Tai Topez on Entrepreneurs: Why “Reading A Book A Day” isn’t Necessarily the Best Thing You Could Be Doing to Become Successful

The More You Learn, The More You’ll Earn” – Youtuber Tai Lopez says quoting the famously rich Warren Buffet.

The Good Life: Health, Wealth, Love and Happiness.


“This isn’t a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme”

With 70 million views, Tai Lopez’s fame comes from this viral video of him showing off his Lamborghini, then proceeding to brag about his 7 new bookcases he had to install because he’s recently been reading a book a day.

Tai Lopez is nothing more than a meme to the majority of people laughing at his sensationally viral youtube debut, but what sort of truth can be extrapolate from his channel of videos.


I want to clarify that is article isn’t some fanboy advertisement for the youtube star, but he’s a great current and relevant example of someone who preaches this rags to riches story.


Tai preaches this KSE strategy: Knowledge, Strategy, Execution. You can find this information in one of his introductory videos at his Youtube Channel.

Knowledge: Know every facet of the field you’re trying to penetrate

Strategy: Develop an attainable action plan

Execution: Successfully follow through with a well planned out attack on your field of interest.


Instead of reading a book a day, it’s better to read one really specific book in your targeted field a week.

You want to work smarter, not harder.

There won’t be success is reading the wrong books every day.


You need to make a conscious effort to seek the right information.


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