I liken the whole thing to those grown men and women who work on children's television networks, pretending to be 13.. I guess they enjoy their jobs but I'm pretty sure they drink themselves to sleep every night.
|the blonde guy is totally wearing a wig..|
Now, I don't know who caught Breakthrough with Tony Robbins on TV last night but it was so great to watch. [episode link]
We like to joke he's so huge his fist is like a bunch of bananas but he's such a cool person and you can just tell it was a completely genuine story. He really changes people's lives in a significant way and seems like he spent much more time with them than what was just filmed for the show. Sorry, Jillian Michaels.. your Losing it with Jillian is the kind of crap I hate seeing on television. To me the losing seems to refer to all kinds of credibility. "I'm moving into your house for a week and exploiting the shit out of your kids and whatever reason seems fitting for why you're 'fat'! But I'll be back in a couple months to see if you lost a shit ton of weight and just really hope you did it in a healthy way."
So I like Tony's show, even if it trumps Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in making me want to cry my freaking eyes out. I forgive you Tony! I like seeing people who aren't just a quote and a go-get em' attitude.. but really live that way; especially if you're going to do a show like that I'm glad he takes such a personal interest in changing the direction people are going.. and is so excited by their success'. I think especially anyone who works/volunteers in the industry of caregiving, teaching or mentoring can appreciate how great that feels. Nomatter what the circumstances everyone should be living their best lives, and I dig seeing anyone genuinely invested in that.
Catch the show next time if you can, there are only 5 more specials on NBC Tuesdays at 8pm.
Timing in life is everything...you can do the right thing at the wrong time and you will not be rewarded. Know the "season" your in! @tonyrobbins