The Tai Lopez Show

“What separates people on the path from zero to a million are the people who use better tools. Sharpen your axe.” - Tai Lopez

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It’s easy to feel productive.

If you find tasks and do them, you will finish your days with that feeling of accomplishment. But sometimes we have to ask ourselves: “Is this really what I want to be doing?” Stepping out like this is the application of knowledge, where you put your understanding of how the world works against what you’re doing in your day-to-day to help it.

On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing the value how to apply your knowledge. If we think about our brain as axes that chip away at life, we must recognize when ours is becoming dull from the daily grind. Today’s insights will help you reach the conclusion that gathering knowledge is equally (if not more!) important as applying that knowledge in your day-to-day.

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“Knowledge isn’t power. It’s applied knowledge. Wealthy people know the theory and the applied.” - Tai Lopez

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Points to Keep In Mind

  • Shy extroverts are very different than introverts but have similar first impressions
  • Read Personality By Daniel Nettle to learn how to read people using the Big 5
  • Knowledge is useless unless you learn how to apply it
  • Treat your approach to becoming wealthy as engineering an airplane
  • Reprogram your mindset to be more efficient
  • Bill Gates says he will always choose the lazy person to do the job because that person knows how to do it the quicker way
  • Reprogram your mindset to be more efficient
  • Spend hours sharpening your brain, and then you will go out and execute
  • Don’t be a slave to productivity, and think about how to spend your time instead of just working all the time
  • It’s harder to stay in shape for ten years than it is to make money for ten years
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