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On Sunday, peak performance business strategist and best selling author Tony Robbins rolled his chair into the studio, serving as this round's final "Piers Morgan Tonight" guest host.
As part of Robbins' special appearance, the 6'7" 52-year-old welcomed American business magnate Steve Wynn to share his thoughts on the secret to a successful company.
Explaining that he tries to cultivate a "very familial kind of organization," the chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts went on to add:
"The notion that a single person, acting alone without anybody watching, can change the course of an enterprise is probably true as much for a company as it is for a country...anything that increases someone's self-esteem is much more powerful than money."
Also as part of Robbins' Sunday show, oil magnate T.Boone Pickens joined the program, sharing his plan to wean the United States from OPEC oil and invest in domestic energy, specifically natural gas:
"We have more natural gas than any country in the world. And so if you take it to what we call barrels of oil equivalent, we actually have three times as much oil – not oil, but it's barrels of oil equivalent," said the 84-year-old whose name adorns the football stadium at Oklahoma State, his alma mater.
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Wynn further explains how individuals can impact a company, while Pickens elaborates on the "Pickens Plan," which he insists will bring soldiers home from the Middle East.
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