Are you familiar with the man called Tony Robbins?
He’s the world’s most successful transformational coach. And he’s larger than life – 6 foot 7, massive teeth and a booming voice. You could say he has quite a presence!
He’s famous for his intensive seminars on self development, business and relationships, all to help people make massive positive changes in their lives.
He recently brought his ‘Unleash the Power Within‘ seminar to Sydney, and I jumped at the chance to attend.
His seminars are infamous for the ‘firewalk’ – where attendees walk over a bed of red hot coals.
And yes, I did it. Listen in to hear my experience, and the lessons learned.
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Rules for a successful firewalk:
- Get into a positive physiological state BEFORE you walk. Make your move and shout “YES!”
- Walk at a normal pace. No running, no slow shuffle
- Look UP and FORWARD, not down at the coals
- Chant an incantation as you walk – in this case: “cool moss, cool moss, cool moss…”
- When you step off the coals, WIPE YOUR FEET. Coals sticking to your feet = not a fun time.
- When you’re done, celebrate like a madman on acid.
Lessons learned from the firewalk:
The firewalk is a metaphor for making massive positive changes or accomplishing a challenge in any area of your life.
To do it requires 3 things:
- A change in PHYSIOLOGY
- A change in FOCUS
- A change in LANGUAGE
I go in to more detail in the podcast – listen to find out more!