Anthony Jay Robbins is a world-renowned entrepreneur, philanthropist, speaker, author, and life coach. Being born into a more than humble household, Robbins fought his way to being one of the most successful motivational speakers via his commitment and deep understanding of human psychology. He went from a living in poverty to generating multi-billion dollars companies.


  1. “Judge yourself by your own goals instead of what your peers seem to be doing”

I think it’s safe to say that most entrepreneurs have experienced some form of self-doubt. The business route is exciting, but at the same time frightening; there are never guarantees. From time to time, especially during rough patches entrepreneurs question their life choices; they wonder if they should’ve just gotten a normal, stable job like so many of their peers. But, that fear and doubt is what keeps people from truly committing to their goals. The moment you stop comparing yourself and just focus on what you’re doing, all the worries vanish. At the end of the day, you chose the path that you did because you didn’t want what your friends have.

  1. “As soon as you truly commit to making something happen, the “how” will reveal itself”

As simple and cliché as it sounds, one of the best advice in achieving your goals is to just start. The majority of people are stuck in a rut because they don’t know how to reach their ideals. But, the real issue is their commitment level. People who are relentless in their pursuit will always take the first steps, even if they don’t know the next. They don’t focus on the how, because taking the first step will inspire the second.


  1. “A real decision is measured by the fact that you’ve taken a new action. If there’s no new action, you haven’t truly decided”

Everyone wants something, but not everyone gets what he or she want. The biggest difference between success endeavors and frustrated individuals is the ability to take action. You can think about an idea as much as you want, but until you take steps towards it, it will always just be an idea.

  1. “The path to success is to take massive, determined action”

Success comes to those who are willing to commit to their process- not to those who just kind of want it. There are people who share the exact same ambitions as you, so unless you are absolutely confident and put forth utmost effort you will be out played. You have to consciously decide to change, to succeed.

  1. “Your income right now is a result of your standards. It is not the industry. It is not the economy”

It’s not about your resources. It’s about how resourceful you can be. If you can get creative enough, you will find to make things happen. People who claim to be uncreative aren’t actually uncreative; they’re lazy and scare. If you don’t have what you want, it’s because you’ve convinced yourself that you’re comfortable with where you are. When something is a merciless need in your life, your brain will consciously and subconsciously find a way to it.