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Tony Robbins’s Most Empowering Advice On How To Achieve the Unimaginable

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More than 50 million people have been empowered by New York Times bestselling author, philanthropist and leading life and business strategist, Tony Robbins. Yesterday, at Dubai’s Coca Cola arena, another 10,000 people joined this count, including His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and ruler of the Emirate of Dubai.

Appearing live in Dubai to host his Achieve the Unimaginable seminar, Robbins shared his leading strategies for success. Taking to the stage after standing-ovation-worthy talks, and performances, by Nick Vujicic, Alicia Keys, and Prince EA, Robbins shared his transformational tips, which have been praised by celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, and Serena Williams as well as CEOs, politicians and royalty alike. Here we share his most empowering quotes from the talk:

Biography is not destiny. Our belief creates our destiny.

Your happiness will make you a better human. Happiness is an underrated power in the universe and in our world. A happy person doesn’t hurt. A happy person wants to help.

When people say knowledge is power it’s not true. Knowledge is potential power. Execution is the real power. Execution trumps knowledge every day of the week.

Mastering your life or your business requires repetition. Repetition is the mother of mastering. Mastering requires more than knowing.

We can train ourselves to do anything… once we understand a little physicality and focus. Could you train yourself to laugh when you used to be angry? Would that not be better for your life? Think about that thing and let it come inside you. Breathe the way you feel when you are excited. Put the look on your face when you are excited. Feel that energy you get when you are excited.

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