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355: How a Billionaire Learns

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“Always stay intellectually curious” - Naveen Jain

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The saying goes, “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink,” to demonstrate that if someone doesn’t want or is unwilling to do something for themselves that would be good for them, there is little you can do. But if you focus your efforts instead on how you make the horse thirsty, you’ve solved the problem.

This thirst is what Naveen Jain says anyone who wants to be successful needs to cultivate. It is intellectual curiosity, and a desire to constantly learn, and it is what separates the greats, those who are super successful, from the rest.

If you want to be successful, you need to cultivate inside yourself this desire to learn. Find out how billionaire Naveen Jain learns every day, on this episode of The Tai Lopez Show!

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“As an entrepreneur, your jobs is not to focus on where the world is now, but where you want it to be” - Naveen Jain

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Points to Keep In Mind

  • Google everything
  • Always stay intellectually curious
  • Learn based on the future more than the present
  • As an entrepreneur, your jobs is not to focus on where the world is now, but where you want it to be
  • Instead of leading someone to water or making them drink, consider instead what would happen if you just made them thirsty
  • Intellectual curiosity is that thirst
  • Every time you read something, it’s like connecting a dot, and sometimes you don’t see the picture until the last dot
  • Think of the life of an entrepreneur as a heartbeat: When it’s smooth, you’re dead
  • The only time you fail in life is when you give up

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