Published on Jun 5, 2017
Tony Robbins: How to Live Life on Your Own Terms ft Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Earl Nightingale
Life is too short to be living anybody else’s life other than yours!
What is the single force that shapes the quality of our lives? What power do we have that can change everything?
As you and I both know, the answer is the power of choice. During the past 30 years I’ve had the privilege of working with an incredibly diverse group of people, from presidents of countries to professional athletes, from managers to moms, from gang members to high-powered business executives. I’ve had the unique opportunity to see people in the midst of real challenges, whether it’s the professional athlete who wants to regain his competitive edge, the business leader who wants to expand her influence or the political leader who struggles with a difficult decision.
I may not have all the answers (who does?), but after working with so many people and observing the patterns that make them succeed or fail, one thing I am sure of is this: It is our decisions, not our conditions, that determine the quality of our lives. Take a look at your own life. Are you where you want to be? Are you as healthy or financially secure or as happy in your relationships as you would like to be? Or, even if things are going well, are you looking for that extra edge to retain the competitive advantage? Perhaps you feel that in spite of your success, there’s more out there for you, but for some reason, you haven’t grasped it yet. Your first instinct may be to blame the economy, or the housing market, or someone who has treated you unfairly.
Before we go any further, we need to understand that we are where we are today because of the decisions we’ve made—decisions about what to focus on, decisions about where to place our priorities, decisions about what things mean and decisions about what to do. For example, if your business or career has been affected by the recession, do you feel that you are being punished or challenged to find a new path? What are you going to do about it? Are you going to give up or give more? No matter what we have experienced in the past, our history is not our destiny—we all have the power to make new decisions today.
Here’s another way to look at it: Success is a result of good judgment; good judgment is a result of experience, in most cases. And what about experience? Yes, experience is most often a result of bad judgment. So here’s the good news: The experience gained from bad judgment and bad decisions is unbelievably valuable—it’s priceless! So don’t waste time beating yourself up over poor decisions you’ve made; learn from the experiences. Really, failure is actually one of the best ways we learn. When people succeed, they celebrate. When they fail, they ponder. They stop and think, What happened here? What could I have done differently? It’s only through self-evaluation that we learn how to make better decisions. So, when you make mistakes, learn from them; use your experience to improve your judgment and make better decisions.
Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Earl Nightingale
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COMMENTS • 9
krystal Marie6 hours ago
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PK Tazer20 hours ago
You lucky people who have had the priviledge to grow up in America.
dudewat21220 hours ago
The power to: DECIDE.
Troy Hagen21 hours ago
Great video again… THANKS..
Konain Shah1 day ago
I love this one!
Mirza Borogovac1 hour ago
Very inspiring! I should note that changing yourself is not easy.
Gabriel D. Kirchner1 hour ago
What’s the music in this video? :)
FeelGood Within10 hours ago
Thankx for sharing!!! gr8 tips
Wayne Sutton21 hours ago