Learn From The Best: Who Is Tony Robbins And What Can We Learn From His Life?

Phenomenal Tony Robbins: Teacher, Expert, Coach

Tony Robbins is a renowned life coach and business strategist. He has the ability to explain how anyone can improve their creativity at work and fast-forward their progress in their career. He seems to have mastered the art of helping people to change their psychological and mental state. This is key in the efforts to trigger breakthrough thinking.

New thinking patterns, offered by Tony, have proved to famous artists and entrepreneurs that they can develop hit products and make their life a major success.

“You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action.” – Tony Robbins

Every person would want to find their inner genius and attain more creativity, as well as productivity at work. Majority of us marvel at the drive viewed among the great minds that have shaped and reshaped our world. The biggest icons in the tech industry like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jack Bogle, and Elon Musk are just some of these greatest minds. Finding that spark of energy and unleash big ideas is the creative part.

Tony Robbins is a life coach, business strategist, and best-selling author. He uses a simple technique to help people find the main dose of inspiration to fast-forward careers. This is tested and tried formula, which is proven and found reliable. It has worked well for his famous clients in many years from celebrity names such as former president Bill Clinton, John Denver to Marc Benioff.

If you have been to a Tony Robbins event before, you must have experienced the thousands of people are shouting; “MAKE YOUR MOVE! SAY YES! SAY YES!” This crowd often goes wild as the inspirational figure leads them into a peak state as they prepare to walk across a bed of fiery, burning hot coals. This is a metaphorical experience for being unstoppable in motivation towards success.


It is easy to mistake Tony Robbins’s material such as; books, audio programs, and seminars, as motivational content. Despite their role in uplifting millions of people around the world, they have more significance than mere motivation. Tony is consulted more frequently as a peak performance strategist. His results back up the title of his book. For example, he has successfully coached athletes such as Andre Agassi and other big names. Aggasi rose from a slump back to #1 position in the tennis sport. He has also coached leaders in the financial world such as; Paul Tudor Jones (for 21 years). He made money each year no matter where the market moves. Robbins has also been credited with helping many people to transform and upgrade their health, psychology, and relationships, and other issues such as business and finances, which means every aspect of their lives.

I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece. I challenge you to join the ranks of those people who live what they teach, who walk their talk.” – Tony Robbins

If you have attended several of Tony’s seminars or listened to most of the audio programs he has, you will notice amazing life lessons. They can easily be implemented by anyone today to improve their quality of life significantly. Here are some of the lessons to grasp:

Trade Expectations For Appreciations

According to Robbins, trading your expectations for appreciations will immediately yield gratefulness. It is when we are grateful that we feel wealthy. This is despite how our lives look financially or materialistically stable.

Where Focus Goes; Energy Flows

Whatsoever people choose to focus on feels real to us at that moment. Moreover, whatever we pay most of our attention to in our lives; grows tremendously. If we focus on how we can add more value to clients, will consistently find techniques to increase value to their lives. Moreover, if we are focused on our excuses especially about why we can’t achieve something, there is a high likelihood to empower this limiting belief more.

His prowess at guiding the focus of a room full of thousands of people seen frequently in his seminars. Tony does this most efficiently by asking specific questions first. It is, therefore, the audience’s questions that direct the focus. Getting to the root of it is the exciting part, as they all narrow down to one key question that drives lives. We realize the drive of our focus, our energy, and the ultimate story and our lifestyle.

For example, consider where your focus is right now. Think about where it needs to be to grow and add more value to your life.

Be results-oriented rather than activity-focused.

After you know the result you want, you will be coming up with greater actions to take, as you realize the results more effectively, efficiently, and quickly.

At one time, you might be a huge to-do list guy, making a list every day. Waking up in the morning, you cross out to-dos, while you pursue through the day. You will soon find the to-do list process unfulfilling as you progress over time and often overwhelming when with many to-dos. You will discover the RPM plan (results-focused, purpose-driven, massive action plan) and its benefits. The planning method and mindset will let you increase your results and productivity multiple times. As a result, each week you will improve 10 times faster!

Think about your outcome from reading this post; Whether it is to learn and implement amazing life lessons to help you grow more in your life or to cure boredom at the moment.

Image By: Luis Quintero

Wonderful Books To Look At:

  • MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom
  • Awaken the Giant Within: How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial
  • Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook

15 thoughts on “Learn From The Best: Who Is Tony Robbins And What Can We Learn From His Life?”

  1. “Be results-oriented not activity focused.” I like this. I think I am a task thinker.


    But if I looked at what action can I take right now to achieve the most value for [what I am focused on], then I would be looking at better performance and thinking higher. I will have to try this. Right now I do believe visiting the blogs I enjoy reading and taking time to comment on the posts I’ve read or seen summaries of is my best action so I’m going to keep going for the rest of the hour as planned on my task list. Sigh.

  2. Another masterpiece, I love the frase “ trade expectations for appreciations” so true, you know in this new world of blogging I am finding so much inspiration to keep going, so many beautiful ppl like you , thanks for sharing, I really enjoy your posts

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