Uniting a Broken Country | Tony Robbins Podcast

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Police shootings. Border protests. White nationalist rallies. There’s no denying that we live in a time of racial divide that only seems to be growing. And while it’s easy to direct our focus to these great chasms that separate us, this is actually when it becomes even more imperative to start focusing on what unites us.

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, Tony is sitting down with Pastor Miles McPherson of the Rock Church in San Diego, who leads tens of thousands of diverse individuals in sermon every month. He’s also a former NFL football player, motivational speaker, and he has recently authored The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation. Pastor Miles brings a refreshingly different perspective to the discussion around race and race relations, asking the tough questions about how we ended up in this state of tension and turmoil, and what we can do on a psychological and practical level, so that we can initiate real change.

Where does racism come from? Are we all biased in some capacity? How do we expose racial divides, and most importantly, how do we move beyond them? These are just some of the questions that Tony and Pastor Miles have a tough, honest conversation about so that we can all find a way to be part of the solution. Because perhaps it’s time for us to all take a step back, stop focusing on what separates us, and star focusing on what we have in common, so that we can all work together to build a more united world.

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  • John Remlinger says:

    Thank you for everything tony,,, I swear you’ve seriously helped me … god bless you man

  • Danish Khan says:

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  • M Turner says:

    oh man i have experianced racism for years and still being targeted but i deal with it different these days depending on the severity

  • Celine Adobea says:

    Had same experience with a scandinavian father and african mother 😍 thanks for sharing 🌳

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  • Steve Leinweber says:

    Millie Weaver’s recent video powerfully touches on the subject of hate and racism in our country and shows what happens when dialogue occurs vs. using racism as a political weapon.

    If you enjoy watching someone experience a powerful transformation in perception (like what happens in many of Tony’s events), check out Millie’s video. Very eye opening.


  • God Save The Stream says:

    pedantic schmucks. CA is a shithole and they used racism to drive out whites from cities. Those places used to be white, clean and prosperous. Then, we went to school and virtue signalers told us how racist, spoiled and lazy we are as they refused to hire Americans and now, we have slums and rats. Are you sick of hoidy toidy snobs and their shyster seminars and hot air?

  • God Save The Stream says:

    California, where it’s okay to give you HIV blood and syringes, but not plastic straws. Now, let’s listen to some deep profound racist talk. Yes, we are all empty Oprah now. California, where six figures means you are still homeless.

  • Affiliate Knowledge says:

    We are all children of God. We are all human. We all breathe the same air. We all feel the same sadness when a loved one is lost. We all feel the same joy when surrounded by our family and friends. We all need to drink water, eat food and go to sleep. We are all brothers and sisters and should treat each other with respect. Much love to you all.

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  • Matthew Alexander says:

    Thank you for sharing your discussions and knowledge Tony

  • God Save The Stream says:

    So fake and phony. Lawfare being used against white people. These two panderers could not be LESS into human rights and equality. Liars.

  • iMarketing Ninja says:

    “Do not look for a sanctuary in anyone except your self.” – Buddha

  • Ultimate Psychology says:

    “Unity through honor.”

  • prenom nom says:

    thank you Mr. Tony , you are an amazing person , is there anything you would like to ask me about ? gratitude <3

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