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Mark Cuban & Tai Lopez; 19 Lessons From Having A Billionaire Over At The House For 4 Hours

Self-made billionaires are no joke.

Billionaire Mark Cuban ($3 billion net worth, Shark Tank, Dallas Mavericks owner) dropped by the house today for 4 hours to play some basketball, talk books, and share some future trends to invest in.

I counted how many genius things he told me. It was 19 different points. He’s a damn smart man – one of the most observant and aware people I’ve talked to in a long time.

His reaction when I asked him how it felt to become a billionaire cracked me up, haha.

One powerful point is that you only have to win once. Then everyone will forget your past mistakes. So true…

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How Many Friends Do You Really Need?

Matthew Lieberman, author of the book Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired To Connect sat down with Tai Lopez to talk about why it’s important to form real bonds with people, even if our instincts might tell us otherwise.

Studies have shown that being lonely has the same health consequences as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and that 20 to 30 percent of the world is lonely.

Everyone uses Facebook, but has it really made us more social?

Do you think that social media has made you more or less social in real life? And how can you use social bonding to improve your life?

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The Hidden Benefits Of Charity; Why Giving Is Important

Tai Lopez spoke with Pierre Ferrari from Heifer Project (one of his favorite charities) about how giving to charity can actually make you happier, more creative, and ultimately more wealthy.

Every time Tai talks about charity, about 10% of people write negative comments.

According to social neuroscience, you need to help out a village to feel happy.

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Don’t Trust Anyone Who Hasn’t Been Punched In The Face

Tai Lopez talks about the value of exchange and using the golden rule to make the most out of your business, personal life, and relationships.

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

The old-school principle works at almost every level almost every time.

What’s an example of when you pissed off the wrong person and regretted it?

Also, what’s an example of when you started out nice and they reciprocated back?

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