Check out This Interview with Tony Robbins, Frank Kern and John Reese

August 28th, 2009 by | Print

I watched a video today with Tony Robbins, Frank Kern and John Reese that I know from my own experience expresses truths for success and so I implore you … beg you … please watch this video. This is no BS.

 

I know that many of you are struggling today with your business. And I am a big believer in what your mind believes, you can achieve – which is the essence of this video.

 

I will add that it is important to begin with a business that you are passionate about. If you are not passionate about your purpose, then you will subconsciously (or even consciously) sabotage your efforts and ultimately your ability to succeed. Then again, some of us are passionate about maximizing our potential in whatever form that may be. So you may have to fail at a few attempts until you figure out your path.

 

I will admit that I haven’t been much of a follower of any of these three gentlemen.

 

When I first started seeing the Tony Robbins infomercials on TV over a decade ago, I didn’t watch very long because he seemed like an overly energetic Frankenstein’s monster with big teeth – just not what I was into at the time. I know that he has produced many positive results and changed people lives, otherwise he wouldn’t be a multi-millionaire still going strong today.

 

I became aware of Frank Kern and John Reese over the last year and a half as I studied the business of Information Marketing over the Internet. However, in my learning curve of weeding through and separating out the self-proclaimed “gurus” from those that actual add value, while selling one business and starting another, I simply haven’t spent enough time learning about these two self-made millionaires and what they have to teach. But, I will now.

 

The link to the video is below. It is about 40 minutes long, so make sure that you have the time to watch this through in one sitting without interruption.

 

Interview with Frank Kern and John Reese.

 

All The Best,

Doug Dolan
The Solopreneur’s Guide

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