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Jun 05, Srividhya R added it. As we all are familiar with the "Monk who sold his Ferrari", well, this book is a continuation of that. In this book, Robin Sharma makes the reader to think out of the box, The reader is made to be aware of his own life and talents rather than being saddened and depressed. This chosen one person in this book is lead by a Master who is no other than the Monk who sold his Ferrari. He enlightens the chosen one on how to lead a disciplined and a happier life. The reader is made aware of how once cou As we all are familiar with the "Monk who sold his Ferrari", well, this book is a continuation of that.
The reader is made aware of how once could create happiness and success for himself by paving a way for others to be happy and successful. This book lists out clear cut principles that one shall practice to have a neat and structured life.
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Suitable for all professionals and business people. Good luck! May 08, Kartika Dwi Baswara rated it liked it. While there's no doubt that this book is truly motivating and extremely profound, I find it feels more like a set of thoughtcatalog articles more than a fiction. You are so right" or "yes, it happened to me a lot". I also think the character development of Dan could be better, because through out the story, his life seems t While there's no doubt that this book is truly motivating and extremely profound, I find it feels more like a set of thoughtcatalog articles more than a fiction.
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I also think the character development of Dan could be better, because through out the story, his life seems to be in a roller coaster ride that only goes up after his encounter with Julian. While in real life, it doesn't always happen to be that way. Nov 15, Esraa rated it liked it. Slow tempo , I was bored in some parts the style was too direct than spontanous but yet a good book in mission :. After finish reading this, I am writing my own obituary in my blog. Great book and easy to understand and remember! Aug 04, Yash Bindlish rated it it was amazing.
A must read book from Robin Sharma. I am so happy I found Robin Sharma as my life coach by reading his books and getting positive directions in my life on how to make it beautiful. Truly a great read to self-awaken your destiny which will find you. Never ran from your fears, instead ran to them! Do your own thinking rather than others doing it for you! Jul 14, Sachi Nagada rated it it was ok. The author keeps referring to these quotes to get his point across that life is too short and one must live it instead of just existing.
The book has no character development and most of the things that the main characters says after he meets his mentor is summarizing everything the mentor just taught him that day. In fact, quite a bit of this book is repetition because the mentor or the mentee would repeat all the previous stages of self-awakening in each chapter as the mentee learns about the next step. Save yourself some time and flip to the last 2 pages of the book. It has the 7 stages of self awakening and the 5 disciplines to follow to get to those 7 stages.
Jul 09, The Book and Books rated it really liked it Shelves: reads-from-kvp-library , self-help. Julian Mantle lets Dar know how to find the destiny of your life and your true self. He explains 'The duty of every human being is not self-improvement but self-remembering. To self-remember is to reclaim the state of being and the authentic power that we lost when we left the ideal state of newborn children and walked out into this fear-filled world of ours, a world that spoiled us along the way.