tony robbins illness
- December 6, 2020 -
I am a good coach. Mine were an additional 7 times higher…. After a few months (at most 6 months), the person then leaves the nest and flies on their own – with new skills to keep working as they go on their own. This article coat tails on Tony Robbin’s name. Although your impression is that people who are not making the changes they desire – or who have experienced long term unhappiness – need psychologists rather than “coaches” – my understanding is different. Heâs 45 years old and heâs been huge since he was a kid. An interesting article and many good points. I am relieved that someone has finally decided to write an article about “motivational speakers” and/or “cons”. I felt that little tug and ignored it. I have personally sat and watched his videos and was amazed at the way he thinks about life. I personally don’t like politician-type marketing where someone denigrates others so that they can raise their own profile. I’ve used it personally and professionally and have both had – and seen – some life-changing moments. Thank you for writing this Jason! Wow, Jason, this post is spot-on! I wish for you the same. But the measures above (hopefully) enable me to serve to the best of my ability. My aim for the people I engage with is to be respectful… Apologies if I missed the mark. And as with the teacher plants, the real work begins after the psychedelia, or after we return from the seminar or weekend retreat and that buzzy high it may have given us. Hi Chandra, thank you for your comments, love and thoughts! Tony Robbins and Dr. Nate Booth. They have clear coaching agreements. In full disclosure however, I am a Tony ‘disciple,’ but with enough of a head on my shoulders to keep a look out for what I think he (or anyone else I study) does/says that seems to pass my soul’s test of value. A lot of people can’t. However, I was talked into the trip and Tony Robbins by my fiancé. In the end it’s only the hard work which makes the difference. It’s an article I 100% agree with and one that echoes my own experience. They are being fine-tuned for success, not being healed from trauma. Robbins is not the first snake oil salesman and she wont be the last. If all we have to do is continue paying a seemingly helpful professional, we’d be crazy not to. Here’s the thing-if you exclude people without means and just take wealthy clients you will be able to charge high prices. Like all of the past self-help this one he been more effective for me than all of the ones before. Fil! Tony’s event gave me Freedom, Forgiveness, and the ability to turn the page in my story…to live in the present and not live in the past. We had spent weeks researching mercury, and it was clear to us the state didn’t even understand or know everything we now did. I only be your guide. There are no quick fixes or secrets, and no coach can ever, Coaching is filled with people who fail to practice what they preach. By the time they replaced the air conditioner, we believe the mold had grown insitde the HVAC system and when they turned It on it spread throughout the house. Basically the concept that you need to take responsibility for your life and make things happen. The deception comes after the client has begun to get results. I also got what I thought was food poisoning, twice. In trying to become successful and build a client base, I have become increasingly disturbed by the number of “free” facebook webinars by coaches that go on to sell packages for thousands of pounds. I dropped the coaching title from what I do. Honestly, I’m kinda shocked that it took over 100 comments before someone mentioned DMT/Aya/Psychedelics. A short list of examples includes: encouraging their clients to go into debt to continue working with the coach, needlessly rushing sensitive conversations, mishandling abuse recovery (and often leaving the client worse for it), forcing extreme vulnerability, and taking control of large chunks of the client’s personal and professional life. Tony Robbins somewhat famously had mercury poisoning recently (from eating fish) that was so bad (rumor has it) he was a week or two away from a heart attack or aneurysm. When she was younger, she battled with. Once in a while I think of Fukushima, and being here in Bali…. . Stefan had almost NO symptoms, so it is possible to be exposed and not feel sick. Why did you infantasize that last response? Yet even as serving overseas as an English teacher, I learned truly that what brought out the best teacher in me was not preaching grammar or preaching anything, but to show them the highway to success. And good catch on the spelling error. SIR Tony Robinson has admitted he lives in âconstant terrorâ of developing Alzheimerâs after it killed both his parents. I’m angry. There may also be an enlargement of the forehead, jaw, and nose. A fascinating article and so timely for me. He is in fact the guy who introduced me to Tony Robbins in the first place way back when Tony Robbins was making cassette tapes. Brilliant! Psychologists, especially specialized ones, have tons of training. His good ideas seemed too few and far between endless profound-sounding platitudes and vast oversimplifications. I don’t feel right.”. You’ve made my day. You are so thoughtful, compassionate, and empathetic, and I cannot tell you how heart-warmed I am looking at all the responses you have written to people. Fun times. His levels were reportedly 10 times the average for Americans. From a financial perspecitve, some see a person that fails and has to try again as a more financially rewarding target than those that suceed. It will make me a better coach . On a side note, I did use some of the NLP classroom teaching techniques and found them to be useful tools for classroom management and some learning. Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, #1 NY Times bestselling author, philanthropist, and the nation’s #1 Life and Business Strategist. I always teach self help as I believe that it is important to give people skills so that they are able to look after their own well being and not be reliant on a therapist. I will be open and transparent here, when I first saw the title of this blog I was put off because I don’t generally appreciate or support people who write blog posts with the intention to put someone on blast while using that name in a headline title to drive traffic to their own blog and I have always liked Tony. The criticisms of the Forum are valid, up to a point, but my feeling going into it was to have agency in my decision. For someone who believes in personal development, this article felt like click bait to position off the status of Tony and let people see you as the star. Eventually, his methods didn’t last long to sustain. I used to live in Applewood Mesa, a cple miles ~east of Golden. It makes it dangerously easy for the line between reality and fantasy to blur. Almost every area of my life has been improved by it. I’ve seen this lots of times when attending seminars, reading books or just talk to people. Immediately you stop the car and make a 360 degree turn and start going the other way if you want to meet the person of your dreams. Could we be canaries in the coal mine for a larger environmental issue here in Boulder/Longmont Colorado? Occasionally personal development can become deeply destructive. I realized that I was chasing the emotional equivalent of a “get rich quick” scheme. Only when we have discovered that which we have to sacrifice in order to be different will we decide to do it. I have my own concerns re residual drugs from two hip replacements w*in the past 8mo, which I had put off for too long, suffering, B4 I found out about a fantastic device (deltamotion hip), used in India, and almost nowhere else ! As someone trained in it, when used properly it has the ability to help address internal confusion and subconscious trauma quite well. Your words open my eyes in so many ways and encourage me to share my stories for the first time publically. I didn’t even feel like you hated Robbins. I seem to still feel seduced by Robbins and another fellow named Paul McKenna. Tony takes you into the motivators of why we do what we do and how we can find ways to change. It’s worth considering that in judging how effective Tony Robbins interventions were in the documentary that the best people to report on that are those that underwent the interventions rather than those who are outside observers of it. We did. I Think the personal development industrie and professional health industrie both give a lot suggestions that there is something wrong with us. In fact I have used Hypnosis, NLP and EFT to help friends and family members with issues like fear of driving. That is what money mindset teaches. Worse still, the personal development industry has tricked us into believing that if we aren’t experiencing those things, there’s something wrong with us. I’m looking very much forward to that. I have not felt any kind of charge around African Americans since. So psyched to have a reader in Portgual, and big love right back atcha! I actually agree with a lot of what you’ve written. That is rare…very rare. In the end, there may be a few little short cuts, but sustaining change is the work of continuing to choose each and every day the foundational healthy behaviors that we know are important. Naturally, I run into another problems as it’s part of life and human experience. I think you are hitting the nail on the head with how a little bit of success goes a long way, and sometimes too far. However Jason, you are correct the work begins. If he hadn’t been there I wouldn’t know how to help myself for the first time. All of it was horrible to watch, and I felt, enormously irresponsible. . If a client feels dependent, I’ve failed. Integrative approaches for people who need to find their way, not to be told they’re broken. I decided to share about my negative emotional charge and my story about what happened. Very. We all know our own limits and deep inside us we have knowledge of how far we think we can reach in an effort to change. Write about five things you are happy with. Oh contraire. Great article! Sometimes I wonder, do we really have a problem, or are we creating problems because we believe in order to grow we must resolve issues? And most importantly: your body controls the velocity in which you can make progress, you can’t rush it. First: though I have a sales page on my site, I actually almost never take one on one clients any more. I wonder…. It’s actually pretty fucked up. The mind is a curious thing for which we still know relatively little about. If he ever comes to the UK I’d love to go and see one of his seminars purely so I can analyse his ass. Hi Elisha, I hope you got some definite answers after this posting this post. Thank you Jason. Prioritizing sleep, diet, or exercise (they’re all reciprocal) I agree with absolutely everything you said until your footnote. Now that I’m sharing this, I can see maybe the NLP was at work when she shooked my arm and said now give me all your money. And, I’m psyched to say, that one of the ways I will is to bring concepts and practices that Tony and several others teach to the kids of the world so that our future is lead by those who can actually respect their own and others’ feelings, ask much better questions, and focus on how love prevails. I’m honestly thankful for this article. Tony Robbins has devoted his entire life helping others, and has become very wealthy […] Also agree with a few others here that a number of comments from Jason about Tony were not relevant and clearly his own “stuff” and that said many needed and well mentioned things in this post that have connected with the pain and experiences of so many others including myself. The internet marketing inducstry is full of shiny objects that people dream with until the next one arrives. So there is something in eye movement. Tony Robbins attributes his change in health by saying, "Dr. Getting physically present into your body and learning how to read your body’s signals properly is an essential part of this whole “trusting yourself” process… especially if you’ve experienced trauma like I have. The average half-life of elemental and inorganic mercury in human, How to trust your body, and trust life: let yourself fall, let yourself fly! Fantastic article in reminding people to really be aware and not hand over their personal power This is where whimsical ideas about working four hours a week, manifestation, a seven-minute cure to stuttering, rock hard abs in minutes, and endless orgasms come in. It is constant “happy happy happy” – and despite trying to get relatives to see sense that other emotions are just as valid and important – they don’t seem to get it. You can see for yourself by watching the documentary: He has helped countless people, including world famous athletes, celebrities, and politicians. "The Fourth Turning" by William Strauss and Neil Howe First came the postwar â¦ Occasionally. Also, I never liked Tony Robbins…don’t have anything against him but my ‘gut instinct’ always screamed NO. He starts to blur the line between reality and fiction when he states that someone’s life can, “Change in a moment.” We all know that enduring change doesn’t happen in a moment; it takes time. I’ve avoided using CFL lightbulbs due to them containing mercury (ironic, right?). I saw the video where a man wanted to commit suicide. they say it hasnt they go to this coach and that coach but no permanent change. And in that silence, she found her truth. The over-emphasis on positive thinking I had been studying inadvertently led me to feel worse when I wasn’t feeling/being positive. I get the logic…but my gut instincts disagree. The other thing you can look into for source of mercuty is some sea salts naturally have mercury in it and fish oils supplements that aren’t molecularly distilled can be high in mercury. It would be amazing if we could just get someone to fix our problems for us, but we’ve got to do the hard work. In fact, coaching can be an amazing medium for learning discrete skills like: overcoming anxiety, negotiation, public speaking, self-love, sales, confidence, charisma, etc. Angelica – THANK YOU! I know many coaches who seem like frauds – leadership coaches whose own personal experience of leadership is very minimal if any, business coaches who have only worked for themselves in a very small business, self development coaches who judge, criticise and put others down on a regular basis. Thank you for reiterating that point. When you pull apart successful people with criticism you must understand you too will be scrutinized. Though it seemed ridiculous, I tried it for a while. I don’t believe that is necessary at all, we shouldn’t “destroy” people’s past but instead build from it. I wasn’t doing any of that, and my body likely just started storing it while trying to get my attention that something was wrong. Just like what you said about some of what the coaches teach is good and some of it is bad, your article also contains some good stuff and some bad stuff. I am a coach, a branding strategist for women business owners and even I have a love/hate relationship with the industry. Considering this is an article about Tony Robbins maybe using he or a mix of the two gender’s pronouns would’ve been nice to see. There are no shortcuts. https://icpnlp.org/index.htm. i may have initially had small gains but now i have bigger results to show. Not sure if you read the post in entirety (I’d understand if you don’t) but I ultimately advocate for personal development. Well I guess it is as from a truly scientific point of view it has not been proven nor disproven. If Tony Robbins ever claims that it does not take work and dedication to achieve your goals, then he is a scam. Thanks for being so brave to post the other side of the sacred cow, in a very respectful way. It fascinates me and I’ve always wanted to train in EMDR. When there is an apparent quantum leap it’s usually a result of all we had been working towards, not an overnight miracle I went into coaching because I wanted to become a Daring Way facilitator as I’m passionate about Brené Brown’s work because it resonates with even a girl like me. These small changes include: Prioritizing sleep, diet, or exercise (they’re all reciprocal), Developing a spiritual, religious or contemplative practice, Learning to feel that you are intrinsically worthy of love and respect, Developing authentic confidence and charisma, Eliminating the lies from your life so that you live in integrity, So far, all of that is legit. All of them said something similar to what you’re saying here: that I’m barely scratching the surface with understanding how deep the manipulation and self-interest goes. Putting people down, that you are. I teach them, I am no certified to do this, I am cancer survivor who has a passion for change in our food industry. Keep writing. It is always so refreshing to see someone call out the Guru’s in a smart, researched and empowered way. Don’t lose hope in self-development. I will admit I used to be a big fan of Tony Robbins, and then I thought it was all bullshit, and now I’m a bit undecided since I’m currently exploring learning different coaching methods to see if I can help my clients undergo mindset / emotional transformation a lot more quickly. Thank you again. I think Tony Robbins rocks. Anyway my point is that critical thinking is what is really needed to motivate people to take action. And good for you for resisting the urge to coach before you’re ready. The question I ask my students and myself is “Would you recommend yourself to yourself for coaching or therapy?” Only you know the true answer to that. I’m not sure it’s Tony Robbins who is the problem here, I think the problem being addressed here might be the formulaic way of delivering world-stage coaching? Note where the major difference is: the work of the client, whether it’s in coaching or in therapy. If possible, get a referral, and in general trust your gut when hiring a coach. That’s intense. Your line, “I’m sober myself, have faced trauma, but I am not going to write about it, jump around, and make up a bunch of “programs” for the purpose of monetizing.” nearly made me spit out my coffee. I loved the first half of the documentary, but as soon as he pulled that shit with getting that woman to dump her boyfriend, confronting the suicidal guy, and massively profiting from that horribly abused woman’s confessional, my attitude completely changed. Ordinary day-to-day life is the real miracle, though it may not seem so at first. Since then, over 5 years ago, I haven’t argue with my mom once. I work as a life and body coach (changing your mindset without the help of your body is in my humble opinion not possible, since both are tightly connected) and my training (which takes 8 years minimum) is rigorous, meaning you have to work and train every day (physically and mentally, think Mr. Miyagi-style) to face your demons, get rid of your ego (VERY important) and free yourself from the control of past experiences (which I have seen only to be possible if you train mind AND body, otherwise it’s lipstick on a pig like NLP). I watched on video of Tony Robbins helping a very beautiful man impeded by a life long stammer. Jason, I’m grateful for your article because I was in a stuck place of getting myself out there as a coach since I became a life coach 2 months ago. I try to never use the word coach, mentor, or guru. I so appreciate your note. Wow. You hit the nail on the head. but after i started things in 2014 i am getting phenomenal results results i didnt get in the last 10 years, The shift started when i did the following For the first time in my life, I went to see a psychotherapist but not out of the idea that they would “fix” me but hopefully give me tools that I can use to help align myself with my purpose. As you explain change is hard work and takes time, true, but that is not the point. He hadn’t had any symptoms like me, so we hadn’t tested him. I did not watch until I returned from my first event, and this is my advice to anyone who has not been to an event. I agree with many of your points, but you seem to be focusing on a few things Tony has done wrong and allowing that to make you “lose faith.” As a life coach yourself, you know no one is perfect. Also even though i am an engineer and was in the academia for 3 years. I can’t even begin the detox process until I heal my digestion, or I risk recirculating the mercury throughout my body, further damaging my cells and nervous system. This is how Robbins supports people through assisting them to create a new reality. The success in which we handle them will depend on the state of our heart. Where is the difference between you work and other life coaches? I asked for help and then a refund and nothing. Thank you for this comment. Suddenly, everyone starts to realize that they don’t love themselves as much as they should. Do I have my flaws as a coach and consultant and dude? In fact, with a few exceptions, no one who commented on this post or responded to it on their own blogs know me. Now, it’s not like this house was dirty and in a “bad” part of town…but it is old, and anything could have happened there since 1922. The house was built in 1922. I was terrified, voice trembling – when I began my story a friend of hers, someone more important than me came in late – my coach jumped to greet and announce the late comers entrance talking right over me as I was sharing my greatest pain. Lastly, I also think you’re falling into the tendency to say that something can’t be real simply because you haven’t experienced it yourself. All the good ethical people I know left the company years ago, and its problems / practices were well documented. . I wrote about it here, and routinely turn down speaking gigs. I know my limitations, won’t work with everyone, and have layers of experience and am in postgrad training to be a psychotherapist on top of my hypnotherapy and coaching work. I do disagree with you on accreditation…I think a coach needs strong skills and multiple credentials. Sounds elementary, right? No my brain doesn’t work that way. On studying this abnormality, doctors justified Tony Robbins' abnormal growth as a teenager and his large â¦ by the way i live in an underdeveloped nation where Personal development is considered waste of time. I am a psychologist – and I agree with much of your criticism about the self-improvement community and as well as agreeing with some of the criticism about psychologists. I sense a “guilty until proven innocent” attitude rather than a more neutral approach. I have recently launched my private practice as a coach. I know there are good doctors out there. Having been both immersed and embedded in the world of therapy I believe that you can be qualified and really not that good or really skilled/compassionate excellent human being and not particularly academically gifted. Netflix’s I Am Not Your Guru, tries to capture the feeling and some key ideas in a couple of hours of something that actually runs 72 hours plus over 6 days. I’m sober myself, have faced trauma, but I am not going to write about it, jump around, and make up a bunch of “programs” for the purpose of monetizing. See this pic. Yet one of the most grounded, beautiful souls that I ever met was a massage therapist that I used to frequent. It seems to me like you want to protect people from getting ripped off or having a bad experience. It was like seeing a bully outwardly pretending as a nice guy, berate people into …i can’t even express my disgust at what i watched..don’t understand how are people buying into this psuedo-intellectual psycho babble stuff…end of rant, sorry. Is the person guaranteeing that you’ll get results? ), but the title psychologist is not protected so is much more vulnerable to someone being under or un-qualified. Those that can will do. Thank you for a critical view. It is the knowing that there are truly good people out there who will do something for you when they really did not have to who cut the mustard and encourage us to motivate others when we pay it forward. my bubble has been burst….but you have left me with plenty to think about. Personally, I’ll trade fame and PR for actually getting good work done, and thats exactly what you’re doing. Here's what you should know about meâ¦ I have a ton of respect for Tony Robbins. Choose someone to work with who will help you expand what your inner voice is asking you to address and respect your limitations, they are there to protect you and help you do a cost/benefits assessment before you leap imo When you actually talk to these coaches you will realise what a bunch of “Flotsam and Jetsam” of humanity they are, one guy attempted to coach me on business (yes I am a MBA and Director of a group of Companies) yet he had only been to a few TR seminars.
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