67 Steps Review (by Tai Lopez) : (How To Get The Good Life)

Who Is Tai Lopez? 

You probably have seen him on one of those youtube ads or facebook ads while you were scrolling minding your own business. 

Yes, he might look scammy but is he a scam or a real deal? 

Tai Lopez is an entrepreneur, investor and a partner of over 20 multi million dollar businesses, he is also a professional internet marketer and has multiple famous online brands such as knowledge society, where he shares his books review mainly in the self development niche.  

Mentor Box is another one of his companies that he started with his best friend, Alex Mehr which provides their customers with weekly review and notes on famous entrepreneurs books delivered every week to their customer’s house.

He first started building his personal brand with the Tai Lopez Show, and that is when he got his first viral video which is the Here In My Garage youtube video. 

He received mixed opinions from the viewers and a lot of haters as well because almost 50 of the viewers thought that he tried to scam people into buying their products. 

In the video, Tai Lopez told the viewers on what is more valuable than his lamborghini and his big houses..

The answer is KNOWLEDGE!

And he is going to share all of the knowledge that takes him from living on his couch and having $47 dollars in his bank account into being a multi millionaire with a big mansion in Hollywood Hills and fancy sports cars in his 67 steps program. 

What Is The 67 Steps Book About?

This program is about a path to living the Good Life which consists of 4 pillars, Health, Wealth, Love and Happiness. 

In this program, Tai Lopez shares with you all of the fundamental lessons that he learned from millionaire mentors and all of the books lessons that took him from living on a couch with $47 dollars on his name to living the millionaire lifestyle and hanging out with successful people. 

Based on Tai Lopez, knowledge is power and the more knowledge that you have on what you are trying to achieve, the more the possibility that it is going to happen. He always uses a quote from Warren Buffett on the wealth pillar, “The more you learn, the more you earn”. 

67 steps are 67 lessons that Tai Lopez learned from his past experience that will take anyone to the Good Life, the lessons are all in video formats where Tai Lopez gives hours of lectures on what it takes for you to be the better you and achieve what you truly want in life.

It mostly revolved toward entrepreneurship and being wealthy but it also covered some other things such as being healthy and successful as an athlete, and getting the love of your life as well as being happy while pursuing your career and journey. 

He took advice and principles from all of the successful people in different fields and compiled it into 67 steps toward the Good Life. 

Tai Lopez 67 Steps List:

The 67 Steps program is basically a compilation of videos like the picture above, that video talks about the 32nd steps toward the Good Life. 

Each video has its own lesson and fundamental teaching that you can get from it. 

Below are the full 67 steps titles from the program. 

  1. The Billionaire’s Brain & Jennifer Lopez’s Voice 
  2. Blue Footed Booby Birds,ESS, & The 500 Years Old Mind 
  3. Sam Walton’s Night in a Beazilian Jail, McDonald & Michael Jordan 
  4. Picasso’s Rising Tide & The Law Of 33% 
  5. My Poor Friends & Cameron Diaz’s Parrot 
  6. Sculpture VS The Lottery & The Anthropic Media Bias 
  7. Martin Seligman’s Salary Slave and Learned Helplessness
  8. The Integrated Good Life & The Four Pillars Of Eudaimonia 
  9. Warren Buffett’s Book A Day Diet & Making War With Multitude of Counselors 
  10. Stoic vs Epicurean Arnolds 1000 Reps Apache Cold Showers and The Spartan Whipping Post
  11. The Whispers of 10,000 Generations, Dunbar’s 150, & Evolutionary Mismatch 
  12. Mike’s Stack of Resume, My 96 Years Old Grandma, & Your Eulerian Destiny 
  13. The Amish Vacation, Tap Dancing To Work, & Avoiding What You Love 
  14. The Shaolin Monk & Touching An Electric Fence
  15. Descartes & Solving Problems With A Calculator 
  16. Rousseau, The Renaissance Man, & Iron Sharpening Iron 
  17. Elon Musk’s 14-Hour Workday VS The 4-Hour Workweek 
  18. Man On The Moon contrast Keeping Easy Things Easy 
  19. Amazon.com & The $32,000 Brain Budget
  20. Richard Branson’s Hurricane & The Imaginary World Of Kanye West 
  21. Mastering The Four P.A.S.E Energies & Casanovas Chameleon 
  22. The Seven Fold Path To The Obvious Signs 
  23. Landing Your Plane On The Great Wall 
  24. Gandhi’s Funeral, Stephen Covey’s Wars, & Flurries Of Activity
  25. Joel Salatin On Nature Laughing Last, The Respect Of Seasons, and the Terrible Twos
  26. Belts,Suspenders,Failing To Fail, The Six Sigma Heartbeat, How To Not Crash Your F-22
  27. The Frontman & The Two Ways To Pick Your Trench Mate
  28. Lao Tzu’s and John Wooden’s Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day 
  29. Stephen Hawking, Entropy, Remembering The Future 
  30. Peter Drucker, The Cluttered Attic and The Invention Of Rules 
  31. Delegating To Shalini & Sam Walton’s Over The Shoulder Style 
  32. Slot Machine Probability & Chasing The Mirage
  33. Teaching Pigs To Fly & Pushing On Strings 
  34. Bill Gates & The Ten Dark Years
  35. Ignoring The Ninety-Nine & The One-Tenth Rule
  36. The Sucker In The Room & The Lollapalooza Effect 
  37. Why Restaurants Fail 
  38. Throwing Idiots To The Crocodiles 
  39. Alienating the 82% With Your Messy Message 
  40. Practical Pessimism, Paris Hilton’s Grandfather & Contemplating The Downside 
  41. Sam Chupp & Making, Watching, Wondering 
  42. Donuts, A $250,000 Check, And General Eisenhower 
  43. 20% Weird Factor, The Cabbage Mind, & The Treachery Of Scoundrels 
  44. Six Pack Of The Mind 
  45. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony & The Tyranny Of The 1st & 15th 
  46. Allan Nation’s 1,000 Sheeps And Not Doing It Small
  47. The 5% Tweak, Nothing Janky, & When Good Enough Is Perfect 
  48. Michael Jordan Swagger & American Idol Syndrome 
  49. Why Jay Z and Warren Buffett Like Baseball 
  50. Mastering The Wrong Things & Blue Eyeshadow Numb-Nuts 
  51. Chatting With Wittgenstein’s Lion 
  52. Pareto Efficiencies & The Business Triple Entente 
  53. The Second Rule Is Never Forget The First Rule 
  54. Chess-Like Assiduity & Armchair Meditation 
  55. The 7 Habits Of Highly Unsuccessful People & The Tardy Tree Sloth 
  56. Floating Across The Pacific On A Raft and Why Sitting Bull Liked To Be Shot At 
  57. Unstoppability & Sherlock Holmes Sleuthing 
  58. Death by Faint Praise and Charlie Munger’s Grandfather
  59. The Diligent Celebrity & Meeting The King 
  60. The Dutch Big Gulp 
  61. The $495,000 Honda Accord 
  62. $20 Billion Gift From Strangers & Building Forgiveness Into The Land 
  63. Alexander The Great’s Aggression and The Truth About Your Age 
  64. Forgetting Who’s In The Room 
  65. The Pierian Spring & From Whence Cometh The Pride 
  66. Elvis Presley & The Persistent Widow 
  67. Annihilating The Amygdala & MPFC Mastery 

Each of the step videos is around 30 mins to 1 hour long, and it is also available in audio form in case you wanna hear it while going to work, walking at the park and doing something that requires less brain power and thinking. 

For me, I usually listen to it before bed like every night until I finish the 67 steps. To be honest, it is quite hard to listen to them every night consistently so there are some days that I missed them but I managed to complete all of them. 

I treat the lessons just like a podcast of being successful that you listen to every now and then while you are in your car. 

67 Steps Price

67 Steps Program used to be priced at $67 for a lifetime access but Tai Lopez has recently changed it into a subscription based program that will cost you $5 every single month, to add on top of that, Tai Lopez and his team also add multiple bonuses to accompany the 67 Steps Program. 

Here is what you will get along with the 67 Steps Program: 

  • Daily Lessons from Tai Lopez about making money, Starting a business, Sales and Marketing, Networking and More. 
  • Mentor Archive, every lesson will be easily accessible in the member area 
  • Sales Marketing and Persuasion Bonus 
  • Premium Book Summaries 
  • 6 Steps To Smart Reading 
  • The investment Secrets of The Ultra Wealthy 
  • Weekly Live Q/A With Tai Lopez or another Expert every Friday 
  • And many more! 

Pro’s 

  • The videos will change your mindset on how you perceive your life and achieving success in what matters the most based on your perspective 
  • It is very easy to understand as Tai Lopez explain everything in details 
  • Cheap price as it is now $5 Per Month and You can cancel anytime 
  • 67 Steps Facebook Community act as a platform for members to change thoughts, ideas and perspectives on life and being successful 
  • It does not promise you a cheat code to success but realistic approach that you need to take to be successful 

Con’s 

  • The constant upsell that Tai Lopez will do to you as he offers more courses at higher price. It can be overwhelming sometimes. He is a businessman after all. 

How 67 Steps Changed My Life

The 67 Steps program really changed my mindset and many others based on the positive reviews that it got out there. 

For me, I purchased the 67 Steps when Tai Lopez first started building his brand and he was still new. The man really inspires me with his knowledge and all of the lessons that are included in the 67 steps. 

When we talk about knowledge on habits and mindsets in general, we cannot directly correlate them to the results that we got from our business. 

For example, someone would not believe me if i say from listening to Tai Lopez lectures, i now earn $1000 per week. 

You wouldn’t believe me right? 

But the truth is what makes a person successful is the things that we cannot measure or should i say intangible. 

If I say that to be a millionaire, you need to sell 10000 products for a price of $100 each. The math is quite simple but why are the majority of the people in the world not achieving financial freedom? 

Do they need to work harder or need more knowledge?

It is actually a mix, for every successful person, he cannot attribute it toward working hard or gaining more knowledge alone, success is usually made up from a lot of intangible things some of them are being adaptable, persistence, making the right decisions every time and many more. Most of these elements are intangible. 

I will share with you 2 Lessons that i learned from the 67 steps that really give a big impact on my life. 

#1 Lesson : Awareness

Awareness is emphasized by Tai Lopez in the very first lesson of the 67 steps. What does he mean by awareness? 

He said are you aware of what every button in your keyboard does? Why not? You spend most of your time on your laptop or computer but you are not even aware of what some of them do? 

This really opens my mind, He said some people just watch and go through life and never realise something important passing by them. 

This is very crucial especially when you are in business, am i aware enough of the opportunity that i have now?

Day by day, we see that people are making money online or on social media, but we keep scrolling down and not aware that we can also make big money through these platforms but we never even bother to think about it or could it be that we are not aware enough?

The lesson of being aware of your surroundings hits me really hard and I think you should think about this subject as well if you want to be successful in life and whatever you do. 

#2 Lesson : Smart Work & Hard Work

If you realise most of the wealthy billionaires and millionaires all over the world, they are not the hardest workers in the world..

But what differentiate them with the labour workers in India that work for a few dollars every week is that they also work smart. 

This principle is related to step number 17 which is Elon Musk 14 Hours Work Day VS 4 Hour Work-Week. 

There is this concept by Tim Feriss that you can work 4 hours per week on your business and still make 5 to 6 figures and the rest of the time, you can do what you like and love.

But, when you look at Elon Musk, He really utilizes his smart work and hard work, he combined both of them and now he is the richest man in the world surpassing Jeff Bezos that start working after 11 am. 

The thing that hits me is if you can achieve so much more in a little time, why don’t you just scale until you are comfortable enough. 

Of course, some people are happy with normal income but sacrificing the first few years hustling and working smart for the rest of your life is crucial, at least from my point of view. 

Why I don’t recommend 67 steps:

If you want to change your mindset and be exposed to the principles and habits of the successful, then 67 Steps might help you. 

HOWEVER if you actually want to start a business, 67 steps won’t tell you how to do that. If you want to start a business online, this is the program I recommend instead: