A few months back, I invested in a trip to Chicago and spent four days with peak performance coach Tony Robbins.
If you don’t know Robbins or his work, he is worth knowing. He grew up in a household with little money, often experiencing holidays with no food and a rotating door of four absent fathers.
His career took shape in the early 1980s as he walked on the beach, 40 pounds overweight, listening to the tune “Barracuda” and feeling a big change was needed.
At the age of 19, after working with other legendary speakers like Jim Rohn, Robbin’s path of success included conducting seminars, radio shows, writing books, and coaching.