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Old 07-20-2003, 11:44 PM   #1
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Anthony Robbins

Has anybody ever done any of his programs, read any of his books or been to any of his seminars? I have just started getting into one of his books, and it is very interesting. I was thinking of purchasing the "Get the Edge" program that is advertised on TV.

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I'm going to move this to Lemonade Stand.
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the tall guy?
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Wow. Quite the grip. It's like shaking hands with a bunch of bananas.

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the adds get annyoing
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I prefer Tom Robbins
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Last summer I checked his program out from the library. I listened to most of the cds and did all of the exercises. Where am I now? Same place I was before I listened to the wisdom.

My opinion is this: If you need someone to encourage, uplift, praise your potential, or be a good source of advice, listen to the man. He'll make you feel invincible. The only problem is, if you're not easily motivated and you tend to forget his message after a few monthes, you might as well save your time/money and just get a book of inspiration mantras. From what I understand, his programs aren't cheap, so check your local library before you sholve out hundreds of dollars.
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id recommend reading kieran mcconville's account of his dinner with the man in km's journal. it was written recently.
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yeah, has an amazing picture of his comb-over too!
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I prefer Tom Robbins
I prefer Baskin Robbins
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I like Anthony Bobbins. He'll mezmerize you with the power of his white teeth (Stiller show fans?)
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Old 07-22-2003, 04:33 PM   #14
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Good call!

Did not even think about that.
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Tony Robbins and Dr Phil are both self-help gurus that I know nothing about except their names.
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