Episode from the podcastThe Tai Lopez Show

Why You Should Fight to Think Outside the Status Quo to Be Successful

Released Monday, 20th February 2017
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The Tai Lopez Show is now available on Soundcloud. Check it out here: Soundcloud.com/TaiLopezShow “The real basis of America is free-thought, not free press. So be a free thinker!” - Tai Lopez (click to tweet) If you know your history, you know that society, and the status quo, is almost never right. Whether it was the belief that the world was flat, slavery, or any other number of examples, if you have a tendency to simply accept the status quo and what society dictates, you’re setting yourself up to be horribly wrong. Today’s rant is about this idea. The concept that you should fight the power. Or at least, fight to think outside the status quo of the power. Because, as it turns out, the power is almost always wrong! Be a free thinker! America was built upon the basis of free thought, not free press, so exercise the muscles of thought that will allow you to see beyond the society’s status quo and into reality. “Anyone who doesn’t question the status quo is in severe danger of being very wrong. It’s proven throughout history” - Tai Lopez (click to tweet) Points to Keep In Mind Almost everybody cares about money more than they would want you to know Become a free thinker, and think for yourself The real basis of America is free-thought, not free press. So be a free thinker! Conventional thinking will get you conventional results Anyone who doesn’t question the status quo is in severe danger of being very wrong. It’s proven throughout history Fight the system, and stand up for what you believe in and what you believe is right Society is almost never right Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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20m 54s
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