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The Tony Robbins Podcast

“Why live an ordinary life, when you can live an extraordinary one?” Tony Robbins, the #1 Life and Business Strategist, has helped over 50 million people from 100 countries create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he shares proven strategies and tactics so you, too, can achieve massive results in your business, relationships, health and finances. In addition to excerpts from his signature events and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Tony and his team also conduct deeply insightful interviews with the most prominent masterminds and experts on the global stage.
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Aug 10, 2017

Did you know that the average American checks email within 6 seconds of arriving at work? Or that 75% of adults say they spend the entire day within an arm’s reach of their phones?

Whether we want to admit it or not, the smartphone has become a critical extension of our lives. And it’s easy to understand why. Smartphone technology allows us a number of communication options including voice calls, text messages, video chat and instant messenger. We have immediate access to the information and are constantly connected to the web. And with the advancement of mobile technology, we can do our banking, shop online, check movie times, check our heart rates, edit photos, publish blog posts - anytime, anywhere.

But what is this convenience really costing us?

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we’re talking with renowned social psychologist, Adam Alter. Adam is an Associate Professor of Marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business. He is also the New York Times bestselling author of two books: Irresistible, which considers why so many people today are addicted to so many behaviors, from incessant smart phone use and internet use to video game playing and online shopping. And Drunk Tank Pink, which investigates how hidden forces in the world around us shape our thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

Adam has also written for the New York Times, New Yorker, Washington Post, Atlantic, WIRED, Slate, Huffington Post, and Popular Science, among other publications. He has shared his ideas on NPR's Fresh Air, at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, and with dozens of companies, including Google, Microsoft, Anheuser Busch, Prudential, and Fidelity, and with several design and ad agencies around the world. His academic research focuses on judgment and decision-making and social psychology, with a particular interest in the sometimes surprising effects of subtle cues in the environment on human cognition and behavior. His research has been published widely in academic journals, and featured in dozens of TV, radio and print outlets around the world.

Adam and Ana delve into the many ways our smartphones have become obsessive addictions. They look at how technology is precluding us from having a balanced life, and the serious implications this has on our social interactions with others and our capacity for compassion, empathy and connection. They discuss the role businesses play in perpetuating addictive behaviors by using strategic tactics when it comes to user experience. And they talk about what it would mean to withdraw and detox from screen experiences so that we can learn how to create a new sense of well-being in our lives.

This episode is all about becoming more aware. Because the more informed we are about the addictive nature of technology and even of business practices that keep us coming back for more, the more able we are to demand more - from ourselves, from others, and from the companies that we support.

Jul 26, 2017

In this episode, we’re delving into the next level recovery techniques that have rapidly been gaining popularity across the country: whole body cryotherapy, photobiomodulation, and dynamic sequential compression. These treatments aren’t just reserved for world-class athletes or celebrities anymore -- they’ve become a key component of many individuals’ everyday health and wellness routines. And it’s plain to see why:

Cryotherapy has been linked to increased blood circulation, an enhanced immune system, decreased fatigue, accelerated injury recovery, improved sleep patterns and even an elevated sense of cognitive abilities.Photomodulation has proved incredibly effective at relieving inflammation and chronic pain. And Dynamic Sequential Compression is known to relieve muscle aches, boost circulation, prevent future injuries and reduce recovery time -- benefits that could propel anyone to the next level, which is why Tony Robbins himself has become such a raving fan.

You will hear from Tony, who recently sat down with Mark Murdock, Managing Partner of CryoUSA, to discuss just why cryotherapy has become such an integral strategy for recovery, and what other cutting-edge technology is helping him stay in peak condition. Then we segue into an in depth interview between our host, Ana Yoerg, and Mark Murdock, where you will learn more about the treatments themselves and how you can start incorporating them into your life. Because it’s not just about pain management, it’s about health and wellness and taking your physicality to it’s optimal state.

 

Jul 3, 2017

Have you ever found yourself feeling lethargic throughout the day – even when you’ve had a good night’s sleep? Or what about that brain fog that clouds your ability to perform at your best? It can be incredibly frustrating – especially when you think you are doing everything right when it comes to your health.

In this episode, we sit down with Dave Asprey. Dave is founder and CEO of Bulletproof, the world's first human performance and nutrition company. He is also the creator of Bulletproof Coffee, host of the top-ranking health podcast Bulletproof Radio, and author of the New York Times best-selling book, The Bulletproof Diet. He founded 40 Years of Zen, a $2.5 million brain training and cognitive performance facility. And he was personally able to hack his own health to lose 100 pounds and lower his biological age, all while increasing his IQ and learning how to gain more energy with less sleep. Dave’s latest book, Head Strong, shows you how to biohack your way to a sharper, faster, more resilient brain.

Dave and Ana delve into what it really means to fuel your body with the right foods at the right times so you can function at your optimal state. They discuss allergies, toxins and the environmental and genetic factors that are influencing the way you feel. They cover ketones, mitochondria, fats, polyphenols and collagen. And they discuss how you can really start to understand your body so that you can take back control over your health.

Jun 26, 2017

Heart disease, stroke, cancer, type 2 diabetes and obesity are plaguing the country. Nearly half of all adults in the United States have one such health condition, while 25% have two or more of these chronic illnesses. And as of now, we are spending close to 20% of our nation’s GDP on disease management. But here’s the thing - chronic diseases are also among the most preventable of all health problems.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we sit down with Chris Kresser - a globally recognized leader in the fields of ancestral health, Paleo nutrition, and functional and integrative medicine. Chris has been studying, practicing, and teaching alternative medicine for more than fifteen years. He has trained with world-renowned healers and educators in a variety of disciplines throughout the U.S., Thailand, and Indonesia. His website, ChrisKresser.com is one of the top 25 natural health sites in the world, and his book, Your Personal Paleo Code, was a New York Times best seller.

 Chris helps us explore the practice of functional medicine and how environment and behavior can have serious implications when it comes to some of the most chronic health issues. He delves into gut bacteria, diet myths, sugar, and carbs. And he discusses just why the current system of health care is focused on treating symptoms, when the focus should really be on addressing the underlying causes of the problem. There is a profound connection between diet and disease, and Chris helps shed light on what we can do to and the changes we can start making right now to achieve a better sense of health and well-being.

May 16, 2017

Have you ever wondered how the most successful companies make their hires? Or what makes for a winning team? Have you ever wanted to know just what characteristics distinguish the most innovative entrepreneurs? Or what makes someone truly original?

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we sit down with renowned organizational psychologist, Adam Grant to discuss personality dynamics, motivation and meaning, and what that all means for you and your business.

Adam has been Wharton’s top-rated professor for five straight years. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers and Fortune’s 40 under 40.

He is the author of two New York Times bestselling books translated into 35 languages, and has recently co-authored a new book with Sheryl Sandberg called Option B - about facing adversity, building resilience and finding joy. And he writes on work and psychology for the New York Times.

Adam’s TED talks on original thinkers and givers and takers have been viewed more than 8 million times. And his speaking and consulting clients include Facebook, Google, the NBA, Merck, Goldman Sachs, Pixar, the U.S. Army and Navy, and the World Economic Forum, where he has been honored as a Young Global Leader.

In this episode, host Ana Yoerg talks with Adam about just how businesses can get the most out of their employees, and how employees can get the most out of their jobs. They dig into the personality dynamics of givers and takers, innovators and original thinkers. And they discuss why it’s so important to not just meet customer expectations, but to always exceed them.

May 3, 2017

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are bringing back to Business Mastery one more time, where Tony recently led a panel discussion with the business leaders behind some of today’s fastest growing companies. And for this episode, you’re going to hear from one of the founders of a company that change the travel industry forever.

When is the last time you booked a trip somewhere? Where did you stay? Was it a hotel? Or did you opt for the alternative and rent a room, or maybe an entire house, from a local?

The idea of staying in a stranger’s home may have blown your mind a few years ago, but today it’s not just a standard practice, it’s actually the preferred accommodation for tens of millions of travelers across the world. And there’s one company to thank for that – Airbnb.

Airbnb started as a simple solution to a pressing problem; co-founders Joe Gebbia and Brian Chesky couldn’t afford rent, so they opened up their San Francisco apartment for guests to stay in. They soon realized they may be onto something bigger than just a way to avoid being evicted. So, along with their old roommate, Nathan Blecharczyk, they started to build it into a business. But that was nearly 10 years ago.

Airbnb has evolved substantially since then, though it was by no means a straight path to success. In fact, they launched and relaunched a number of times. They found themselves up to their ears in debt, rejected by investors over and over and were very close to flatlining on more than one occasion.

You will hear their story of perseverance, and how they were able to find opportunities for massive growth where there were seemingly none. You will also hear about the importance their design background played in creating trust amidst strangers and giving customers the experience they wanted. And you will hear how they transcended cultural boundaries and were ultimately able to turn a floundering idea into a global business that operates in more than 34,000 cities in 91 countries, and is now estimated to be worth $30 billion.

 

Apr 18, 2017

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are bringing you back to Business Mastery, where Tony recently led a panel discussion with the business leaders behind some of today’s fastest growing companies. And this time, you’re going to hear from one of the founders of a company that changed the eyewear business forever.

If you have ever worn eyeglasses, then you know that the traditional process is expensive and inconvenient. On average, a pair of glasses costs nearly $300. And the trips you have to make to the retailer to sift through the pairs, try them on, and order your final choice can really stack up. It’s a real pain point for a lot of people. But that is exactly why four friends at Wharton Business School decided to start a business that did something about it.

Neil Blumenthal, Dave Gilboa, Andy Hunt and Jeff Raider launched Warby Parker in 2010. The premise was simple - offer customers high-quality eyewear at affordable prices, and establish a convenient, direct-to-consumer model so that customers could get eyeglasses anytime and anywhere. But what made this company so special was how focused they were on perfecting the customer experience and the massive amounts of research and experimentation they did to find that sweet spot. 

In this episode, you are going to hear from Neil Blumenthal on the vision behind Warby Parker, why it was so critical for them to optimize every single dollar they put into the company and the tools and strategies that helped them build Warby Parker into a billion dollar business.

Mar 27, 2017

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are bringing you front and center to Business Mastery, where Tony recently led a panel discussion with the business leaders behind some of today’s fastest growing companies – companies that are simply on fire. Companies like SoulCycle.

Chances are, you’ve either been to SoulCycle or have at least heard someone raving about their experience. Because it has taken the fitness world by storm. And one of the key players behind this new fitness phenomenon is CEO Melanie Whelan.

Melanie has served as SoulCycle’s CEO since June of 2015. And in just this short time, she has helped take the company from 7 operating locations to 70 jam-packed studios across the nation serving over 4 million people a year. And they are still growing at an exponential rate.

So what makes SoulCycle such a powerhouse? How did they create so many raving fans? And how have they managed to consistently maintain their revolutionary customer experience while scaling at such a massive rate?

These are just some of the questions that are answered in this episode, as Tony and Melanie delve into SoulCycle’s innovative workout culture, their unique hiring process, and the customer experience that they’ve built so consciously that it has created raving fans in every location.

 

Mar 24, 2017

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are bringing you front and center to Business Mastery, where Tony recently led a panel discussion with the business leaders behind some of today’s fastest growing companies – companies that are simply on fire. Companies like SoulCycle.

Chances are, you’ve either been to SoulCycle or have at least heard someone raving about their experience. Because it has taken the fitness world by storm. And one of the key players behind this new fitness phenomenon is CEO Melanie Whelan.

Melanie has served as SoulCycle’s CEO since June of 2015. And in just this short time, she has helped take the company from 7 operating locations to 70 jam-packed studios across the nation serving over 4 million people a year. And they are still growing at an exponential rate.

So what makes SoulCycle such a powerhouse? How did they create so many raving fans? And how have they managed to consistently maintain their revolutionary customer experience while scaling at such a massive rate?

These are just some of the questions that are answered in this episode, as Tony and Melanie delve into SoulCycle’s innovative workout culture, their unique hiring process, and the customer experience that they’ve built so consciously that it has created raving fans in every location.

 

Feb 24, 2017

There are critical moments in all of our lives that could potentially be great opportunities for growth and expansion -- any high stakes situation such as an interview, a pitch, an important meeting. However, so many of us aren’t prepared to take advantage of those opportunities because we lack the tools and skills necessary to execute when we need it most. And ultimately, we miss out on what could be life-changing moments, and we end up not living up to our potential.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we sit down with performance coach and advisor, Todd Herman. Todd is the Founder of The Peak Athlete, a mental toughness training & sports science research company, advising Pro & Olympic athletes for over 18 years. He’s also creator of 'The 90 Day Year' Program, a goal achievement system used by athletes, entrepreneurs and companies like, Shell, Goldman Sachs, Cisco Systems and Government agencies around the world. The Boston Herald has called him "A Sports Training Superstar" and he’s also the author of the forthcoming book - The Alter Ego Effect: How The World’s Top Performers Use Secret Identities To Win In Sport, Business & Life.

Todd discusses just why we have a hard time adapting to high-pressure situations, and delves into the power of alter egos - or what he refers to as “secret identities” - and how they allow us to magnify certain parts of our personality when we need it most. Because we have the capacity to create who we want to be, in any situation, and we have the potential to reach any of our goals - as long as we learn how to get out of our own way.

Feb 2, 2017

Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey – some of the greatest leaders of all time. But what makes each of these individuals such a remarkable leader? And how do we define great leadership?

We may be apt to hold on to the traditional notion that leadership is defined by rank and order. But your position or title alone does not qualify you as a veritable leader. Think about it, how many CEOs are there in the world that hold a position of great power, but have a nominal impact on their employees? How many managers aren’t even respected by those that they manage? Even brilliant and innovative individuals can stumble when it comes to finding their voice. Because leadership is not defined by a position, nor it is even defined by intellectual prowess or natural talent – leadership is the skill of influence, something that you can use to impact the thoughts, feelings, emotions and actions of others. And it is the most important skill that anyone of us can master.

Yet as important as leadership is, in today’s world, it’s a rarity. And that’s not because there is a scarcity of natural born leaders. In fact, leadership can be cultivated. Many of us suppose it’s an innate talent, but anyone can become a leader in something that they decide to become masterful in. You could be the leader in your business, the leader in your class, the leader in your own family. You could even decide to become the leader of your own life. There are different types and different styles of leadership. But real leadership starts with the capacity to discipline your disappointment. Because along any journey worth taking, you are going to encounter obstacles, and odds are, you are going to fail. But if you can find a way to connect to yourself, and connect to others, and if you can find a way to break through those challenges, you can become a true leader. And when you strive to serve the greater good – something greater than yourself – that’s when you can become a truly great leader.

Tony and Mary Buckheit recently sat down with General Stanley McChrystal and Chris Fussell to discuss what great leadership looks like today and how to cultivate an infrastructure for success in any organization.

General Stanley A. McChrystal has been called “one of America’s greatest warriors” by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates.  A retired four-star general, he is the former commander of U.S. and International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) Afghanistan and the former commander of the premier military counter-terrorism force, Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). He is best known for developing and implementing the current counter-insurgency strategy in Afghanistan, and for creating a comprehensive counter-terrorism organization that revolutionized the interagency operating culture.

General McChrystal now serves as a senior fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs where he teaches a course on Leadership in Operation.  And he co-founded the McChrystal Group in January of 2011 where he is currently a partner.  McChrystal Group’s mission is to deliver innovative leadership solutions to American businesses to help them transform and succeed in challenging and dynamic environments.

Chris Fussell is a former Navy SEAL Officer, where he spent 15 years leading SEAL elements in combat zones around the globe. He served as Aide-de-Camp to Lieutenant General McChrystal during McChrystal’s final year commanding JSOC, becoming an integral part of the team that made the Special Operation’s transformation into a successful, agile network possible. Fussell is also a partner at the McChrystal Group, where he leads the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute, where he brings his Special Operations experience and his expertise in leadership development to organizations of all sizes. In addition to being a New York Times bestselling author, he regularly does media interviews, gives keynotes speeches, and speaks to business leaders at roundtables and panels.

In this episode of the podcast, you will hear Tony, General McChrystal and Chris delve into the reasons that leadership no longer comes from a command and control model, but from creating relationship-based change throughout the entire organization and by empowering every single person that is part of your business. And they examine the importance of building trust, remaining flexible, practicing empathy, and creating a culture of shared consciousness. By breaking out of the traditional sense of leadership, business owners can create a more cohesive and more powerful team that is not only more unified, but more efficient, and ultimately, more effective.

Jan 13, 2017

Building a better business starts with building better relationships. The relationships you have with your employees, with your customers, with your vendors, colleagues, contacts and investors – these can all help you build social capital. And social capital can become one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal, as it creates a level of trust, understanding and even loyalty that will allow your business to thrive, even in uncertain times. In short, social capital is power.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins, we speak with Jordan Harbinger. A Wall Street lawyer turned talk show host, Jordan is widely regarded as an expert in social influence, interpersonal dynamics and social engineering.

He’s the owner and co-founder of The Art of Charm, a consulting and coaching company, as well as a top 50 podcast on iTunes – which he’s been hosting for over a decade.

Jordan’s company, The Art of Charm, holds boot camps and training sessions for companies and individuals that want to learn the elements of emotional intelligence to become more persuasive, confident and charismatic.

Jordan delves into the role that communication plays when it comes to building social relationships, and the importance of understanding nonverbal cues and gestures. From your facial expressions to the way you carry yourself, every single non-verbal notion has the potential to communicate specific attributes about who you are as a person – whether you are insecure or confident, approachable or aloof, curious or disinterested. Because human beings are wired to subconsciously interpret these signals. And we are innately inclined to make sweeping judgments and inferences from body language. These judgments can ultimately influence meaningful life decisions; like who we choose to employ or engage with. And Jordan helps us understand how these nonverbal signals influence our relationships, our interactions, and our abilities to get what we want in life.

 

Dec 7, 2016

If you’re going to succeed in anything, if you’re going to take your life to another level and make a real breakthrough, then you need strategies. Whether it is in your relationship, your career, your health, your finances, your happiness – you need to know how to make the shift. Tony Robbins has spent the majority of his life looking for the strategies that bring the quickest results, in the shortest amount of time with the most enjoyment and the least amount of pain. And one of the most powerful strategies he has discovered is modeling.

 

Success leaves clues. If someone is consistently successful, they aren’t just lucky, they have a strategy that works. And if you study them, you can figure out what it is, and you can learn and adopt their patterns and save yourself decades of trial and error. This modeling strategy is so powerful, that it has become the lifeblood of some of the most accomplished people in the world, including Tim Ferriss.

 

Tim has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People,” one of Forbes’ “Names You Need to Know,” and one of Fortune’s “40 under 40.” He is an early-stage technology investor and advisor (including Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba), and the author of three #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body and The 4-Hour Chef. His podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, has exceeded 100 million downloads and was selected for “Best of iTunes in 2015” and helped set the stage for his latest book, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons and World-Class Performers.

 

Tools of Titans contains the “distilled tools, tactics and ‘inside baseball’ you won’t find anywhere else. It also includes new tips from past guests, and life lessons from new ‘guests’ you haven’t met” – from their morning/evening rituals, daily habits and workout regimens to their core beliefs, values and perspectives. Yet Tim doesn’t merely relay the information, he has taken it, vetted, explored and experimented with it in various situations to yield this 600+ page tome full of high-leverage tools that could completely change your life.

 

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, Tony sits down with Tim Ferriss to discuss the evolution of this book and what Tim has discovered about himself during the process. They delve into the power of good questions, building on your strengths and shedding your limiting beliefs. They examine pattern recognition, internal synthesis, and what it means to cultivate happiness. They explore some of the greatest tips, tools and tactics Tim has learned from people like Peter Thiel, Chris Sacca and Peter Diamandis. And they have a candid discussion about coping with the darker periods of life, and how Tim’s perspective on his life’s mission has changed over the years.  

 

 

Nov 18, 2016

We’ve all had some area in our life that we said we are going to change. Whether it’s our relationship, our business, finances, career, health -- we all have something that we want to take to the next level, but for one reason or another, we just never made it happen. Maybe we pulled back too soon, or didn’t follow through. Maybe we made an excuse or even sabotaged it before we had a chance to start. Whatever the reason, we just couldn’t break through.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, Tony delves into the three key components to creating a breakthrough: strategy, story and state. The way you approach a goal, your beliefs about your life, and your mental game form the foundation for any success or failure. But by learning how to take control of these forces, you can take massive action and can create the quality of life that you’ve always wanted.
Oct 29, 2016

Every single day, it seems that we are inundated with programs, products, books and ideas about how to prevent disease, lose weight, and improve our appearance. And we respond to it. So much so, that an estimated $100 billion is spent worldwide searching for that magic formula that will yield amazing fitness and alluring physical beauty. But, in the United States alone, a staggering two-thirds of the population are still overweight, with 25 million suffering from diabetes and half of the population on some type of prescription drug for health problems.

Why is that? Because the solution to these challenges does not lie with any trend or fad diet, nor any pharmacological or technological fix. There are no shortcuts here. Rather, the solution to these issues is not about following a new diet fad or experimenting with a trending workout regime. There are no shortcuts or hacks. The real answer lies in adopting a lifestyle of health, and taking a more conscious and proactive approach to taking care of your body. And a big part of that is becoming more aware of what you are putting in your body.
 

On this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are speaking to the acclaimed food expert that the New York Times and Bloomberg have dubbed “food’s Erin Brockovich” – Robyn O’Brien.

 

You may have seen Robyn’s TEDx talk on the evolution of food allergies – questioning whether we are allergic to food or what’s been done to it. Or read her best-selling book, “The Unhealthy Truth,” that reveals the alarming relationship between the manipulation of our food and both the increase in dangerous allergies in our children as well as the increase in disease across the country.

And in this interview, you will hear Robyn discuss what it takes to make the commitment to health, what it means to truly eat clean, and what the transformative impact of diet means for not only our physical well-being, but our mental and emotional states as well. You will also hear Robyn dive into GMO safety, antibiotics in meat, organic diets, and, of course, what causes food allergies – all issues that Robyn has dedicated herself towards bringing awareness to over the past decade, working with consumers, corporations and politicians to expose the truth and set real change into action. So we can all have a real roadmap to healthier living.
 
Oct 19, 2016

In this two-part episode, you will hear a very special conversation between Tony and the late John Wooden. Though this interview happened nearly 20 years ago, it still resonates today. From their insights on consistency and integrity, sincerity and class, Tony and John reveal philosophies, beliefs, strategies and tools that will help you maximize success and happiness every single day.

One of the most successful basketball coaches in sports history, John Wooden led his teams to ten national championships in twelve years. But it was so much more than his win-loss record that set him apart. It was the way he lived his life. Widely acknowledged as one of the most important and thought-inspiring scholars of life, John Wooden’s teachings, words, and vast wisdom continue to influence and inspire not only athletes, but people from all walks of life and from all over the world.

This episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast is brought to you by Tony Robbins Results Coaching.

Are you ready to experience an extraordinary quality of life? Or maybe you’re already doing well, but you know you can take your life to whole new level. To do that, you have to set yourself up to win. You need a process, a way to consistently grow and produce the results you need. And that’s what a Tony Robbins results coach can do for you.

Whatever area in your life you want to change -- your relationship, your health, your career, or your business -- coaching is one of the most valuable tools you can have. It’s an investment in yourself, and it can yield some of the highest returns.

Tony Robbins Results Coaches are hand-selected and trained by the master of coaching -- Tony Robbins himself -- to have the skills that will empower you with supreme focus, powerful insight and the accountability needed to achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed.

Oct 13, 2016

In this two-part episode, you will hear a very special conversation between Tony and the late John Wooden. Though this interview happened nearly 20 years ago, it still resonates today. From their insights on consistency, and integrity, sincerity and class, Tony and John reveal philosophies, beliefs, strategies and tools that will help you maximize success and happiness every single day.

One of the most successful basketball coaches in sports history, John Wooden led his teams to ten national championships in twelve years. But it was so much more than his win-loss record that set him apart. It was the way he lived his life. Widely acknowledged as one of the most important and thought-inspiring scholars of life, John Wooden’s teachings, words, and vast wisdom continue to influence and inspire not only athletes, but  people from all walks of life and from all over the world.

 

This episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast is brought to you by Tony Robbins Results Coaching.

Are you ready to experience an extraordinary quality of life? Or maybe you’re already doing well, but you know you can take your life to whole new level. To do that, you have to set yourself up to win. You need a process, a way to consistently grow and produce the results you need. And that’s what a Tony Robbins results coach can do for you.

Whatever area in your life you want to change -- your relationship, your health, your career, or your business -- coaching is one of the most valuable tools you can have. It’s an investment in yourself, and it can yield some of the highest returns.

Tony Robbins Results Coaches are hand-selected and trained by the master of coaching -- Tony Robbins himself -- to have the skills that will empower you with supreme focus, powerful insight and the accountability needed to achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed.

Sep 16, 2016

Whatever emotion you’re after, whatever vehicle you pursue — whether it’s building a business, getting married, raising a family or traveling the world — there are six basic, universal needs that make us tick and drive all human behavior. Every single person in this world has these same six needs, but each of us value these needs in different ways, and each of us have varied beliefs about what it means to satisfy those needs. And this is what becomes the driving force behind everything we do, and determines the direction of our lives.

Tony introduced the 6 human needs over 10 years ago, in 2006, at the famous TED conference in Monterey, California. That talk, which was called “Why we do the things we do,” was one of the first 6 TED talks ever, and is now the #6 most viewed TED talk of all time.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, you will hear Tony delve deeper into the 6 human needs – certainty, significance, variety, love/connection, growth and contribution – and how each influences our thoughts, feelings, behaviors and actions. It’s a taste of what you will experience at his signature event, Unleash the Power Within. And it’s one of the most important skills that you ever acquire. Because by understanding the needs that shape your behavior, you will be able to take back control over your life, and even learn how to create new patterns that lead to lasting fulfilment.

 

This episode is brought to you by Tony Robbins Unleash the Power Within.

Are you ready to create real, lasting change in your life? Whether you are looking to make a massive breakthrough in your business, your relationship, your career, your health or anything else in your personal life — Unleash the Power Within can help you unlock and unleash the forces inside you and let you create the quality of life you desire and deserve. Learn more about UPW and how you can surpass your own limitations to achieve your goals those goals by visiting www.tonyrobbins.com/unleashed.

Aug 12, 2016

Where do you go from failure? The most successful people in the world have recorded massive failures, and for many of them, failure was the greatest influence in their ascent to greatness. Why?

It comes down to perspective; failure is only the end if you choose to see it that way.

Step 1: Make the decision. We all have the power to choose. We can’t control events, but we can choose what to focus on, we can choose what those events mean, and we can choose what to do now. These three decisions control our lives. So it is not the conditions of our lives, but rather the decisions that determine our destiny.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, hosts Tony and Mary B. shift the focus to being true, bouncing back, and being all of who you are.

They speak to friend and hero, Siri Lindley. The former 2-time ITU World Champion who just this year was inducted to the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame. She is a Brown University graduate.

Siri has coached a number of Olympic and Ironman athletes to championships, including Miranda Carfare  but why we really wanted to have Siri on the podcast was for the chance to listen to her unique life experiences.

In this episode, Siri opens up about fear, suffering, training, triathlons, coaching, recruiting, Neighbors, and love. She explains to Tony and Mary B. how these life challenges ultimately became her greatest gifts.

Siri and Tony help us to understand that to be truly great at anything, you must always start with yourself.

Listen to the podcast and get the message: Be true. Be you. Be brave. Be relentless. Love is love.

 

This episode is brought to you by Tony Robbins Unleash the Power Within.

Are you ready to create real, lasting change in your life? Whether you are looking to make a massive breakthrough in your business, your relationship, your career, your health or anything else in your personal life — Unleash the Power Within can help you unlock and unleash the forces inside you and let you create the quality of life you desire and deserve. Learn more about UPW and how you can surpass your own limitations to achieve your goals those goals by visiting www.tonyrobbins.com/unleashed.

 

Jul 28, 2016

People who succeed in any situation have a pattern of what they do to succeed. It doesn’t matter if that success is in business or in a relationship — it doesn’t matter what the context or environment is. The fundamental lessons or laws of succeeding are very basic, and we call it the Ultimate Success Formula and it is just one of the many fascinating strategies taught at Tony’s mega-popular seminar, Unleash the Power Within.

In this episode, you will hear renowned author, presenter and ultimate performance specialist Joseph McClendon III delve into the Ultimate Success Formula — the four step process that helps you take massive action to get what you really want. It could be dramatic change in your own business,  a much-needed step you need to take in your relationship. Or maybe you’re finally committing to shedding those extra pounds and maintaining a consistent level of strength and vitality. Chances are, you know what it is – that one thing that you know you just need to do, or do better than you are today. And this is the system to use to achieve that goal you have in your mind.

 

This episode is brought to by Tony Robbins' Unleash the Power Within

Are you ready to create real, lasting change in your life? Whether you are looking to make a massive breakthrough in your business, your relationship, your career, your health or your personal life — Unleash the Power Within can help you take the steps you need to create the quality of life you desire -- and deserve. Learn more about UPW by visiting www.tonyrobbins.com/unleashed, where you can take advantage of our best offer of the year — buy one ticket to UPW San Jose and bring a friend, family member -- anyone you care about! -- with you for free. This offer is good until August 8, 2016.

Jul 25, 2016

One of the most fascinating subjects at Date with Destiny is polarity – the masculine and the feminine. It’s the key to creating lasting passion in a relationship, and to establishing not just love, but a deep intimate connection with your partner.

For many couples, the passion and excitement that was once present in the beginning of the relationship fizzles over time. So while they may still have plenty in common, and enjoy doing things together or even share loving moments, they don’t have the electricity and magnetism that they desire.

Why is this story so familiar? In many cases, it comes down to polarity. Because under certain circumstances, men and women will put on the mask of the opposite energy. For example, when stressed, women put on masculine energy as a protection source. And if she is with a masculine male, then the opportunity for passion and connection is non-existent.

To help you understand the role of the masculine and feminine energies, and how to break out of the masks and help yourself and your partner get back to the true self, we are sharing an exclusive look at a previous Date with Destiny event. In this episode, you will witness Tony’s work with a couple struggling to regain the polarity in their relationship, and how a few simple shifts in perspective and beliefs help them achieve an intimacy and connection that brings true fulfillment and happiness to their lives.

 

 

To learn more about Date With Destiny visit: http://www.tonyrobbins.com/events/date-with-destiny

Find out more about Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru at: https://www.tonyrobbins.com/documentary/ 

 

Jul 13, 2016

Hundreds of thousands of people have attended Tony Robbins programs, but there’s an event that only takes place once a year in the States, where 2,500 people from all over the world come to Florida to experience one of his most intimate and intensive seminars — Date with Destiny.

It’s six days of total immersion, and the people who take that journey discover who they are, what drives them, and their ultimate purpose, and they dive deep into how they interact and relate with others. In short, this is the place where they deal with the hard stuff. And with thousands of people in a room, digging into their pasts, envisioning their future, you name it -- you can imagine how emotionally charged the room gets, and how personal of an experience Date with Destiny is.

So it’s not hard to understand why Tony never allowed cameras in to document the event. But that all changed when he met acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Joe Berlinger.

Tony and Joe were first introduced to each other by two other heavy-hitters in the entertainment industry -- Brian Koppelman and David Levien -- who themselves had attended Date with Destiny and ultimately went on to executive produce the documentary.

For those of you familiar with Joe’s body of work, you may be surprised that Joe would have pursued a subject like Date with Destiny in the first place. And you may be especially curious as to why he felt so strongly that he pressed Tony for years to say agree to it.

After all, Berlinger is known for investigative films like the Paradise Lost trilogy about the West Memphis Three, exposing cracks in the criminal justice system, and “Crude,” which is about pollution in the Amazon from giant oil companies. His work, for the most part, has been geared toward taking us into the issues of the world that are often obscured by media or politics, and the uncovering disturbing truths.

So for this film, it’s a bit of a departure in subject. But the motivation, the storytelling, and the deep dive into parts unknown — that’s all there. And that’s what made the endeavor a clear choice for Joe.

The film is called “Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru” and it premiered at South by Southwest in March, followed by a string of showings at film festivals. The documentary has been picked up by Netflix and will premier to members worldwide on July 15th.

For more information about the documentary visit: tonyrobbins.com/documentary

Jul 11, 2016

In this special episode, we are going to hear from Joseph McClendon III on one of the simple, yet most powerful neurolinguistic programming (NLP) tools available to you right now.

It’s called the STOP method.  

Whether you find yourself angry, frustrated, stressed, or suffering. Whether it’s a behavior or memory that is causing you pain. Any undesired state of mind — The STOP method will not only help you find neutral ground, it will actually empower you to take back control of your mental and emotional state and elevate your life to the next level.

And as a special bonus, Joseph has an exciting contest to tell you about — a Date with Destiny special where you can win a 5-night stay at the exclusive Namale resort in Fiji or a pair of tickets to the next Date with Destiny taking place in Boca Raton, Florida.

 

Jul 11, 2016

In this special mini-season, we are unlocking the vaults to bring you exclusive, in-depth conversations between Tony and four truly outstanding achievers and impressive innovators. These dynamic individuals are not just experts in their respective fields — they are pioneers. They are charting new territory and breaking new ground. And their insights, ideas and drive are shaping the world we live in.

With each episode, you will be privy to a wealth of powerful ideas and strategies that you can use immediately to increase income, influence others more effectively, advance your career, enhance your personal relationships, improve your health, eliminate fears, and experience more joy and fulfillment in your life.

In this two-part episode, you will hear an invigorating discussion between Tony and Dr. Gerald Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione, as they delve into forgiveness, letting go of fear, relinquishing control and finding true intimacy.

Dr. Jampolsky, a graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, is a world renowned child and adult psychologist. In 1975, he established the first Center for Attitudinal Healing in Marin County, California, where people of all ages, faiths and cultures have a welcoming space to find inner peace and well-being. His wife, Dr. Diane Cirincione, a clinical psychologist, has been working alongside him since 1981. And she is also a current faculty member of the University of Hawaii medical school.

Between the two of them, they have published 16 books including “Love is letting go of fear,” “Teach only love,” and “Goodbye to guilt.”  They have received a number of international humanitarian awards, including one of the American American Medical Association’s highest honors, the Excellence in Medicine Pride in the Profession Award, for contribution of Attitudinal Healing to the mental-health field, for inspiration to others, and for decades of humanitarian service. And over the last several decades, this husband-wife team have been traveling the world, helping others find peace in their hearts and minds through love and forgiveness.

 

This episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast is brought to you by Tony Robbins Results Coaching.

Are you ready to experience an extraordinary quality of life? Or maybe you’re already doing well, but you know you can take your life to whole new level. To do that, you have to set yourself up to win. You need a process, a way to consistently grow and produce the results you need. And that’s what a Tony Robbins results coach can do for you.

Whatever area in your life you want to change -- your relationship, your health, your career, or your business -- coaching is one of the most valuable tools you can have. It’s an investment in yourself, and it can yield some of the highest returns.

Tony Robbins Results Coaches are hand-selected and trained by the master of coaching -- Tony Robbins himself -- to have the skills that will empower you with supreme focus, powerful insight and the accountability needed to achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed.

Jul 9, 2016

In this special mini-season, we are unlocking the vaults to bring you exclusive, in-depth conversations between Tony and four truly outstanding achievers and impressive innovators. These dynamic individuals are not just experts in their respective fields — they are pioneers. They are charting new territory and breaking new ground. And their insights, ideas and drive are shaping the world we live in.

With each episode, you will be privy to a wealth of powerful ideas and strategies that you can use immediately to increase income, influence others more effectively, advance your career, enhance your personal relationships, improve your health, eliminate fears, and experience more joy and fulfillment in your life.

In this two-part episode, you will hear an invigorating discussion between Tony and Dr. Gerald Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione, as they delve into forgiveness, letting go of fear, relinquishing control and finding true intimacy.

Dr. Jampolsky, a graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, is a world renowned child and adult psychologist. In 1975, he established the first Center for Attitudinal Healing in Marin County, California, where people of all ages, faiths and cultures have a welcoming space to find inner peace and well-being. His wife, Dr. Diane Cirincione, a clinical psychologist, has been working alongside him since 1981. And she is also a current faculty member of the University of Hawaii medical school.

Between the two of them, they have published 16 books including “Love is letting go of fear,” “Teach only love,” and “Goodbye to guilt.”  They have received a number of international humanitarian awards, including one of the American American Medical Association’s highest honors, the Excellence in Medicine Pride in the Profession Award, for contribution of Attitudinal Healing to the mental-health field, for inspiration to others, and for decades of humanitarian service. And over the last several decades, this husband-wife team have been traveling the world, helping others find peace in their hearts and minds through love and forgiveness.

 

This episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast is brought to you by Tony Robbins Results Coaching.

Are you ready to experience an extraordinary quality of life? Or maybe you’re already doing well, but you know you can take your life to whole new level. To do that, you have to set yourself up to win. You need a process, a way to consistently grow and produce the results you need. And that’s what a Tony Robbins results coach can do for you.

Whatever area in your life you want to change -- your relationship, your health, your career, or your business -- coaching is one of the most valuable tools you can have. It’s an investment in yourself, and it can yield some of the highest returns.

Tony Robbins Results Coaches are hand-selected and trained by the master of coaching -- Tony Robbins himself -- to have the skills that will empower you with supreme focus, powerful insight and the accountability needed to achieve everything you’ve ever dreamed.

 

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