How To Succeed This Year – Even When You’ve Failed Before

Photo credit: plancas67 via Creative Commons

Photo credit: plancas67 via Creative Commons

Tony Robbins worried his son would be a slacker. “My dad’s greatest fear about who I was as young man, was having a lack of hunger – the hunger and drive for something more than just living,” Jairek Robbins told me in a recent interview. He knew what he should be doing to lead a meaningful and successful life, of course; he’d been carted to his father’s famous seminars since he was a child. “I grew up learning this stuff from my family,” he recalls. “But knowing the information wasn’t good enough. I ‘knew it all.’ I could tell you every principle for how to make every change in your life happen. But it finally clicked that knowing I should be doing something doesn’t mean beans if I’m not doing it and taking consistent, daily action.”

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