Tony and Peter Mallouk introduce their new book, Unshakeable, and explain what motivated them to write it. Like the predictability of cold winter storms that show up year after year, market corrections and crashes will continue to rear their ugly heads. We’ve all suffered losses, or know someone who has; maybe it was when the tech bubble burst in the late 1990’s, when the stock market plunged in 2001, or when the housing market crashed in 2008, and those losses can shake you to your core. So just how does one achieve financial security and peace of mind in a new era of volatility? In the first episode of The Unshakeable Podcast, world’s leading life and business strategist Tony Robbins and his co-author Peter Mallouk (ranked #1 financial advisor by Barron’s for three years in a row) remove the anxiety of economic winter. They discuss the facts and myths surrounding bear markets, why they make us so fearful, and how to not only prepare, but even profit when the market dips — all key concepts straight out of their latest book, Unshakeable. Written as your go-to financial freedom playbook, Unshakeable offers investors of all levels — from millennials to baby boomers — the knowledge, tools, and techniques to become an unshakeable investor; to dispel any fears you have of bear markets, build a strong diversified portfolio, and gain peace of mind amid economic uncertainty. Throughout The Unshakeable Podcast, a companion series to the book, Tony Robbins and Peter Mallouk sit down with Richard Bradley, Editor-in-Chief of Worth Magazine, to discuss core principles for unshakeable investing, and how you can apply them to reach your own financial goals. In this episode of the Unshakeable Podcast, Tony and Peter dive into the 7 “Freedom Facts” that can open your door to financial freedom, and Tony explains why he was inspired to partner with Peter to write Unshakeable in the first place. Legal Disclosure: Tony Robbins is a board member and Chief of Investor Psychology at Creative Planning, Inc., an SEC Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) with wealth managers serving all 50 states. Mr. Robbins receives compensation for serving in this capacity based on increased business derived by Creative Planning from his services. Accordingly, Mr. Robbins has a financial incentive to refer investors to Creative Planning.