- Audio CD
- Publisher: Highbridge Co; Unabridged edition (28 August 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1684414180
- ISBN-13: 978-1684414185
- Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 2.8 x 13.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3,249 customer reviews
Who Will Cry When You Die?: Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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About the 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.
Adam Verner has narrated over one hundred books, including the AudioFile Earphones Award winner Pavilion of Women by Pearl S. Buck. Adam works as a full-time voice actor and on stage in Chicago.
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↪The entire book is just about those small changes that we can apply to our lives to bring that happiness that we always longed to bring or see.
↪ Collection of these thoughts what makes this book as an unique and inspiring. You may wonder while reading this book, why didn't I realize these trivial things all these days ?
↪This book is just about realizing what makes us more happy😊 and less resentful.
↪I recommend this book to be read by everyone. Though it may not bring overnight changes to your life, but, surely, it evokes some questions that every readers can questions themselves.
↪The only 💔disappointment would be, this is more like a life manual & less of a novel.
The author, though very young, has been able to summon some really good and inspiring unknown as well as known but not practised advice. He guides the readers through his more than a hundred soul-stirring advices focusing on the most basic ones too like getting up early and avoid getting angry which we so easily ignore in the books as well as in our daily lives. Reading them all and practising them is a life-long pursuit and will require strong determination on one’s goal of self-improvement. The book is all about living life more joyfully, meaningfully and completely.
The more no. of times one reads it, the more new meaning emerges of it enlightening one’s soul. The book is like a guide to be opened up and read randomly whenever one is feeling that they are not living up to their full potential as the advice would surely give one a new way of approaching life.
"Too many people lead small life, we die in our twenties and are buried at eighty. Remember nothing can stop a person who refuses to be stopped. Most people don't really fail; they simply give up trying"
I am not a fan of self-help books. But, this one made me to read more of such books. All thanks to Robin Sharma. It didn't really transform my life overnight, rather, it did allowed me to sit and introspect a bit on what I might be missing in life. Even the title of is enough to think what are you actually doing with your life.
Author has covered every little detail of our daily routine. How can a small change in these little things can bring enormous happiness in our lives. From this book, you will learn an art of living and an art of dying as well.
It is like a guide to reading casually whenever one is thinking they are not breathing up to their full potential as the lesson would assuredly turn on a new way of programming life.
All the words are so beautifully written in simple language that it easily makes an impact on your mind.
The best thing is you don't need to read in series just pick any one chapter and you are good to go.
Ever since I have read this book my perception of thinking has changed and I have turned even into a more better person.
A great work by Robin Sharma.
Looking forward to read more of his work.