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The Art Of War; Lamborghini Lessons


Life is a little bit like war.

Make sure you grab a copy of “The Art Of War”.

It is not enough to plan, you have to strategize and execute.

“He who knows himself and also his enemy will never lose a battle.”

A lot of people ask me to invest in their businesses…

But what is their strategy?

If you don’t have a strategy, I can tell how much money is in your bank account

I see people fail at business all the time and it’s because they bite off more than they can chew.

They fail to research their competitors to see what is done right and wrong.

People only know what they want to do, but they forget to factor in that other people have a counter-move.

You have to know yourself and your competitors.

Do the research, develop a strategy, and execute.

If you do this, you’ll be setting yourself up for a win.

Stay strong,
Tai

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Why Fridays Suck (for most people); Model Shoot At The Penthouse With CJ Gibson


I always thought that celebrating Friday and the weekend was a shit mentality.

If you want to know what I did to stop hating my life, here’s my true story.

You don’t want your life to revolve around one or two exciting days of the week.

My mentor Joel Salatin once told me, “Hey Tai, if you have to take a vacation from what you do, you should never come back.”

Most people randomly pick their careers just like the t-shirt they decide to wear for the day.

You need to be more picky.

Anytime you don’t have a plan, you’ll suffer.

If you hate what you’re doing, you have to get into something with a high “tap dance” factor.

You want to tap dance out of bed every morning because you’re so excited to start your day.

If you find yourself as a big “TGIF” person, try to get out of that mentality.

It may take 1 month, 6 months, or 18 months, but you can get out of it.

It’s better to be poor and enjoy every moment of your life, than to be rich and have no momentary happiness.

If you’re not happy with your life, then take some time to map out the life you want.

If Bill Gates can do it, you can too.

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The Modern Laws Of Wealth; 11 Secrets Only Millionaires Know Revealed


One of the most common questions I get is, “Tai, what is it? If you had a list of secrets for success, what would it be?”

I thought about this really hard after making my first million dollars. Was it luck? Was it access to the right people?

There are definite secrets that we weren’t taught in the traditional school system. I was able to learn these secrets from my mentors.

Here are 4 of the 11 secrets only millionaires know:

1. VRIN Score
2. Wealth Index
3. Stacking Trends
4. Nudist Buddhist Rule

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How To Conquer Your Fear and Anxiety


Are you a worrier – always anxious and fearful about the future? Today’s Book-of-the-Day shares a lifetime of work from one of the top scientists in the world.

It talks about fancy concepts like, “Fear memories requiring protein synthesis in the lateral Amygdala for reconsolidation after retrieval.”

But guess what?

Scientists have also found 4 old fashioned, practical techniques that you can do today to make you less anxious and fearful.

1. Just take a deep breath: “This folk wisdom has a grain of truth to it. During stress the sympathetic nervous system dominates, overshadowing the parasympathetic system. But when one breathes slowly and deeply, “The vagus nerve, becomes more active and the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic system improves.”

2. Focus less on self by meditating: “Our conscious self will do almost anything to maintain the independence, power, control, or success that it has achieved even if you do so other people, other cultures, or the world has to suffer. A healthier approach is to let go of the ‘absolute self’ that we construct and recognize our broader role in life.”

3. Combine self-exposure with proactive avoidance: If you have fear of crowds, “Rather than forcing oneself to ride out anxiety at a dinner party, use anxiety control strategies, such as relaxation and active coping (like trips to the bathroom or stepping out to make a call) that enable regrouping before re-exposure.”

4. Hang out with resilient, non-anxious people: “Resilient individual send him a large repertoire of active coping options. We’re able to use observation and instruction to explicitly learn to avoid. We create avoidance concepts or schemas, and when in danger we draw upon these stored action plans.”

If you are naturally a worrier you can change: “Although some people are by their nature’s more anxious than others, ever increasing anxiety doesn’t have to be their destiny. Just as the brain can learn to be anxious, it can also learn to not be that way”

Stay Strong
Tai

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