“The defining factor [for success] is never resources; it’s resourcefulness.” Tony Robbins
What is our motive for action? What is it that drives us in our life today? Or are we running the same pattern? Because it is believed that the invisible force of internal drive, activated, is the most important thing in the world. It is believed that emotion is the force of life.
We don’t work in our self-interest all the time, because when emotion comes into it, the wiring changes in the way it functions. And so it’s wonderful for us to think intellectually about how the life of the world is, and especially those who are very smart — we can play this game in our head.
How do you make a change? What is it that’s shaping that person’s ability to contribute, to do something beyond them?
There are two master lessons. One is: there’s the science of achievement, which almost everything that’s run is mastered to an amazing extent. That’s “How do you take the invisible and make it visible,” right? How do you take what you’re dreaming of and make it happen? Whether it be your business, your contribution to society, money — whatever it is for you — your body, your family.
The other lesson of life that is rarely mastered is the art of fulfillment. But when it comes to fulfillment — that’s an art. And the reason is, it’s about appreciation and it’s about contribution.
So, the question we’ve got to ask ourselves really is, what is it? What is it that shapes us? So really, we’re going to remind ourselves that decision is the ultimate power. That’s what it really is.
Have a look at the video where Tony Robbins asks about “What makes the difference in the quality of peoples lives? What makes the difference in their performance?”
Robbins’ expertise in leadership psychology has perfectly demonstrated Robbins’ direct — even confrontational — approach, which calls on his listeners to look within themselves, and find the inner blocks that prevent them from finding fulfillment and success. His underlying message is unassailable: We all have the ability to make a positive impact on the world, and it’s up to us, as individuals, to overcome our fears and foibles to reach that potential.