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“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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“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.

    How to Trade Expectations for Appreciation | A Fireside Chat with Tony and Sage Robbins (Part 2)

    How to Trade Expectations for Appreciation | A Fireside Chat with Tony and Sage Robbins (Part 2)

    Tony and Sage sit down for an intimate fireside chat to unpack the stress many of us feel around the holidays. We all have rules and beliefs about how things are supposed to be or how people are supposed to be. And when they do not meet our expectations, we suffer. The holidays can hold a magnifying glass over these expectations, whether that be family dynamics, budgets, or how well the turkey turned out.  
    Listen as Tony and Sage suggest a new approach: To replace expectation with appreciation, to lead with gratitude and thanksgiving instead of worry, fear or anger. Sage eloquently calls us to take pause on the list-making and to-do’s associated with getting ready for the holidays. And Tony provides us with an invaluable tool for how to get more joy out of each individual moment and experience. It’s time to make a decision about what kind of holiday you want to have, to bring a new level of enjoyment for yourself and to be a blessing to those you love most. 
    “What’s wrong is always available, so is what’s right.” - Tony Robbins 
    About The Fireside Chat Series: In the 1930s and 40s, a time when the country was struggling even more than it is today, we had an amazing leader named FDR. He began doing evening radio programs called “fireside chats,” designed to communicate directly with the American people. 
    At that time, 90% of people in the U.S at that time had a radio. Today, 96% of people have a cell phone and nearly all have internet access. Instead of being unified and watching all the same things, and having a collective experience, now we're all kind of separated. And we can see division in our culture. We desperately need a form of unity, a form of connection, more humanity and more kindness in the world.
    Tony and Sage thought to bring back this time-honored tradition of a fireside chat as a means of unity and compassion. We’re entering the winter season, drawing inward into our homes and into ourselves, reflecting on the hardships and blessings alike this unique year has brought. In this three-part series, you will hear them dispel their hopes and dreams for you this holiday season, as well as share some of Tony’s powerful tools and strategies to not only survive the coming months, but to step up and thrive. 

    • 33 min
    Find the Blessing | An Intimate Fireside Chat with Tony and Sage Robbins (Part 1)

    Find the Blessing | An Intimate Fireside Chat with Tony and Sage Robbins (Part 1)

    Tony and Sage sit down for an intimate fireside chat to personally share what their own experience has been during this time, and also share a message of hope and unity during this unique holiday season. Together they tell us how this is a time to move forward, to create, to be able to step into another dimension of who we are. Because what we get will never make us happy; it’s who we become and what we contribute.
    “We are not the manager of our circumstances, we are the creator of our life experience.”  – Tony Robbins
    About The Fireside Chat Series: In the 1930s and 40s, a time when the country was struggling even more than it is today, we had an amazing leader named FDR. He began doing evening radio programs called “fireside chats,” designed to communicate directly with the American people. 
    At that time, 90% of people in the U.S at that time had a radio. Today, 96% of people have a cell phone and nearly all have internet access. Instead of being unified and watching all the same things, and having a collective experience, now we're all kind of separated. And we can see division in our culture. We desperately need a form of unity, a form of connection, more humanity and more kindness in the world.
    Tony and Sage thought to bring back this time-honored tradition of a fireside chat as a means of unity and compassion. We’re entering the winter season, drawing inward into our homes and into ourselves, reflecting on the hardships and blessings alike this unique year has brought. In this three-part series, you will hear them dispel their hopes and dreams for you this holiday season, as well as share some of Tony’s powerful tools and strategies to not only survive the coming months, but to step up and thrive.

    • 36 min
    Continuing the Conversation for Healing and Unity | (Part 2) Taking a stand against injustice and creating real change

    Continuing the Conversation for Healing and Unity | (Part 2) Taking a stand against injustice and creating real change

    “Let’s create not only some healing here but some real change. … Change is automatic, but progress is not. And so this is a conversation today to see if we can create some progress. … What this is really about is getting to what we can do to tap into unity, and love, and compassion, and connection to one another. What can we do to move forward?” – Tony Robbins
     
    It’s been over three months since the death of George Floyd, the unarmed, 46-year-old black man, who was unconscionably killed by police in broad daylight during an arrest in Minneapolis. Captured on cell-phone video and amplified in the media, the whole world witnessed his horrific death, and it has reignited a centuries-long conversation around race supremacy in the United States and the injustice that African Americans can face.
    The aftermath of George Floyd’s death — and combined stacking of others like Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and most recently the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis.  — has brought this nation to a threshold. With thousands of people around the world in grief, humanity is speaking loud and clear: enough is enough, the time is now to create real change rooted in our nation’s foundation of ‘justice for all.’ Beyond change, we need progress. As Tony said in the first episode of this special two-part podcast series, change is automatic – but progress is not.
    The conversation continues. In this 2-hour episode, Tony hosts a panel of five unique, multi-generational leaders who share their experience of what it is to be Black in America and lend their voice to what we, as a unified society, need to listen to and hear, to unite, to make progress, and ultimately to tap into love, compassion, and our deep connection to one another.
    “If love is not yet won, the battle is not yet over.”
    – Martin Luther King III
    Part 2 Guests:   
    Charlamagne tha God (Radio show host, author, influencer)
    Rev. Jesse Jackson (Civil rights activist, former aide to Martin Luther King, Jr.)
    Barbara Becnel (Journalist, film producer, prison reform advocate)
    Van Jones (Author, television host)
    Derrick Johnson (President and CEO of the NAACP)

    • 1 hr 56 min
    A historic conversation for healing and unity | Taking a stand against injustice and creating real change

    A historic conversation for healing and unity | Taking a stand against injustice and creating real change

    “Our hope is to have you panelists share your experiences of what this is all about. What do you want all of us – maybe who have not had these experiences – to know, but also to appreciate. And most importantly, what can we do to make real progress?
    It’s really not about pointing fingers here.
    What this is really about is getting to what we can do to tap into unity, and love, and compassion, and connection to one another. What can we do to move forward?”
    – Tony Robbins
    On May 25, George Floyd, an unarmed, 46 year old black man, was unconscionably killed by police in broad daylight during an arrest in Minneapolis. Captured on cell-phone video and amplified in the media, the whole world witnessed his horrific death and it has reignited a centuries-long conversation around racism in the United States and the injustice that African Americans can face at the hands of police and law enforcement. 
    The aftermath of George Floyd’s death – on top of the stacking of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin, and Eric Garner just to name a few other horrific losses – has brought this nation to a threshold. As thousands of people have come together around the world with heavy hearts, humanity is speaking loud and clear: Enough is enough, the time is now to create real, lasting change. Beyond change, we need progress. As you’ll hear Tony say in this episode, change is automatic – but progress is not.
    In this 3-hour episode, Tony hosts a historic conversation with ten unique leaders who share their experience of what it is to be black America and lend their voice to what we – as a unified society – need to do at this pivotal moment to collectively unite, make progress, and ultimately tap into love, compassion, and connection to one another. 
    Podcast guests include: Martin Luther King III (Global human rights leader), Benjamin Crump (George Floyd’s family lawyer), Lora King (Founder & Executive Director, The Rodney King Foundation), Officer Gomez (11-year veteran of the police force), Sybrina Fulton (Trayvon Martin’s mother), Doc Rivers (Head Coach, Los Angeles Clippers), Bishop T.D. Jakes (Founder, The Potter’s House), Daryl Davis (R&B Musician and activist), Scott Shepherd (Reformed KKK leader), Dr. Michael Beckwith (Founder, Agape International Spiritual Center)
    To learn more, visit https://www.tonyrobbins.com/podcasts/a-historic-conversation-for-healing-and-unity 

    • 3 hr 34 min
    COVID-19 Facts from the Frontline | Facts Over Fear, Part 3: A panel of doctors, M.D.s, and a Nobel Prize winner unmask the science you aren’t hearing on TV

    COVID-19 Facts from the Frontline | Facts Over Fear, Part 3: A panel of doctors, M.D.s, and a Nobel Prize winner unmask the science you aren’t hearing on TV

    On March 11, 2020, people all over the world were thrust into a new reality when the coronavirus was declared a global pandemic. It was as if the globe had ground to a halt as businesses closed, schools shuttered, and stay-at-home orders emptied city streets. Thousands of lives have been lost; all lives have been changed. 
    Over the past two months, despite these uncertain and unprecedented circumstances, there have been shining examples of goodness and triumphs of the human spirit solidifying the fact that we as a species are both adaptable and resilient. Scientists around the globe have aligned their focus to find solutions to this challenge of historic proportions, and groundbreaking discoveries have been made. Everyday, we continue to make progress in quelling the impact of this virus and protecting our loved ones at risk. 
    Unfortunately, much of the COVID-19 news comes to us clouded by the business of mass media which built momentum selling us a narrative of fear. 
    In this episode, Tony goes on a journey to uncover the truth about coronavirus with a 7-person panel of highly qualified researchers, an experienced epidemiologist, a Nobel Laureate, and M.D.s testing and treating patients on the frontlines. Together, they reveal the evidence-based research that has come to light and the emerging facts that you’re not hearing in the headlines that are absolutely crucial in shaping decisions about how to move forward. 
    This is one of the most important interviews that Tony has conducted in his 40+ year career. It reminds us to stand guard at the door of our mind, practice discernment when determining trustworthy sources, and think critically for ourselves in order to stay flexible and maintain the ability to pivot in light of new information – especially when lives depend on it. 
    Podcast panelists in this episode include: 
    Dr. Michael Levitt, PhD, Nobel Prize – Chemistry; Professor of Structural Biology, Stanford University  Dr. Eran Bendavid, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University  Dr. Michael Roizen, M.D., Chief Wellness Officer Emeritus, Cleveland Clinic Dr. Alan Preston, Sc.D, Former Professor of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Texas A&M University Senator Scott Jensen, M.D., Family Physician; Senator (R-Minnesota)  Dr. Dan Erickson, M.D., Co-Owner, Accelerated Urgent Care Dr. Artin Massihi, M.D., Co-Owner, Accelerated Urgent Care EPISODE NOTES:
    [00:00:00] Introduction from Tony Robbins [00:08:30] Interview with Dr. Michael Levitt [00:27:00] Interview with Senator Scott Jensen, M.D. [00:39:00] Interview with Dr. Eran Bendavid, M.D [00:49:30] Interview with Dr. Alan Preston, Sc.D [01:17:30] Interview with Dr. Michael Roizen, M.D. [01:38:00] Interview with Dr. Dan Erickson, M.D. [01:45:30] Interview with Dr. Artin Massihi, M.D. [01:55:25] Round-Robin discussion [02:34:20] Tony’s closing comments

    • 2 hr 38 min
    BONUS | 6 things Tony is doing to take charge of his businesses

    BONUS | 6 things Tony is doing to take charge of his businesses

    Business owners are a special breed – determined, resolved. The embodiment of self-reliance and self-determination. But it takes more than just these traits to be successful, especially right now. 
    In this special bonus episode, you’ll hear the six things that Tony is doing to take charge of his own businesses to defy the odds and emerge from this challenge with certainty and strength.

    • 11 min

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sunflowher_ ,

Please stop

Also to Lucy4fairness aka Karen, don’t come for my community and not expect to get educated. Your really going to used this washed up racist argument that every black man killed by police was killed because he was doing something “dangerously criminal”? That’s just not true. We have cameras to capture everything. Trayvon martin was walking with a hood on and was killed. Is a black man walking with a hood on a criminal? And deserve to die? If you really believe this narrative, you have a lot of subconscious bias to unpack. Black people should not have to teach others not to fear us. Why is it that our ability to live or die is based on the bias of other people. Think about how many black men have been murdered because someone else saw them as “scary black monsters”. I should be able to go outside of my house without being killed because OTHER PEOPLE see me as “threatening” based on my appearance.

lame show lame dudes ,

Ana Yoerg Review

Terrible interviewer. Her idea of active listening is interjecting as many times as possible in order to prove how much she already knows about a given topic. Which she rarely does. Makes mostly all of her interviews hard to listen to.

Ali Schu ,

Thank you for doing this

We a calming voice, thank you Tony and Sage!

Ali Schuback

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