Coming up tonight at 9, Piers Morgan invites Tony Robbins back to the program, as the best-selling author and legendary peak performance strategist shares his patented blend of positivity and mental strength.
Addressing such issues as trauma and stress in one's life, Robbins says the fundamental tenant is to understand that everything begins within one's mind:
"First of all, I want to make one thing clear: The quality of your life is the quality of where you live emotionally," he tells the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host. "But we all have a home. Angry people find a way to get angry even if their life doesn’t have anything to be angry about. We can always find it. Sad people find a way to be sad. Caring people find a way to care for other people. So one thing to identify is where are you living? What’s your home? What’s your habit? And then the way to change it."
Telling the tale of days in which he found himself homeless, the 52-year-old self-help guru reveals the ways in which he found the strength to persevere, and prosper:
"I didn't have the Internet, but I've decided I had to go to a library and I had to feed my mind. And I always tell people the first stage is, you know, weeds grow automatically," he tells Morgan. "One of my teachers taught me, he said: 'Every day stand guard at the door of your mind and feed it something good, because if your worst enemy puts sugar in your coffee, here, you're fine. If your best friend, by accident, trying to help you, puts some strychnine, you're dead.'"
Watch the clip, listen to the interview, and learn about the five individual pillars that the guest views as critical to happiness and success in life. Then tune in this evening at 9, as Robbins joins Morgan for an engaging and inspirational hour of television.
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