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Tony Robbins: How to have the best year of your life

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/06/life-coach-tony-robbins-how-to-have-the-best-year-of-your-life.html

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Tony Robbins: How to have the best year of your life
New year, new you. The holidays are approaching and 2019 will be here soon. To make 2019 the best year of your life, you have to be clear about what you want, says life coach Tony Robbins, who famously overcame poverty and a traumatic childhood to achieve tremendous success.

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Tony Robbins's tips for having the best year of your life: 🌠 🌠

1. Always keep learning: Otherwise, you’re going to keep operating off the same old beliefs that have not gotten you to the level you want.

2. Stay physically active: Challenging your body keeps you sharp and focused.

3. Identify a person who already has what you want: You need to decide to find a great role model.

4. Take action, but be willing to change course.

5. Give back: Helping others imbues your own life with purpose.

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