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Jan 2 with Tony Robbins

Monday, January 02, 2017

Jan 2 - Tony Robbins - We get depressed when our lives don't match our blueprint, what we thought we should have or where we should be. Maybe we need to paint a new picture of what we want and need. To get unstuck, you can change your life and change your blueprint.

Grow and give. It's about re-wiring your brain. Question your limiting beliefs. Face my fears. Push myself.

Sam, who plays Jamie in OUTLANDER, did 4 screen tests for GAME OF THRONES and was turned down. THANK GOODNESS!!! Otherwise he would not have the part of Jamie.
Garth Brooks wrote the song: Thanks for Unanswered Prayers.

Post Traumatic Growth - some people born in terrible circumstances push and breakthrough and become strong and powerful. They have a strength of spirit by constantly improving their lives.

We have a Date with Destiny.

Thanks Tony.

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    My biggest challenge is trying to get the voices out of my head. My mother's voice said: "Couldn't you have tried harder?" and made me think that I needed to be perfect or that I needed to solve all of the world's problems.
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