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The Tony Robbins Podcast

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The Tony Robbins Podcast
The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

Tony Robbins

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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.

Latest Episodes

How to overcome the most unfathomable odds | Unleashing the gift of drive

Two decades ago, Gabi Lazinger got lost in Katmandu – and never left. Since then, she's committed her life to rescuing children in Nepal that would otherwise be left behind. You'll hear how Gabi's internal drive has helped her overcome tremendous setbacks, and save lives. You'll also hear from a man named Al Eisaian, who immigrated to the U.S. from Iran in the late 1970s, by himself, at just 13 years old. Having experienced food insecurity growing up, Al used his own struggle to not only overcome his hardships – but to do good for others by setting out to solve the world's looming agriculture crisis. Learn more about the gift of drive at www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.

29 MIN1 d ago
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How to overcome the most unfathomable odds | Unleashing the gift of drive

How to have the emotional strength to handle anything | Mastering the gift of emotion

At 31, Kris Carr, the best-selling author of Crazy Sexy Cancer, was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. Her battle to survive was not just a physical one – the emotional journey she took was remarkable. You'll hear from Kris, and you'll also witness a one-on-one session between Tony and a client who must learn how to separate from his stress. Tony helps him tap into the higher part of himself that is more than his emotion, and more than just his thoughts. Finally, Emilee Garfield of the Cancer Core Recovery Project, shares her own experience, and how she is helping others heal through her "movement as medicine" philosophy. Learn more about the gift of emotion at www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.

30 MIN6 d ago
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How to have the emotional strength to handle anything | Mastering the gift of emotion

The 10 Gifts of Life | Introducing the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast

We've all been given the gift of being human, which gives us the beautiful capacity to live, to love, to grow and to give. We have the gift of drive, the insatiable hunger to succeed. We have the gift of love, the unlimited power to care for and connect with others with our fullest hearts. And we have the gift of consciousness, the unique ability to choose our thoughts and to live in a beautiful state. Even our problems are gifts – at times, they are the ultimate gift, because they give us the ability to broaden our perspective and discover parts of ourselves that have lay dormant for so long. In the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast, we're exploring the 10 gifts of life. You’ll hear Tony explain each gift, and stories of true heroes that illustrate how they show up in real life.

4 MIN1 w ago
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The 10 Gifts of Life | Introducing the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast

Cracking the code on company culture | How to turn lukewarm customers into raving fans, and disengaged employees into high-performing teams

Hear from Tony on what it takes to create a raving fan culturein business, both internally and externally. You’ll also hear from two highly respected authors and researchers: David Meerman Scott, a marketing growth strategist who has uncovered the building blocks of what makes people raving fans of certain organizations, and Daniel Coyle – who has dedicated his career to writing about the highest performing people, and cultures, on the planet.

53 MIN2 w ago
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Cracking the code on company culture | How to turn lukewarm customers into raving fans, and disengaged employees into high-performing teams

Perfect is the enemy of good | Waze founder Uri Levine on gaining momentum to create, fund and scale a successful company

In this episode, Uri shares some of his key learnings from the Waze startup journey; from starting from scratch to a successful exit. You'll alsohear the processes that he applies when he starts up or advises any company –like figuring out product-market fit, his strategy behind hiring a winning founding team, and how he allocates his time in each stage of the startup process. He also talks about something that is difficult for every business owner – when it’s time to let people go. Uri is interviewed by Scott Harris, a coach, mentor and a speaker at many of Tony’s events, including Business Mastery, Tony’s signature business event.

30 MINOCT 8
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Perfect is the enemy of good | Waze founder Uri Levine on gaining momentum to create, fund and scale a successful company

Part 2: The most successful founder in history | Tony interviews Bill Gross, founder of Idealab, about his strategies for success and vision for the future

Last week on The Tony Robbins Podcast, you heard from Bill Gross, one of the most successful founders in HISTORY. In part 2 of the episode, you’ll hear Tony interview Bill about his top strategies for success as an entrepreneur – including how to raise capital, the best ways to incentivize employees for performance, and what has made his tech incubator, Idealab, so effective. If you’re a business owner or an investor looking for future trends, you’re going to want to pay close attention, because Bill weighs in on his vision for the future, and tells us about the three technology applications that he believes will unlock human potential and opportunity for economic growth.

23 MINOCT 1
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Part 2: The most successful founder in history | Tony interviews Bill Gross, founder of Idealab, about his strategies for success and vision for the future

The most successful unicorn founder in history | Bill Gross shares the top 3 things he’s learned from growing 7 companies from zero to $1 billion

In this episode of the Tony Robbins podcast, you'll hear from Bill Gross – an entrepreneur who has personally started and exited from 7 COMPANIES valued at more than $1 BILLION each — that’s more than double tech investor Elon Musk. He is truly one of the greatest unicorn founders of all time. Bill looks for opportunities that are BIG and broken and then brainstorms technology solutions to fix them. Twenty-three years ago, he started Idealab, a company that Tony Robbins is involved with today. In part one of this podcast episode, you’re going to hear Bill’s top lessons of all-time as a serial entrepreneur, and then later in part 2, you’ll hear Tony's interview with him – where he shares his advice on raising capital, how to pitch investors, and his vision for the future – and how that affects your business and your career.

31 MINSEP 23
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The most successful unicorn founder in history | Bill Gross shares the top 3 things he’s learned from growing 7 companies from zero to $1 billion

Democratizing luxury | How Rent the Runway changed the way we shop and grew to a $1B company – an interview with co founder Jenny Fleiss

Jenny Fleiss created Rent the Runway, a company now valued at $1 billion, in the wake of the most severe economic recession the United States has seen since the Great Depression. When everyone else was panicking in 2008 and 2009, Jenny and co founder Jennifer Hyman saw an opportunity. The problem they were trying to solve was simple enough: Looking into your closet and realizing you don’t have anything to wear to an important event, like a wedding, but don’t have the budget to buy something new. So they innovated, and created an entirely NEW way to shop by allowing women to rent designer clothing, online, for a fraction of what it actually costs. Today, the rental, or sharing economy is booming – companies like WeWork, REI, and Zipcar make it possible for us to experience something, without the cost of ownership. But to put this in perspective, nothing like this existed at the time. Jenny shares how she and her co founder got Rent the Runway up and running –and how they grew the...

26 MINSEP 18
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Democratizing luxury | How Rent the Runway changed the way we shop and grew to a $1B company – an interview with co founder Jenny Fleiss

From hot dog cart to hospitality empire | How Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, became the greatest restaurateur NYC has ever seen

As founder and CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group and Shake Shack, Danny Meyer has grown his empire to include some of New York’s most beloved and acclaimed restaurants and cafes. Together, Danny’s restaurants and team have won an unprecedented 28 James Beard Awards – the food industry’s highest honor. But it’s not just great food that sets Danny’s restaurants apart from the rest. It’s what people experience and feel when they’re eating there. In fact, Danny Meyer’s story is a remarkable testament to the sheer power of hospitality. In this episode, we explore the unique and celebrated culture of hospitality that Danny has created. He shares with Tony how he’s managed to scale that culture across Union Square Hospitality Group, as well as Shake Shack, the fast-casual restaurant Danny founded back in 2001. With Danny at the helm, what started as a single hot dog cart in Madison Square Garden is now a publicly traded company with over 250 locations and 6,000 employees. Lis...

40 MINSEP 2
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From hot dog cart to hospitality empire | How Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, became the greatest restaurateur NYC has ever seen

Masters of Business | An introduction to the new business season from Tony Robbins

Next up on the Tony Robbins Podcast is the Masters of Business series, where we’re bringing you a collection of interviews and stories from today’s most respected entrepreneurs in hospitality, technology, retail, and marketing. You’ll also get an inside look into the strategy and mindset that Tony has used to grow his own businesses – which together, have combined sales of more than 5 billion dollars a year. Stay tuned in for the first episode of the series, where Tony talks to Danny Meyer, the founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, which is the parent company of Shake Shack and many well-known New York City restaurants.

6 MINAUG 30
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Masters of Business | An introduction to the new business season from Tony Robbins

Latest Episodes

How to overcome the most unfathomable odds | Unleashing the gift of drive

Two decades ago, Gabi Lazinger got lost in Katmandu – and never left. Since then, she's committed her life to rescuing children in Nepal that would otherwise be left behind. You'll hear how Gabi's internal drive has helped her overcome tremendous setbacks, and save lives. You'll also hear from a man named Al Eisaian, who immigrated to the U.S. from Iran in the late 1970s, by himself, at just 13 years old. Having experienced food insecurity growing up, Al used his own struggle to not only overcome his hardships – but to do good for others by setting out to solve the world's looming agriculture crisis. Learn more about the gift of drive at www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.

29 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How to overcome the most unfathomable odds | Unleashing the gift of drive

How to have the emotional strength to handle anything | Mastering the gift of emotion

At 31, Kris Carr, the best-selling author of Crazy Sexy Cancer, was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. Her battle to survive was not just a physical one – the emotional journey she took was remarkable. You'll hear from Kris, and you'll also witness a one-on-one session between Tony and a client who must learn how to separate from his stress. Tony helps him tap into the higher part of himself that is more than his emotion, and more than just his thoughts. Finally, Emilee Garfield of the Cancer Core Recovery Project, shares her own experience, and how she is helping others heal through her "movement as medicine" philosophy. Learn more about the gift of emotion at www.tonyrobbins.com/gifts.

30 MIN6 d ago
Comments
How to have the emotional strength to handle anything | Mastering the gift of emotion

The 10 Gifts of Life | Introducing the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast

We've all been given the gift of being human, which gives us the beautiful capacity to live, to love, to grow and to give. We have the gift of drive, the insatiable hunger to succeed. We have the gift of love, the unlimited power to care for and connect with others with our fullest hearts. And we have the gift of consciousness, the unique ability to choose our thoughts and to live in a beautiful state. Even our problems are gifts – at times, they are the ultimate gift, because they give us the ability to broaden our perspective and discover parts of ourselves that have lay dormant for so long. In the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast, we're exploring the 10 gifts of life. You’ll hear Tony explain each gift, and stories of true heroes that illustrate how they show up in real life.

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The 10 Gifts of Life | Introducing the Force for Good season of The Tony Robbins Podcast

Cracking the code on company culture | How to turn lukewarm customers into raving fans, and disengaged employees into high-performing teams

Hear from Tony on what it takes to create a raving fan culturein business, both internally and externally. You’ll also hear from two highly respected authors and researchers: David Meerman Scott, a marketing growth strategist who has uncovered the building blocks of what makes people raving fans of certain organizations, and Daniel Coyle – who has dedicated his career to writing about the highest performing people, and cultures, on the planet.

53 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Cracking the code on company culture | How to turn lukewarm customers into raving fans, and disengaged employees into high-performing teams

Perfect is the enemy of good | Waze founder Uri Levine on gaining momentum to create, fund and scale a successful company

In this episode, Uri shares some of his key learnings from the Waze startup journey; from starting from scratch to a successful exit. You'll alsohear the processes that he applies when he starts up or advises any company –like figuring out product-market fit, his strategy behind hiring a winning founding team, and how he allocates his time in each stage of the startup process. He also talks about something that is difficult for every business owner – when it’s time to let people go. Uri is interviewed by Scott Harris, a coach, mentor and a speaker at many of Tony’s events, including Business Mastery, Tony’s signature business event.

30 MINOCT 8
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Perfect is the enemy of good | Waze founder Uri Levine on gaining momentum to create, fund and scale a successful company

Part 2: The most successful founder in history | Tony interviews Bill Gross, founder of Idealab, about his strategies for success and vision for the future

Last week on The Tony Robbins Podcast, you heard from Bill Gross, one of the most successful founders in HISTORY. In part 2 of the episode, you’ll hear Tony interview Bill about his top strategies for success as an entrepreneur – including how to raise capital, the best ways to incentivize employees for performance, and what has made his tech incubator, Idealab, so effective. If you’re a business owner or an investor looking for future trends, you’re going to want to pay close attention, because Bill weighs in on his vision for the future, and tells us about the three technology applications that he believes will unlock human potential and opportunity for economic growth.

23 MINOCT 1
Comments
Part 2: The most successful founder in history | Tony interviews Bill Gross, founder of Idealab, about his strategies for success and vision for the future

The most successful unicorn founder in history | Bill Gross shares the top 3 things he’s learned from growing 7 companies from zero to $1 billion

In this episode of the Tony Robbins podcast, you'll hear from Bill Gross – an entrepreneur who has personally started and exited from 7 COMPANIES valued at more than $1 BILLION each — that’s more than double tech investor Elon Musk. He is truly one of the greatest unicorn founders of all time. Bill looks for opportunities that are BIG and broken and then brainstorms technology solutions to fix them. Twenty-three years ago, he started Idealab, a company that Tony Robbins is involved with today. In part one of this podcast episode, you’re going to hear Bill’s top lessons of all-time as a serial entrepreneur, and then later in part 2, you’ll hear Tony's interview with him – where he shares his advice on raising capital, how to pitch investors, and his vision for the future – and how that affects your business and your career.

31 MINSEP 23
Comments
The most successful unicorn founder in history | Bill Gross shares the top 3 things he’s learned from growing 7 companies from zero to $1 billion

Democratizing luxury | How Rent the Runway changed the way we shop and grew to a $1B company – an interview with co founder Jenny Fleiss

Jenny Fleiss created Rent the Runway, a company now valued at $1 billion, in the wake of the most severe economic recession the United States has seen since the Great Depression. When everyone else was panicking in 2008 and 2009, Jenny and co founder Jennifer Hyman saw an opportunity. The problem they were trying to solve was simple enough: Looking into your closet and realizing you don’t have anything to wear to an important event, like a wedding, but don’t have the budget to buy something new. So they innovated, and created an entirely NEW way to shop by allowing women to rent designer clothing, online, for a fraction of what it actually costs. Today, the rental, or sharing economy is booming – companies like WeWork, REI, and Zipcar make it possible for us to experience something, without the cost of ownership. But to put this in perspective, nothing like this existed at the time. Jenny shares how she and her co founder got Rent the Runway up and running –and how they grew the...

26 MINSEP 18
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Democratizing luxury | How Rent the Runway changed the way we shop and grew to a $1B company – an interview with co founder Jenny Fleiss

From hot dog cart to hospitality empire | How Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, became the greatest restaurateur NYC has ever seen

As founder and CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group and Shake Shack, Danny Meyer has grown his empire to include some of New York’s most beloved and acclaimed restaurants and cafes. Together, Danny’s restaurants and team have won an unprecedented 28 James Beard Awards – the food industry’s highest honor. But it’s not just great food that sets Danny’s restaurants apart from the rest. It’s what people experience and feel when they’re eating there. In fact, Danny Meyer’s story is a remarkable testament to the sheer power of hospitality. In this episode, we explore the unique and celebrated culture of hospitality that Danny has created. He shares with Tony how he’s managed to scale that culture across Union Square Hospitality Group, as well as Shake Shack, the fast-casual restaurant Danny founded back in 2001. With Danny at the helm, what started as a single hot dog cart in Madison Square Garden is now a publicly traded company with over 250 locations and 6,000 employees. Lis...

40 MINSEP 2
Comments
From hot dog cart to hospitality empire | How Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, became the greatest restaurateur NYC has ever seen

Masters of Business | An introduction to the new business season from Tony Robbins

Next up on the Tony Robbins Podcast is the Masters of Business series, where we’re bringing you a collection of interviews and stories from today’s most respected entrepreneurs in hospitality, technology, retail, and marketing. You’ll also get an inside look into the strategy and mindset that Tony has used to grow his own businesses – which together, have combined sales of more than 5 billion dollars a year. Stay tuned in for the first episode of the series, where Tony talks to Danny Meyer, the founder of Union Square Hospitality Group, which is the parent company of Shake Shack and many well-known New York City restaurants.

6 MINAUG 30
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Masters of Business | An introduction to the new business season from Tony Robbins
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