60: How to Become Financially Free with Tony Robbins

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Tony Robbins talks fast. Conversing with him is like riding Space Mountain: You get in, you hang on, and before you know it, it’s over and you’re left feeling bewildered, slightly euphoric, and wanting to smooth your hair.

Robbins has become a household name as the man who popularized life coaching. Imagine your client list including Oprah, Princess Diana, and Bill Clinton—all before you hit your mid- 30s. He’s spoken to more than 50 million people in 100 countries. To call Tony Robbins just a self-help guru would be like calling Muhammad Ali just a boxer. It doesn’t quite cut it. He is a force of nature, an industry, and a global brand. His advice is still sought by the likes of professional athletes, CEOs, movie stars, rappers and world leaders.

When Foundr interrupted Robbins’ schedule for an interview, he was 40 miles from the Arctic Circle, racing Lamborghinis across a frozen ice lake. As you do. “I was eaten up by my crazy schedule, going to 15 countries a year, so I decided, ‘I’m going to find a little time to play,’ and this was on my list. So it’s nice to be able to experience it.”

It’s a fitting vacation. Robbins is best known for his high-intensity seminars. To say he’s bursting with enthusiasm is an understatement. It seems as though he’s sitting atop an erupting volcano of energy and optimism. His voice is booming, with its trademark rasp. He makes each point with the force of an artillery bombardment.

In this interview you will learn:

How to deduce your market to the metrics that matter

The steps you need to take in order to be financially free

Turning past pain into pure motivation and a hunger for success

Tony's ethos in living for impact, and how the money will follow

How to serve your client in the best possible way

& much more!

  • https://www.ilobby.co iLobby

    Nice. Been following Tony for many years. Went to his Fiji Island for DWD (Date with Destiny). Unbelievable! Walked on hot coals, did the whole thing. Listened to the Money book on Audible and thought the Ray Dalio info was great. Recently discovered that Brendon Buchard was also a big follower. These guys know how to put on a big, party seminar with exponential energy. So I started listening to Personal Power II on the way to Code for America Summit in Oakland. – Serendipity. Thanks.

  • Rlpgbr

    Fantastic podcast! One of the best ever!

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      Thanks @rlpgbr:disqus Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  • http://niklasgoeke.com/ Niklas Göke

    Wow, he really stepped up his game with the charity there! Great interview! Loved the one-liners 🙂

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      I know right @ngoeke:disqus – Tony was very generous with his time and shared SO MUCH GOLD!

  • Sara

    It’s great !! Best interview ever ! It helps me alot I love it ! Keep on 🙂

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      @Sara_uonly:disqus, thank you so much! Warms my heart to hear how much this has helped you! It’s certainly up there as one of my favourite interviews!

  • Aurorah

    OMG… This interview has me in tears literally! There are so many take aways that the listener must replay this a few times a day. Out of the many moving points, the two that really hit home for me are the quality of life and the need for a CFO. I’m at the crossroads in this area of my business and my life. Nathan you have out done yourself and I’m grateful that you were persistent until Tony made himself available to you. I’m sharing this interview with everyone that I know. Entrepreneur or not because there are way too many golden nuggets here!

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      @disqus_cCkJEoC09B:disqus – I’m speechless. Lost for words. All I can say is I’m so grateful and appreciative that this interview has been so game changing for you! Thank you so much for spreading the word. You rock! At Foundr we’re here to help however we can 🙂

      Stay awesome!

  • http://www.practicalidealist.net/ Robert James Collier

    Great interview! I’ll be listening to this a couple more times to absorb the advice and recommendations provided… great job!

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      Thank you so much @RobertJamesCollier:disqus – Tony shared so much GOLD with us hey!

  • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

    Hey @johnthib:disqus. So COOL! He’s the best hey!!


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