Why we do what we do | Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins analyzes the "invisible forces" that force us to do what we do, and Al Gore hits the front row.

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    Why we do what we do | Tony Robbins

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    1. Honestly really liked this speech… but the Lance Armstrong bit didn’t exactly age well lol

    2. Listen to this in the gym whilst you work your butt off hard, you'll come out feeling invincible

    3. Keys to Success.
      So whoever does an atom's weight of good will see it, And whoever does an atom's weight of evil will see it. (The Noble Quran. Surah Al Zalzalah Verse 7-8)
      For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease. Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease. So when you have finished [your duties], then stand up [for worship]. (Surah Ash Sharh. Verse 5-6-7)
      Our Lord, and burden us not with that which we have no ability to bear. (Surah Al Baqarah Verse 286)
      By time, Indeed, mankind is in loss, Except for those who have believed and done righteous deeds and advised each other to truth and advised each other to patience. (Surah Al Asr)
      Listen to the Voice of The Noble Quran.
      French :



      Unquestionably, by the remembrance of Allah hearts are assured. (The Noble Quran. Surah Ar Ra'd Verse 28)

      Ja! Beim Gedenken ALLAHs finden die Herzen Ruhe. Sicherlich, im Gedenken Allahs finden die Herzen Ruhe!

      N’est- ce pas point par le Zikir d’Allah que les cœurs sont satisfaits.

    4. Why people have goal fail their parents doing drugs and 11yrs later still doing drugs and people laugh now about drugs. Knowning the human race will die on earth not knowing if other things or humans out their. as humans we frecking dumb, stuiped ,drugies and EARTH KILLERS 🔥💩

    5. Laughing at people who choose to watch a movie a second (or third or fourth) time is just stupid. And quite infuriating. Not to mention his, so to say, "reasoning" to why people choose to do so is completely wrong. I don't watch a movie a second time because I'm hoping I have forgotten what happened there and will enjoy it "anew". I'm watching it because it felt good the first time and now I want to feel good again. If his reasoning were true, then we'd have no explanation for why people choose to eat the same dish they've already eaten before, or drink a beverage they've drank before, or travel to a place they've already visited. I know he is this famous speaker, but I barely made half through this talk.

    6. Lance Armstrong made the instant decision to juice the F up! And juice he did, like a champ.

    7. God's the invisible force which shapes us. "For I knew you before you were in your mothers womb. He is the potter and we are the clay.

      Meaning Emotion and Action all built in. Use Wisely. Apply generously. Replenish often.

    8. Lance Armstrong got the emotional fitness to win 7 races. It was called "'Roid Rage!" 😀

    9. Thank you so much Tony only because of you now I know the absolute truth about life…💜

    10. Bester Ted-Talk ever 🙂 er ist einfach spitze, vor allem wenn man weiß unter welch "schweren" Bedingungen der Pitch abgehalten wurde. Das Buch: Das Robbins-Power Prinzip von ihm gefällt mir von all seinen Büchern am besten:

    11. Say Yes, buy this product, say Yes, pay for a week at his resort in Fiji, say Yes, get even more programmed to not say no to Robbins’ sales people,,,,oops trainers!

    12. Timing is everything. I saw this talk several years ago. But only now do I deeply appreciate the content of his talk. How incredibly important is what we focus on, the meaning we give our experiences, and what we decide to do based on what we've focused on and what it means to us. And the power of state! Wow. 11 years later and he is still saying the same thing. Tony brings an amazingly consistent, effective, and doable message.

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