Hey there! Jason here. How’s it going? All good, I hope.
Have you heard of the Law of 33%?
Well, before I tell you all about it, I have a question for you.
Do you know what Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Gandhi, Oprah Winfrey
and Jay-Z have in common?
I got the answer listening to successful investor & consultant,
Tai Lopez, in his talk earlier.
These successful icons all had mentors. Yes, mentors they listened
to and followed.
Tai Lopez subscribes to the Law of 33%. He says that we should
spend a third of our time with people we can mentor, and another
third with our peers. But he also says, it’s important that we
allocate 33% of our time being with people way ahead of us, people
who can mentor us.
Following a mentor will require you to humble yourself, but I
suppose that’s a very small price to pay as opposed to learning
everything on your own, the hard way.
In the same token, Tai also recommends reading a lot, a whole lot.
It’s another way of vicariously making authors your mentors, and
learning from their successess and mistakes.
You’ll probably ask, so how can I find myself a mentor?
“Find somebody 10 times further ahead than you,” according to Tai.
That’s his 10x rule.
Now what if I told you that Tai Lopez can be your mentor?
Wouldn’t you want that? Imagine, a mentor to more than 20 multi-
million dollar businesses, showing you how to succeed!
You should see this then ===> http://actionaffirmations.com/67steps
Do you want to set yourself on a sure path to success?
Why not meet Mr. Lopez himself? ===> http://actionaffirmations.com/67steps
All the best,
P.S. Tai says you can learn 67 important steps from him.
Worth your time!
And – for those of you in need of finding a mentor (maybe you don’t know where to start), this video will give you some great steps to putting this strategy to work for.