Who Is Tai Lopez?
Tai Lopez is well known as an entrepreneur, investor, and social media personality. Besides being a partner and advisor to numerous multi-million dollar businesses, he is also the owner of the largest book shipping club all around the world. Through his quest for “Good Life,” he became popular and became wealthy as he is now.
Something For World!!
Tai’s determination to find a mentor and also helping others during his journey made him a reliable figure. His hard work and dedication to knowledge have finally paid off. With his own success, he encourages other people to follow their dreams.
Young entrepreneurs keep higher expectations and expect everything to happen overnight. Tai, through his journey, proved that anyone could follow their dreams if they are patient enough with the time and obstacles they may face throughout the journey.
Surprising Net Worth
According to reports the Tai Lopez’s net worth is around $60 million.
Tai Lopez’s Story
Born in Long Beach, California, and raised in an economically disadvantaged neighborhood, Tai Lopez had a struggling childhood. He was raised by his mother and grandmother as his father was imprisoned during the time. Lopez’s mindset of entrepreneurial ideas started early during the time when he helped his mother with the cherry tomato selling. This was when he was just six years old. Later he upgraded his small business to lemonade.
Lopez had a hard time making friends since all the neighborhood children were together as gangs. He went for books rather than gang violence. He was fascinated by the traditional teachings of Aristotle, and his grandfather sent him guidelines regarding the modern world, which is too advanced for anyone. Along with which he sent boxes of several books for Lopez to read on the subject. Lopez stated that, now, he reads at least one book per day due to this habit.
He worked for GE Capital and then became a Certified Financial Manager. He also owns The Elite Global Dating. And with his increased popularity, he started inner circles, online mentorships, and his “67 steps” program.