, he’s gotten a lot of backlash and skepticism for being a fraud. Almost immediately after his 2020 ads came out, tons of parodies of his ads came out that got hundreds of thousands of views.
All I know is that I’ve been studying tons of billionaires and successful people for years, and my gut feeling is that something is a bit off that’s preventing him from ultimate success and repelling me away. What’s shocking is how many successful millionaire influencers online have pledged allegiance to him, including John Lee Dumas, Lewis Howes, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Jeremy Frandsen. Maybe I’m wrong. Or maybe I’m right and they’re too caught up in this age of “make friends with everyone because it expands your network.”
Too Long Did Not Read (TLDR)
Here’s the summary:
- A lot of the time, it seems like he is just churning out rants about whatever he wants to talk about. There is a lot of quantity inside his vault, maybe too much.
- It is better than nothing. If you were to compare it to getting advice from a homeless man or sitting at home doing nothing, it is better. But there is a lack of structure, focus, and accountability to what he does.
- The topics and objectives he tries to cover are too broad. It’s everything from getting rich, to improving your body, to reading more books, to nutrition. This may not be good because the lack of focus leads to no accountability or check-in’s on if you are actually getting results.
What Top Entrepreneurs Have To Say
Neil Patel and Eric Siu are top online entrepreneurs who have consulted, met, and worked with Tai Lopez and similar people. They disagree with me and believe that Tai is in no way a scammer. Here’s what they have to say:
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67 Steps by Tai Lopez Review: Can You Really Make Money?
What are 67 Steps by Tai Lopez all About?
You are welcome to my 67 Steps by Tai Lopez Review. I believe you are to be sure if you can make money with 67 Steps by Tai Lopez. So what is 67 Steps all about?
67 Steps by Tai Lopez is a collection of motivational and impressively enlightening self-help videos that divulge vital information and tips on ways to make money and achieve your financial goals in life?
It isn’t, however, some divine sermon that reveals the secret of fantastic wealth instead it is a well-researched visual resource for active and would-be entrepreneurs that wish to guarantee success in their business endeavors specifically and life in general.
Unlike many of these types of self-help videos that are ramblings that cannot be applied to businesses, they are just a way to lure many to scam them online.
The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez contains lots of valuable insights that are guaranteed to help a business thrive to the point of profitability.
This is only because while many of the content mentioned above mostly contain vague information and unreliable tips, the 67 Steps by Tai Lopez is filled with highly applicable philosophies from well-renowned personalities, both living and dead.
From historical icons like Socrates, Plato, and Gandhi, to highly successful entrepreneurs including Warren Buffet and Donald Trump, The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez is packed with the innovative wisdom of these individuals, which is guaranteed to haul any business endeavor to the next level.
Do I Recommend The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez?
There are lots of self-help content loitering the corners of the internet with many boldly claiming to be the Holy Grail of valuable information that is capable of transforming your life with just a snap of your fingers.
Several other entrepreneurial mentoring sources proclaim to contain the secrets that you need to become a successful millionaire.
67 Steps by Tai Lopez, however, is neither of these two since its primary aim is not to create false hope in the hearts of its audience.
What this course, however, guarantees is eye-opening information about the mannerisms of entrepreneurship and business in general that will help you become a more enterprising individual.
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Who is Tai Lopez?
Despite dropping out of college abruptly, Tai Lopez went on to have a stable career as a financial planner and also became a very successful businessman.
His success as an entrepreneur didn’t just fall into his hands as he was only able to achieve it through hard work and complete adherence to the teachings of his much-revered mentors and other accomplished individuals like Bill Gates and Charlie Munger.
It is from these diverse experience that he was able to fashion a blueprint…a blueprint for financial success that will later be called The 67 Steps.
The idea behind the content’s name stems from an assertion by Mr. Tai Lopez, who suggests that scientific studies claim it requires 66 days for a new habit to be formed.
He, however, included one more day for good luck, which led to the birth of one of the most valuable entrepreneurial resources on the internet.
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How to Make Money with The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez
67 Steps by Tai Lopez is not a direct money-making tool like most resources of its kind, but apart ways to making massive money in any of your undertaken in life. Therefore, if you’re only interested in quick returns that require very little investment, this is surely not for you.
What 67 Steps training resource, however, offers are basic guidelines that must be passionately adhered to if you wish to become a successful entrepreneur that runs a thriving business.
Learning these several principles and practicing them are proven strategies for making your money work for you and for securing your future.
So while you definitely won’t make money in the short term with this training course, Tai Lopez will take you through how you will turn any business you venture into to multi-million dollar business.
This training will fill you with valuable knowledge and expertise to become an endeavor of yours into a profitable enterprise.
Making Huge Money Promoting The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez
You can make huge money online referring 67 Steps by Tai Lopez. This will be made more comfortable if you have a blog of your own.
It is so straightforward to create a website for your online business these days. You can earn a lot of commission from every sale you made.
Your main task is to let your audience online knows about Tai Lopez ‘s program, and you will be rewarded for every conversion that you make to a commission.
The good news is that you can also promote several other affiliates or products online for a commission.
Product Sold by Tai Lopez
The 67 Steps courses feature as the primary product sold on Tai Lopez’s internet platform even though the very charismatic life coach also offers consultation services for users that have chosen to adapt his quite essential success ingredients, which he has expertly etched into 67 amazing videos.
Some of the enthralling titles of the inspiring collection are “Be Worth a Damn,” “Life Long Learning,” “Be Adaptable,” and “Prioritize.”
Each of the 67 video resources doesn’t just contain verbal explanations of the title concept but also include practical demonstrations and analogies to confirm the central premise of the content.
The Costs/Price of the Product.
With a price of $67 for the entire collection of 67 impactful videos, The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez remains one of the more affordable self-help packages on the internet at this moment.
Acquiring the training course doesn’t only give you several hours of life-changing information, it also ensures that you become a registered member of Tai Lopez’s ever-growing associate base; and this grant you access to additional perks like his mentorship program, investment secrets, and a private social networking group.
Is This a Good Business Opportunity?
Since the content in The 67 Steps videos does not in any way generate swift revenue for its consumers, it is very wrong to call it a business opportunity.
But this training will help you approach any of your undertaken with a business-like attitude.
You should know that 67 Steps by Tai Lope is a set of guidelines that must be well understood if you wish to run a profitable business anywhere in the world.
It works, and it will work anywhere and in any region.
Pros of The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez
Perhaps the most obvious perk of acquiring The 67 Steps course is the permanent access you get to the training videos.
Another significant perk of the training course is the fact that every suggested tip and strategy comes with real-life examples to ensure that the videos contain substantial evidence of every premise within.
At a fee of $67, it is fair to say that this product is perhaps one of the cheapest entrepreneurial resources on the internet.
Cons of The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez
One can the say that established entrepreneurs well know the information contained within the videos. There isn’t a defined route to earning money.
What is the Tai Lopez 67 Steps About
Who needs The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez.
If you are an entrepreneur either expert or beginner and you wish to establish yourself in your undertaken, or you want to do well in every area of your life, then the resources within the course may perhaps be precious to you.
I can also say that the content of this product will be useful to many seeking profitable ventures.
The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez may not be a money-making product or innovation directly, but it is, however, a valuable asset to individuals who are set break any barrier in any of their undertakings and business entity.
My Final Take on The 67 Steps by Tai Lopez.
What do you think of my 67 Steps by Tai Lopez Review? I can categorically tell you that you can make good money with the 67 Steps by Tai Lopez. You need to have an idea of what you want out of life and make up your mind to put into practice of what you will be thought.
If and when you subscribe to the 67 steps you must be ready to chase your dreams and ready to implement the training.
You can only make money with 67 Steps by Tai Lopez If you are ready to work it out. You must be determined to make it all the way through.
This program is key to making it in life, there are no ways you’ll subscribe to 67 Steps by Tai Lopez, and you apply what he teaches diligently that you will not make huge success that will result in more money in any of your business endeavors.
What do you think? You now know what 67 Steps by Tai Lopez are about. Kindly drop your thought and comment below.
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4 thoughts on “67 Steps by Tai Lopez Review: Can You Really Make Money?”
Now, this is something different. And at $67, it’s a steal, I think. I’m an aspiring blogger and I definitely would love to get the entire 67 training videos. However, as I was going through your article, something struck me. Can these videos be copied and resold? I mean, with the kind of piracy prevalent throughout the world, is it not possible for these videos to be copied? It’s an interesting coincidence that only recently I read an article on Tai Lopez before I saw yours. Thanks for a great post.
Thank you for visiting my website. No the videos can not be copied easily as i am made to believe. With the improvement in Technologies nothing is impossible these days.
That was a good read! You covered a lot of ground in this review. I think the thing Mr. Lopez is selling is more of an overall approach to life. That is not to say that his videos can’t be useful in business but that one would have to follow the approach as you say. Many people are looking for explicit instruction and may not see this as valid teaching but there is definitely something to be gained.
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Invest in your own brain.
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Since I was 16 years old I have traveled to 51 countries, read thousands of books, been mentored by 5 people (three millionaires and two closer to the billion dollar level). Started or invested in over a dozen multi-million dollar companies. I regularly charge training, coaching, and consulting anywhere from $1000 up to $1,000,000 per year.
My collection of principles, thoughts, and sayings has grown over the years. The problem now is that when I try to refer back to all this wisdom, the list has become too long and too hard to sort through.
I narrowed the list down to a more manageable number. I chose the number 67. That number’s based on new research by the University College London that found it takes about 66 days to form a new habit. So I added one more for good luck & came up with 67.
These Steps came from the teachings of powerful and famous people like Bill Gates, Charlie Munger, Peter Drucker, Gandhi, and my personal mentors. Some are from my own personal experiences as an entrepreneur and from in-person meetings with some of the greatest minds around the globe.*
These 67 Steps will be your guide to avoiding the pain of a wasted life.*
THE 67 STEPS GIVES YOU INSTANT ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING
- The “67 Steps” Program to The Good Life: I want to shave years off the painful learning curve to find The Good Life and accelerate my goals.
- Video Archive Vault: I get immediate access to over 100 hours of videos Tai recorded specifically for the Once-a-Month Coaching Calls where he reveals the key secrets found in the 150 most important books on achieving The Good Life.
- Book-Of-The-Day Premium: I will receive the “Book-Of-The-Day” premium video and audio summaries. Now I am getting his personal library of premium book summaries not available anywhere to the public.
- Super Bonus Content: I get immediate access to the one-time bonus material including: Investment Secrets; Speed Reading Wizardry; Access to the Private Facebook Social Networking Group; and Tai’s App List.
I so strongly believe that the 67 Steps will revolutionize your health, your wealth, your love life, and your happiness – just like it has countless other people around the world – that I’m willing to give you a 100% no questions asked money-back guarantee. But let me say one thing, I guarantee you that the 67 Step video series will take your quality of life to a level it has never been before. I guarantee you that it will shave years off life’s painful learning curve and help you reach your goals two to three times faster than normal. I guarantee you that this program will be full of things that you have never heard of before.
Download the ideas from
the greatest minds*
My goal is to change the world and I know that by making these 67 Steps essentially free I will reach a wider audience.
The 67 Steps are not a get-rich-quick scheme, although I am sure they can make you richer than you’ve ever imagined.* You will not lose 30 pounds overnight, although you can use these steps to get in the best shape of your life*.
One of the most common questions I get is, “Tai what is the best investment I can make?”
Warren Buffett made $60 billion dollars as an investor in dozens of different industries but he still says, “The Most Important investment you can make is in yourself.”
You are probably already imagining the new and exciting life you are about to embark on. I say go for it. Let your mind wander and imagine the possibilities that fear has locked away from you for so long.
As the great UCLA basketball coach John Wooden said, “Be quick but not in a hurry.”
Start immediately on these 67 Steps, don’t procrastinate. But also understand that these are deep concepts designed to rewire your brain.
Because once you do (and I’m counting on you to do this), it will be a good life for you. *
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