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Market research has traditionally relied on the belief that people make decisions based on rational thought processes — but they don’t. What does this mean for your business?
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To figure out what consistently convinces someone, you must first find out what sensory building blocks he or she needs to become convinced. http://tonyr.co/2Bhfs5D
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When you negotiate from a position, you’re setting yourself up for failure and frustration. Here’s Keith Cunningham’s secret to how interest gives you the best leverage for your negotiations in business and beyond.
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In any market category, potential customers head online to conduct research. The moment of truth is when they reach your site: Will you draw them into your sales process, or allow them to click away?
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Relationship expert Esther Perel talks to Tony about infidelity, intimacy and the danger of expectations in this episode of The Tony Robbins Podcast. Listen here: http://tonyr.co/2xBWXCW
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Are you a matcher or a mismatcher? Find out more about this key metaprogram.
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When you focus on disruption, you are pitting yourself against existing players. What if you shifted your focus to creating new markets that make customers’ lives more productive and more meaningful? http://tonyr.co/2wmLMhz
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Your beliefs are the one thing that can carry you forward and hold you back at the same time. Here are the steps to change your beliefs and improve your life for the better.
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Pitbull is the latest guest on the Tony Robbins Robbins Podcast!
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We cannot change the fact that we experienced pain in the past. But we all have the power to take a step back and see how that pain served a greater purpose.
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