Tony can get you pumped up each week! That is why this has become one of the top podcasts in such a short amount of time. Listening to his advice has really helped my career. I just gave his new UNSHAKABLE podcast a 5 star review and realized I forgot to give this one a review as well. Both are essential. It is amazing one person can create so much valuable information. Listen, learn, growth.
This is a podcast I never miss, as he has some of the most interesting people on it where I expand my mind with ideas.
Some great episodes , others not worth it. Worth a subscribtion to stay in the loop.
Was on the fence about this podcast and recently heard the episode with the Jordon Harbinger guy. This was easily the best show I've heard on this feed so far. MORE LIKE THIS PLEASE!
Where the hell is tony?..just does the intro...thumbs down
I'd like to see massive action taken to make this podcast auethentic powerful and great. It has that potential. As so many have mentioned, Tony hands the podcast off after #1 and it feels stiff, scripted and basic after that. It has such potential. Come on Tony Robbins your name is on this! Unleash the Power!!!
After watching his new documentary on Netflix, I was inspired! My voice coach suggested this podcast, but when I listened to more than one episode, I felt a little disappointed. I'm interested in hearing Tony Robbins, not his intern. If he doesn't have time for this, then I wish he wouldn't do it at all. He has energy that inspires. His intern/interviewer sounds lifelessly scripted. Not worth my time.
How can you not like Tony Robbins?
Love this podcast because of the wealth of knowledge I gather from all the guests that Tony and team bring to us. I am currently reading Money Master the Game and I feel that this podcast is a great add to what I am learning and applying from the book. Congrats and keep it up. we all need you!
The podcast with Robin O'Obrien pretty much destroyed part of your credibility. My wife is a doctor and caught many things in this podcast not backed by medical research.I caught things that were obvious. Vanilla yogurt is very high in sugar and carbs.ADHD is not caused by food allergies. ADHD is proven to be genetic. What may be seen is behaviors that present as symptoms of AD/HD, but it is NOT AD/HD. Most doctors do not know how to properly diagnose ADHD.Food coloring does not cause hyperactivity. It causes anxiety, when mixed with other chemicals. Hyperactivity may result.She makes blanket statements that are not true. These chemicals in our food may cause things that LOOK like a medical condition, but those additives DO NOT cause those conditions. Just because someone presents as having a condition or disease does not mean they have it.I am not saying chemicals do not cause problems. You have to be careful making connections that do not exist.
Tony Robbins is a true treasure of wisdom. He's like the friend you wish you had.
Love these pod casts Tony....inspiring and motivating....I like your variety as well and your other hosts as well. Keep it up
Listening to this podcasts, and similar stuff will make your quality of life so much better. Tony Robbins connects dots so necessary to personal growth and development.
The "host" of the show sounds like she's reading word for word off a premade list of questions.She sounds boring and robotic, nothing like a good interviewer and like she knows nothing about the topic she's interviewing about.I expected better from tony Robbins podcast.
I love hearing from the personal development Guru, Tony Robbins! Very valueable content! Thanks Tony!
Disappointing. Two stars for that one great episode with lots of valuable information â as one would expect from Tony â and three stars lost to the rest being unengaging hard-sell seminar pitches.
Narrator doesn't need to be an intern. Tony could do a 1 minute something as a teaser.
I understand why Tony would want to join the podcast movement. He's an effective communicator but this podcast feels inauthentic, lazy and uninspired because Tony is really just lending his name to a scripted exchange between his staff and other people that have "broken through". Skip it.
Two podcasts I listened to featured Tony (with Deepak Chopra and the other from Date with Destiny), but after that, he's gone. I'm not subscribing to listen to his intern. I'm subscribing to listen to Tony...where's my not my guru?ð
I have several words I would like to ban from Tony's vocabulary after listening to this episode. I really thought a lot higher of him before listening to it than I do now.
Tony's podcast is awesome! He tells you how it is everytime. What I like is there are many different topics of discussion. I also like the conversations and questions he asks, always illicits thought provoking answers. I highly recommend this podcast!
I've never heard Tony Robbins speak before and not found some sort of value in his insight. I'm loving his podcast because I'm able to listen to it while working every morning! Highly recommend starting at the first episode and then moving forward from there!
How can you bring on well-known guests (e.g., Duhigg) with an interviewer that can't offer any insights to drive good dialogue. What a wasted opportunity.
I like the interviews, and the speaker, I understand what Tony is opening up to his listners, that is a insite to the movers and shakers of the planet. Don't get hooked on him feed off the information.
Yep, just a bait and switch. Just what scam artists do. A perfect public example of why people don't trust Tony's snake oil. Read the other low star reviews here. They're right on. And I love how horrible the interviewer is...you couldn't pay someone to have less skill or knowledge at interviewing. She is the opposite of Tony's Robbins energy...wow.
Tony is really not involved in these podcasts so I don't see the point. Love Tony Robbins. He changed my life but you can't call it The Tony Robbins Podcast and hand it off to someone else.
Haven't heard an episode yet. But thankful I discovered Tony's podcast. This man changes lives.
Thank you for you motivational talks. Really spoke to me.
I was expecting to listen to Tony Robbins.
I used to be a huge fan of Tony Robins. I grew up in a third world country reading his books in my adolescent years. I was moved to take an action and moved to the United States at the age of eighteen.As podcasting world exploded in the last couple years, Tony apparently wants to have his cake and eat it too. The ONLY podcast where Tony participated throughout the whole podcast, was podcast #1. I did listen through the whole archive (available as of today). He only does 1-2 minute introduction, and the rest of the episode (30 min or so) is conducted by his employees/trainees/his programs graduates. While somewhat interesting, most of the interviews/discussion topics would be applicable for big corporations. Most of the information is immaterial/irrelevant to the life of mere mortals.Tony Robbins shall perhaps consider that most of the listeners of the podcasts are regular people, not high end executives of Apple, Google, Starbucks and other name dropping the podcast is full of.
5 star guests 1 star host and production quality
I think this podcast would be a lot more valuable and engaging with Tony actually doing the interviews. No offense to the host but it feels a little dry
Anthony Robbins is pretty much god's gift to the world. He is an amazing human being that gets pure enjoyment out of serving people. Literally everything he touches turns to gold. I love his work and follow him religiously. Well worth the time and the download. Get er done!
I was expecting to hear Tony conduct these podcasts. But he gives a brief intro the the guests and then hands it off to Anna. Anna sound scripted, like she's reading from an actual script and not engaging with the guest. If tony did the interviews I think they would be more interesting. I've listened to four of them now. I have found anything helpful to improve my own business. I would not recommend this to others to listen to at this point.
I'm a huge fan and have learned so much but tony needs to be involved more in this podcast... Not just intros. If you're going to put out content, own it. If not delivering content directly from tiny then at least have tony facilitate interviews. I miss tony. If it doesn't Change soon I will unsubscribe. Thanks! Huge fan and have learned so much from tony!
This podcast for the business minded is excellent leaves me the rest of the day looking at my business in a different light
You teased us with the first episode, then handed the show off to an intern to conduct the same boring interviews every other business podcaster is doing. Come on, Tony, that's not what I expected from you. I subscribed to YOUR podcast to hear YOU, not an assistant with a monotone, lifeless voice. I, along with many other fans, are here to experience your energy, soak in your motivational message, and to snag some sound business advice along the way. Don't just produce a business podcast because everyone else is. Use this channel to reach out, inspire, motivate, and empower us. This is what we EXPECT from the Tony Robbins brand. Thank you for all you do.
Tony Robbins speaks for about a minute to introduce the podcast then he hands it off to another person. And his claims about the revolutionary nature of his podcast are already very dated. He's been recycling his own material for how many decades now? Amy porterfield's podcast is the podcast tony Robbins wishes he created.
Was excited for some useful daily practices but let down by the podcast.
This is just another podcast without Tony. If he's going to have a podcast with his name and face the episodes need to have him in them.
But he just does the intro. The actual content is interviews like 90% of other podcast, unfortunately, and he's not the one interviewing.Some tips:1. Edit out throat clearing/coughs.2. In "The Power of Anticipation," Tony says we're going to hear his talk on anticipation. Then we don't hear it?? Instead it goes right to the interview. Someone's not paying attention.3. Interviews shouldn't be one-sided. They should flow like a conversation as opposed to Q&A.I'd expect a lot more from a Tony Robbins production.
Where's Tony? The handoff... Ehhh. And podcast quality wasn't great technically, or topically. The marketing one was weak.
I've been waiting for this day for such a long time: the day I discover that Tony Robbins has a podcast! And that day has come. I'm beyond excited to continue listening to this podcast. Thanks, Tony, for making this happen, and for taking the time to give such invaluable nuggets of wisdom. You're truly an inspiration and get me motivated to keep working hard towards my business.