Tony Robbins is probably one of the best-known
proponents of self-help success strategies. Tony Robbins made his
first million in less than a year and hasn't looked back. Of course Tony
Robbins now wants you to do the same and he has a number of Tony Robbins
strategies to help you. Whether it's Tony Robbins' 'inner-balance' strategies,
Tony Robbins' tapes and books, Tony Robbins' 'Daily Essential Packs' (vitamins
and diet etc.) or Tony Robbins' motivational stories and writings, Tony
Robbins is certainly up there with the gurus of motivational speaking
and self-development packages. But remember that Tony Robbins is not alone.
There are a lot of very good, very creative alternatives to Tony Robbins.
"The past does not equal the future"
One of Tony Robbins' axioms sums up his strategy to life. Tony
Robbins leads you through his own life and suggests ways that you can
avoid mistakes and failures in your life by looking at his. Tony Robbins
recommends a policy of 'doing whatever it takes' to achieve your goal.
Tony Robbins looks at how you can use 'trial and error', and 'decisive
action' to maximize your potential with improvements of 300%.
Sounds like a good idea, right?
Well imagine that you didn't have to make the errors Tony Robbins talks
of to improve your potential. How much more efficient would that be? Remember,
as Tony Robbins does, that mental as well as physical strategies have
a place in improving your potential. Into The Genius Zone has proven to
be one of the more modern alternatives to Tony Robbins, and shows you
how to harness your own potential and develop yourself faster and in a
fun way. Why limit yourself to 300% improvement? Into The Genius Zone
prefers to think that your potential is unlimited. Whereas Tony Robbins
expects you to make mistakes, Into The Genius Zone shows you how to minimize
your mistakes at the same time as you expand your own boundaries and expectations.
Tony Robbins has been successful. But remember that if you use trial and
error then you're making less progress in the game! Get to the game first.
Stay ahead in the game.
Also remember that Tony Robbins didn't start this game.
Others have been doing this for years, and there are alternatives. As
others such as Lee Wagner of Xarda Publishing have stated, you could learn
as much by reading a few books from Peale, Carnegie and Hill, not to mention
Og Mandini. But, to learn as much in the same time is the key. Reading
Genius a much-heralded package by Ed Strachar could be one way to unlock
your own reading potential and find that alternative to Tony Robbins.