An Inspiring Interview

This past summer at the No Excuses Summit, I had the good fortune of hearing an absolutely amazing speaker- Jairek Robbins.

You may recognize the last name….he’s Tony Robbins’ son!

I wasn’t sure what to expect…if he’d be a mini-version of his dad or if he’d have his own spin on things:)

Suffice it to say, I was totally blown away at how insightful this young man is.

Not only was he inspring, if I’m being totally honest with you, some of the things that he said literally changed my life.

Seriously.

So, when my friend Jerry Chen (founder of Build a Magnetic Network) scored an interview with Jairek- I was so excited because I just couldn’t get enough of this guy’s inspiration and insight!

Jerry just released Part 1 of this video and I just had to share it with you!

I can’t wait for Part 2- where he answers one of my questions!!! ; )

The video is HERE

After you watch it- I’d love for you to share your thoughts below!

To Your Success,

2 Responses to “An Inspiring Interview”

  1. Lee Wise Says:

    Natasha,

    I believe what I personally appreciated most was the statement about deciding “what is money to you.” In other words, the understanding and value you place on money.

    Naturally, provision would be a central value: i.e. providing the basics of life. But beyond that, what values or purpose9s) would be attached to the money that is earned. There could be a variety of answers to that question — depending on how anyone views life and the things that are most important in life to them.

    For me, then, my “takeaway” would be to continually work work through who I desire to be — or become — and how I am going to maintain that primary focus while in the pursuit of any level of income.

    Thoughtful video.

    Lee
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  2. Natasha Nassar Says:

    Lee-
    As always thanks for sharing your thoughts. There were so many take aways that It was hard to pick just one! But if I had to….. I loved the part about how he, as a college student, was coaching a Columbia college professor. He said it doesn’t matter who you coach, as long as you are teaching a system that works.

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