Mel Robbins is a top motivational speaker, award-winning CNN commentator, bestselling author, and one of the most booked motivational speakers in the world. Recently, she was named as one of Real Leaders’ Top 50 Keynote Speakers in the World in 2022. As a CNN legal analyst, she won the “Outstanding News Talk Show Host” at the Gracie Awards in 2014. Her inspirational book The 5 Second Rule is an international bestseller. She is also a contributing editor to Success magazine and co-founder of Inspire52, a news and entertainment website, with the goal to inspire people to think, act, and laugh seven days a week. Her success as a motivational speaker has led her to be one of the most booked speakers in the world.
Mel Robbins is the host of the new daytime syndicated talk show The Mel Robbins Show, which airs nationwide on September 16th, 2019.
She has spent the past decade coaching, teaching, and motivating millions of people around the world. Her practical, no-nonsense advice and life strategies provide tangible results and skills that help people push through the everyday challenges we all face in life, work, and love.
She is the most booked female speaker in the world and an international best-selling author whose work has been translated into 36 languages. In 2017, Mel broke self-publishing records with her international best-seller The 5 Second Rule. It was named the #1 audiobook in the world and the fifth most read book of the year on Amazon. When Mel launched her science backed productivity planner, The 5 Second Journal, the first print run sold out worldwide within minutes.
She is the creator and host of three #1 audiobooks on Audible and the co-founder and CEO of 143 Studios, a digital media company that produces content in partnership with Fortune 500 brands. In January of 2019, a quarter of a million people took part in her free 30-day Mindset Reset program online.
Her social media platforms inspire more than 60 million people every month and her TEDx Talk is one of the most popular of all time, with more than 28 million views.