Get over it, Tony Robbins

isn't that the advise that you would give if this happened to someone else

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In 1989 I attended a public speaking seminar in a hotel where I was staying somewhere in Long Beach, California because I had a few days off between tours, and I was bored. I was a tour guide at the time, taking people from Switzerland all over the US. The person who presented this said seminar was, brace yourselves: The one and only Tony Robbins…

At the end of this seminar day, I thought that this guy was a total nut job, a freak who thought he knew it all, and at the same time, he had said something to me that I needed to hear, the fact that I was in charge of my life and if I wanted to achieve something, I would have to understand that I have “Unlimited Power”, that’s the book written by Tony, which I promptly bought and still have, I wish I would have made him sign it for me. Of course, later on, I also bought “Awaken the giant within” and I have been following Tony Robbins all my life. There are many other people who wrote books on empowerment and personal development, including myself, but in my case, the people who empowered me most were Dr. Joseph Murphy, who told me about the power of my subconscious mind and Tony Robbins who taught me how to use it.

It would be wrong to say that Tony Robbins changed my life because nobody can change your life but yourself. Reading a book or attending a seminar will motivate you but the work needs to be done by each and every one of us, every day, all our lives. Life is a continuous learning process with many ups and downs, and I believe that the secret to life is to learn how to react to negative events because they happen to all of us. I have learned that, and when people tell me that I am always lucky, it makes me smile because I know that nobody is born lucky or unlucky, I have learned that the real causes of good or bad luck are our thoughts and behaviour, recognising opportunities and becoming resilient to whatever bad stuff happens and turn it around to our favour.

So, let me give you some advice Tony Robbins: What is happening with you and BuzzFeed is a part of this time and society which has made you a very rich man. As you know very well, every coin has two sides (some people say it’s three with the edge). Just as fast as your products are selling on the internet, is as fast as these accusations are being spread. You know what is true and what is not, you put yourself out there, you have to deal with it. Not everyone likes you, you know that. Me personally, I like you very much and I am sending you lots of love and light. This too shall pass.

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