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Почему мы делаем то, что делаем - Why We Do What We Do by Tony Robbins

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Thank you. I have to tell you I'm both challenged and excited.
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My excitement is: I get a chance to give something back.
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My challenge is: the shortest seminar I usually do is 50 hours.
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(Laughter)
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I'm not exaggerating. I do weekends --
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I do more, obviously, I also coach people --
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but I'm into immersion, because how did you learn language?
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Not just by learning principles,
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you got in it and you did it so often that it became real.
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The bottom line of why I'm here, besides being a crazy mofo, is that --
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I'm not here to motivate you, you don't need that, obviously.
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Often that's what people think I do,
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and it's the furthest thing from it.
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What happens, though, is people say to me,
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"I don't need any motivation."
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But that's not what I do.
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I'm the "why" guy.
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I want to know why you do what you do.
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What is your motive for action?
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What is it that drives you in your life today? Not 10 years ago.
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Are you running the same pattern?
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Because I believe that the invisible force of internal drive, activated,
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is the most important thing.
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I'm here because I believe emotion is the force of life.
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All of us here have great minds.
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Most of us here have great minds, right?
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We all know how to think.
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With our minds we can rationalize anything.
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We can make anything happen.
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I agree with what was described a few days ago,
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that people work in their self-interest.
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But we know that that's bullshit at times.
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You don't work in your self-interest all the time,
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because when emotion comes into it,
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the wiring changes in the way it functions.
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So it's wonderful to think intellectually about how the life of the world is,
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especially those who are very smart can play this game in our head.
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But I really want to know what's driving you.
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What I would like to invite you to do
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by the end of this talk is explore where you are today, for two reasons.
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One: so that you can contribute more.
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And two: that hopefully we can not just understand other people more,
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but appreciate them more, and create the kinds of connections
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that can stop some of the challenges that we face today.
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They're only going to get magnified by the very technology that connects us,
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because it's making us intersect.
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That intersection doesn't always create a view
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of "everybody now understands everybody,
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and everybody appreciates everybody."
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I've had an obsession basically for 30 years,
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