If You Want To COMPLETELY CHANGE Your Life In 30 Days, WATCH THIS! | Tony Robbins | Transcription
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People ask me all the time, what does it take to be happy? And I always tell them, it's really simple. One word, progress. Progress equals happiness. If you keep growing, you're going to feel alive. And if you keep growing, you're going to have more to give. And when you're growing and giving is when life is magnificent. It doesn't matter how many statues, Oscars, they give you or Emmys, or how much money you have in the bank. We've all seen people have all those things, and I get the phone call because they're depressed, or somebody commits suicide in that area. So it's really an inner game. And I think that's what's missing for us today. Everybody's focusing on the outside world, and how there's a lot of things in the outside world you'll never be able to control. You can influence, but you can't control it.
Tony Robbins' Insights And Experiences
Money Master of the Game (20014) (00:41)
- Tony Robbins, welcome to the show, man. - Good to see you again, Tom's been a while. - Dude, so good. It's been way too long. I am really excited to catch back up. I know with COVID, everything just gets crazy. But watching how you've moved not only through COVID, but starting before that with Money Master of the Game, you really inspired me to think even professionally, to think very differently about how I was trying to help people. And that's really where I want to start. I think we're going to talk about a lot of things today, a lot of them oriented towards the future, but all with this idea of how you've really started looking at what are the most important things that society could be focused on, and then writing these incredible tones that you're delivering to people that are life-changing. And I think I told you before that when I read Money Master of the Game of the Game of the Force at the End, you get into that really emotional bit, and you had me a mess. And I was really blown away by how you're trying to bring these big ideas to people. And now with the new book upcoming, which I have not read full disclosure, and we couldn't get a copy of it, but-- - It's not out yet. We'll have it in a few days, I'll send you one. - Dude, please, because I know some of your stance on regenerative medicine, but walk me through, what was the idea behind going into these big buckets? Is it just that this is what you think humanity needs, or is there something else driving this? - Well, no, I've always taught all the areas that I thought matter. I mean, there aren't, if you look at a person's life, most people major in minor things, a gym around my teachers to say that to me all the time, and meaning they know about all kinds of things that don't matter. But there's maybe a half a dozen things that matter most. There's your body, there's your emotions, there's your relationships, there's your finances, there's your career, or your sense of mission, or your business. And then there's the spiritual side of life. And so I've always taught them all those areas, but in 2008, when all hell broke loose the first time, I've worked with Paul Tudor Jones, one of the top 10 financial traders for now, 25 years, 26 years. And so I knew a little bit in this area, most people don't know, I know the details of-- - You know a lot, man. Hearing you talk about finance, you are freakishly knowledgeable. I've seen you on stage with people that make a living doing it. And not only do you keep up, in many ways, I think they're listening to you as closely as you're listening to them at this point, how do you learn that stuff that deeply? - Well, you know, I go for total immersion. It's like if you learn language a little bit at a time, you know, two, three years from now, you don't speak the language. But if I dumped you into Rome and said, you're not leaving for eight weeks, and there's no teacher, you're gonna be speaking Italian before you leave this. So I'm a big believer in total immersion, but I also believe in modeling the best on Earth. So in "Money Master the Game," fortunately, I have access. So it's like, I'm gonna interview 50 of the smartest financial people on Earth, and everybody who's made it from nothing to multibillionaire. And they all did it different ways, and I'm good at pattern recognition, and I'm good at pattern utilization. In fact, I would say to your audience, you know, in 2040, which sounds like a long way from now, 18 years ago like that, your mind will be blown. Half the jobs we have today, according to Oxford and a variety of other universities, are gonna be gone, they're replaced by robotics, by algorithms, you know the game. And so the bottom line is, you need to be good at pattern recognition, and that's what gets somebody strong at anything. I mean, you look at, you know, why is Amazon doing so well? You realize one pattern was valued over anything else, convenience, right? If you look at Tom Brady, friend of mine, he's got pattern recognition like nobody else at 43 years old. He's able to do things no one dream could be done. He's got more Super Bowl rings than any team. So I said, I wanna go to those best people on earth and see what do they see that none of us see? What's the pattern? Then you gotta learn pattern utilization. It's one thing to see it, it's nothing to use it. And then if you're good after a while, you get to pattern creation. It's like if you learn to play the piano, most people play other people's music, and then there's a point you've learned so much that you're able to create. And I think those three skills, the most important skills. So I look at the areas that matter most and say who already has that extraordinary pattern recognition utilization. So I go to Ray Dalio, who's, you know, return more money to investors than anyone alive.
Ray Dalio (04:49)
You know, he's gonna have a different level of understanding than the average person. And because I'm immersed myself so much, most of these interviews are supposed to be 30 minutes. And the average one was 10 and a half hours. And so, but like Ray Dalia's now dear friend of mine, I can pitch and catch with him because I came so overprepared. And because I could, again, not just catch the ball he threw, but pitch it back. And so to me, that's what I did. I did for a total immersion. It was a three and a half year project. And then expanded, I wrote, you know, unshakable after that because I saw what was gonna happen in the markets and I wanted people prepared. And that's why I'm doing a life force right now. Life force was driven because I've always taught health elements. You and I both are both kind of biohackers in our lives. I have to be, you know, my average seminar is 12 or 13 hours a day. I go four days minimum. Over the last few years, I've had all these groups that measure Olympic athletes and professional athletes measure me and give an idea. I burn 11,300 calories in one day on stage. No, I didn't believe in either, but I do. I burn 4,000 before I get on stage. Chessmasters burn 4,000 without moving. So that's basically what happens. But I also, to give you an idea, I push my body, you know lactic acid. If you're running with a friend and you get where you can't speak anymore, you're at a four of lactate. I'm at an 18 of lactate and still speaking. They just couldn't believe it. I have 15 pounds more of lean body mass than the average lineman does than the NFL. So the man, I jumped a thousand times in a day on average. That's what they measured. I weigh 200 and 82 pounds. So they explain to me every time I come down, it's four times your body weight. So 1,000 times 1,000 is a million pounds of pressure per day. And I've been doing that for 45 years. So if you saw my bone density, they showed a 10 of graph. And I go, these are humans. These are the greatest Olympic athletes. This is something we never measured before. It's 99.999% stronger than anything they've measured of any human. So those demands are huge. But then, you know, I'm still not infallible. So I go snowboarding and I'm chasing a 22 year old, which the age is as much as the skill, a lot more skill than I had. And oh my God, I had an accident. I tore my rotator cuff so bad, 99 pain, wouldn't go away. Went to all the doctors, you need surgery. What's the recovery time? Four months to six months, I'm like, I have friends who still can't bring their shoulder down. And I've had a little injury injury. And so I went and looked around and it's what started me really on this is, I said, okay, what are my other options? What about stem cells? I met Dr. Bob Burari, he's kind of like the one of the founders of stem cells. I know him, what? I did those, oh, you know Bob? He did those original studies that he took old rats and gave them young rats blood. We've all heard about it now. And vice versa. And the old rats got young and young rats got old kind of vampire stuff. But as a result, they discovered stem cells and what they could do. And Bob said, Tony, you won't get them here. Go to this place in Panama. You'll get four day old stem cells that are from the core. They're not obviously fetal cells. And anyway, I wouldn't do that. And I went down in the first day and felt okay. The second day I felt really tired. The third day I woke up, not only was my shoulder perfect. And I mean, perfect in three days. I could do anything with it. I've never had anything. I've had the MRI. But I had spinal stenosis for about 14 years. And I woke up for the first time in my life without back pain. I don't know everything about breakthroughs in medicine. I want to know precision medicine. I want to know regenerative medicine. And then I was invited by the Pope to come speak. Believe it or not, the Pope has the biggest stem cell conference in the world. He does it every two years.
Stem Cells: Panama (08:18)
And I got invited to be the cleanup speaker in a four day program. And I was like, I'm not just gonna do cleanups. I'm gonna go attend the whole thing. And I met Docs doing things that you would think are gonna happen 20 or 30 years in the future. Sounds like total future stuff that's happening either right now or in the next 24 to 36 months. So I spent the last three years anything 165 different doctors, Bob and Nobel prize winners. Bob and I co-wrote the book with me along with Peter D. Montes both are MD's. Peter's a rocket scientist as well. And so together we put this book together so that I could do the same thing. Bring people the very best at what to do now. What are your alternatives? What are your choices? What's proven? What's not yet but what's coming? And I'm real excited about it. It's a book, I really wrote it not only for the person who's reading it. But I don't know about you every day of my life at this stage of my life. I have a lot of friends and a lot of people I know I get a call from somebody who's got, they've had a stroke or somebody's got cancer and it's terminal supposedly. And I've seen him turn around again and again. Or somebody's in a position where they've got a parent who's got Alzheimer's and they don't know what to do. And so I put in one book, the greatest answers from the greatest scientists on earth of what's available right now as well as what's coming in the short term. Not the long term, who knows the long term, all kinds of pieces. But I'm excited to bring it to people. It comes out on February, people can pre-order it. It's called Life Force. This is it. - It is, baby. - Yeah, please, that'd be amazing.
The most exciting thing coming at the cutting edge of medicine (09:42)
I am beyond fascinated by the cutting edge of medical science. And so I know both Bob and Peter DeAmandis and have had some of the talks around stem cells, but I'm really curious as you've gone well beyond just those guys, what is the most exciting thing coming at the cutting edge of medicine? Is it stem cells? Is it something else? - No, it's understanding that the aging process is the breakdown of communication between the cells. Dr. Davidson Claire from Harvard is probably the number one expert in the world. There's something called Yamanocifactors, which is a way of turning on the body's original systems. We all know that we have, as time goes by, you have, most people are familiar with their DNA, but of course, DNA or your genome, that is not your destiny. What matters is the system that runs that. And so if you're, the epigenome is what's that called, if people aren't familiar with it, and the epigenome gets messed up, meaning it has time, radiation, bad food, bad lifestyle. It irritates, and all of a sudden, the communication is not so clear, but there are ways of restoring it. So they restored three out of four of these Yamanocifactors just recently at Harvard University, and they took mice that are blind. Now they had glaucoma, so the nerves are gone. And they reverse the aging, and they can see again. That's the first time in history. - The nerves actually regrew? - Regrew. Gene, there's gene therapies right now that people that are being able to see again for the very first time. I mean, there's something called the Wint pathway, you may have heard of WNT pathway. I heard about this for the first time three and a half years ago when I was at the Vatican. This man walks out, and I'm sitting beside Sanjay Gupta, who is a pretty far guy, really great guy, and Dr. Oz, they're both good friends of mine. And he's researching, he's really quiet, there's no hype, and then he starts to describe how they figured out the code of the Wint pathway. And the Wint pathway, after you're born, and the first seven to 10 days, if you cut off a child's finger and you don't sew it back up, you'll regrow just like a salamander's tail. But then after that time, we don't have fetal tissue anymore. Everything else you call you is coming from this Wint signaling pathway. It tells the stem cells, make this many brains themselves, heart stem cells, et cetera. And for 30 years pharmaceutical companies have been trying to figure out the breakthrough. This particular company has figured out breakthroughs. Now, I'm sure phase one is safety at the FDA. Phase two is efficacy, and phase three is efficacy at scale. And then you get approved. So they're at the end of phase two, about to begin phase three. They think they hope by the end of this year they'll be done. But in the preliminary information, here's one of their treatments, one injection, single injection. And if you have osteoarthritis over the next 10 to 12 months, you regrow all your tendons brand new from stem cells. And it's from a new epigenome. When they made dolly, when they duplicated it, a sheet way back in. Well, how did this old sheet create a brand new sheet without all those problems? Because the epigenome gets reset. So they figured out how to make that happen through your Wint pathway. And it has all kinds of impact. There's eight different cancers that they're working on treatments for. There are things that will just blow your mind. So I couldn't give you one thing. There are spray on stem cells like in. Most people don't know. But if a fireman or a policeman or someone falls into a fire, can you burn your face off? We've all seen people who are scarred for life. The standard treatment is to put cadaver skin on there for you to try to keep you alive and make things go. They now have in seven hospitals in the United States where they can take your stem cells and spray them on your face. And I have them in the book. The pictures will blow your mind. From grotesque to you can barely tell what happened in a period of three weeks. I mean, it is mind-boggling. So there are things that can increase your energy. Right now there is a study being done. You probably are familiar with the fact as I started to say that your breakdown happens at the epigenome. But also the energy center to get weaker over time. And there are now new discoveries of how to stimulate the body so that that epigenome cleans itself off, like gets rid of the static, makes it clean again. In other words, it does repair while simultaneously firing off the furnaces of energy in your body. And one of the studies, there have been a lot of animal studies obviously and they don't always translate. So you have to be careful about animal studies. They're intriguing, but we don't know for sure until you do with humans. And in the animal studies, you know, an old rat, which, I forget how many months it is, but let's call it a 60 year old rat would be the equivalent for a human, it can run like a quarter of a kilometer on one of those tracks. A young rat can run a full kilometer. The ones that they test here that are older can run three to four kilometers once they've had this for literally 20 days. But what's really cool is it wasn't supposed to be released, but it's in the book. There's a group from the Special Forces that was done in Boston. They just finished the first study year long and they're seeing similar results with human beings. So we'll know more, but they're not going for this as a nutraceutical. This is going for actually a drug, which should be easier as a nutraceutical, but most of those nutraceuticals don't last. They don't hold up. This one they believe will. So for energy, for vitality, for your mind, I mean, there's, it's more than you can, it's 700 pages there. Give you an idea. Like you said, I write to them. - These are getting longer and longer here, Tony, which is amazing by the way. And the way that you're approaching it, going after the experts and also that this is stuff that you're already immersed in, the fact that you're taking your own injury and turning that into something. And a few years ago, and maybe I was worrying for nothing, but I was worried about your voice.
What is Tony doing now for his voice as an output (15:13)
And it seems like you've made progress there. What are you doing yourself with all of this stuff? Are you doing regular stem cell treatments? Are they general or do you get like injection specifically into the shoulder, into the vocal cords? Like how does this work? - No, my shoulder is perfect. I don't have to do anything new as far as that's concerned. But I do stem cell treatments. I'm testing things out all the time.
Tony's comments about stem cells and treatment (15:46)
There's a new form of them called V-cells. And it's very small embryonic-like stem cells that are discovery that only came out about 13 years ago. - Is this an IV drip? Like how are we getting them in the system? - Yes, this would be an IV drip in this case. They can also do injections along the edge of your spine or something of that nature. But what I'm interested in this one is, you probably know some of the tests now like true age that can say, okay, chronologically, I'm 61 years old, but biologically I'm only 51, right? And Dr. St. Clair's example, he's 53, but his biology is 33. - If he looks young and cells, it's crazy. - He really does.
Tony's creation of The World's Biggest Workshop. (16:23)
And his dad was in his 80s, who was falling apart. Now it goes jogging and running and everything else. So he gives it to his dog. So I'm pretty, I'm tied to the hip just like did on the financial side to these guys I learned from, so that I'm on a cutting edge. And I'm utilizing those tools wherever I can. But you know, I have to keep this body in unbelievable shape because of the demands that I make. And when, you know, when we went through the COVID thing where all of a sudden overnight, imagine when, what you do for a living is 15 to 30,000 people in a stadium and suddenly everywhere on earth they go, you can have 10 people or five or none. I mean, literally overnight, they canceled everything. And so it's like, people need me, how am I gonna help them? And I wouldn't watch somebody do a little webinar with like 252 inch screens. I was like, I'll kill myself first. I mean, you've been in my bench. It's gotta be an experience. It's gotta take you. It's gotta have the rock and roll emotion and feeling. And so I sat down with my buddies and my team and I pulled out a tape recorder and I said, here's what I'm gonna do. But first I said, we're going to Vegas. We'll never shut down Vegas. First they did. Then I went, okay, you know, I'll do this in 1500 movie theaters with 10 people each around the country by satellite. And I shut down the movie theaters. So I finally was like, okay, I gotta reach people in their homes but make it as dynamic as if they were there in person. So I was like, okay, we're gonna build, I'm gonna find a building with 40 foot high ceilings. I'm gonna do 20 foot high LED screens, 0.67 highest resolution world 50 feet wide, 180 degrees around me. I'm gonna call an Eric deal on it zoom and say, I need to upgrade what you're doing with zoom so I can interact with people on a larger scale, not just, you know, 1000 or 5000, but 100,000. I wanna build a software so that people can shake it and it sends a signal. So the clapping's authentic. It gets louder as people do it over the case, MIMI. And did the whole thing, brought seven companies together. When said, we gotta build this. And they said, this is a big project. Maybe in nine months, I said, no, you got nine weeks, went through, got rid of a lot of the people and we pulled it off. And so I've seen more people this year and last year in these events because I have people from 195 countries, every country in the world participate in every time zone too, if you can imagine. I'm starting at 10 a.m. in Florida and it's midnight in Australia, right? And these people are going from midnight till one of the afternoon the next day, four or five days in a row and staying completely engaged and saying I'm gonna have the time of their life. So we kind of cracked the code. Now I do both. I did a hybrid event the other day, date with Destiny. I lifted the front wall. That's why I picked a building with 40 for ice ceilings. I could see people in 97 countries and right in front of me, I have another thousand people. So we're reinventing what does it take so we can help people where they live. - Yeah, I wanna zoom in on the moment where they say maybe in nine months, but even that is probably gonna be tough and you're like, no, no, no, we have to go to nine weeks. That is the thing that is the difference between people that struggle in life and people that can do extraordinary things. So one, there's two parts to this. I really wanna get both. One, where do you get the hoods ba to believe that you can pull that off? And then two, from an execution standpoint, how do you actually pull it off because it you hinted at the people that don't believe have to go? And so walk me through that on both of those points if you don't mind. - Well, I'm happy to, but you're an example of this yourself and I'm not blowing smoke. That's how you built the billion dollar company. You and I are philosophically aligned, obviously known each other for years. Where I got the hoods ba from, it's not my hoods, but it needs to be done. It's like I'm mission driven. If you're just doing something for yourself, I don't need to work on the day of my life. It's like, okay, I can sit home and have a good time. But I got a mission. So it's like people need us right now. They don't need us nine months from now. And then it's a matter of finding, like you said, other people that are super skilled and are mission driven also, that bought into the mission of helping people, not just we're gonna build a studio. Now we're gonna create an environment where people all over the earth can become together as friends and family. We're gonna see them in their homes. There's gonna be advantages that we don't have an alive event. I can see their children. I can see their husband and wife. I can see how they live and where they are. And so, I would say out of all the companies we started with, we ended up with probably half of them still working on the project and we brought in new people. And it's your willingness also to call it straight. Like when somebody doesn't own it, you gotta call it tight and you gotta move on. Otherwise, you're gonna have a few weak people or weak organizations or weak structures that'll destroy the rest of your mission. And so, you're so lovely, Tony. You're so lovely, Tony. You've got to be willing to do that. Yeah, how do you specifically, Tony Robbins, who loves people is very kind. You obviously are also good at no bullshit.
How Tony handles cutting people that won't make the cut. (21:00)
But in that moment, are you just like, look, you don't make the cut, you gotta go or do you have like a specific speech? I've seen you do really hard things in your live events. But like, what are you thinking in that moment? 'Cause it'll be hard on their business and it's gonna be emotionally difficult for them. How do you navigate those moments? I don't take somebody out who still has enough drive and desire and hunger. Then it's just a matter of coaching them on skills or finding a solution together. But when I find somebody who no longer believes or is no longer certain, if you're on a team with me and we're the Golden State Warriors or let's say the old days with Michael Jordan, the weakest link is gonna keep us from the mission. So I have to value the mission more than this individual. They can become a client of mine and buy them from my seminars, help them do whatever it is, but I gotta move on now. Because there's just no way we could have done everybody around us that this is impossible. But I found a few people that thought their part wasn't impossible. And they need to put them all together with a higher mission. I mean, just like for example, date with Destiny, lifting these walls sounds like a simple thing, but they weigh, I don't know how many thousands of pounds. And the COVID, you've got all the problems of the breakdown of being able to access something overseas. So I sent planes, I had people overseas, we're getting things we did all in less than a week to be able to actually lift those. And then I told my platinum partners, which is my audience, they said, "Listen, "it's a backstage pass, you're not gonna see me "or see me on screens." And people are giant event on the sides, they watch me on screens anyway, but you'll be together. And then we surprised them.
Bending the world to your will (22:35)
And it was like the music came up to a THX type sound, you lift it up and they were just out of their mind, you know? So it's also about creating experiences, creating moments for people that they won't forget. - That's incredible. I, so you went quick over it, but I know moments like, "Oh, I'm gonna have to send a plane here "to grab that to talk to this person." I know those moments and there's a phenomenal quote, you might remember it, I'm gonna paraphrase it, which is, "The reasonable man conforms to the world. "The unreasonable man bends the world to his will, "therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man." - My favorite quotes. - Oh my God, it's so good. And I'm always telling people on my team, like, because people often look at me and say, like, you're being unreasonable. Yes, but like literally we all limit our, we don't even try because we think something is impossible and therefore you guarantee that it is, it is literally shocking how much farther you can go when you, my wife and I call it noble shit, what would it take? Just like, you put yourself in problem solving mode rather than problem finding mode, which most people live there. And you're just like, okay, there is a solution. It might not be something I'm willing to do, but there is a solution. And when you get into that mode and then actually have the willingness to keep going, it's freakish what you can accomplish. But most people just never let themselves be that aggressive.
One choice is no choice / Mindset / Progress equals joy (23:55)
- Yeah, I think I have a philosophy. I teach everybody on all my teams. I have 105 companies now. It's mind-boggling and all these radically different industries are now doing almost $7 billion in business. I had no business background, but it's certain poor philosophy that allows you to grow anything. But it starts with the people themselves. And my whole thing is one choice is no choice. Two choices to do them, there's always three choices. Like you said, I may not like the choice, but it's there. But more importantly, I think it's getting people to see that what they thought was impossible, impossible is possible. The more you can get people and experience, like talk's cheap, but I've done enough things in my life with enough people at this stage. I got a track record where it's like, I said it's gonna happen. Most people say he's probably true. It's probably likely he's gonna pull it off. Maybe I should jump on board, but the mindset has to be destroy any limitation and move forward, move forward, move forward. There is a way, move forward. And I think if you watch this, it's like taking off on a plane from, I'm in Texas right now. If I flew from Dallas here to go to Hawaii, you're of course about 90% of the time. I'm a pilot. I would if every time I'm off course, oh my God, I'm off course, oh, I should freak out. Oh my God, I'm off course again. But you just tack back and forth and you land exactly where you wanna be. Three, four, five thousand miles away. And I think that's how we have to navigate. But most of us, and especially during these COVID times, most of us have been conditioned not to take a risk. People ask me all the time, what does it take to be happy? And I always tell them, it's really simple. One word, progress. Progress equals happiness. If you keep growing, you're gonna feel alive. And if you keep growing, you're gonna have more to give. And when you're growing and giving is when life is magnificent. It doesn't matter how many statues, Oscars they give you or Emmys, or how much money you have in the bank. We've all seen people have all those things and I get the phone call 'cause they're depressed or somebody commits suicide in that area. So it's really an inner game. And I think that's what's missing for us today. Everybody's focusing on the outside world and how there's a lot of things in the outside world you'll never be able to control. You can influence, but you can't control it. This, your mind, your emotions, your body. You have 100% control over what you do with these things. And that's where the game is one. You win the inner game, then you win the outer game. But a lot of people spent their life trying to win the outer game, and they won and they're miserable. So to me, success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure. And so many people are focused on success, though, which to me is like, there's nothing wrong with it, but it's like success is getting what you want. Fulfillment is living what you're made for, you know? And it's like fulfillment and success, they're not even the same universe. And there's nothing wrong with going for success, but you really gotta figure out what you're made for. And nobody knows in the beginning. So you start where you are and you do what's in front of you, do what's next, then you keep growing until you start to discover, hey, this is my real passion. This is my real hunger and pride. And it can change. People go for five, six, seven years, and then they usually question their business, their career, their body, their relationships. And then one of two things happens. They change direction and feel renewed, or they go, no, I got a great deal here. What the hell's wrong with me? And they recommit and they get stronger.
How Tony defines the four seasons of human life (27:08)
But that's life. And if you don't grow, I don't give them how much you got going for you're gonna be miserable. - No, man, I totally agree. That's something that I heard from you many years ago that I've repeated so many times. It's so true. I think the way that I first heard you say it is progress is a foundational pillar of human happiness. I was like, damn, that's so true. That idea of it just really sits at the foundation. I wanna give you a Tony Robbins quote. And this is something, going back to something you were just saying that I agree with incredibly well, or very much, which is people have become hypnotized by a culture of weakness. And I was like, damn, like Tony's calling us out here. I agree with that. What is going on and how do we shake out of it? - Well, if you're a student of history, there is a cycle of history that is plain as day. Good times create weak people. Weak people create bad times. Bad times create strong people. Strong people create great times. This is the cycle of history. Thousand years of Roman history. There's a great book I recommend anyone read it in 1997. It's not a beautiful read, but you need to understand it. It's called The Fourth Turning. Or you could read the book Generations, but it's about 700 pages, 800 pages. Bill Clinton gave me that book, and that's where I started. And it explains how our thinking, our process is so affected by the way we're raised generationally, the experiences we go through. So let me give you an example of why we're having challenges today and why I'm more than hopeful. Let's say you were born in 1910. Think about this way first. Number I talked about pattern recognition, pattern utilization, pattern creation. What gave humanity its greatest jump in its capacity was pattern recognition around seasons. Up until that time, we were hunter-gatherers barely able to survive at all, depending what was happening in the environment. We were dependent on the outside world. But once we understood the seasons that planting in the springtime and then taking care of through the summer, boy, in the fall, you can reap. And then there's gonna be winter and you gotta hang on to this stuff so you can survive. Once we recognize that pattern, humanity transformed. Communities were created, eventually cities and countries and states, right? So think of it this way. There's also a pattern of your history as human. Zero to 21, 19 to 2021 is a springtime. Where everything's easy, it's easy to grow. Growth happens, you don't have to do squat. Your body grows, life grows. And some of us had a more protected childhood. Some of us had no protection. We had to step up and take care of things when we're seven or eight years old. But regardless, overall, it's a time in which people look out for you, your taught things, you consume what you're taught. But once you come 19, 20, 21, roughly, and sometimes it's 16 for some people, 25 for others, but you get the picture, you enter a new season of life. You go to the summertime where you start testing and go, well, this is what I was taught, but do I really believe this shit? This is what people say, but now I'm in a relationship. And so all of this next 20 years is an explosive growth period if you work at it from 21 to 41. From 42 to 62 is a reaping time if you planted really in the spring and you pushed hard through the summer, you're gonna reap. Now, if you didn't plant in the springtime, you're gonna weep in the season. You're gonna be like, I don't have any money, I don't have any time, I don't have to do, where am I going? But that's a season of power. That's when you really start to be able to lead companies, businesses, environments and so forth. And again, some people get there earlier, some later, but overall, generally, that's it. And then 63 to 83 is winter, and that winter time is a little different for somebody, right? Now, that time is, maybe it's time I'm an elder in the community, now it's time for me to mentor, to communicate. And if you're lucky, it goes 83 to, say, 103, or the oldest living human is about 119, and if you were lucky enough to do that, maybe you get an extended period of time where you enter the next springtime. So there are seasons that you gotta understand, because if you plant in the winter, I don't care how hard you work, you get no reward. If you bought a house, sounds wonderful, in 2007, normally great, 2007, probably not so great, you're probably just starting to do okay in the last three or four years, right?
Strengths and weaknesses of the different generations (31:21)
So there's a timing to things, there's a timing in your life, there's also timing in history. So imagine you were born in 1910. When would you come of age, 19 years old, 1929? What did you grew up with? World War I ended during that time, the whole world celebrated, and the roaring 20s began, and you're in your teens, cars, radios, parties, you can't wait to turn 19, 2021, right? And what happens? For that generation right at that stage of life, the whole game, the wolves pull out from it, the people are jumping out of buildings, the economy goes to the floor, we got the dust bowl, but I didn't have that, because what happened when they were 29, 1939, World War II, and you and I are too young to know it, but those around know that it looked like we were gonna lose, Hitler was storming across Europe, it looked like life as we know it was over, and these people went overseas and became heroes. They faced such unbelievable, they were thought as flappers, they were thought as weak, they were a lot like a lot of the generation that you see today, the Z generation not so much 'cause they're just coming up, right? But the millennial generation, by older people I see them as weak, there's snowflakes, they're this and they're that, but they have technology, they have insights, and when the outside world is demanding enough, not yet 'cause they're still fearful, they will grow, and that's when things change, and so the season occurs. So think about the difference between the 30s and the 40s versus the 50s versus the 60s as we came after 63 into an American summer is a different mindset versus the 80s to the 2000s and 2010s. So we're right now halfway through winter, or in another winter, it starts financially, now it's gone to health, but we're far from it. It's gonna be war, and it might be cyber war, it might be full on war, but there's zero question that China and the US are in a collision course that's going to shape the direction of humanity. And so the people that right now are alive today are gonna have to grow in that environment. I really think we're at a season where there's gonna be a whole new level of growth, and what I just wanna do is be one of them, many sources that can give people perspective, because here's the problem. A year ago, people thought we were coming out of, you know, we've got vaccines now, and we're coming out of COVID, and it's gonna be all over now, people are excited. But now after going through two years of this, there's a lot of people now that no longer have a compelling future.
Psychology And Self-Development
Learned helplessness (34:00)
Like, you know, people talking about New Year's resolutions, most people don't even have one, 'cause it's like, they never fall through anyway, right? But at least they had something to look forward to. They're starting to get into learned helplessness. Learn helplessness is when something is so bad over and over again, you start thinking the problems permanent, no problems permanent. Or you start thinking the problems pervasive, because I haven't handled my finances my whole world's over, because my relationship's bad, my whole world's over. Your life is bigger than that. Or all this is happening, 'cause there's something wrong with me. When you get to that point, you stop trying. And so my goal right now is to shake that up for people. People need a new perspective, and you can't do it by just sitting and thinking, you gotta move your body, you gotta change your energy and your focus, 'cause low level of energy, I don't think I'm gonna have a game with how smart you are, you're not gonna use all your ability. But if I get you into a higher state of being, mentally, emotionally, physically, then all of a sudden you start remembering who you are, and you start coming up with answers that you never even thought were possible before. - The idea of remembering who you are is something incredibly powerful.
Your being mentally, emotionally, and physically (35:04)
There was a Batman cartoon where he gets amnesia, and he gets put in a camp basically, a work camp, and he can't get out. And then one day, he feels stuck and weak and afraid, and then something happens, I don't remember what triggers his memory, and he remembers that he's Batman, and all of a sudden, just in remembering that he's Batman, he then takes the actions to fight his way out. Look, I know it's a cartoon, but that has always resonated with me, and whenever I'm feeling anxious about something, I always tell myself, remember who you are, and there's so much power. Even though I know that it's BS, 'cause I am also the guy that's afraid, but there's something incredibly powerful. - That's called being human, but you're really talking about the most important concept and lasting change, identity.
We all define ourselves in certain ways, and most of us define ourselves years ago, and we haven't done an update, and now you're in an environment where you're constantly told how bad it is, how terrible it is, so that stimulates the old part of the human brain, the fight or flight mechanism, the part of your brain that's always looking through what's wrong, so you can hide from it, or you can fight it, or you can freeze and hope it doesn't notice, or you can run from it. And so that part of our brain's never gonna make you happy, it's an important part. There's no saber to tiger for us to run from anymore or fight, not for most people, but now we get that about, what are people saying about me online, or do I have enough money in a country that even if you have very little money in America, even if you're in quote unquote, a poor environment, you know, I support, I provide 100 million meals a year, and I'm almost to a billion meals now, I'm at 825 million meals to give you an idea in the last seven years, so I'm into helping everyone I possibly can, but you gotta help 'em here and here too, you know, so I use the food as the excuse to get into here and here, and start showing people what's possible, and I think we're in a place right now where a lot of people are in this learned help-osis, and they don't realize, you know, if as an identity, if identity is how you've identified yourself, and you see yourself as a procrastinator, why? 'Cause you procrastinate so many pints and disappointed, you don't wanna be disappointed, so now you're procrastinate or you're no longer disappointed. You feel certain, you'll never have your goals, but you feel certain, that's what most people do in their life, but if you set, let's say, a thermostat in this room at 78 degrees, and the temperature drops far enough, something's gonna happen, 'cause the computer's gonna go, "Hey, hey, hey, you're a 78 degreeer, "what are you doing here at 68?" And the heaters kick on, and something you get this drive, I'm sure your listeners, your viewers, have had this experience many times in life, we're finin' us not another day, and I'm changing this relationship, I'm losing this weight, I'm gonna finally do something, and then you push, push, push, now some people push, push, and they go beyond their comfort zone, beyond what they expect, not their goals, it's what they're used to, it's their comfort zone, and let's say that's 68 degrees is where they're used to financially, it's not what they want, or their relationship, or spiritually or physically, and they grow to 88, 98, 99 degrees, suddenly the brain goes, "Hey, hey, what are you doing here?" You're not a 99 degreeer, and then all of a sudden, the heaters stop and you lose your drive, and if that's not a bad, the air conditioners kick on, and you start to sabotage, and you go, "What happened in my life?" So identity is the number one thing I work to change with people, to expand it, not to get rid of it, but expand your own sense of who you really are and what you're capable of, and people think they're gonna get identity by, people say to me, "I have no self-esteem, I hate that word, so overused and abused." I don't want myself esteemed, 'cause when I was growing up, my parents said these terrible things, and those terrible things, and I said, "Isn't it convenient, you only remember those things?"
They said a million things, but suddenly, you was holding on those, but let's get real. Someone can tell your whole life, your piece of crap, and you can say, "Screw you, read between the lines "and make your life work." Someone tell you, "Your whole life, you're beautiful, "you're intelligent, you're the smartest person in the world, "and you don't believe it." Because self-esteem doesn't come from what people say about you, self-esteem is earned within you yourself. It's a steam for yourself, which only comes by doing things that are incredibly difficult, and then your brain goes, "This is who I am." The reason I've done firewalks for years, I used to do skydiving, but it's hard to get 30,000 people in the middle of the year above New York, and then the middle of the night, but the reason I did these metaphors was because when someone does something, they once thought was difficult or impossible, and they get the other side, and the brain goes, "If I get myself to do this, "what else can I get myself to do?" It changes their identity. When your identity expands, your whole world expands. - Dude, firewalking at your event was crazy. It was really cool, 'cause I had always said to my wife, "I would walk across fire for you, "and so at the event, it is like you are trying "to fuck with people. "You spend hours warning about how wrong it could go. "You'd be so careful." And so I was like, "Okay, wait, is he trying "to freak me out? "So this is a bigger deal, "and then as you're walking up to it, "you feel the heat." And you're like, "Oh, shit, these are actually hot." And the people start peeling out a line, right?
They just can't bring themselves to do it. And I'm like, "Look, I may end up with charred stumps "for feet, but I told my wife, "I would walk across fire for her. "I'm walking across this fucking fire." It was really meaningful, like as one of those things, and I get it and you guys try to make it as safe as possible, but it really meant something to me to say, like I told her I would do this, I'm doing this, and then you do it, it was dope. - I know you see people who go there go, "I'm not gonna do this no matter what. "I'm just coming with the seminar." And other people think, "I'm gonna do this," and they get out there and freak out, like you said, they peel off, but you were there by the end, about 99% of people do it. We don't force anybody or pushin' to do it, but you go through so many changes in here. It's like, that's what we need today. We need to re-engineer ourselves. If you've ever seen one of these Baja races, you know, a thousand miles in the desert, or there's a million different races that if you took a normal car, you'd be out of it and probably die in the first day or so. But what they've done is re-engineer the shock of sort is the size of the tires, the engine system. And we need to re-engineer ourselves for winter. We need to re-engineer ourselves so that we can thrive, not just survive during this time. And that's what I'm seeing people do in their life and their businesses. I mean, it's been really, I know it sounds crazy, but it's been one of the more beautiful times. I hate the fear that's been generated in so many people on Dually. I mean, this CDC, themselves, I wrote this in my book. There's a section in my health book, and I quote directly from the CDC, "What's the number one risk factor other than age? 80% of people die of COVID, 79.8% are overweight, no beasts, extremely overweight. Something you can easily do something about, nobody talks about. And number two is fear, because the anxiety makes people change their breath, they can't fully oxygenate. So it's like, there's a lot within our control if we just wake up. But the beautiful part of COVID is a lot of people waking up to what's possible, seeing where it is, seeing how they could change their entire business.
Look Where it is (42:04)
'Cause when things happen and they're gonna be unjust things, it doesn't matter the color of your skin, it doesn't matter your age, doesn't matter what country you're from. Injustice is everywhere, it's gonna happen to all of us at various times, right? Or it may not just be injustice, just like, wow, you got cancer. I mean, it's like, what I do to deserve this, it isn't like that. It's not something you earn by brownie points. It's like, okay, what am I gonna do with what life has brought me? And my greatest growth that's helped me help so many other people is 'cause, you know, someone tells me I got a tumor in my brain, and I'm gonna die, and I'm like, I don't accept that, right? I got a ton rotator cuff, and you're gonna have to go through six months of rehab. I'm not gonna accept that. There's gotta be another way, you know? And the things you can't control, you learn how to accept and learn from, you know? And so I think COVID has offered that opportunity. I'm reaching more people because of it. I'm touching more lives, I'm having an impact. My wife and I have tried to have a child for quite many years. I have five grandkids, and I have four kids, and now five, but I have a nine-month-old now. I have a 48-year-old daughter and a nine-month-old daughter. I'll give you a round. That's incredible, man. - Well, that's the gift of COVID 'cause I was home. We can say, let's give it another shot. - There you go.
Lifelong Learning And Embracing Change
Staying hungry and learning throughout your whole life (43:20)
I wanna hit you with another Tony Robbins quote, and this one, I think, sums up what you're saying here. You cannot fear change and do everything the way it's always been done. And so fear you talk a lot about, but man, I have people in my life that are older than me, and many of them, they are calcifying as they get older. And I watch what really serve them well in their 20s and 30s, and I may have discussed this with you before, but I'm haunted by a quote that genius is a young man's game. And as a late bloomer, that never sat well with me. But when you look at people that win Nobel Prizes, it's almost always for work that they do in their early 30s. They get awarded in their 60s, but they did the work in their 30s, and seeing how you're going after like cutting edge stuff, I know one of the companies, I think you sold it to Apple in the ARVR space, if I remember correctly, I've heard you talking about Bitcoin for years now. I know you know about NFTs, like it's, how are you so able to embrace change and how the hell do you stay this enthusiastic in a world that changes this fast as you get older? Why are you not like so many people are crippled by that? They just want things to stay the same. - I think as early on, I realized, you know, one of the things you have to understand about life is everything changes and everything ends. And that kind of sounds heavy on the front end, but it's a truth. If everything changes and everything ends, number one, it should make you appreciate what you have right now. And then my view is what's next is always better. If I make it so, it's my job to make it. And so I think, you know, for me, I look at it and say, you know, when you said genius is a young man's game, I think it's total bullshit. I think passion is the genesis of genius. If you've got enough passion, you're gonna find answers nobody else does, but most people run out of fuel, meaning they get tired, they get exhausted, they get burnt out, they get, you know, the law familiarity, they're around something so much, they take it a little bit for granted. And I've managed to see something in myself that I found in every great leader that I've ever respected. And that is, I value intelligence immensely, but I know really smart people can't fight their way out of a paper bag pragmatically, right? I'm sure you do too. What I see is the one common nominated people that are successful over a lifetime is the sustained hunger. Hunger is the number one factor. When I see somebody, I don't give a brought, age they are in care with their background is, if they're hungry to improve, to change, to make something happen, I mean, if you look at Richard Branson, he's as hungry today in his late 60s as he was at 16 years old and at crypt starting virgin, you know? Look at my buddy Mark Benioff, you know, he's like, I don't know, he's in his early 50s right now. Mark is more hungry today than when I knew him 12, 14, 15 years ago when he was first coming up with the idea of something, he went to one of my seminars over and over again, the UPW, you know which one, and he went there like four or five times and he was sitting in the front row, he was a tall guy, he introduced himself and said, you've convinced me, I'm gonna leave this company I work for as an employee here and I'm gonna go start this new company called salesforce.com and he says, Tony, we're gonna do a hundred million dollars in business, we're gonna change business, now you're doing whatever 30 billion right now. But it's because he hasn't lost the hunger. And I think the law of familiarity is what destroys your relationship. You get around somebody enough, you love them, but you don't have the same passion, the same aliveness. And I'm just not willing to settle for a life without passion and aliveness. That's just like there's so much to learn, there's so much to grow, there's so much to give and I'm wired to grow and give. And I think anybody gets wired to grow and give, it's gonna have a really fulfilling life. It doesn't matter what you choose to do, you're gonna be alive, 'cause you're gonna make progress. And because you made progress, you have something to give and we all, like some people think they just wanna get, but you get, get, get, get, and it's pretty damn boring and it doesn't really expand your sense of identity of who you are. But if you're constantly growing and then taking what you learn, you're so excited about it, you share with other people and their life gets better, whether that be software you make or addresses you design or something you do in health space that really gets people to enjoy their food while they're eating well. If you have those passions and you keep growing, there's no limit.
Why there's no need to fear change or uncertainty (47:42)
It doesn't matter what happens in the short term with a pandemic or with a drop in the economy or whatever the case may be. These are all temporary. When you realize life has lived in decades, not in days. - So one thing that I find really powerful about what you teach is the need for massive action, you have this upcoming breakthrough challenge that you're doing for free. What is it, how are you leveraging that to help people concretize the stuff in their lives? - I'll tell you what, it started. It started in 2020 'cause about six months of the year, I hadn't figured out how to reach people yet and do what I was gonna do.
Business Mastery October 2021 - TR Tony Robbins (48:17)
And there were just so many depressed people, we've seen the numbers now of the people that have been suicidal, the people that have the highest level of drug overdoses in history happened this last year. - Years. - All this stuff we thought were gonna help ourselves with COVID with these shutdowns, but we destroyed human beings' experience of life by making them isolated and separated and alone. And so what can I do to help people? And so I was like, all right, I gotta do a seminar for people. I'm gonna do two, three hours of one day and just give people the best I can to give 'em a jolt and wake 'em up. And then I was like, everything I do is immersion. Two, three hours is great, but I learned five days and I'm gonna hit every part of 'em. First I'm gonna get their energy up 'cause without that nothing else gonna happen. We're gonna do with them physically so they have the energy to do these things. You know, otherwise it's just information and information out, I should do it. When the energy's there, you're ready to rock and roll. And then what do I do with them to make the changes in their emotions? 'Cause that's where all the power is. Emotions cause wars, they cause peace, they get you laid, they make you get married or have children. They're everything, but if we don't know how to run 'em and they run us, we're in trouble. And it's like, okay, what can I do for them financially? What can I do in their career or their business? And so I did this five day event, I offered it for free and I couldn't believe it. We had 428,000 people that joined us the biggest of men in my life. So then last year COVID was still going on, I was like, okay, we're gonna do one more and we had 875,000 people attend from 195 countries. So I'm doing one last one 'cause I really believe the COVID thing is turning the corner. I pray that it is for all of us and that the world opens up, back up by the end of this year. I think people are finding, hitting their threshold where I'm gonna live with this, I'm not gonna live in fear. And so I'm gonna do one more. And I'm doing here January 25th so that people can start a new year with some real energy 'cause you won't get that just sitting at home, you gotta get a new perspective, you gotta get out of it. You gotta get a change in your energy and you need to have the skills. So it's supposed to go 90 minutes each day from 2 p.m. on the 25th to the 29th, 2 p.m. Eastern 11 a.m. Pacific, but people are coming from all over the world. But he usually goes, I should warn people two hours to three hours. Give as much as I can and people just are blown away by it. I give you one example, it's really a fun one. I could give you 10, maybe 100, but 10 off top my head. But one in particular that I really love 'cause I just saw this guy the other day. My name Matt Dintizny is his name. This guy was in a car accident. He was in bed for seven years. - Oh.
Breakthrough 22 - TR Tony Robbins (50:45)
- On oxygen gained 700 pounds. I was told he would never be able to get off oxygen again, never get out of bed. 'Cause the seminar was there on a laptop and it was free. I didn't even have to go anywhere. He's in his bed. Now this guy couldn't even get out of bed to go to the bathroom. So everything is wired up to him. Been this way for seven years. In just the first two days, he got so shifted and desired that he started doing these simple exercises. He would show it a few people things they can do, but he did something he could do in his bed. Within, I think it was five weeks he got off the oxygen. Within eight weeks 'cause then once you go to the program, you're part of our community. So we have a huge community of people all over the world to support each other. And so he got out of bed, made it to the bathroom for the first time in seven years, walked for the first time in seven years, then drove a car for the first time in seven years. Well, he's lost 258 pounds. I said to him back then, I was like, "Look, you've lost already." I think it was that time 100 pounds or something like that. I said, "You lose another 50 or 100 pounds. You're gonna be able to be mobile. You're gonna be able to get in that car. You're gonna be able to do things." And I said, "I'll fly you to Palm Beach for my first live in person event, UPW, and you'll be my guest." Well, he called me up and says, "Can I bring my girlfriend 'cause he now engaged. It's unbelievable." So he came to the vet, he walked the fire and everything else and it all started because, he never would ever go to an event a million years. He couldn't, he couldn't get out of bed. And now look at his life. And now he's inspiring all these other people around him, so it all started with him coming to the challenge. And by the way, it's free. It's not partially free, it's totally free. And you don't have to go anywhere. So you really don't have any excuse other than you're not interested in your own life or making it better in 2022. So you don't wanna miss this one. So all you gotta do is go to Breakthrough2022.com, Breakthrough22.com and roll yourself. And you might think about it, 'cause a friend or a family member I wanna go through this experience with. And you're welcome to do that as well. - That's incredible, man. I wanna know about this hat.
I've seen you wear it now, or at least that logo. Is it just about luck or is there something else? - No, each of them have a different little piece on them, but what's underneath most of this one doesn't have it underneath it. It says, be a blessing and then it says blast. 'Cause that's my philosophy. It's like every day, you know, I used to have these giant mission statement changed the earth, changed the world all the shit. You know, it's just like, you know, you know what I wanna do? I just wanna help. So every day my prayer in the morning is use me, Lord. And then whenever I meet people, I just try to be helpful. And it's like sometimes you're helpful 'cause you can give them a tool or strategy and turn things around. And sometimes you're helpful just 'cause you can listen and care. And sometimes you're helpful because you've got an insight they need. So to me, it's just, it's a philosophy of life of be a blessing and you'll be blessed. That's what it's about. And he's a shamrock because it's not religious. It's just like, yeah, you get really lucky when you're busy doing everything you can to help other people. - I love it, man. It's really incredible. - Dude, thank you for being such a leader in moving people into the future. You've for, I mean, over 40 some years have been helping people shift state and think about their mind. And you've had such an indelible impact on my life.
Tony Teaches You Can Learn Anything (53:49)
I'll never be able to state fully how much you impacted me at the darkest period of my life. So certainly, eternally grateful. But again, the way you've started biting into these huge important topics is just incredible. And to see the passion that you're approaching them with, I'm very curious to have some conversations with you about technology and where things are going in the future. I am, Tony, I'm really blown away by your, your such an adept learner. I think everybody understands you're an extraordinary communicator, but you're, you're freakishly good at learning. And I don't hear you ever references. So I'll say it, say it, you are very intelligent. And so to have your mind applied to these incredibly difficult problems and then match that with your ability to articulate them, really fucking extraordinary. And yeah, I'm super grateful. Where would you most want? - I wanted to say what, I appreciate your compliments very much when I say one thing, it really comes down to anyone can learn anything if it's important enough to you. What makes it important to me is not just my own life.
Complexity Is the Enemy of Execution (54:57)
It's like if I have a problem, my shoulder, my neck, whatever, and I can solve it, I know that there are millions of other people that can be helped by it. So it's like my drive is not just for me. That wouldn't be enough 'cause it's easy to meet your own needs. It's not that difficult. But if you can find something that you care about more than yourself, your daughter, your son, your family, your business, your mission, your community, whatever it is, that's really the secret to energy and vitality and strength and really learning. And I think the other thing is, complexity is the enemy of execution. One of the things I want to do with people doing this challenge is take things that seem so complex and make them so simple so you do it. If you have a business and you got this huge complex plan, you hired a giant consulting firm, they put it all together, it never gets implemented. You know, you've been in your company or companies. Why? 'Cause they make it so complex and it's somebody else's plan. What I really want to do for people at this challenge is get it really simple, things you do right now to change your life. You can go to experience it that day and then you get momentum. Day one, day two, day three, day four. All of a sudden, now what used to be hard to do is easy to do. And I think for anyone, you gotta understand anyone can learn anything if you can just break it down to its simple core and that's what I try to do most. - No, man, you do it so well. Where can people follow along with you, engage with you online?
Tony Closing Talk (56:14)
- Yeah, they just go to Breakthrough2022.com and I'll see you on January 25th of the 29th. And then of course, 20rons.com as well. - I love it, brother. Thank you so much for this chat. - And brother, and I'll see you in the book. I'm excited to hear what you think of it. I think I know you'll be excited. - I am very eager to read that for sure. So yeah, thank you very much. And thank you for joining. And everybody for the love of God, read everything that this man has ever written. You could watch, you could literally just blindfold yourself and pick any YouTube video that he's in. It will blow your mind. This man has changed my life more than virtually anybody. And I am confident that if you take action, he will have the same impact on you. And speaking of things that will have a grand impact, if you haven't already, be sure to subscribe. And until next time, my friends, be legendary. Take care, peace.