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#99 Inspirational Story of Sylvester Stallone, Delivered by Anthony Robbins

Posted: August 25th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Life | 2 Comments »

I heard this story for the first time on They recently published a video of Anthony Robbins describing Stallone’s personal story – one that was exchanged in a conversation between the two greats. After watching it, I couldn’t help but wonder how strong of a level of passion or determination Sylvester Stallone had kept to keep pushing on during the lowest moments in his life.

To hear Stallone’s story gives my blood even more confidence, energy and motivation in fulfilling my goal.

What do you think?

I hope you’ll find its message to be inspirational:

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2 Comments on “#99 Inspirational Story of Sylvester Stallone, Delivered by Anthony Robbins”

  1. 1 Suzanne said at 3:03 am on August 26th, 2010:

    Sylvester Stallone’s all is felt in his movies, which has viewers feel what he’s lived through in life, but without knowing from where such sensitivity comes from. It’s true, when one experiences privation, from misery to success, it molds the person in all ways. One doesn’t often recognize something bigger then themselves is at work, forming and shaping who we are, by a passion to go beyond adversity. It’s just seems to be the way in life. But for those who do distinguish that it’s a time of growth, the knowledge is reflected in their passion. With passion, one acknowledges and glorifies a higher consciousness whose love is infinite for his creation of which we are his own. One forges ahead by turning misery into joyful success. As what seems impossible then becomes reality (St Luke 1:37 {AV}; St. Matt. 17:20). Stallone indeed moves mountains. My novel “Mommy’s Writings: Mommy, would you like a sandwich? is an account to uplift the human spirit by inspiring the love of God, even when all else says otherwise. I recognize, like Stallone, from where passion originates from.

    Suzanne McMillen-Fallon, Published Author (year-end 2010)’s Writings: Mommy, would you like a sandwich

  2. 2 Him said at 2:38 pm on September 7th, 2010:

    Thanks Suzanne :)

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