For nearly two decades, Anthony Robbins has dedicated his life to discovering the most advanced principles for producing accelerated change. He is the nation's expert in the psychology of peak performance and personal, professional, and organizational "turnaround".
He also leads the way in providing cutting-edge tools for individuals wanting to make radical improvements in their careers, emotional well-being, relationships, finances, time management, health and vitality, and professional growth.
While self-help and motivational speakers attempt to motivate people to change, Tony provides an actual method — a scientific tool for self empowerment. Tony has dedicated his life to studying and scrutinizing the success patterns of the world's greatest achievers, and has applied these patterns to the lives of everyday people. He also uses his dynamic skills and proven technologies to help children and the homeless.
Tony consults members of three royal families and provides daily and weekly coaching to several prominent world figures.
He has strived to empower millions of people to improve their lives through his five best-selling books, published in 14 languages, and his acclaimed personal development audio series, Personal Power®, which is the most successful of all time with 25 million cassettes sold in less than five years.
Anthony Robbins has served as a peak performance consultant to the winning 1992 U.S. America's Cup Team, 1993 Stanley Cup finalists, the Los Angeles Kings; 1994 U.S. Open Champion, Andre Agassi; and the 1995 San Antonio Spurs. Robbins has also been a consultant to executives from such Fortune 500 companies as American Express, Xerox, IBM, AT&T, Hallmark and Southwestern Bell. In addition, the U.S. Army has utilized and benefited from Robbins' technologies — and Robbins has advised the President of the United States.
He was selected as a consultant for the regeneration of Sheffield, England and has spoken before members of the British House of Commons and the House of Lords.
In addition to his various accomplishments, Tony also leads the Anthony Robbins Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization whose volunteers feed more than 125,000 people every Thanksgiving in 65 cities across North America.