TED Summary by Tai Lopez (The law of 33%)
Tai Lopez told us on his TED show about how important our life is and gave us the law of 33 %.
Make our life more useful by servicing people; all we have to do is socialize with other people. Associate with 33 % of people who were younger than us, hence we can mentor them about the things that we know. Next 33 % with our peers, the same age with us, thus we can share about anything. The last but not least was 33% with elderly people or people older than us.
It is all about getting the master to mentor us. If we want to know how to have a million dollar company, we need to find someone who had 10 million dollar company to learn with. "Mentor is not always those one who still alive, even if they had passed away, they still can mentor you, by guiding you through their biography, all of them are in my library" said Tai.
Reading book is something that people ignore since it makes them boring. Tai suggests treating our books like friends.
I would like to write down Tai's statement that really amazed me. "If we want a good life, we need to follow the rules, be humble, persevere, read more, and tough enough to get a good life".
Surely it would be that hard, but 'hard' will make it 'great'