Best of the Week: How To Go From $0 to $7,000/Month, Who Are Your True Allies?, and Why Discipline Sets You Free
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Hearing others’ stories helps us reframe our own.
When you recognize the fibers of another person’s narrative to be parallel to your own, you rack focus for a second. The typical hamster wheels of thought stop. And when you come back to your own narrative, you have a new, healthier, and more nuanced perspective on that part of the story.
On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are taking a moment to recap some of this week’s highlights. From Jocko Willink giving the insider scoop on Navy SEAL training to Daymond John breaking down productivity, the range of content and perspective will allow us to rack focus on our own story. Tune in to push new boundaries in your personal and professional life.
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Points to Keep In Mind
- The world will throw tremendous challenges at you
- Keep this in mind when you party
- Nietzsche’s ‘will to power’ is what we call willpower today
- It’s more the power of yourself, not power over other people
- When you party, party hard; and when you work, work hard
- You won’t instantly make the money you want to make
- Save $15k-$20k before quitting your job
- 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
- At least 50% of the population suffers from attachment disorder
- 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
- Money is a great slave and horrible master
- If you have to take a vacation from your job, you shouldn’t go back
- Be careful of the email inbox trap where you are focusing on fixing other people’s problems and not your own
- 80% of Navy SEALs quit during the training
- Usually 1 hour of sleep per night during peak training
- The idea that we can’t maintain military presence in countries for extended periods is false
- Under Saddam Hussein, Afghanistan civilians were being tortured
- In the initial phases of the Iraq War, American troops fought alongside Iraqi soldiers