The Games Do Count - Study Guide Tony Robbins Summary & Analysis

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Tony Robbins, a motivational speaker, wanted to play sports when he was young but did not have the opportunity until his mother remarried when he was in fifth grade. Tony's new father was a semi-pro baseball player who encouraged Tony to play baseball. This encouragement helped Tony connect to his new father while they trained together. Later Tony switched to football but found he had come to the game too late to do well, but he learned to toughen up. When Tony missed making the baseball team in junior high, he changed his desire to be a professional ballplayer to the idea of becoming a sportscaster. Later, Tony learned that Howard Cosell was going to be at a local department store. Tony went and managed to get an interview with Cosell for his school paper. Later, the LA Times ran a story about...

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