Carlos, this is indeed a good start for my first post on G+ .Your DISLIKE is brilliant (ha ha)
For Tony Robbins, I consider him with a Skeptical approach rather than giving full credit for everything he is saying (like everything actually).
He is a motivationnal speaker with a "analytical" approach whatever his analytical approach is tough or not, remains to be seen. I'm not considering him a scientist and never will.
For this talk, however, he is hitting a few points I enjoy which are Emotions and Resourcefulness. Those notions are usually forgotten nowadays and we need to dig deeper into them.
His level of energy in this talk is great and motivating and I appreciate that. No wonder that a few years after seeing it, for the first time, I'm still remembering it.
Consider his ideas as directions where you can improve yourself. However for the blue print or day to day practice, you need to do your own due diligence such as reading 59 seconds, which I recommend greatly or reading more philosophical work such as Stoicism with Marcus Aurelius or Seneca.
I recon, Carlos, that the man is coming with an inflammatory reputation and we should be careful about it. But it is not because of his reputation, that every part of his message should be dump in the garbage. And if he was that terrible, his talk would not be one of the most popular around within the TED community... ; )