Ray Dalio Makes Tony Robbins Nervous

Nothing has ever scared the guru more than having to interview his own guru.
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Sure, Tony Robbins is the world’s most famous motivational speaker and life coach, a man who can teach you how to master the “science of achievement” and “art of fulfillment” in just half-a-day for the low, low price of $3,000. Why, three decades ago, he took a brash young asshole named Paul Tudor Jones under his wing and turned him into the faltering hedge-fund magnate he is today. Wall Street has nothing to teach the great man, you must be thinking. It is, instead, the guru who has much to teach Wall Street.

It turns out, however, that there is one man who has something to offer Tony. A man with valuable lessons on how to live a principled life. A man who hunts wildebeests and tames hyenas and instills something like fear into the man-eater. A man who coincidentally has a new book to sell.

Robbins writes in his new book "Unshakeable" that,"I've met a lot of extraordinary people over the years, but I've never met anyone smarter than Ray."

Robbins spent between 12 and 13 hours preparing for a one-hour Facebook live his friend, the legendary hedge fund boss Ray Dalio, asked him to do.

"I just I want to be so prepared that no matter what happens, I can make it happen," says Robbins.

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