Why we do what we do | Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins discusses the “invisible forces” that make us do what we do — and high-fives Al Gore in the front row. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best …


  1. TONY IS THE MAAAN. Great help for me. I've taken all of Tony's advice, jump out of my comfort zone and now I'm on target to make my financial success! I've even just created my youtube channel to follow my progress. My first vlog will be releasing next week. I would love some support/feedback so please hit subscribe and check it out. 😊

  2. Christmas





    ten seconds

    Please God make Toni more and more famous

    some time when very difficult Tony's advices so helpful
    Tony God bless you
    Tony God bless you

    what focus on



    Rosa Parks






  3. I've watched this video because I have this bias against Tony Robbins. I've also watched his documentary on Netflix. What bothers me is that from what I've seen and read, there seems to be no science behind what he teaches and claims. Unless you count personal development (Napoleon Hill, Jim Rohn, Bob Proctor) as science which is not science. And this video only proved me right.

    I'm actually reading about positive psychology to learn about what truly makes us happy and gives us meaning and things seem to be more complicated than Tony Robbins always makes it seem.

    I also get the feeling that he focuses on emotion so much because it's something that's easier for him to influence than to talk about real science and change people's minds and ingrained belief systems.

    The 6 needs he talks about seem to be just Maslow's needs with different names and slightly different meanings so that he has his own theory to talk about.

    I think that he's charismatic and very confident and many people are swayed by this. Also, he talks too much about feelings for someone who claims he is not a motivational speaker.

    Do you also believe that what he does is not scientific and more like good stories that can persuade some people?

  4. He said "this year, we provided meals to 2 million people."
    In 2018, his foundation provided meals for 250 million. God bless this incredible human being

  5. A lot of people are making fun of Tony saying Lance Armstrong had won the Tour de France seven times because of his psychological strength, since later it turned out he was on steroids? But doesn't Tony's point stil hold true, as almost all of his competitors used steroids as well? I'm mean it must have been something else differentiating him from the rest.

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