How To Live An Interesting Life – Cosmos by Carl Sagan – Book Of The Day – Tai Lopez


“The cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be.” What a powerful line to start today’s Book-of-the-Day, “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan.

To me it seems we are just dust moving through time, day by day. But that’s good news. It takes the pressure off.

It’s easier to try big things when you realize that even your biggest fears don’t matter much in the big scheme of time and the universe.

So might as well make an attempt at an interesting life. What would make your life more interesting?

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Inspirational Quotes & Quotes About Life – My Collection – Tai Lopez

I have been collecting quotes since I was 15. Here are a few of my favorite inspirational quotes I turned into plaques for my library.

What’s your favorite quote about life?

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How To Learn Faster – Read 5 Books Simultaneously – Tai Lopez


If you want to learn faster you have to experiment with different ‘modes’ of reading and learning.

One of my favorites is the ‘gulping’ approach, where you bounce around between 4 or 5 books all in one sitting.

This takes advantage of what Steven Johnson in his book, “Where Good Ideas Come From,” calls “negative quarter-power scaling.”

This means reading twice the books doesn’t just give you twice the knowledge – it’s exponential – it gives you 3 or 4 times the mental growth…

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Best Books – What I Read – Tai Lopez


How I went from broke to buying a Lamborghini: How much do you spend on your “brain budget?” You must spend a ton of money on your own brain.

People ask me what books I read. Here is a sample from my last trip to Barnes & Noble. Most people are too “penny wise and dollar foolish” to invest in themselves.

They have no problem spending on stupid things to make other people rich but they forget to spend on things that could make them rich.

The cashier at Barnes and Noble says he watches my Youtube videos on books, haha, and that this is a new record for him to checkout someone buying $800 worth of books at one time.

I shouldn’t be the exception. This should be the norm…

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