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Tony Robbins - Serve Something Greater Video

Tony Robbins - Serve Something Greater Video

Tony Robbins - Serve Something Greater Video


"Any state that's a beautiful state is really the core essence of who you are without fear. The decision to say, "I am not going to suffer," that if suffering arises ... Pain is one thing; suffering is another. Suffering comes when we obsess about ourselves, what we're getting or not getting, what we should have done, what others should have done for us. It's the me, me, me, me, me game. Here's what people don't get. You can end suffering by stop focusing on yourself and focus on something you want to serve greater than yourself. No one knows what's going to really happen in your life, life is full of uncertainty, but here's what you can know: you can decide no matter what happens, you're going to have a great time."

- Tony Robbins

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