If you use social media, you will have probably noticed several ads from a guy named Tai Lopez, who sells a course promising to bring you success and wealth. Naturally, many people have questioned whether this is just a scam product. We have obtained a copy of this course, and are giving an impartial review of it below.
Main Topics of the 67 Steps
This course is a collection of life coaching advice that Lopez has gleaned from his associates and independent research. This advice comes from many notable historical figures, as well as some famous people alive today. This includes Socrates, Plato, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joel Salatin and Ray Krock — along with many others. Lopez has studied the biographies of countless high achievers to see what common themes were evident.
The 67 Steps course aims to give readers the information they need to change their thought processes and world view. Lopez suggests that the course will whip you into shape and improve the quality of those in your immediate social circle. In addition, the course offers real world concepts that Lopez utilized to go from being a low paid employee to being a millionaire entrepreneur with his own Lamborghini. He describes the luxurious life he now lives in his Hollywood mansion.
Structure of the Course
Students are provided with a password and username to sign into a members site, where they can access the video tutorials. The videos are thirty minutes to sixty minutes long. There is an interactive online community, where students can discuss issues relating to the 67 steps. This is a good way for students to motivate each other. Each month, students are telephoned by Lopez’s team, so they can ask questions and talk about their ideas and progress. Students are billed on a monthly basis via Clickbank, but it is possible to cancel after the first month. If you opt to cancel, you will be unable to watch the videos and will receive no further telephone calls.
How the Course Could be Improved
The selling tactics are a bit nauseating. There are adverts all over the place, which is somewhat distracting. Also, the use of mansions and flash cars in the adverts is a bit ‘over the top’ and unnecessary. The training videos are rather lengthy and convoluted, which can be frustrating. The information they provide is still worthwhile though. The price of the course is not made fully clear on the website either. At first glance, it appears as if you will pay a one-time fee of $67, but upon closer inspection, it is actually a monthly fee of $67. As mentioned above, you can always cancel the payment for the following month, however.
Good Points About the Course
Lopez offers plenty of real-world examples to demonstrate the concepts that might appear confusing initially. The explanations he provides are in-depth and clearly articulate the core philosophy behind his teachings. A full refund guarantee is offered via Clickbank, so customers can buy without any obligation. Clickbank is a well-established marketplace for digital products, so there is no question that refunds won’t be honored if requested.
If you are someone who embraces self-improvement and likes to adopt a unique view of the world, the 67 Steps course will be right up your street. The Internet is awash with information, so it is difficult to see the wood for the trees sometimes and sort the wheat from the chaff. In all likelihood, you could probably purchase a number of books and spend several months reading them, to learn much of the details that Lopez provides in his course. However, Lopez has spent years digesting information about the ingredients for success, so his efforts can save you a considerable amount of time.
The recurring fees each month are a bit off-putting (even though you can cancel them quickly), and the video tutorials could be shorter and more concise. Nonetheless, the videos do provide plenty of personal experiences and anecdotes, which many people will take inspiration from. Overall, this course is worth getting hold of for $67, because it will improve your life if you implement it.