Feb 22, 2017
He’s not the best actor of all time.
Not even close.
I mean, sometimes I can’t even understand what the heck he’s talking about. It’s like he has marbles in his mouth.
At the same time, he’s one of my favorite actors ever. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched Rocky IV. I saw Creed at the theater three times. And I’ll still stop whatever I’m doing to watch Tango & Cash, Demolition Man, or any of the Rambo flicks on cable.
But what if I were to tell you that Sylvester Stallone’s storied career almost never happened?
What if I were to tell you that as an out-of-work screenwriter, he was so broke and hungry that he sold his dog for $25 in front of a liquor store?
Today on The Quote of The Day Show, Tony Robbins shares Sylvester Stallone’s unforgettable story of persistence. And how Sly got his dog back.