Jairek Robbins, Performance Coach University, son of Tony Robbins, Jr

At only 23 years old, Jairek was awarded the Congressional Award (Gold Medal) from the United States Congress. Today, the 31-year old is unlocking secrets for maximizing employee performance and organizational success (and he’s just getting started).

Oliver Wendell Holmes once said “a mind that is stretched to a new idea never returns to its original dimensions.” As an innovator, Jairek is applying his own philosophy and living a life of adventure, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. Whether it’s cage diving with great white sharks, hanging with silverbacks in Rwanda, white water rafting down the Nile, working as a volunteer in underdeveloped regions, or building a powerful enterprise that’s built for results, Jairek does more than talk about it; he stretches the boundaries of traditional thinking and makes it happen.

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] Key moments of Jairek’s life that shaped him

[5:10] The semester at sea that made Jairek evolve

[7:05] The old man in Africa that caught Jairek’s attention and what drove him

[9:39] Why getting sick (and nearly dying) in Africa made Jairek confront what he really wanted out of life

[12:55] How you can use Jairek’s techniques to achieve success, and a quick way to kick a bad habit

[15:40] The quick, easy way to create a new habit

[19:00] Designing your perfect day

[23:24] The 3 part message Jairek lives by

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