Tony Robbins: Creating an Extraordinary Quality of Life at Oprah Winfrey Network (Transcript)

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Here is the full transcript of success and life coach Tony Robbins on Creating an Extraordinary Quality of Life at SuperSoul Sessions on Oprah Winfrey Network.

Oprah WinfreyI’m so excited for everyone here for what you’re about to experience. Tony Robbins! He’s big, too — another big man coming out here, a force of nature who has empowered millions and millions of people all over the world to change their lives.

A few years ago, I went to one of his seminars, thinking, “Ah, I’ll stay for an hour or two,” and I ended up staying all day and half the night into the morning walking on fire. So, I came to observe and left as a believer. And he flew himself and his team to Los Angeles just to be with us today. So I am so grateful to him for that.

This session is titled: “Creating an extraordinary quality of life.” And don’t we all want that, an extraordinary quality of life?

Tony Robbins!

Tony Robbins: How you all doing? Hi, there. Wow!

Nice to see you all. Whoa-a-a, yes! Thank you very much. Please have a seat.

How you all doing? Whoo!

Oprah Winfrey: Go, Tony!

Tony Robbins: Listen, it’s a privilege to be here. My goodness, you don’t get this much estrogen anywhere in your life except with Oprah, right?

Have you had a beautiful time today? Yes! Yes. good.

Let’s have a hand for all the speakers. I didn’t get to hear them all, but I know of them, Gary Zukav, give them a hand for all of them — pastor. Whoa-a-a-a.

So, I was trying to figure out why Oprah brought me, because I’m a different flavor than you’ve been — is that fair to say, Oprah?

Oprah Winfrey: Yes.

Tony Robbins: You’ve had so many beautiful souls up here talking about, you know, really, how do you live your best life? How do you really come back to the truth of who you are? How do you own yourself so that there’s so much more of you to give to all that you love, and so that you’re filled up, so you’re not always on empty while you’re filling other people up? And I honor all of it.

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My flavor has the same focus, and it has another piece. It’s different. It’s more like a trainer. It’s about “What the ‘F’ are you now going to do?”, because how many of you have been in an environment where you learn something, it really moves you, and you’re inspired, and you thought, “This is it. This is what I need for my life,” and you’re excited, and then you went home, and you didn’t apply any of what you learned?

Raise your hand if you’ve ever done this before and say “aye.”

Who’s done this more than once? — say “aye.”

Who still feels intelligent? say “aye.”

I’ve done it, too, and so I kind of became obsessed early in my life with — first, I’d get pissed off at myself. I’d be frustrated with myself, because I’d read or I’d attend something or I’d learn something, and then I wasn’t applying it at the level that I thought I should. Beating yourself up never changes it, because all it does — it put you in a lousy state. In a lousy state, you don’t perform at your best, you don’t apply things.

And so I really dug in, and what I began to realize is it was just conditioning, that all of us are really conditioned by our environment to kind of fit in. We’re conditioned to listen, to hear — like, what you’re doing right now is being so loving and respectful. You give me the gift very few humans give — you give me the gift of your attention, and I’m here to deliver for you. I will not betray your trust, or yours, Oprah.

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