Tony Robbins 6 Basic Human Needs: #5 The Need for Contribution

Today, we are going to talk about the core need for Contribution

Contribution is the act of looking beyond oneself, going beyond one's own needs, and giving to others with no hoped-for or expected personal gain. It's contributing to other people, a cause, or to a movement. It's a way to...

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Tony Robbins 6 Basic Human Needs: #4 The Need for Certainty

My mentor Tony Robbins adapted this theory into one of the best tools for life transformation: The Six Basic Human Needs Assessment. The needs are Love/Connection, Variety, Significance, Certainty, Growth, and Contribution. The first four needs are necessary for survival and successful life. The...

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Tony Robbins 6 Basic Human Needs: #2 The Need for Variety or Uncertainty

The first step to living a fulfilled life is understanding the six basic human needs.

These needs are not things that you can buy or give to yourself, but they are essential for your continued growth and development as a person. The concept of these needs was birthed by Sigmund Freud, contributed...

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Tony Robbins 6 Basic Human Needs: #1 The Need for Love/Connection

The first step to living a fulfilled life is understanding the six basic human needs.

These needs are not things that you can buy or give to yourself, but they are essential for your continued growth and development as a person. The concept of these needs was birthed by Sigmund Freud, contributed...

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My Idea was dying in my hands, and I needed it to live

Creativity is a powerful force. Creativity helps us to see things in new and different ways, which can lead to the creation of something that has never been created before.

When you have a creative idea, you must have the resources right then and there to breathe life into the idea. Every...

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You:OS The Operating System of Your Mind

I have spent the last 30 years in technology, and my gift or strength has been being able to see technology, look at the future, put two and two together, and be able to connect the dots that one else did.

Even at 15 I somehow saw how technology was my way out and by 30, I was the owner and...

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