Bait and switch
I used to be a huge fan of Tony Robins. I grew up in a third world country reading his books in my adolescent years. I was moved to take an action and moved to the United States at the age of eighteen. As podcasting world exploded in the last couple years, Tony apparently wants to have his cake and eat it too. The ONLY podcast where Tony participated throughout the whole podcast, was podcast #1. I did listen through the whole archive (available as of today). He only does 1-2 minute introduction, and the rest of the episode (30 min or so) is conducted by his employees/trainees/his programs graduates. While somewhat interesting, most of the interviews/discussion topics would be applicable for big corporations. Most of the information is immaterial/irrelevant to the life of mere mortals. Tony Robbins shall perhaps consider that most of the listeners of the podcasts are regular people, not high end executives of Apple, Google, Starbucks and other name dropping the podcast is full of.
Podcast_Listener_28 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/02/16
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