Top Tai Lopez Books & Recommendations from the 67 Steps

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The Best Tai Lopez Books and Top Recommendations

I have gathered the most important Tai Lopez books that he recommends from the 67 Steps. With Tai’s lists and recommendations there’s one problem: how do you know what the book is about to decide if you want to read it? That’s why I created this list of Tai Lopez recommendations, to provide a convenient short summary of what the book is about so you can better choose what book is right for you.

NOTE: If I have read the book, i’ll let you know my personal recommendation of it.

Can’t find the time to read? Want to learn more in less time?

We all know that successful people like Bill Gates and Warren Buffet constantly read books. The problem is that people can’t find the time nowadays to read the books they want.

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One IMPORTANT Observation:  You won’t find Jack Canfield’s, Success Principles on Tai Lopez’s website or book recommendations.  If you want a close resemblance of the 67 Steps, and can’t swing the $67/mo then you’ll want to grab Jack Canfield’s book. HOWEVER…

If you can afford it ($67 isn’t that expensive), then I think that the 67 Steps is a great course and totally worth the investment.  For me, the videos really hammer home the ideas and they are extremely easy to watch.   I’m a visual learner, so I prefer this format over books.  I don’t know if you’re like me, but I sometimes only finish half of the book.  With the videos, you won’t have that problem.

[Related: You can find my review and summaries of the 67 steps here ]

The Top Tai Lopez Books & Recommendations

Managing oneself by Peter Drucker

This is a short 72 page, easy to read book that is jam-packed with practical and straight forward advice on every page.  This book challenges you to understand yourself better, your strengths, weaknesses, how you work with others, what you should contribute, and what your values are. Getting this book is a no-brainer.

How to Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie

This is THE book for becoming more likable and increasing your influence among your friends & peers.  If you desire to connect with people better, improve relationships, and overall influence people on a positive level then this is for you. It also contains:

  • 9 ways to change people without making them resentful
  • 12 ways to win people to your way of thinking
  • 3 techniques in handling difficult people
  • 6 ways to make people like you

Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

The one, the only Tony Robbins!  One of the best personal development books designed to make a massive change in your life. This book builds and expands upon Tony’s first book “Unlimited Power”.  Tony does a great job in getting you to think about things differently and getting you to analyze and understand why you do what you do.  There are tons of practical exercises that teach important principles that Tony is trying to get across.  I’ve read this book multiple times along with his Personal Power II program and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT – one of the best Tai Lopez books & recommendations.

The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins

Published in 1976, this is a fascinating book by Richard Dawkins conveys a real sense of how life works on a biological level. It’s primary thesis is to explain that it’s not a species or group that survives natural selection, but the gene.  Hailed as one of the best non-fiction books written. On an overarching level,This book is good at giving you a introspective look at our most instinctual behaviors.

Civilization and Its Discontents by Sigmund Freud

Another classic that has been described as “a book that will flip your universe upside down”. Freud delves deep into the explanation of human nature. 

The One Thing by Gary Keller

A book about focus.  It’s a well written and concise with practical analysis for discovering and following out your ONE THING.  It’s packed with a LOT of ideas including:

  • Extreme Pareto – 80/20 on steroids
  • Habit Formation – Utilizing discipline wisely
  • The Focusing Question – This helps us arrive at the one thing
  • The Domino Effect – which is bigger than you think
  • Success lists  – These are better TO-DO lists

Poor Charlie’s Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger by Peter Kaufman

Think of this as a gift to humanity.  It’s something that you don’t want to go through life without having.  Munger is one of the greatest minds and he tells you all of his secrets.  A book full of valuable insights as it teaches you to look at problems.

Disrupt you! Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity, and Thrive In the Era of Endless Innovation by Jay Samit

If you’re interested in changing the world and becoming significant, then this book teaches you actionable steps to become a “disruptor”.  This book is great for anyone in any profession, especially if you’re an entrepreneur!

Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Flow is a unique book that examines the process of achieving happiness via control of your life.  This isn’t a step by step book, however, provides years of research, general principles, and examples to help people transform their lives.  In a nutshell, it’s about creating fulfillment and focus and having them intertwined so that they build upon another.

The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley

The authors of this book focused on researching and interviewing millionaires for 20 years!  They go over ALL the things that people assume wrongly about millionaires. A fascinating and eye opening read for anyone.  Success leaves clues, and it can be replicated.

The Essential Drucker by Peter F. Drucker

Drucker’s books have highly impacted anyone who wants to become better at managing yourself and managing people – He created management. This book is a really nice compilation of all of Drucker’s books (roughly 24 books) and provides only the fundamentals in a nice concise form for you to learn.

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini

It’s super important to know how to influence people in relationships and at work.  I don’t mean this on a manipulative level.  People influence each other everyday whether they know it or not.  This book aims at giving you the knowledge and understanding of how persuasion and influence works and how you can apply it in your life.

Other Tai Lopez Books Recommendations:

Do you agree or disagree with my list? If you have any other Tai Lopez books &  recommendations that you think I should put on this list, just let me know in the comments below! Thanks!