Mentor Box tool of reading founded in a partnership between Alex Mehr and Tai Lopez in which they try to push the user to consume book knowledge like a CEO. It helps to systematically divide and analyze the subject of the books that he or she orders.
It is like looking at a particular context in a summarized manner, which simplifies the process of proof-reading. This helps the user to save a lot of time, as it skips the irrelevant information and highlights the key points.
Mentorbox has a monthly subscription fee of $97 per month. However, in the online version is available for $7, while it costs $89 a month for the actual one (physical subscription). The product covers the four methods of learning: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic.
Mentor Box tool of reading is a really handy tool that can assist people who can adapt to this method of understanding and learning, various subjects from different fields of study.
However, utilizing this asset to the best of the abilities is not everyone’s cup of tea. Yes, it does need better guidance in order to get the best results possible.
Shout to @tailopez for the book recommendations ?⚡️ #MentorBox pic.twitter.com/Pw6zoGHnY7— Pleasant View Prod. (@PleasantViewPro) January 3, 2018
Achieving positive results using Mentorbox is not easy. With that being said, it is not impossible and is a systematic process. One can read around 50 books a year, which is more than four books in a single month.
The variety of literature in this quite extensive and it gives the reader a fair understanding on the subject, though the depth of understanding depends on his or her grasping power.
Keeping that in mind, a lot of individuals and experts have not really encouraged this process as well. It seems to be either too tough for them or they fail to utilize in the best manner and achieve the much-needed results.
This has discouraged a lot of users online and the list of negative reviews on Mentorbox is also doing its rounds on the Internet.
The main reason for the dicey opinions of people on various social media platforms today, is the fact that though the process is simplified, not everyone possesses the same capability.
Not everyone has the understanding or the talent to become the CEO of a company. In addition to that, Mentorbox does not guarantee success, nor does it ensure that the individual using the system will completely achieve what he or she intend to.
Below is an example of a recent session from Twitter-
Live at #MentorBox Lokoja for Python/Machine Learning Training Day 1#Ai_in_cities pic.twitter.com/xgUymr4aND— Ene-une Reuben Ochedi (@rubycodes14) February 15, 2020
Due to this, it will be very tough to understand the actual success rate of this system in terms of growth. Not everyone is an expert and the idea is to create one, which makes the whole process rather complicated.
The overall lacking of a strong guidance is the missing factor, which doesn’t always give a satisfactory result, it can be done.
At times, the user needs and expects more from the product than what it gives. This is one of the main reasons for dissatisfaction and has been the reason for its downfall, time and time again.
Overall rating- 3.5/5
The process of achieving the optimal results from Mentorbox is a thing with variance, as the level of positive outcomes depends on various individual factors too.
If one is able to utilize the product to the best of his or her capability, there are a lot of factors that impact the same.
Due to this, Mentorbox is a complicated tool which can’t be utilized well by everyone. A tool that is supposed to create leaders and CEOs, but needs to have the same level of thinking and understanding. Irony? Yes.
This is exactly why it is not the most liked tool in the market at present. However, things can change for sure. Only time will tell.
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