💪 Your Identity Is The Strongest Force – Tony Robbins

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39 thoughts on “💪 Your Identity Is The Strongest Force – Tony Robbins

  1. People always count for a bit. Until they begin to forget about the habit. Then the days no longer matter.

  2. Tony Robbins. Such power in his words here. Thank you for posting!

  3. That line of “so you can tell people how long you lasted this time” is enough to shock some people back into place. Hell Ik it almost did for me and I’m a current smoker that used to try to quit and I gave up on trying but that line is chilling

  4. I’ve quit for over a decade. I just told my husband yesterday that I haven’t smoked for 11 years and 10 months. I guess I am counting because I never thought I could do it, and I’m proud that I quit.

  5. @S K brilliant👌, that’s a number to be proud of, I must be close to 10 years myself.

  6. “Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.” John 1:12

  7. It’s been 2 years since I quit. I remember because of how hard it was to do it mentally!

  8. Through my many attempts to get sober I would always count the days, a friends mom said something just like this to me, told me how when I really wanna get sober I’m count my blessings not days. Still don’t know my exact sober day count but I know it’s still going, best of luck anyone out there battling

  9. Everyday is a victory. It’s been eight days of being victorious, and I’m holding strong! That is a better way of looking at it.

  10. Taking it one day at a time and not overwhelming themselves works for a lot of different people.

  11. I count so I can feel like im making progress, progress makes me proud and motivates me to get through another day. I tell people because I’m proud of myself.

  12. I counted in recovery to know how long it had been since I changed my life for the better. If anyone askd I have them a Anwser like 3 years or 3 months whatever it was. In my head knowing it was 392 days exactly. Plus you have to take it one day at a time. Helps build confidence when you see that number grow ! Good luck to anyone out there trying to be better !

  13. people count days not smoking because after 2 weeks you don’t crave it anymore (but you still do.) You deliberately said that just to get people commenting btw.

  14. I started out counting hours, then days when it was weeks and weeks when it was months… The larger numbers helped me mentally to feel like it was a larger accomplishment. After about 5 years I quit thinking about it at all, but next year will be 15 years and I don’t miss it 1 bit.

  15. I’m still counting. 5 years in November 26 2017, the day the Lord set me free

  16. Love this. It’s so true use to drink🍷 alcohol everyday no matter the time. Then one day I just stopped. I don’t know how long it has been since I had a drink but it is nice not to be so alcohol dependent. Stay strong 💪

  17. Been 13 years clean, I counted the whole time. It’s natural to want to feel progression over something that dictated your life.

  18. This pinned comment has more valid information in it than the actual post. Post is a weird take.

  19. 💥🔥Great video. Chosing who you are in life is very powerful.

  20. @CrackerJackBundy and back to things that never at all happened in this persons life…

  21. I haven’t drank in 6 years and i can say from experience that having that number go up when you first start is a huge confidence boost

  22. I’m proud of you too 🙂 I know how hard it is to quit

  23. This is actually the correct way to fight addiction. Because the number one rule on fighting addiction is that there will always come the day that you relapse.

    What’s important to do is to track your progress, because with each relapse, what you’ll notice, is that more time will have passed since the last time you relapsed. This here is your actual progress, not just the time where you’re staying clean.

    If you go into the entire ordeal with the mindset that you will never relapse, 9/10 times you’re never beating this addiction. You will relapse, because you’re fucking human. This is the exact same thing with getting into working out, if you think you’re some fkn main character who’s gonna be able to start and mantain a workout program thats 6-5 times a week right off the bat then you’re either crazy (which some are and it works out for them) or you’re egocentric af and you’re just gonna fail within a month lol.

  24. @Scrub Lord Avoiding the doctor because you don’t want to hear bad news isn’t the same as not having health problems.

  25. Funny thing is I totally understand what you’re saying and agree but he also makes a valid point in some sense

  26. A lot of people don’t understand addiction unfortunately

    12 step process never fails. Cheers to your sobriety!

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