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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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Conor McGregor will go down in history as one of the greatest mixed martial arts fighters of all time. In this interview with Tony Robbins, he shares the bulletproof mindset that took him from being a plumber’s apprentice in Dublin to worldwide fame as the most “Notorious” fighter on the planet and the biggest name in the UFC. You’ll also get an inside look at two of the most anticipated fights in combat sports: Conor’s landmark boxing match with 11-time world champion Floyd Mayweather Junior – and his lightweight MMA title fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov. Conor also explains how he’s driven his new whiskey company, Proper 12, to become an overnight success, and he opens up about his passion for helping others and the philanthropic projects he supports.
Comedian. Actor. Writer. Author. Producer. Network owner. Those are just a few titles that Kevin Hart has on his resume, but his aspirations don’t stop there. By the time he’s 45, Kevin plans to add business mogul to his growing list of accomplishments, joining other entertainers like Oprah Winfrey and Lebron James.  Perhaps what sets Kevin apart from other comedians and actors is that he is more than just an entertainer for hire. He’s gone from being a cog in the Hollywood machine – to being the machine, by strategically building a media empire, inking production deals with major TV networks and film companies.  In this episode, Kevin shares his story of how he went from being a shoe salesman in Philadelphia, to breaking through the competitive world of show business and becoming one of the highest paid entertainers in the world. He also opens up about his own human flaws, and how he’s leveraged them to become a better man.
Abby Wambach is a legend – the illustrious and internationally renowned G.O.A.T. of American soccer. The iconic striker and play-maker hailing from Rochester, NY is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA World Cup champion, and the long-time captain of the U.S. National Team. Leading the charge for the Red, White, and Blue for some 15 years – alongside Mia Hamm, Alex Morgan and everyone in between – Wambach led the USWNT to victory in the 2015 World Cup just before announcing her retirement from the sport of soccer. She is STILL the highest all-time international goal-scorer, with more goals than any other player in the game, male or female. Abby became an icon not only for her talents but also for her leadership and resilience. In this episode, she discusses her new book, WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game, in which she outlines the eight new rules of leadership. Abby is interviewed by Tony’s right arm, creative partner, and former ESPN writer, Mary Buckheit, who has covered Abby’s career through the decades.
After co-founding SiriusXM Radio, Martine Rothblatt took a leap of faith when her youngest daughter developed a fatal lung illness with no available treatment. Determined to help her daughter, and with no formal background in science or biology, she created United Therapeutics, which developed a lifesaving molecule that not only saved her daughter, but tens of thousands of others in the process – proving that when your WHY is strong enough, you’ll find the HOW.   In this exclusive interview with Tony Robbins at one of his business seminars, Martine shares how she has built her entire career on achieving the seemingly impossible, and also reveals her own process for turning visionary ideas into technology that changes lives.
Have you ever wondered how world-class athletes – the ones whose names will live throughout history, like Serena Williams, Michael Phelps, and Lebron James – get to where they are? Do they just show up and start shooting three point shots, or hitting 200 mile-an-hour serves? Certainly not. What about coaches? What are the secrets behind the massive success of legendary coaches like Pat Riley, John Wooden and Bill Belichick – who have more earned back-to-back championships and created sports team dynasties that last for decades, even with completely different kinds of players? Find out what Tony Robbins has learned from over 40 years of working closely with some of the best athletes and coaches of all time.
Having won 28 medals, Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian in history. He has trained and competed at the highest levels of elite swimming, has broken world records, and forged a lifelong career unrivaled by any other. Even after he announced his retirement in 2012, he made a valiant comeback in 2016 at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, where he won five more gold medals to bring him up to a remarkable 23 first-place finishes. Today on the The Tony Robbins Podcast, you are about to hear from this legendary athlete, as he and Tony have a one-on-one interview at Tony’s private home, as part of a small event held for his Platinum Partners. You’ll hear Michael Phelps, who shares with the groups how he came to dominate the sport of swimming – and the setbacks he faced along the way. You’ll also hear from snowboarder Shaun White was also there, so you’ll hear a bit from him towards the end. (You can hear Shaun’s full interview right here on the podcast, a few episodes back). Michael has trained and competed in the swimming pool for the vast majority of his life. He made his Olympic debut at just 15 years old, and he spent the next 16 years mastering the sport through hard work and determination, intense focus, and an unwavering trust in his long-time coach, Bob Bowman. Touted as one of the greatest coach-athlete partnerships in the history of swimming, Michael opens up to Tony about his unbreakable relationship with Bob – who not only molded him into at supreme athlete, but who also played an essential role in his emotional upbringing. But not everything for Michael Phelps has been paved with gold, and his rise to the top was not without a series of well-publicized stumbles. In this interview, he opens up about his own struggle with depression, which affects over 40 million people in the U.S., and takes a particular toll on Olympic athletes who are on a biochemical high during the games, and afterwards, return home feeling empty and directionless. Now, Michael’s life is far different from what it once was. He’s a husband and father of two boys. He’s more patient. He spends time writing. He’s rekindling a relationship with his father. He’s not planning on another Olympic comeback – instead, he’s using his platform to help save lives through the Michael Phelps Foundation and his commitment to water safety and mental health programs and awareness. And as he shares with Tony, to him, that’s a comeback that’s bigger than winning an Olympic gold medal.
Life-changing. Addicting. Intense. These are just a few words that have been used to describe Orangetheory – the fitness studio known for its science-backed, technology-tracked, coach-inspired workouts. The franchise has taken the world by storm – in just eight years, it has amassed a million members, expanded to over 1,100 locations around the world, and has crossed a threshold that very few businesses manage to reach: exceeding $1 billion in revenue in a single year. But what is it that fueled Orangetheory’s rise to the top of an industry that is so full of competition? In this episode of the peak performance season, we are bringing you to Business Mastery – where you have a front-row seat at the Masters of Disruption panel. At this panel, Tony spoke with Ellen Latham, the creator and co-founder of Orangetheory Fitness. You’ll also hear a bit from Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group and creator of Shake Shack, as he participates in the panel, and even asks Ellen a question toward the end. As you'll soon find out, Ellen’s energy is boundless, and certainly infectious. And it was this very energy, in combination with her creativity, determination and pure grit, that got her through the most difficult time of her life – a time when she was laid off her job, out of work and a single mother to her 9-year old son. She tells Tony about her bulletproof mindset during that time, and the sports psychology technique she used to turn what could have been a massive break-down – into the massive break-through that led her to create Orangetheory fitness. Orangetheory offers heart rate-based workouts, built around the physiological concept of excess-post-exercise oxygen consumption, or E.P.O.C., where the body continues to burn calories at a higher rate even after the workout is over. But behind the science of Orangetheory is something far less measurable, but just as powerful: its raving fan culture. Ellen reveals to Tony how she and her partners have strategically built an army of fiercely loyal clients – and what they’ve done to scale this culture across the globe.  
In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, we are bringing you to Business Mastery – where Tony interviews the business leaders behind some of today’s fastest growing companies. You’re going to have a front-row seat as Tony sits down with Dana White – the current president of The Ultimate Fighting Championship, or UFC, and the man that took the once-fledgling organization from near bankruptcy to a globally popular multi-BILLION dollar enterprise. Outspoken, charismatic and unabashedly unapologetic, it’s fair to say that there are not many leaders of major sporting organizations quite like Dana White. Coming from humble beginnings in the Northeast, his fight to the top was an unlikely one – and nothing short of a roller coaster ride. Dana talks to Tony about the serendipitous mix of events that catapulted him from the bottom, all the way to the top of the UFC – and the risky decisions he made along the way that led the UFC to its ultimate comeback. Like the decision to embrace regulation instead of run from it, to move away from Pay-Per-View and broadcast fights on free TV, and perhaps the biggest decision of all, the one that changed the face of the sport – to allow female fighters into the organization. Dana has achieved success on a massive scale – he sold UFC for a whopping $4 billion back in 2017. But his fight isn’t over – and as he tells Tony in this special interview, he feels he hasn’t even scratched the surface of his total impact.
When you set a goal, what do you focus on? Odds are, you put most of your energy towards how you will achieve the results you’re after. But what if you shifted that focus from the how to the when. What if timing was that important? What if good timing could not only enhance your performance - it could actually give you the edge that you need to achieve your goal? Welcome back to the Peak Performer season of the Tony Robbins Podcast. Today, we have a very special guest - New York Times bestselling author and one of the most influential business minds of our time, Daniel Pink. Dan is widely regarded as one of the foremost thinkers in behavioral sciences. He’s upended conventional wisdom about what gives people drive and motivation. He’s challenged the value that society places on left brain over right brain skills. And he’s dispelled preconceived notions about what really makes a great salesman. His latest work is no exception. In When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing - Dan offers profound insight into the importance of timing - and why most businesses, and most employees, really get it wrong. Dan and I sit down and discuss the science behind timing - how it impacts your cognitive abilities, your mood, your state. And he reveals the secrets of how good timing can help you become the most efficient, effective version of yourself. And how business owners can leverage the time of day to create an optimal working environment for their employees. Consider this episode a wake-up call. So that you can not only gain more clarity on why it’s not just about what you are doing, it’s really about when you are doing it that can make all the difference - letting you become the best version of yourself at work and at home.
What’s standing in your way of achieving your goals, your dreams? What is holding you back from taking that next step forward? For many of us, it’s fear. Fear of failure, fear of the unknowns. We become our own worst enemy, doubting ourselves into paralysis. But imagine what your life could look like, if you were able to find a reason that was so much bigger than yourself to propel you forward. I’m not talking about money or material objects, I’m talking about a greater purpose and a resounding and unflagging faith that for you, there is no other option that to give it everything you have. In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, you will hear a very special conversation between Tony and Eagles Quarterback, Nick Foles. Now this interview happened after Nick helped lead the Eagles to their Super Bowl Championship in 2018, where he was also named the game’s MVP. But what you’ll see is that even in spite of his incredible accomplishments, Nick’s sense of past failures and mistakes is never too far from his mind. Nick reveals his constant battles with self-doubt and a fear of failure. In fact, it was this fear that almost kept him out of the NFL entirely. But through his faith and his family, Nick found a greater sense of purpose and strength that have helped him move forward. And he’s even adopted an entirely new perspective when it comes to fear. He’s a firm believer that if he hadn’t experienced failure and pain in his past, he wouldn’t be where he is today. And along his journey, he’s seen how immensely important it is to be open, honest and transparent about your weaknesses. Because by acknowledging and even embracing your deepest fears, you actually free yourself, and can then grow into the person you were meant to be.
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Pratyaksh Katiyar

Amazing ❤️❤️

Jul 5th
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Nick Jones

Does he repeat pretty much everything he said on the Joe Rogan podcast or not? Because I'm not wasting 55 minutes on it!

Jun 30th
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Gordon W

great message about mental conditioning here. We practice and we prepare knowing our end result before we step up and deliver making the "game" just part of a process we learned through repitition and self mastery. Hit play on this and it spoke right into life for me. Thank you.

Jun 26th
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Fereshteh A

he's a man why r u lying? why r u saying she's a woman?! ok he likes to b a woman he behaves like a woman but he's a he not a she and that's obvious his voice is absolutely a man's voice.

May 31st
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Fereshteh A

SPeed_FANat1c sorry I didn't get what you meant

Jun 17th
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SPeed_FANat1c

Fereshteh A i always thought his voice was womans voice. but sick achievements. i also have people in my circle who keep saying i will not be able to achieve something. they are demotivating. and they even are very good at what they do for living. its not fair when they can achieve so much when they have such mindset.

Jun 8th
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Niclas Daniels

Interesting info on #cryotherapy, #redLightTherapy and #pulseTherapy

May 24th
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Armando Aguilar

I'm not able to find Conor interview anyone

May 20th
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Joseph Campbell

yes same thing here

May 19th
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Ryan Kissane

Won't play/download for me, anyone else having the same problem?

May 17th
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Asa Beaney

absolutely brilliant. self made man, good on you Connor, tis a new side to you.

May 17th
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

This is exactly why NO doctor should ever tell someone how long they have. Never.

May 16th
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

When was this recorded?? Anyone?

May 16th
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Nick Jones

Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith December 2015 I believe

Jul 16th
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G Tilley

Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith End of 2015

Jul 11th
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Simplee Alma

Wow... what a beautiful SOUL! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

May 13th
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Simplee Alma

By reaching for your 1% MORE, you're gonna blow your #'s through the roof... 'cause you won't just SETTLE for that 1%! Your STATE, CERTAINTY x ENERGY control your EXECUTION! 🙌🏼😌💕

May 12th
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Wilhem Self

Hmmm, not addressing real issues for women...minority women, not i-went-to-private-school-i-live-in-new-york women. I love Tony Robbins, but as a minority, woman entrepreneur, there are REAL limitations to opportunities I can access.

May 11th
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RICARDO ANDRADE

Wilhem Self good job!

May 11th
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Cynthia Nuce

Love Mickey! See you soon at TOU..

Apr 10th
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Judith Cecilia

Life changing! I listened this when I needed the most. Please let me know where can i find the course. Thank you so much

Mar 24th
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Lucy Moran

Love to chat to Noah.

Mar 18th
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Celine

YOU ARE AMAZING TONY👍❤

Mar 13th
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Shreyansh Das

wow

Mar 8th
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praisan padungweang

ยส

Mar 8th
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