Family Wisdom from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Catherine, a top businesswoman with a young family, is the sister of Julian Mantle, the monk who sold his Ferrari. After being involved in a life-threatening accident, Catherine realizes that regardless of how high she has risen in the business world - and of her achievements and accolades - her family is the most important thing in her life.
Through a series of conversations with her brother, Catherine learns how to reset the focus of her life onto her family - and how living with that culture engenders business success, too.
Catherine's story takes us on a journey toward being an individual who leads a meaningful life; a stable, reliable, and a loving center around which family and friends revolve. Through her eyes, you'll learn: the importance of setting goals in life for ourselves and our children; how to form bonds of trust with our loved ones; the value of truly nourishing our relationships; how to slow down in life and value our time; and how to live positively and truthfully every day.
This is a charming and inspiring tale about the positive effect one individual can have on the lives of everyone around them.
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|Listening Length||5 hours and 55 minutes|
|Audible.in Release Date||11 September 2018|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #5,888 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#101 in Parenting
#249 in Relationships
#849 in Personal Success
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Much left desired on the effects on a doubtful or a less receptive person.
A very simple explanation of effects.
I also like the fact that the author quotes many things from various books he has read which makes it a collection of positive thoughts and energy,
I liked this book better than 'The Monk who sold his Ferrari'.