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How to stop screwing yourself over | Mel Robbins | TEDxSF

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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Mel Robbins is a married working mother of three, an ivy-educated criminal lawyer, and one of the top career and relationship experts in America. Widely respected for her grab-'em-by-the-collar advice and tough love, Robbins drills through the mental clutter that stands between people and what they want. Her approach is smart, effective and entertaining. Five days a week, Mel hosts her own syndicated radio show The Mel Robbins Show, discussing hot topics and giving advice to callers across America. She is starring in a new series, In-Laws, airing this summer on A&E. In addition, she writes a monthly column for Success Magazine, is a former CNBC contributor and is the co-founder of Advice for Living, Inc., which develops products and television programming with experts in the wellness, health, relationship and career categories. Most nights, once the kids are in bed, you'll find Mel at home with a bourbon on the rocks and her Australian Shepherd at her feet, writing about life, love and everything else on her award-winning blog: www.melrobbins.com event video by: http://repertoireproductions.com/
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Prerit Jain (11 минут назад)
Isn't that 400 billion?
Infinite Being (3 часа назад)
Here 5 4 3 2 1 rule changed my life :D
Jim Paar (11 часов назад)
This is so flipping TRUE, anyone can do this. Get your mind right and you can do anything like make $100k a month over and over again. People, success is 80% mind, 20% physical. Stop listening to this messed up world. Quit serving this f’d up society, the government controls the education system, college is a scam, health like flu shots, and so much more. Take control today, let me give you some tips
I will quit my job (17 часов назад)
This is just what I needed
Veronica Grecian (1 день назад)
Wow! Finally a TEDx talk that made actual sense to me! She's an inspriting speaker/presenter and I completely identified with what she was saying!
Hotpocket Moutaindew (1 день назад)
So what. If you skip the instructions on how to fill the day up. This is really kind of pointless. Some people have all that laid out, but everyone elses problem is they don't. And the obstacles and reasons why, no one wants to address or talk about. Like what if they are poor and jobless and have no opportunities? Just get up early? And...? And then what. Go for a walk? What?
swapnil gupta (2 дня назад)
9:14 ,18:32
one two (2 дня назад)
most scattered, obnoxious ted talk I've ever heard
Azraf Khan (3 дня назад)
She is phenomenal.
CircumCrippled TV (2 дня назад)
pro evo7 (3 дня назад)
I loved her self confidence and the way she speaks to the audience.I really found this video helpful 👏
Kristina Blomquist (3 дня назад)
Love it!!! Well absolutely never read comments again!!! Imagine it’s really none of my business what anyone else thinks of this video! ♥️♥️♥️
YouTube Channel (3 дня назад)
So pull yourself up by the boot straps? Wow got it...
CircumCrippled TV (3 дня назад)
1/3 of americans are mutilated. That's 2/3 of all men.
Mark Donohoe (3 дня назад)
Wow Mel, ok I know you're married but jez tell your husband he's so lucky
hypatia123456 (3 дня назад)
TED talks....why r u introducing her as the married , working mother of 3?!!!!! Wtf?!!!!write her professional credentials....n those only.....Ted talk needs a TED talk on sexism...
Huong Vu Ngoc (4 дня назад)
The talk content is ver impressive and useful. Iam now Mel Robbins follower ^^
stmayhem1 (4 дня назад)
sorry but she sounds like a bad preacher. it's clear she's a happy successful woman who probably never struggled in her entire life. it's so easy to tell someone - just go and do it. why do people have psychological problems? why do people have depression? because it's not as simple as telling someone just do it. some people can't just do it. it takes years of inner work. so no, this message doesn't work. it's an equivalent of a whole bookstore of self-help books, you read them and nothing changes in your life, because no one can follow such a diluted, generalized advice.
NNEKA A. (5 дней назад)
I want to win the mega millions/powerball ...
NNEKA A. (5 дней назад)
Damn Ray those smoking eyes tho ...
Faker Playmaker (5 дней назад)
Yeah but people are not unique so the odds of you being born dont matter because people develope their personality through experiences so if you lived somewhere else you wont be the same person. Nobody is special
Sylvie seven (5 дней назад)
This is one of the best talks/ motivational speeches i've come across
Maddie Peyton (5 дней назад)
equestriem (5 дней назад)
I really like how she presented.
mucella cetin (7 дней назад)
I am a kid and want to do want I want to because I know that if I dont do it now I am not going to be able to do it when I am older for example I used to want to buy pink t-shirt but I didnt have enough money and I am older and dont want it anymore.
Keure Bang (6 дней назад)
So was it really important to have it in the first place then? If later you're not going to want it any more? Isn't it wiser to be sure. I think adequate self restraint and discipline now, looking toward the future, is great to form your character into a better person (and this is to your own advantage and the advantage of others).
Emily Peters (7 дней назад)
this was so good!!
Diva Azia (7 дней назад)
Ive known what i want forever i just haven't picked something yet...this was needed
Norma Deluna (7 дней назад)
She is awesome.
Jazmine Torres (7 дней назад)
she's amazing!
stevenstrumpf7 (7 дней назад)
Something societally acceptable but untrue.
HackYourHealth (7 дней назад)
Definitely clicked on this video because I didn't feel like studying. Caught red handed. BYE gonna go force myself to do it!
Sadhanabrata Roy (8 дней назад)
These are the rules that one follows when they cheat of their spouses or infidelity issues
Life Experiences (8 дней назад)
Michelle Kerr (8 дней назад)
This woman is amazing.
Phenix e (8 дней назад)
Terrific presentation. I give this type of message to people when they ask me about my success. "Make yourself do it!" or "Set 6 alarm clocks to get up and be at work on time!" This is a video I'll share with my employees today. Autopilot and the emergency brake is the perfect analogy.
Sophia Souedan (8 дней назад)
Hey hello how are you how can I call you I need you to help me out with my whole life please please help me please please help please
Malou (8 дней назад)
"I don't care how you feel. I care about what you want. And if you listen to how you feel when it comes to what you want, you will not get it. Because you will never feel like it."
Latifa Hajar (9 дней назад)
1:400,000,000,000 still wish I wasn’t born
Doma Decimator (9 дней назад)
But wait- she herself acknowledges the inner voice that if others heard they'd institutionalise you- and then she still says do that first thing that you want to do... Even if it's, say, killing someone?
Glücks Grüti (9 дней назад)
what if i don't want anything?
CircumCrippled TV (9 дней назад)
RESPECT! This is RESPECT! one of RESPECT! the most RESPECT! inspiring RESPECT! speeches RESPECT! of all RESPECT! time.
Diksha Verma (9 дней назад)
So motivated! I gotta stick to my things and keep getting ahead.
انا ناجحة (10 дней назад)
6:17 that was a pushover
Kiran Chand Pradhan (10 дней назад)
I felt like I saw Gordon Ramsay in a female figure.
Dave Barkley (10 дней назад)
This was a very good motivational speech I needed this GOD has answered my prayers I will start trying no not try but do what I need to do I getting out of this funk I have been filling stuck now that college is almost over I don’t no where I belong and what’s my purpose but I have notice I love cooking I am going to be opening my own business in 2020
Katiuska Marín (10 дней назад)
She was very charismatic
Katiuska Marín (10 дней назад)
3:54 WikiHow haha
Shana Lee (10 дней назад)
She was all over the place. Topic changed and i wasn't able to keep focus.. Get to the point. Or title
Noa Baak (11 дней назад)
She's literally babysitting your intelligence. Nothing wrong but a little annoying.
Natasha Tretyakov (12 дней назад)
I appreciate her wisdom, but impulsiveness isn't necessarily a good thing.
kalan yost (12 дней назад)
MM P (12 дней назад)
Actually sometimes we DO feel like eating healthily. Only problem is, that that initial activation energy doesn't last for a second or third attempt.
Claire (12 дней назад)
13:33 Feelings are there for a reason though! Im back off to bed haha
Eric Fartman (12 дней назад)
Best TED Talk Ever!!! But now i have to move, i have only 5 seconds to get up :D
tomcata1467 (14 дней назад)
All is vanity, and a striving to catch the wind, cause in the end, we all still die, and once again, become the dust of the earth.
Son Xicor (14 дней назад)
Tim Roberts (14 дней назад)
Typically motivational speaker. Talks a lot, states some facts done by other’s hard work, and ends up not saying anything
Gregory Dyer (14 дней назад)
Alot of this has do with support, for those of us with no family and friends due to life and relocations it can all seem useless, pointless. The only reason at a certain time in life is the one you loved, when that is gone by death or separation motivation can be crushed and hard to get back.
JamiAndMarla LOVE (14 дней назад)
Right ON!!! We have been teaching these methods for more than twenty years!!! Works!!
Martina V. (14 дней назад)
Yes amazing speech... But what about depression?
Smriti charu (14 дней назад)
Aircraft Mechanic (15 дней назад)
I like her
Harika Bieber (15 дней назад)
Damn she's cool.... (Goes back to sleep)
Calenda Maia (15 дней назад)
This talk illustrates better than any other why Americans are so irritated by the answer "Fine". In fact, if they ask you how you are and you answer "fine", they ask you "just fine"? So, you always have to say "fabulous, fab, wonderful, whoooa". But these adjectives sound so exaggerated to the cynical European ear. A friend of mine from Rome told me he met once an American colleague at a conference. She almost ran into him, screaming "HELLO! HOW ARE YOU?! SO FABULOUS MEETING YOU", and while he was smiling at her, he had a voice clinging in his head, that spoke in the dialect of Rome with a phrase like "What the f*(c)# are you talking about?" =)
Raven Harris (15 дней назад)
You’re never going to “FEEL” like it.
Tsetsi (15 дней назад)
LOL... what a title!
du de (16 дней назад)
I can't say anything. Really amaze me
Elena Bejenari (16 дней назад)
She reminds me of me <3
Screaming Internally (16 дней назад)
Dancing? No thank you
Hector Salazar (16 дней назад)
Love This! There are so many ways and styles to say this but she got my attention!
SouLoveLee (16 дней назад)
Always wondered if she was related or married to Tony Robbins 🙄
Derrick Wright (17 дней назад)
8:00 She spoke wrong. It's 1 in 400 billion! You need 3 more zeros for a trillion
Tuxedo Cat (17 дней назад)
Never heard of you
Lonje Maries Wisdom (17 дней назад)
I audition in Cabazon California today for America’s got talent I once again went to one of her videos ,right before I performed ,she said courage is not the assurance that everything is going to turn out well ,it is the ability to at least try ,she has changed so many peoples lives for the positive!!
Lonje Maries Wisdom (17 дней назад)
I LOVE her the 5 second rule helped me do my first stand up comedy routine.I told myself,I’m not backing out,and I DIDNT!!
Mehdi Zarmdini (17 дней назад)
Self-sabotage due to confusing emotions is probably by far why most people end up not achieving their full potential !
Woolsey Band (17 дней назад)
She has the best personality. Such a good ted talk!
كل شيىء everything (17 дней назад)
شكرااا مترجمين
Celeste Myers (17 дней назад)
Amazing! This is a life lesson that so many people need to learn! Sharing with friends and family ASAP! It's incredible how many people do not realize that their destiny is in their hands and it is completely about how they perceive and address their obstacles. True, we don't all come from a level playing field - but we CAN craft the lives and achieve the goals we envision for ourselves.
Cecily Taylor (17 дней назад)
Thank yiu.
Vedran M123 (17 дней назад)
孙龙 (18 дней назад)
Maryam Moqaddas (18 дней назад)
a little "overmotivational", isn't it? I get the idea, it's nice and motivational, but you can't just feed people things as "science". and if we always listen to the "5 second rule" we might as well harm ourselves, our impulses are not always rational! But I did like the idea if "inner snooze button". and I don't know if the statistics on the chance of you being born were actually correct, but they were motivational.
Tony Silva (18 дней назад)
1 in 400 trillion chance that you're not regarded as human cattle LOL think about it human resource hello? LMAO that's no different than a chunk of coal, that's a natural resource to. I would have been happier more pleased if they open the curtains and The Wizard of Oz appeared, you starting to get me now?
Kimberly Wright (18 дней назад)
I want my small business to be successful .....lots of money for me and my children ...I want to be filled with joy doing it....I want a husband who shares my same faith in Christ and he adores me and I adore him.
Kathleen Kavanagh (19 дней назад)
This was the absolute best motivational speech I ever heard! Brilliant! Thank you! Kathy
Epic Killer Gamer (19 дней назад)
Me (Scrolling through youtube): "How to stop screwing yourself over? Say no more!"
Lavanya Kapoor (19 дней назад)
Thank you so, so, so much for this!
Barbara Badgett (19 дней назад)
Awesome Words of Wisdom!
Tien Doan (20 дней назад)
how did the scientists have this number 1:400,000,000,000 i dont get it
John C (20 дней назад)
I like her description near the end of that first impulse to get up and dance and then you stop and just sit there. I had that impulse when I got an opportunity to go sky diving. I jumped at it and actually followed through. But, right after I said yes, I thought, "what in the world are you thinking?" Afterwards, I was glad I did it and got to have that experience. I wouldn't have done that had I not given in to that first impulse. The opportunity would have slipped right on by. Now, I need to learn to do that with more things. If given an opportunity, take it. "The things we regret most in life are not the things we've done, but the things we didn't do" - somebody. That is true. If I could go back and change something in my life, I wouldn't change the things I did as much as the things I didn't do. The things I did shaped who I am today. The things I didn't do didn't have the chance to shape who I am today. Missed opportunities, big and small, are regretful. But, that are also learning experiences to not miss them again. Take those opportunities. Get out of bed right away and start your day. Don't wait for it do be awesome; make it awesome.
account_name_online online (20 дней назад)
So gimmicky and hollow
A (21 день назад)
... mel looking like a snack *side smile emoji*
A (21 день назад)
.... she is fit 11/10 would LOL!
Nikco Rucker (21 день назад)
Batwoman (21 день назад)
I'm soo lazy to force my self to do anything. I need someone pointing a gun at me,maybe that might help me get up in the morning 😅 This lady got my attention though, the tough talk I needed..I just hope I'm able to actually do something with this new wisdom, life is on a auto pilot for me too rn and it sucks.. better I do something now because only I can help myself no one else can
Randy Jobst (21 день назад)
Disagree with this. Don't go for something you have to push yourself to do. Push will wear you out. Find something bigger than yourself you are pulled to do. Or a strong Why. If your why sucks, than your effort sucks. If you want to quit smoking to be healthy for your baby on the way, you'll never look back. If you quit because people think you should, you'll be smoking within a week. Pull and a strong Why, find those and you'll have success.
Naia S. (21 день назад)
Wish I saw this 7 years ago hahaa
Vishwa Priya Gayathri (22 дня назад)
I wanna survive a relationship. It's not like I have many, but there are few thinks I did which got my partner think it another way. So now whatever I try to say ends up bad or sometimes it's me in my bad mood speaking wrongly. I keep screwing myself over, by thinking like I'm protecting myself from wrong impression and idea. Honestly I'm just making it way tooo worst for me and my partner , my family, his family. Just everybody. All the problems which me and my boyfriend has are not because of us. It's what we think our parents do/did. I support mine and he supports his. The solution may look simple- that we shouldn't speak about our families to each other. But it's always me who brings it up, not intentionally, yet thinks just get conveyed differently. He started to think I'm taking thinks personally and I'm a person who took advantage over him. I don't know how to solve this. What I do know that I got thinks worst.
eyes2eyes (22 дня назад)
Wow this is such a great video. Best TED talk I've ever seen! Now I'm gonna go act on something I want. Thanks Mel!
Anna Marie Young (22 дня назад)
"a third of people feel dissatisfied with their life"

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