One Entreprenuer blueprints his pathway to financial freedom and success

Talking on the pathway to success, Lamborghini driving entreprenuer Tai reflects on his experiences and pathway to success:

“There is a certain pleasure in knowing that it is not impossible to get what you want out of life.

Advertisers know this. When you browse the internet or walk past a magazine rack you are tempted with headlines that promise:

3 Steps To Becoming Rich


How To Lose 30 pounds in 14 days


2 Quick Secrets To Find Your Soulmate and Love This Weekend

Or even,

How To Go From Depressed To Happy, Overnight

Most of those promises are just a hook to get you to buy something. They lure you in but rarely hold up their end of the deal.

These four subjects (health, wealth, love, and happiness)  are appealing to us precisely because they are the raw ingredients we need to live the good life.

Joel Salatin told me the same thing, If you have to go on a vacation from your job, never come back

There is no need to compromise. You can find whatever it is that you want from life.

For you, maybe it’s becoming a millionaire, or getting the perfect body, or falling madly in love, or waking up each morning feeling alive and optimistic.

But you won’t find it if you are looking in the same places as everyone else.

Don’t follow the crowd, because most of the world is just the blind leading the blind.

Fortunately, there have been many wise people over the last 8,000 years of civilization. And they point the way. They have left clues.

But can these clues really be mapped out or is it just the old causation vs. correlation argument? Is there a pattern?

I think there is. Throughout history, a handful of people have found out how to live an extraordinary life. These 67 Steps I am about to share with you now are my attempt to lay out this success blueprint.

Like the billionaire Warren Buffett says, “You only learn from mistakes. But they don’t have to be your mistakes. It’s a hell of a lot easier to learn from the mistakes of others. He learned this from his mentor, the famous investor and Columbia professor Benjamin Graham who said, An investor needs to do very few things right as long as he or she avoids big mistakes.”

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