Brian Tracy Vemma

Tony Robbins is undoubtedly among the most successful and motivational personal development entrepreneurs in the world today. Very simply, when you read Tony Robbins books, there is no doubt that you will be learning and growing by the minute. Seriously, just look at what such a simple Google search for his name yields: You know who Tony Robbins is, but if you do not, then go look. Tony Robbins is without a doubt one of the greatest entrepreneurs in the world today. He’s not just a motivator and a good speaker, but he’s also a great mentor, a fantastic teacher, a great guide and essentially, a rock star.

When Tony Robbins launched his famous television series, The millionaires’ club, in the early 1990s, many thought it was going to be a huge flop. This was partly because there was so much negativity surrounding the program, which failed to generate any substantial viewership. And this, as it turned out, was really an advantage for Tony Robbins and the millionaire mind power idea. Because of the negative reaction to the show, people began to see Tony Robbins as a genuine person and not just some kind of self-promoting televangelist.

The fifth Turning of the wheel book, subtitled,”How to be Your Own Tony Robbins,” gives us an insight to what really makes people tick, and making them want to become more like Tony Robbins. Additionally, it shows us the secret formula for achieving success that the author found through the years. With the help of his friend, Neil Strauss, Tony Robbins used the insights from this book to create the now popular Tony Robbins method, commonly referred to as the TWRI. With the support of the recently created, 12 step program, Tony Robbins can literally turn anybody (including you!)

“The Fourth Turning of the Wheel: A Secret Formula to Become a Respected Leader in Life and Business,” by Tony Robbins and Jay Abraham, provides another great peek at what’s Actually inside Tony Robbins. The authors provide inside information on what actually motivates Tony Robbins, why he’s so good at what he does, and how he thinks and behaves. They also give us insight into what it really takes to make a big-time alive being a speaker, in addition to how to get your ideas, regardless of how good they may be, in the appropriate hands. All of this is accomplished via the use of a secret formula that Tony Robbins devised while he was trying to cope with chronic pain stemming from a car accident.

Tony Robbins was a successful car accident attorney before he found success with his motivational speaking career. After a car accident that left him with serious injuries, Robbins decided he would go into the legal profession as a lawyer. While attending law school, Robbins took a philosophy course that dealt with doctrine and legal problems. One night, while reading an article in the New York Times on the topic of chronic pain and its effects on the wellbeing, Robbins came across a case of a man who’d gotten compensation for the suffering due to a car accident. The article led Robbins to begin studying philosophy and becoming a chronic pain advocate.

Tony Robbins has done many things with his life besides becoming a frequent keynote speaker, author of numerous books, and an icon of self love. But for all of Robbins’ success, his main role has always been as a teacher. He has delivered hundreds of thousands of discussions and has helped millions of people overcome various kinds of challenges. This is the theme of The 4th Turning of the Wheel, as Robbins guides us through what he refers to as the”cycles of excellence.” What exactly is meant by the”cycles of excellence?”

Tony Robbins refers to these cycles as the four stages of life. We experience these cycles at different times in our lives. By way of instance, at one time we are happy, healthy, secure, successful – and so on. However, as the cycle progresses, we go from one level of the happy experience to another as we get farther away from the sense of security and stability. At one stage, we could even get so close to achieving our security and stability that we get carried away by ego and begin to prioritize ourselves over others, which normally leads us to do things which are counter-productive.

In this process, Tony Robbins’ Cycle of Excellence serves as a reminder that we need to continually focus on building on the positive experiences in our past life – the stuff that makes us feel great. This is what will fuel us through the ebb and flow of life. And Tony Robbins knows that if we feel good enough in any given moment, then we’re also capable of experiencing great things in the future. So put yourself in Tony Robbins’ shoes – what do you do when you’re not happy or feeling secure?