THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI

7 Principles to Fulfill Your Dreams & Reach Your Destiny

by Robin Sharma

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Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.

Saying that you don’t have time to improve your thoughts and your life is like saying you don’t have time to stop for gas because you are too busy driving. Eventually it will catch up with you.

Robin Sharma
BEST FOR
People looking for meaning in their lives – All of us!
THIS BOOK WILL MAKE YOU
Appreciate the moment, pay attention to your thoughts and manifest your destiny
ENJOY IT
As a meditation exercise
READING TIME
238 pages: 3 hours 49 minutes
BOOK SPECS
Paperback, Harpercollins, 2004

Roberto's opinion

There are 7 lessons to be learned in this pocket sized jewel of a book. Robin Sharma calls them principles.

By the time you are done with The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, you will know all about the garden, the lighthouse and the sumo wrestler and many others.

Robin expresses that “you truly cannot afford the luxury of a negative thought – not even one” and mastery of one’s thoughts are learned through practice, discipline and persistence.

Robin first published his book in 1999 and followed up with a series of many other books that you should check out.

Anyone can apply these principles. Yes, even you 🙂

Disclaimer: No monks were harassed during this review!

About this author

Robin Sharma is one of the world's premier speakers on Leadership and Personal Mastery, recently named one of the World's Top Leadership Gurus. Sharma's books such as The Leader Who Had No Title have topped bestseller lists internationally and his social media posts reach over six hundred million people a year, making him a true global phenomenon for helping people do brilliant work, thrive amid change and realize their highest leadership capacities within the organization so that personal responsibility, productivity, ingenuity and mastery soars.
www.robinsharma.com

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Roberto's Recommendation for "THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI"

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