The Tai Lopez Show

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“The President, in my opinion, is a reflection of what’s already there. They don’t cause anything.” - Tai Lopez

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Our President is everywhere.

No matter where you turn, his face and some news headline is screaming at you. The mass media makes it near impossible for us to focus on anything else. However, some of the blame must be put on ourselves for keeping those Twitter feeds open, leaving the TV on, and letting our Facebook friends dictate our thoughts.

On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing the importance of the President. By examining this, we can better understand what’s actually happening in our day-to-day when we become distracted by the mass hysteria. Inside this discussion, we unpack the other things that are important in life: diet, exercise, lifestyle, etc.

Tune in to this conversation to learn how to reframe your understanding of the President’s importance.

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“People who aspire to be leaders usually have mental problems.” - Tai Lopez

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Points to Keep In Mind

  • Distinguish between correlation and causation to find the truth
  • Read Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen Dubner
  • Be aware of how little mass media and news outlets are helping your life
  • To live the best life, be a contrarian by paying attention to what mass media doesn’t acknowledge
  • Washington D.C attracts narcissism, machiavellianism, and psychopathy
  • Ask the question if your politician changes views because of principle or politics
  • There are no more lifelong jobs inside today’s economy
  • Take note when politicians take credit versus blaming others
  • Studies show that people who focus on externalities don’t do as well in life
  • Your body is mostly a reflection of your diet, exercise, and lifestyle
  • Make sure the proportion of energy you spend on politics is aligned with other priorities

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