The 67 steps review is a synopsis of a video course designed to help people improve their lives by balancing health, wealth, and their social life. The ultimate result is a state of “eudaimonia”, which is a Greek word has been translated as human flourishing, and the state of health and prosperity. The course provides several steps that are presented by an investor, author, and consultant who learned theses steps in his journey to being successful. Tai Lopez went from being in debt, to living in Beverly Hills. He shares these steps so others can find success.
The difference in this course, over many other self-help courses, is that the goal is not simply making more money. Building wealth is only one component of the program. Becoming healthy, happy, and more sociable are also goals that help people lead a more fulfilling life. Some examples of steps include get a mentor, read profusely, think like an investor, and spend time wisely. Those may seem like common sense, but many people do not realize the benefits of thinking of things differently. One point that is made is that if people are not where they want to be, they need to discover how to make changes to how they do things. One of the 67 steps is “Be Adaptable”, which refers to changing attitudes, outlooks, and habits.
The course appears to be a bit more straightforward than others, indicating that most people are delusional and feel entitled. These steps are not structured to be politically correct, or sound nice. They are meant to be as honest and helpful as possible. Some people will get a lot out of the course, and the delivery. There are videos available for free viewing that provides examples of some of the steps, explanations, and suggestions for actions. There are also videos of people, at various stages of the course, who talk about what they have learned, and the impact the steps have had on their lives. That should be the first place to go when investigating the course. Other information, programs, and books are available from the same author as well.