- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Jaico Publishing House; First edition (15 June 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8179922324
- ISBN-13: 978-8179922323
- Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 16.5 x 1.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 2,261 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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There is no need for me to sing the same paeans that have already been sung for the book; instead i would just like to say that one should read this book while undergoing the darkest phases of life. Human beings are so often thrust into inextricable predicaments, from where there seems to be no escape and the advent of the light to pierce through the all pervasive darkness seems highly improbable . This is the book that can bring that much required 'light' into anybody's life, and for people stuck in a crisis the book ought to act like a magic potion - it did so for me! --Debotosh Chatterjee Jun 9, 2013
We all love and admire self-help books but usually the "impact" of any such book fades away after a particular period of time. These books bring us on right track of handling and managing things, relations,etc. but soon we fell off the track and succumb to our normal routine and usual behaviour. But this book has more potential to always keep you awake with its simple daily dose of "help". You can literally flip and read any chapter and it will surely beam you. Kudos to the author for the simple language and yet great philosophy --Neha R Nov 7, 2011
About the Author
Robin S. Sharma is the author of 11 international bestsellers, including the famed bestseller The Monk who Sold his Ferrari. He is a Canadian lawyer, writer and leadership specialist of Indian descent. He founded Sharma Leadership International Inc., a worldwide leadership consultancy that has worked with Nike, FedEx, Unilever, Microsoft, Panasonic, IBM and many more reputed organizations.
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• It is not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is 'What are you so busy about?'. You need to understand the difference between important things and urgent things. Average people are busy in doing urgent things while successful people spend their time wisely on important things.
• Too many of us die in our twenties and buried at eighties. Understand the difference between surviving/staying and living.
• Some books are to be tasted. Some are to be swallowed. Others are to be chewed and digested. Don't read every book on the book store. Reading books is a good habit. Reading good books is a better habit.
• Be more than your moods. Your success range should never depend on your mood.
• Carry a goal card. Write your goals on some cards and always carry in your shirt pocket. Keep them literally close to your heart. It really helps you in achieving them faster.
• Stop Complaining. Start Living. Add Value to yourself and to your society.
• Enjoy the path, not just reward. Write a legacy statement which would be read by the next generations.
• Honor your past. Treat your troubles as blessings.
The book is a smooth read and definitely doesn't get heavy on the reader as sometimes happens with other such life-guide kind of books.
Grab a copy and read it, if you haven't already.
It is worth it.
The book jolts us right from the word “go” with this quote from Norman Cousins - The tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live. Almost immediately Robin shows where the current humanity is heading with the following lines, “We live in an age when we have forgotten what life is all about…….. We have e-mail, fax machines and digital phones so that we can stay connected and yet we live in a time where human beings have never been less connected…..We have lost sight of the things that matter the most and follows up the beads of topic.
Robin Sharma has given short write ups on selected topics. These are not abstruse philosophy or out of earth theories. Page after page Robin shakes, nudges and coax us to look at life differently, by doing simple adjustments in our day-to day activities with self-discipline. Since it is spaced out as 101 topics, it is good to read one topic every day or randomly read opening any topic as they are not interconnected. The authors purpose of penning this book will be fulfilled if the reader follows any or some of these priceless gems. This book is more about implementation rather than information
If we can bring a smile to even one person or hope in a heart filled with despair our life will have some meaning. In this respect, people like Robin are blessed as they reach out to millions through their books and instill hope, confidence and give direction.
It is a perfect book for anyone.
Recommend you to read once!!
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