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Tony Robbins – The Nation’s Number One Life Coach & Business Strategist

Tony Robbins

From Nelson Mandela to Oprah, life author and coach, Tony Robbins has coached several of the most famous people in the world.  Tony’s popular self-help seminars and best-selling books have made him rich.  Wealth-X estimates that Tony’s worth is at least $440 million.  Tony is the owner of Los Angeles’ Major League Soccer team and owns a resort in Fiji; travels by private jet.  Tony is an American motivational speaker and “life coach” who created a multifaceted business empire by publishing his books of self-improvement.  He has made the most of his success.

Tony Robbins or Anthony Robbins, real name Anthony J. Mahavorick, born in Glendora, California, U.S (February 29, 1960), in childhood, he adopted the surname of his stepfather.  Through his youth, Tony discovered that he had a skill for public speaking, and he started to read the works of such inspirational authors like Dale Carnegie and Ralph Waldo Emerson.  Tony Robbins did not go to university but instead took a job organizing workshops for the motivational speaker Jim Rohn.  Tony also trained with John Grinder, a codeveloper of “modeling,” a method through which a trainee achieves success by nearly copying the unconscious and conscious behavior of a successful person.

At age 24, Tony made his first 7 Figures.  2-years later, the huge success of his 1st book ‘Unlimited Power’ launched him in the right way.  Now, Mr. Tony Robbins is the President of a holding company that included more than fifty privately held businesses with communed sales override $6 billion a year.  As an improver, throughout his cooperation with Feeding America, Tony Robbins has afforded over 500M meals in the last five years to people in need.  Tony is on track to provide one billion meals over the next five years.  He has also launched plans in more than 50K service organizations and shelters, 1.5K schools, and 700 prisons  Tony affords fresh water to 250K humans a day in India to combat waterborne diseases, the primary killer of children in that country.

Tony is specially called upon by leaders and has worked with three US presidents.  Robbins has coached some of the world’s most high-profile people, including Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Oprah Winfrey, Paul Tudor Jones, Andre Agassi, Serena Williams, Mother Teresa, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Princess Diana.  Tony’s 6-day “Date with Destiny” seminar costs $5K per person, and he usually gets paid 7-figures for one-on-one private coaching.

He’s also quietly built an empire.  Tony’s Holding isn’t just confined to his speaking engagements: it’s a diversified company of businesses in industries such as education, hospitality, business services, and media production.  The Holding reportedly has a combined income that is approaching $6 billion a year.  Now, Tony Robbins lives in Palm Beach, Florida.  His house has a master bedroom that overlooks the ocean and a 165K gallon infinity pool.  Tony also owns homes in Sun Valley, Idaho; Palm Springs, California; and the little town in British Columbia where Tony’s wife, Sage, grew up.

Tony also owns the “Namale Resort and Spa” in Fiji Islands, a 5-star resort that offers luxury dwellings, hydrotherapy, massages, spa cuisine, and scuba diving trips to nearby coral reefs.  It has been rated the top resort and spa in Fiji for nearly 10 years.  Along with Mia Hamm and Magic Johnson, Tony Robbins invested in the Los Angeles FC, a new Leading League Soccer franchise.  Tony and his partners are building a $250M state of the art stadium in midtown LA using their own funds.

Tony has made cameo appearances in the movie “Reality Bites”, “Shallow Hal” in 2001, and also in the 1996 film “The Cable Guy”.  He appeared in an episode of The Sopranos Show.  Tony plays himself in the 2010 documentary movie The Singularity Is Near: A True Story About the Future.  Tony Robbins is recognized for being a high-level energy speaker, and he discovers that getting a cold plunge into an ice bath aids him to recover from the intensity of his workshops.  He also uses a cryotherapy device to expose his body to –220° F temperatures for 3 minutes at a time and avoids caffeine, alcohol, chicken, and red meat.  In 2014, Tony Robbins contributed $1M to the $15M Global Learning X Prize, which will be given to an association that finds innovative alternative ways to transform learning with technology.

As a motivational speaker, Robbins came in next few years to focus more on financial success and to tailor his services especially to wealthy people, business owners, and entrepreneurs.  His most notable public event was an annual 6-day gathering attended by thousands of members, each of whom paid thousands of dollars for a seat.

Tony’s books include:

  • The Unlimited Power: New Science of Personal Achievement (1986)
  • Awaken the Giant Within: How to Get Instant Control of Your Emotional, Mental, Financial & Physical Destiny (1991).
  • The Money – Master the Game: Seven Easy Steps to Financial Freedom (2014).
  • The documentary movie Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru, directed by Joe Berlinger, (released in 2016).
  • Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook (2017)
  • The Path: speeding up Your Journey to Financial Freedom (2020) was written with Peter Mallouk.