The Tai Lopez Show

Kenna and I went to the Jennifer Garner movie "Miracles From Heaven." Go see it. It's powerful.

Kenna and I searched Barnes and Noble for a good real estate investing book for Chuck. Which one do you recommend?

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Category:Investing -- posted at: 11:42am PDT

My first mentor Joel Salatin came to visit. He's written 10 books. He has a busy life so I asked him how he found the time to write so many books. He gave me his "secret" formula.

Lucia came by to train my brain with some language training. This is a preview of my new training program coming soon

Boxing is a great way to train your focus. Trust me, if you are fighting Mike Tyson and you get distracted by a shiny object, you're going to end up knocked out on the floor.

Always focus, always train.

Training helps you increase your endurance. In boxing it's your physical shape, in life it's your mind.

I'm always training myself to live an integrated life. Use every opportunity you can to get better.

Check me out on Snapchat for more insight: Tailopez1

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Category:Lifestyle -- posted at: 11:23am PDT

Are you learning a musical instrumentšŸŽ¹? Even if your just an amateur like me, make sure you keep your artistic side working... Dr. Aaron Mckloskey is a great teacher. #neuroplasticity

Should you sacrifice the life of one innocent person if it would mean saving the life of 1000 other innocent people.

We just saw the movie, Eye In The Sky with Helen Mirren, a very interesting movie.

Should you kill an innocent life to save 1000 other innocent lives?

What would you do?

I used to think that the right choice was to kill one person to save the lives of many.

But I read an interesting book about the fundamentals of the federal law system.

Which was about the fundamentals of the US law. And it said you're better off to create a legal system that would not imprison 100 guilty people if that meant it will never imprison an innocent person.

Meaning you can't be too hard on people in court, because it's better for a few people to go free that actually broke into someone's house than it is to have one innocent person rot in jail.

So ever since I heard that argument I really can't tell you my opinion.

These are killer tough questions.

But the main takeaway I got from the movie is that the root of all evil, you might of heard this before, is money. But that's actually false. The root of all evil or most evil is poverty, injustice, and abuse.

You need to bring income equality. From my experience, all rich countries I've visited are the most peaceful.

What do you think? Leave a comment.

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