All of us can remember playing "follow the leader" as kids. We would each watch carefully what the "leader" did and didn't do, and we'd do our best to copy them — with the winner being the one who could match the leader's gestures and behaviors the longest.
Did you know that as adults many of us play a version of "follow the leader" in our daily lives? It's true! We often pick a leader, usually someone who has achieved certain goals or a level of success in life that we'd like to have, and we do our best to copy what they do, and hope that it ends with us being winners — in life.
Playing "follow the leader" can actually be an effective strategy. It's similar to having a role model whose habits and behaviors we emulate in an effort to achieve the same goals they have, and sometimes this approach works.
If you're looking for a leader to follow to help you achieve success, you can't do much better than Tony Robbins — this 57-year-old motivational speaker and life coach is a dynamic force of nature who attacks every facet of his life with a tireless gusto. Robbins doesn't just dream about a successful future — he spends every waking moment devoted to going after it and making sure his goals are always within reach.