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The Tai Lopez podcast brings you the best business education straight from the world's top entrepreneurs. I will also review the best books in health, wealth, love and happiness that will help you achieve your maximum potential and live the best life possible.
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“Choose well. Your career, your friends, your mates, your investments. The person who becomes the best at choosing—I think lives the best.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)Go to stamps.com, and click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in TAI—to get a 4-week trial plus free postage and a digital scale without any long-term commitment. Go to netsuite.com/tai to download their FREE “Crushing the Five Barriers to Growth”Relationships can be the most difficult algorithm.When we partner up with a mate, the bowl of emotions doubles in quantity and suddenly, there’s two spoons stirring inside. If we’re not careful with who we choose, it can quickly become a mess too great for us to handle. That’s why breaking down personality types is so important.On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are wrapping up our discussion with Dr. Helen Fisher by discussing the 4 personality types: explorers, builders, negotiators, and directors. Helen Fisher, PhD has conducted extensive research and written six books on the evolution and future of human sex, love, marriage, gender differences in the brain and how your personality style shapes who you are and who you love. She is currently using her knowledge of brain chemistry to discuss the neuroscience of business leadership and innovation.You can learn more at helenfisher.com   Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“Men lie about how tall they are and how much money they make. Women lie about how old they are and how much they weigh.” - Dr. Helen Fisher(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindThe ventromedial prefrontal cortex is highly linked to remembering the negativeWhen egg meets sperm, there are about 8 million different possible combinationsRead Compelling Peopleto understand the distribution of warmth and strength in peopleGo to The Anatomy of Love to learn about love from a team of neuroscientistsThe biggest problem in corporations is people hiring similar-minded individualsMen lie about how tall they are and how much money they make. Women lie about how old they are and how much they weighRead Civilization and Its Discontents to understand how humans seek pleasure and avoid painIn general, groups want to exploit each other, so bring good people into your bubble Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“Love is the most complicated algorithm.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)Go to ziprecruiter.com/tai for a smarter way to hire for FREE! Check out lightstream.com/tai to learn about your best loan ever.Love is the most complicated algorithm. When we think about what’s needed for a healthy relationship, we can quickly get lost in the requirements: time, energy, money, attention, emotions, sex, and the list goes on. If we’re not careful, we can begin to feel overwhelmed with the to-do’s and lose sight of the overarching goal: love. That’s why on today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are joined by Helen Fisher to discuss the 3 ingredients of a healthy relationship. Helen Fisher, PhD has conducted extensive research and written six books on the evolution and future of human sex, love, marriage, gender differences in the brain and how your personality style shapes who you are and who you love. She is currently using her knowledge of brain chemistry to discuss the neuroscience of business leadership and innovation.You can read her latest book Anatomy of Love hereDon’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!Points to Keep In MindOur brain systems for romantic love are adjacent to those of sex drive, thirst, and hungerMen fall in love faster than women do Women want to be cherished, and men want to be needed Studies show that a happy relationship can push you to live 7-10 years longerOnly 6% of people have ever tried to engage in a poyamorous relationships“The lane of love is narrow—there is room for only one.” - KabirMaking money is a lot easier than finding loveMarriage has shifted from being the beginning to now—the finale of a relationshipIf you don’t compliment the individual, you get a nice community working togetherLove is like war—it’s easy to get in to, but hard to get out3 areas of the brain linked with long-term happiness: empathy, controlling own emotions, positive illusionsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“I’ve never met two people who are alike—and I’m an identical twin.” - Helen Fisher(click to tweet)Visit netsuite.com/tai to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits”Check out lightstream.com/tai to learn about your best loan ever.It’s no secret that humans are motivated by sex.But just how deep does this drive go? When we examine our behavioral similarities and differences with other groups: our ancestors, other modern-day societies, and animal species—we can start to distill the mechanics of what actually lies beneath our sex drive.That’s why on  today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are joined by Helen Fisher to discuss the ultimate question: is sex everything? Helen Fisher, PhD has conducted extensive research and written six books on the evolution and future of human sex, love, marriage, gender differences in the brain and how your personality style shapes who you are and who you love. She is currently using her knowledge of brain chemistry to discuss the neuroscience of business leadership and innovation.You can read her latest book Anatomy of Love hereDon’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“We’ve traded security in for autonomy and adventure.” - Helen Fisher(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindStudies show that 86% of Americans will marry by middle-age, we’re just doing it laterThe 4-year itch can be explained by how long it takes to raise a child past infancyHumans have a tremendous drive to pair-bond and be adulterousWe are motivated by the 4 M’s: money, mating, movement/freedom, mastery/statusOur cerebral cortex is where we do our thinkingApproximately 8,000 of the 9,000 species of birds form pair-bonds The Amish are highly agreeable people who are willing to conform to a groupThe brain is built for 5-9 choices; after that, you begin to not choose anyPerceiving is dopamine-related and judging is serotonin-related Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“If you spend your life believing that the forces of the universe are raided against you, it’s going to make you miserable and make it impossible for succeed.” - Ben Shapiro(click to tweet)Get $20 off your first custom shirt at propercloth.com/taiGet a trial month of hims for just $5 today right now while supplies last. Go to forhims.com/taiProblems hiring? Go toziprecruiter.com/tai for a smarter way to hire for FREE!If you’ve been mildly awake in the past year, you’ve sensed the panic in the air. But the panic is the problem. People displace blame to externalities, so they can justify their own story. Certainly there are causes and social issues that are exempt from this analysis, but for the most part, we as a society underestimate our individual agency when we choose to believe that a government is stopping us from pursuing our goals. On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are joined by political commentator Ben Shapiro. Ben is the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire. As a controversial political figure, Ben is subject to much criticism and controversy. Today, we hear his thoughts on everything related to politics, the government, the education system, and much more. Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think! “You have to believe you can succeed. You have to believe in an individual capacity to do better than what you are doing.” - Ben Shapiro(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindJealousy fuels tribalismSuccess requires believing in an individual capacity to succeedAccording to the Brookings Institute: in the United States, there are 3 things to ensure you’re not poor: don’t have kids before you’re married, graduate high school, and get a jobThe position of President has too much powerBe aware of how media warps messaging Nothing besides military is solved by a federal governmentStudies show that quality of education is more determined by factors like how the family treats education than any sort of government systemThe problem is people looking to the federal government for solutions; localism is the solutionThe single greatest predictor of poverty is being born into single motherhoodThe focus of marriage has moved from the production and raising of kids to “are you in love?”The whole reason society has an interest in marriage is to make sure there’s a mom and dad in the homeWhen dating, figure out values not common ground Tutorial learning (what our education system employs) only works for 85% of the populationAlbert Einstein, “The thing about smart people is that they seem crazy to stupid people” Don’t force it, take the opportunities that come to you The quality of immigration is largely dependent on the quality of the system you are immigrating to  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get $150 off your purchase when you go to eightsleep.com/taiVisit netsuite.com/taito download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits”Visit fundrise.com/taito have your first 3 months of fees waived!“If you’re pitching an investor and they say no, they’re not saying no. They’re just saying not right now.” - Neil Patel(click to tweet)In business, regardless of your product or service, an effective online strategy is essential to your success.Whether that means a well-designed website that converts visitors into customers, or an engaging social media presence that dialogues with customers - it’s mandatory to infiltrate the Internet and show up oan people’s screens if you want to succeed in today’s business world. However, having the intention to do that and actually doing it are two different things. Fortunately today, we are joined by the best internet marketer around; no person is better at driving traffic than Neil Patel. Neil is a New York Times bestselling author, Entrepreneur magazine named him a Top 10 Marketer, and today he is sharing his secrets by distilling the complicated world of online marketing.For those of us looking to take our business to the next level - Neil will share his methods to seek out and lock down higher-paying clients and investment money. How do you frame yourself as a social media marketer, what value can you offer in PPC advertising, and what can Google Trends offer you. Learn all of that and much more, on today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show!Don’t forget, you can listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think! “I look for someone who is very good at one thing, not kind of good at a lot of things” - Neil Patel (click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindDon’t go for the big guys and instead seek out smaller clientsIf you are looking to launch a physical product, use GoogleTrends to find what holes are in the market and opportunitiesInvesting is a long-term game, especially with currency and real estateK.I.S.S. - Keep It Simple and StupidHelping investors for free and building authentic relationships is the easiest way to make moneyScratch their back before you ask them to scratch yours“The man who chases two rabbits catches none.” Focus and be very good at one thing Don’t act like a stranger (“Nice to e-meet you!”) in cold-emails to CEO. If he/she forwards internally, the new point-of-contact will assume you two know each otherAn important element in a cold email is to ask for them to forward it: “If you can, please forward this to the person in charge of marketing so that I don’t waste any more time.”For writers, use Udemy and Google Trends to find what topics people are interested in Get a superpower and build around that superpowerFigure out what you do like by figuring out what you don’t likeIf you’re going to invest, think long-term strategies. Things go up like crazy, and they go down like crazy, the way you win is by thinking longLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“The reality is when you first start something you’re gonna suck. But if you keep doing it, the less and less you’re gonna suck and eventually you’ll be good.” - Russell Brunson(click to tweet)Check out lightstream.com/taito learn about your best loan ever.Problems hiring? Go to ziprecruiter.com/taifor a smarter way to hire for FREE!Visit fundrise.com/taito have your first 3 months of fees waived!For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.comand enter promo code: TAI at checkout!Starting a business once required a lot of time, money, and energy. But today, if you have an idea for a business, you can launch it almost immediately. Gone are the times of needing to write a business plan and get investments before discovering if your idea fits into the market. Now, in less than an hour, you could find a product source online, open a web store, and begin selling your idea. Today we are joined by Russell Brunson, owner of ClickFunnels.com, a website-builder that has sales funnels cooked into it—so that you can do one thing very easily and well: get customers landing on your website immediately. This was the problem Russell wanted to solve. He, like many of us, had hundreds of business ideas buzzing in his head and wanted to streamline the process to getting a product into the market.Learn about Russell’s path to building a 9-digit SaaS company on today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show!And you can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“People who buy stuff buy stuff. If someone’s not willing to give me $5 for shipping & handling, they’re never going to give me $100/month for software.” - Russell Brunson(click to tweet)Points to Keep In Mind“Winnow the wheat from the chaf” - find the customers who will pay by setting up payment walls and go after those that make it past themExtrovert + introvert make best business partners - read Working Together by Michael Eisner if seeking advice on business partnershipBest headline: How To [Insert Good Thing] Without [Insert Bad Thing]People are motivated by reward and avoidance of pain - hitting both of those is a double psychological bias, called the Lollapalooza EffectPut $10 in Facebook ads behind videos of you endorsing your product - those who don’t make content lose Email campaigns will never be replacedGood copywriting isn’t just the right words. It’s putting the right things in the right placeThe most powerful word in the English language is “imagine” To be able to sell to the masses, you have to understand people’s false beliefs and shatter themThe three false beliefs people have are about: 1) their need for the product, 2) their internal ability to use the product, and then 3) how external factors will influence their use of the productLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Visit fundrise.com/tai to have your first 3 months of fees waived!Go to myollie.com/try/tai for 60% off plus a FREE bag of treatsVisit netsuite.com/tai to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits”Get $150 off your purchase when you go to eightsleep.com/tai“Emotional intelligence is knowing how to control your own emotions in sync with also reading how others feel about you.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)Great marketing requires a storytelling finesse. This is because audiences are smart, and can detect the tricks you might be trying to play. Say your video’s call-to-action is too explicit; a viewer will see that and turn the other way. Or if the product’s need is not rooted in enough emotional weight, the potential customer might not feel incentivized enough to purchase. Whatever the case may be, the cure to this is to tell relatable stories. A relatable story is an emotional story. From the failure stories to the love stories, if the core of the messaging is rooted in something that the viewer or reader can relate to, the storytelling becomes much easier. No longer are you tiptoeing through the tripwires in the potential customer’s head; he or she is on the same page and will inevitably feel motivated to buy your product. On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are taking a close look at relatability. In a conversation with my brother, we discuss all things related to storytelling, marketing, and interpersonal relations. How can you be more relatable in each of these domains is the question we answer in today’s episode. Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“Anything you can do to make people see themselves in your story will automatically connect them with you. Next time a police officer pulls you over, make him see himself in the driver’s seat.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindBeing real is being relatableWhen trying to get what you want, present your need in a way that people can relate toThe Kardashians are successful because their family dysfunction, at its core, is relatableLove is the most relatable theme in any marketing or storytelling materialEveryone can relate to being hurt, and the vulnerability that createsYou have to make the person see yourself in your shoesPeople relate to the failure story; another reason to launch businesses and fail, it will help you relate in the futureEmotional intelligence is the soft skills, far different than the IQ they teach in schoolIf you’re ever losing the crowd, say “I want to tell a story about someone close to me who betrayed me”Optimism bias causes a person to believe that they are at a lesser risk of experiencing a negative event compared to others  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Visit fundrise.com/tai to have your first 3 months of fees waived!Go to myollie.com/try/tai for 60% off plus a FREE bag of treatsCheck out lightstream.com/taito learn about your best loan ever.Get a trial month of hims for just $5 today right now while supplies last. Go to forhims.com/tai“Humans are less happy now. For many reasons, but it’s really because life has become too complex. And what’s complex is the messaging.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing the importance of being able to detect lies. From the media feeding you misleading headlines to your best friends saying they “love you,” convoluted messaging is everywhere. Developing a radar to distill the truth from the nonsense can be what takes you to new heights. Tune in right now to make a step in that direction. Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“You don’t need that many hugs. People are getting too soft in the modern world.” - Tai Lop(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindDeluding bias is the human’s tendency to lie Action is the translation of truthThe definition of love is you go above and beyondStepparents have a 100x higher changer of abusing kidsRead The Selfish Gene by Richard DawkinsYou will find the true allies in life once you learn to discern the nonsense from truthThe longer laws get, the more corruption there is in societyWhen you oversimplify problems, you start to blame others when the fault is yourselfEveryone loved Hitler when he first came to powerTry to interpret the vibe of those around you over the content/wordsRead Freud’s Civilization and Its DiscontentsWhat’s causing unhappiness is the complexity of the messagingA liar can only see his/her side of the storyVariability is the sign of truthEnvy is the only sin that doesn’t feel good in the momentWords are always easier than actionUse Narcissism Personality Test to find out which how you score on: authority, self-sufficiency, superiority, exhibitionism, exploitativeness, vanity, entitlementThink of breaking off relationships as breaking bones; it’s better when it’s a clean breakLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Visit netsuite.com/tai to download your FREE guide, “Seven Key Strategies to Grow your Profits”For 20% off your first order, visitmackweldon.comand enter promo code: TAI at checkout!Get $20 off your first custom shirt at propercloth.com/taiProblems hiring? Go to ziprecruiter.com/tai for a smarter way to hire for FREE!“If you get too far behind financially in your life, it’s almost impossible to catch up.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)You can either be right or rich. So if you’re not rich, then you’re most likely holding onto your opinions too strongly. You’re doing this because you’re afraid of being proved wrong. Well, in educating yourself by listening to others, you learn that you are wrong. And the moment when you accept this is the start to a life of wealth.On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing how to go from rags to riches through self-education. When you pursue profit, the first step is making sure you have your head on straight. What industry are you tackling? What specific niche are you going to carve out? What are you going to do different than the competitors? Tune in today to learn how to approach the path to financial freedom!And don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“The best investment in life is education.” - Tai Lopez(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindStudies show when you write something down, you absorb it 50% betterThe definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different resultsThe average American saves 2% every yearHave an interruption pattern that sends you up, not downMost people need massive pain to have interruption Use visualization techniques to see what you want to do before doing itAttach strong emotion to your goalsReal estate is the industry that has made the most millionaires  Use the P.A.S.E. System (Practical, Action, Social, Emotional) to read people’s personality types and adapt accordinglyPractical - slow, accountant-types, think before they speakAction - speak aggressively, say what you want, not easily offendedSocial - those who believe social chit chat is most importantEmotional - introverted, not very talkative to strangersInvest in avenues of education that will pay itself offDon’t use generic terms; people need specificityIntegrate reviews into your website designDon’t use stock photography on your marketing materialsTell stories on your website and any other marketing messagingLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For 20% off your first order, visit mackweldon.com and enter promo code: TAI at checkout!“I’m all about having mentors in your life. Successful people who push you and are positive to be around. Because there’s a lot of haters out there.” - Matt Altman(click to tweet)We all have side hustles. But are these things we do with our spare time actually making us money or just wasting our time?On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are joined by The Altman Brothers. In 2008, after the market collapsed, they moved out of their multi-million dollar mansion into two-bedroom apartment. Now, in the past 5 years, they’ve sold over $2 billion in property. How they achieved their success was through a unique type of hustling that involved walking the hills of Hollywood and talking to the people standing in line at Starbucks. Tune in to learn their tricks and take your hustling mindset to the next level!Don’t forget! You can also listen to The Tai Lopez Show on Spotify! Click “Follow” and let me know what you think!“I love cold-calling because people hang up on me and I move onto the next one. It fuels the fire inside because you want to make that sale.” - Josh Altman(click to tweet)Points to Keep In MindDon’t invest too heavily in one thing; be diversified across the boardYou have to be proactive; take people out to lunchMany different avenues to make money in real estate: Commercial, lending, buy/hold, agentIn real estate, sit in at other people’s open houses; but don’t sit, get up and walk around with the visitorsYou have to pay your dues to become successfulWhen you start out, you need a ‘servant’s heart’ and to put in ‘sweat equity’Frame your candidacy as no-risk for the employerThe younger generation’s instant gratification mindset is frustrating for older employersInvest in things you can touch, and/or things you believe in Love what you do and you will work no day in your lifeReal estate is one of the few jobs where you are your own boss Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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luis ose

talk to much about other topics

Apr 19th
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Sohaib Mahagri

Insane insight

Apr 13th
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Rajesh Bhavikatti

great insite knowledge thanks keep the work going

Apr 5th
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Pedro Andaverez

By far one of the most insightful talks that Tai could ever give. I'm started to work this way and I can see pregress. Thanks for changing the world Tai! Greetings from Bolivia

Mar 25th
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