Conor McGregor, the undeniable force | Tony talks to “The Notorious” about his unwavering certainty, ruthless mindset and how he became the king of combat sports
Conor McGregor will go down in history as one of the greatest mixed martial arts fighters of all time. In this interview with Tony Robbins, he shares the bulletproof mindset that took him from being a plumber’s apprentice in Dublin to worldwide fame as the most “Notorious” fighter on the planet and the biggest name in the UFC. You’ll also get an inside look at two of the most anticipated fights in combat sports: Conor’s landmark boxing match with 11-time world champion Floyd Mayweather Junior – and his lightweight MMA title fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov. Conor also explains how he’s driven his new whiskey company, Proper 12, to become an overnight success, and he opens up about his passion for helping others and the philanthropic projects he supports.
Defining Kevin Hart | The standup comic turned media mogul on the power of authenticity and the missteps that made him a better man
Comedian. Actor. Writer. Author. Producer. Network owner. Those are just a few titles that Kevin Hart has on his resume, but his aspirations don’t stop there. By the time he’s 45, Kevin plans to add business mogul to his growing list of accomplishments, joining other entertainers like Oprah Winfrey and Lebron James. Perhaps what sets Kevin apart from other comedians and actors is that he is more than just an entertainer for hire. He’s gone from being a cog in the Hollywood machine – to being the machine, by strategically building a media empire, inking production deals with major TV networks and film companies. In this episode, Kevin shares his story of how he went from being a shoe salesman in Philadelphia, to breaking through the competitive world of show business and becoming one of the highest paid entertainers in the world. He also opens up about his own human flaws, and how he’s leveraged them to become a better man.
Abby Wambach leads the pack | The World Cup champion on how to turn failure into fuel
Abby Wambach is a legend – the illustrious and internationally renowned G.O.A.T. of American soccer. The iconic striker and play-maker hailing from Rochester, NY is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA World Cup champion, and the long-time captain of the U.S. National Team. Leading the charge for the Red, White, and Blue for some 15 years – alongside Mia Hamm, Alex Morgan and everyone in between – Wambach led the USWNT to victory in the 2015 World Cup just before announcing her retirement from the sport of soccer. She is STILL the highest all-time international goal-scorer, with more goals than any other player in the game, male or female. Abby became an icon not only for her talents but also for her leadership and resilience. In this episode, she discusses her new book, WOLFPACK: How to Come Together, Unleash Our Power, and Change the Game, in which she outlines the eight new rules of leadership. Abby is interviewed by Tony’s right arm, creative partner, and former ESPN writer, Mary Buckheit, who has covered Abby’s career through the decades.
The Wonder Woman who might save your life | Meet Martine Rothblatt, Sirius XM co-founder who now creates life-saving technologies
After co-founding SiriusXM Radio, Martine Rothblatt took a leap of faith when her youngest daughter developed a fatal lung illness with no available treatment. Determined to help her daughter, and with no formal background in science or biology, she created United Therapeutics, which developed a lifesaving molecule that not only saved her daughter, but tens of thousands of others in the process – proving that when your WHY is strong enough, you’ll find the HOW. In this exclusive interview with Tony Robbins at one of his business seminars, Martine shares how she has built her entire career on achieving the seemingly impossible, and also reveals her own process for turning visionary ideas into technology that changes lives.
Secrets of peak performance | What you can learn from Tony’s work with the best athletes and coaches in the world
Have you ever wondered how world-class athletes – the ones whose names will live throughout history, like Serena Williams, Michael Phelps, and Lebron James – get to where they are? Do they just show up and start shooting three point shots, or hitting 200 mile-an-hour serves? Certainly not. What about coaches? What are the secrets behind the massive success of legendary coaches like Pat Riley, John Wooden and Bill Belichick – who have more earned back-to-back championships and created sports team dynasties that last for decades, even with completely different kinds of players? Find out what Tony Robbins has learned from over 40 years of working closely with some of the best athletes and coaches of all time.