What is The “67 Steps” Program?
The last couple of months I’ve stumbled upon something I’ve never come across before on the internet..
It’s a video course where Tai Lopez (An investor, entrepreneur and author) talks about 67 important lessons he learned throughout his life.
By balancing your health, your wealth and your social life you’ll reach a state of eudaimonia. Which is a fancy word for “excellent life quality” – or as Tai calls it; “The Good Life”
Tai illustrates each topic with personal stories from his life or insights he picked up from reading books.
And he has read quite a few… (5000+ )
he course is was completely free and you even got a additional copy of “Managing Oneself” by Peter Drucker to discover your personal strengths.
This course is gold
It this review I’m going to share the most important lessons I’ve learned from the course and how I plan to implement those steps into my life (the ones I’ve found relevant at least)
At the moment I’m at 16 19 21 different key lessons.
Note: These are my personal interpretations of what his 67 steps mean. Different conclusions are always possible.
To deserve the life you want, you’ll have to do the actions that are necessary.
He says most people are delusional. We somehow think we’re entitled to “the good life” without putting in the effort required to actually get there.
When you look at your life today, would you objectively say you deserve a higher life quality than others – according to the work you’ve put in? Are you better than your competition?
Look around in your life, who would you bet on to make a million dollars? Would you bet on yourself? If not – what needs to change?
Application & Thoughts
Take on an attitude of full responsibility for your own life. If you want a higher life quality there will be things you’ll have to do and things you’ll have to give up. This way you’ll increase your chances of attaining the life you desire (duh).
This made me look at my life and compile a list of essential habits that are required to build a great life. Then I proceeded to break these down into actionable steps to implement gradually.