The Internet has a lot of books on many topics. Some are of exceptional quality and worth their price, while some are there just to make cheap money. And if you are looking for a self-help book that can make at least a little bit of positive change in your life, then Tai Lopez is out there for you.
With his “tai lopez 67 steps”, he talks about 67 valuable things he got to learn and how you can adopt them too, to make you a better person.
Through his imaginative illustrations, he takes you on a voyage of insights for life. These revelations are either drawn from his own life or from reading countless books. His “The Good Life” principles teach you to make a balance between your health, your riches, and your social life.
In this article, I am going to share those invaluable lessons I got to learn from this book in a compact form.
1) Adaptation is the key.
Everybody has heard of the bearded Darwin. His theory of evolution wasn’t just for human and non-human species. If you stop adjusting to your environment, you risk being out of the zone of ‘surviving ones.’
Tai emphasizes on ‘being adaptable to changing situations.’ You are capable of adapting to any social, political and technological changes.
3) Humility is divine
Humility is an art of being able to identify oneself. People with least or zero humility aren’t able to learn from those who have greater knowledge than them.
You should be humble to listen to people who know more than you. That is the only way to grow personally and spiritually.
4) Learning is a lifelong process
People confuse learning with the academic hours they indulge in schools and colleges. You are learning every second. You may be looking through a bus window, counting the trees. One can’t know how green is an area without knowing about the count of trees there. Learning begins when you come out of the mother’s womb and stops in your grave.
5) Take on the ‘I’ll Handle It’ mentality
More than the actual problems themselves, their scary images on our mind blocks us. You need to be more confident and positive. We aren’t on a level of knowing what exactly happens next to us. Tai says having the above mantra is the best one can live with.
6) Always seek for truth
Everything is never right or wrong. It can be both sometimes. That is to say; you need to see through many viewpoints before you tag something a ‘black’ or a ‘white.’ Tai himself believes in ‘heavy experimentation’ before conforming to society’s ‘obvious truths.’
7) Be wise regarding relationships
You know people project one thing, while in reality, it’s something else. That’s not because people have become more and more of selfish. We’re instinctually programmed to think for ourselves, for our survival. That’s the inner law everyone abides by.
So, it is best to know who really care for us and are worthy of our affection.