Tony Robbins Relationship Advice for Women – Full HD

Tony Robbins Relationship Advice for Women - Full HD

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►About Tony Robbins: Tony Robbins is is an American motivational speaker , Tony Robbins is an personal finance instructor, and Tony Robbins is self-help author. Tony Robbins became well known from Tony Robbins’s infomercials and self-help books: Unlimited Power, Unleash the Power Within and Awaken the Giant Within.
In 2007, Tony Robbins was named in Forbes magazine’s “Celebrity 100” list. Forbes estimated that Tony Robbins earned approximately US million in that year.
►Early life of Tony Robbins:
Tony Robbins was born Anthony J. Mahavorick in North Hollywood, California, on February 29, 1960.Tony Robbins is the eldest of three children and his parents divorced when Tony Robbins was 7. Tony Robbins’s mother then had a series of husbands, including Jim Robbins, a former semi-professional baseball player who legally adopted Anthony when Tony Robbins was 12.

His father couldn’t provide for their family so Tony Robbins left them. Tony Robbins’s mother started abusing alcohol and prescription drugs sometime after. While growing up, Tony Robbins was a primary care-giver, and helped provide for his siblings. Tony Robbins was raised in Azusa and Glendora, California, and attended Glendora High School. Tony Robbins was elected student body president in Tony Robbins’s senior year, and grew 10 inches in high school, a growth spurt later attributed to a pituitary tumor. Tony Robbins has said his home life was “chaotic” and “abusive.” When Tony Robbins was 17 years old, Tony Robbins’s mother chased Tony Robbins out of the house with a knife, and Tony Robbins never returned. Tony Robbins later worked as a janitor, and did not attend college.
►Tony robbins careers:
Tony Robbins began his career promoting seminars for Jim Rohn. According to Tony Robbins, Rohn taught him that, “The secret to life is to come up with a way to add the most value — you must find a way to do more for others than anybody else is doing. Happiness and success in life are not the result of what we have, but rather how we live and what we give.”

Later, Tony Robbins began his own work as a self-help coach. Tony Robbins taught neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and Ericksonian Hypnosis after training with NLP co-founder John Grinder. In 1983, Tony Robbins learned to firewalk from Tolly Burkan and began to incorporate it into Tony Robbins’s seminars.Tony Robbins usage of board breaking, skydiving, and later firewalking in Tony Robbins’s seminars is intended to help participants learn to push through their fears.

Tony Robbins promoted Tony Robbins’s services as a “peak performance coach” through Tony Robbins’s books and TV infomercials. Tony Robbins’s first infomercial, Personal Power, was released in 1988 and produced by Guthy Renker. Early infomercials featured celebrities such as Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton and actor Martin Sheen. By 1991, an estimated 100 million Americans in 200 media markets had viewed his informercials.

In 1997, Tony Robbins began the Leadership Academy seminar.Tony Robbins is a featured speaker on the seminar circuit sponsored by Learning Annex. Tony Robbins appeared as a featured speaker at the 2007 Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) conference. As of August 2012, Tony Robbins’s talk was the sixth most popular TED talk.

Tony Robbins is involved with the Tony Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, which focuses on personal, family and organizational psychology, and claims to help people “find breakthrough strategies and solutions for overcoming the problems that confront us all.”

In 2014, Tony Robbins along with a group investors including Magic Johnson, Mia Hamm, and Peter Guber acquired rights to launch a Major League Soccer franchise in Los Angeles, California. The soccer team is scheduled to begin competition in 2017.
►Tony Robbins Authorship
Tony Robbins has written three best-selling books: Unlimited Power, Awaken the Giant Within, and Money: Master the Game.
Relationship advice for men and dating advice from women who happen to be beautiful and know lots of things you don’t know about what women want from …30 Relationship Tips For Women Who Love Men. on Tuesday, 11 September 2012. Some thoughts to make you smile, perhaps rethink your current choices, ..Relationship Advice, Love Relationship Advice – Savvy Miss is an Online Community for Women offering Free Information, Advice and Tips for Women.
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20 Responses to Tony Robbins Relationship Advice for Women – Full HD

  1. Susannah Usov says:

    Thankyou :)

  2. Azadeh Bararsani says:

    Tony usually says good thing, but he talks a lot about himself! Hello .. I listen to you because I want to figure out how to resolve a problem in my life, not how great you are.

  3. Leila G says:

    Presence yes, but active listening is at the heart of that presence. Men and women both have difficulty with real listening… it has be a mutual give and take.

  4. Priscilla Nemger says:

    I love him. 😍💖😙

  5. Maithili Murthy says:

    so true …… women need a man who is present for them.

  6. Damar Riwu says:

    the True in relationships is find the people are the same needs. is problem when have different needs and believe can't be understood one and another. my habbit is like a boy but when I meet with the boys not the same my habbit they tell me I am different and when I meet with boy's are have the habit like me they really understand to having fun and playing together.

  7. Maria Esteves says:

    So true!!!

  8. noura abbas says:

    How can passion disappear? And why? What can a couple do to get it back especially when they love each other
    It's painful coz it makes me feel helpless
    Any suggestions?

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  10. Ilianna Silva says:

    so true!!!

  11. adrienne gellman says:


  12. pinky1068 says:

    Tony I LOVE YOU I have to tell u i typically get bored and cut people off at the knees when they talk too long but i could listen to u talk about anything forever, u REALLY Inspire me and make SO much sense! I WISH i could find a man that was "present" not a liar and wants something real like years ago but it doesnt seem that way anymore these days and w/ me being 47 already (never married or kids) Im old school and want what MY parents have but really feel like giving up hope lately and I've have had bariatric surgery and lost 130lbs I'm SUCH a strong/courageous person (not to pay myself on the back but sometimes wonder if maybe THAT is whats pushing the men away i honestly dont know anymore, wish i could meet u and u could help me…

  13. A Traveling Broad says:

    The comment about a man being present is so true! My boyfriend is physically there but not present and its very frustrating. It makes me feel disrespected and not valued. His phone seems more important than me.

  14. Fran Smith says:

    I wish my husband watched this a long time ago. I sent him the link hope it watches.

  15. Esther Bautista says:

    I agree Tony. I was saying this to my spouse. He did not seem to understand what I was talking about. In my case, I find him too busy trying to create wealth than to examine these deeper issues. In one sense you can't fault him for that.

  16. berryfairy68 says:

    Awesome 😆

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  19. Ali Martin says:

    Please post the source links that were used to make this video.

  20. truelove says:

    This is a wonderful message. Only small issue I felt was when Tony used the word "own" about men feeling they own their woman, though I know what he meant. He meant about the man feeling positive feelings that he's in-tune with his partner, but I just don't care for the choice of words thinking a man might take it the wrong way. Everything was on-key though. :)