Tony Robbins is known for working long days. He travels far and wide, visiting more than 60 countries every year.
He has a team of around ten people flying with him in his private jet, so he can plan and manage his businesses while traveling. With a hand in more than 30 companies, including consultancies and sports teams, Robbins is a very busy man.
No two days in Tony Robbins' life are the same, but he has some habits that provide the foundation for his success. And given his experience as a pioneer of self-improvement, anyone interested in boosting their own performance and productivity can learn a lot from a day in the life of Tony Robbins.
Tony Robbins wakes up between 7 am and 9 am, depending on what time he went to bed the night before.
Every day starts with the same 10-minute-long regime of meditation, gratitude, yoga, and incantations. He then does some high-intensity training with a personal trainer for 15 minutes.
From there, Robbins heads off to the sauna for a short while and then a cold plunge.
He has a vitamin shake before tucking into a breakfast of eggs and coconut bread or a leafy salad with avocado and olive oil.
Robbins starts the afternoon with a salad. He usually meets with his team to discuss and organize upcoming meetings and seminars.
He can hold dozens of meetings in a day, sometimes starting as early as 9 am and running late into the night. He fills up with a meal replacement shake partway through the afternoon.
Robbins also tries to set aside some time during the afternoon to spend with his wife, Sage, and daughter who both travel with him.
In the evening, Tony Robbins will have organic protein and some vegetables and potatoes. He may fill up with an evening snack later that night to replenish his energy.
His presentations can end as late as 1 am. He always meets with his crew after the event for a rehash and to make any changes based on feedback.
Bedtime for Tony Robbins is late, between two and four in the morning, meaning he sleeps for about 5-6 hours each night.