237. 20 Hours with Tai Lopez: Investor, Entrepreneur & Author



17 videos. 184 links. 223+ takeaways from this 20 hr training lesson:

[JOSHUA’S NOTE: Below are 20 hours of high-quality, curated content gleaned from Tai Lopez’ Youtube channel blended with my personal experience as a talent development specialist training over 15,000 professionals and university students, neatly bundled up and in one place.]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Persuasion strategies for optimized sales pitches
  2. How to deal with ‘haters,’ ‘trolls’ and online criticism
  3. How to change, avoid procrastination and be more productive
  4. Psychological and personality defaults that sabotage success
  5. What you know & Who you know: the 2 imperatives to success
  6. Find business partners that compliment your weaknesses
  7. The benefits of advertising & marketing your strengths
  8. Balancing ambition and happiness
  9. The secret to success, knowing in what to specialize
  10. How to create a ‘turnkey’ business with robotic income
    • Know your competence
    • Understand your environment & your client’s alternatives
    • Identify your client’s needs, wants and problems
    • Know what to offer
    • Purchase a strategic domain name
    • Set up your own basic website
    • Choose your business model, team and funding strategy
    • Fulfill more than you promised to your clients
    • Monetize your social media presence
    • Reinvest revenue bringing traffic to your website
    • Generate buzz with a striking story & promise
    • Diversify your cash flow & investment portfolio
    • Build your credit: Exploit good debt for long-term wealth
  11. Reasons why people fail to reach their goals in life
  12. The ‘optimal’ personality profile for success
  13. Learning how to learn and deliberate practice
  14. Lessons your education should have taught you, but didn’t
  15. Tai Lopez’ Claim & Disclosure

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225. Influence: 6 Proven Techniques to Improve Your Ability to Influence + BONUS!

Influence The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert CialdiniPublished in 1984 by HarperCollins Publishers, Robert Cialdini‘s book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion outlines why people say ‘Yes,’ and offers 6 proven techniques that improve your ability to persuade others. Continue reading “225. Influence: 6 Proven Techniques to Improve Your Ability to Influence + BONUS!”

224. Getting to Yes: How to Negotiate When You’re The Weaker Party

Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher, William L. Ury, Bruce PattonPublished in 2011 by Penguin Publishing, Roger Fisher‘s, William Ury‘s, and Bruce Patton‘s book Getting to Yes: Negotiating an agreement without giving in offers a principled negotiation method to win-win negotiations; especially when you’re the weaker party. Continue reading “224. Getting to Yes: How to Negotiate When You’re The Weaker Party”

223. Effective Communication Strategies to Increase Productivity & Be More Persuasive

perfect phrases customer service robert bacalPublished in 2011 by McGraw-Hill, Robert Bacal‘s book Perfect Phrases for Customer Service 2nd Edition offers ‘hundreds of ready-to-use phrases for handling any customer service situation’ to improve your customer relationship management.

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222. How to Ru(i)n a Government: 6 Barriers & 3 Cognitive Biases That Thwart Win/Win Negotiations

You Can't Enlarge the Pie by Max H. Bazerman, Katherine Shonk, Jonathan BaronPublished in 2001 by Basic Books, Max H. Bazarman, Jonathan Baron, and Katherine Shonk‘s book You Can’t Enlarge the Pie cites pertinent case studies  and makes logical arguments on how decision making strategies could Continue reading “222. How to Ru(i)n a Government: 6 Barriers & 3 Cognitive Biases That Thwart Win/Win Negotiations”

221. Critical Thinking: How The Stories You Tell Yourself Determine Your Perspective

Redirect: Changing The Stories We Live By by Timothy D. WilsonPublished in 2013 by Penguin Books, Timothy Wilson‘s book Redirect: Changing The Stories We Live By offers practical advice on being happier and more successful, from parenting to PTSD to teen pregnancies to drug and alcohol abuse and more… Continue reading “221. Critical Thinking: How The Stories You Tell Yourself Determine Your Perspective”

220. How to Run A Business: Offensive and Defensive Strategies To Manage Competitive Attacks

Defending Your Brand by Tim CalkinsPublished in 2012 by Palgrave Macmillan, Tim Calkins‘ book Defending Your Brand  outlines 15 defensive strategies smart companies use to deal with competitive attacks, and warns that while these strategies can be carried out ‘legally,’ you should first consult legal Continue reading “220. How to Run A Business: Offensive and Defensive Strategies To Manage Competitive Attacks”

216. What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard: Lessons in People, Sales, Negotiation & Business Mgmt

What they don't teach you at harvard university by Mark McCormackPublished in 1984, the late Mark H. McCormack‘s  book What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School is an extremely informative book that notes lessons he learned on managing people, sales & marketing, negotiation, and running a business while starting and building IMG. Continue reading “216. What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard: Lessons in People, Sales, Negotiation & Business Mgmt”

211. Critical Thinking: Brainwashing’s Implication in Education, Advertising, Religion & Government

Brainwashing: The Science of Thought Reform by Kathleen TaylorPublished in 2004, Kathleen Taylor‘s book Brainwashing: The Science of Thought Control looks at the history of brainwashing as we know it through the lens of neuroscience and psychology, defines the spectum of ‘brainwashing’ from persuasion to aggressive thought reform, and shows how strategies of brainwashing can be observed in religion, advertising, education and government.

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