The 5 Second Rule to Change Your Life with Mel Robbins


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[The 5 Second Rule to Change Your Life with Mel Robbins]


The 5 Second Rule to Change Your Life with Mel RobbinsMelanie “Mel” Robbins (October 6, 1968) is an American on-air CNN commentator, television host, life coach, author, motivational speaker, contributing editor for Success (magazine). Robbins is best known for her coverage of the George Zimmerman trial and host of A&E’s Monster In-Laws.

 

Early life and education

Robbins grew up in North Muskegon, Michigan. She attended Dartmouth College from 1986 to 1990, where she studied history, film and women studies. She received a law degree from Boston College Law School in 1994.

Career

Prior to joining CNN, Robbins worked as a criminal defense attorney, launched and sold a retail and internet technology company according to her official website and hosted Cox Media Group’s “The Mel Robbins Show,” A&E’s “Monster In-Laws,” FOX’s “Someone’s Gotta Go” and was a contributing editor to Success Magazine.

In 2011, Robbins published her first book: “Stop Saying You’re Fine“.

On February 28, 2017, Robbins released her second book “The Five Second Rule“.

Honors and awards

In 2014, Robbins received the Gracie Award for Outstanding Host – News/Non-fiction.

Personal life

In 1996, she married Christopher Robbins. She has three children, Sawyer, Kendall and Oakley. She lives in Sherborn, Massachusetts.

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