Who Are Your True Allies? The Secret To Detecting Lies
“Humans are less happy now. For many reasons, but it’s really because life has become too complex. And what’s complex is the messaging.” - Tai Lopez
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You can’t make money without understanding people.
And the biggest part of understanding people is knowing who are your true allies. Without this ability to decipher, you will start businesses with enemies and get slighted every step of the way. With this skill, you will create productive work environments that foster honest collaboration.
On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are discussing the importance of being able to detect lies. From the media feeding you misleading headlines to your best friends saying they “love you,” convoluted messaging is everywhere. Developing a radar to distill the truth from the nonsense can be what takes you to new heights. Tune in right now to make a step in that direction.
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Points to Keep In Mind
- Deluding bias is the human’s tendency to lie
- Action is the translation of truth
- The definition of love is you go above and beyond
- Stepparents have a 100x higher changer of abusing kids
- Read The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins
- You will find the true allies in life once you learn to discern the nonsense from truth
- The longer laws get, the more corruption there is in society
- When you oversimplify problems, you start to blame others when the fault is yourself
- Everyone loved Hitler when he first came to power
- Try to interpret the vibe of those around you over the content/words
- Read Freud’s Civilization and Its Discontents
- What’s causing unhappiness is the complexity of the messaging
- A liar can only see his/her side of the story
- Variability is the sign of truth
- Envy is the only sin that doesn’t feel good in the moment
- Words are always easier than action
- Use Narcissism Personality Test to find out which how you score on: authority, self-sufficiency, superiority, exhibitionism, exploitativeness, vanity, entitlement
- Think of breaking off relationships as breaking bones; it’s better when it’s a clean break