Tony Robbins Set to Publish His First Book in Almost Twenty Years; Self-Help Guru Now Explains `Money: Master the Game’


Tony Robbins net worth hangs about $48 million and the ultimate name in self-help wants to help readers help themselves.

Tony hasn’t had a new title on the book shelves for almost twenty years, but Robbins’ new book “Money: Master the Game” marks his comeback.

“Money: Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom,” the first book in nearly two decades by Tony Robbins will be published by Simon & Schuster on November 18, 2014.

In a statement, Simon & Schuster publisher Jonathan Karp said “Tony Robbins is the greatest personal development author of our time.

For many years, he has said he would only write a book if he had something important to say.  We’re excited to share his new work, which represents the next chapter in Tony’s mission to transform the lives of his readers.” Robbins the #1 bestselling author and America’s number one life and business strategist published his landmark bestseller Unlimited Power, in 1984.

His follow-up, Awaken the Giant Within, was published in 1991.

Over 37 years Robbins has become the ultimate name in self-help.

In the book Robbins explains how to secure financial freedom.

For four years, Robbins interviewed 50 of the most influential financial minds in the world, including Carl Icahn, Jack Bogle, Ray Dalio, Charles Schwab, Paul Tudor Jones, and Steve Forbes.

He distilled the advice in a a seven-step blueprint that he says is designed to guarantee financial freedom for people at every stage of life.

Robbins was ranked among Harvard Business School Press’s “Top 200 Business Gurus” and Accenture’s Institute for Strategic Change’s “Top 50 Business Intellectuals in the World.” Robbins is said to be the leading authority in human development training.

He coached U.S.

Presidents like President Bill Clinton, Olympic gold medal winners like Serena Williams,  high-profile entertainers from Usher to Pitbull as well as NBA and NFL teams and the United States Army.      

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