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Here are Robbins’ seven lies of success:

  1. Everything happens for a reason and purpose, and it services us. Successful people focus on what’s possible in a situation, no matter how much negative feedback they receive. “They believe that adversity contains the seed of an equivalent or greater benefit,” he writes.
  2. There is no such thing as failure. There are only results. Failure does not exist for successful people. If the outcome wasn’t what they desired, they see it as a learning opportunity. According to Robbins, “Belief in failure is a way of poisoning the mind.”
  3. Whatever happens, take responsibility. High achievers believe that they create their own world and reality. Robbins says the greatest leaders have the ability to say, “It’s my responsibility. I’ll take care of it.”
  4. It’s not necessary to understand everything to be able to use everything. There’s a balance between use and knowledge. Robbins says that achievers “exact the essence from a situation, take out what they need, and don’t dwell on the rest.”
  5. People are your greatest resource. Do you respect and appreciate your peers? People who produce outstanding results “have a sense of team, a sense of common purpose and unity,” he writes.
  6. Work is play. The world’s most remarkable artists, thinkers and creators found joy in their work. Bill Gates didn’t create Microsoft because he hated software. Robbins reminds us of a wonderful quote by Mark Twain: “The secret of success is making your vocation your vacation.”
  7. There is no abiding success without commitment. If you’re just trying, and not committing, there’s no promise you’ll reach the end. The most successful people, says Robbins, “aren’t necessarily the best and brightest, the fastest and strongest. They’re the ones with the most commitment.”


What is Your First Memory – Katrina’s first memory is spilling a cup of coffee on herself and getting burned. Tony helps her recover the memories of how much her mother loved her and still does. That love gives her strength and self-confidence.

What is Life About?Barbara needs to be in control of everything and everyone, including her teenage daughter. Tony helps her to be able to let go knowing that some things are out of one’s control and so frees Barbara to enjoy her life better.

Bringing Out the Masculine – Liam expresses that he’s not fully in his masculine. Tony helps him to step into his masculine side and Liam proposes to his girlfriend who is present at the event.

Jonathan the Tiger – Tony helps Jonathan to bring out his passion and determination and Jonathan is able to get away from his father’s domination and criticism.


Overcoming Physical Limitations – Rain is a young woman with physical deformities who told Tony she was suicidal. Mohamed is a blind young man from Spain. Tony worked with both of them at the same time with the result that Mohamed went on to become a winning Olympic swimmer and is now fluent in English, and Rain is coaching young women with low self-esteem.

The ADHD Identity – Jenn’s identity was tied up with her adult ADHD diagnosis. She was on medications and she had put her two sons on medications also for the same diagnoses. Needless to say, the medications didn’t make anyone better and they had bad side effects that required more medications. Tony guided Jenn to see that this was not her identity, nor that of the children and she decided to take everyone off medications with the guidance of their physician.

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