"I wept because I had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet." "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-helpbooks. 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.
One of the best self-help and self-motivating book I cane across. 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.
Being a teenager I do not qualify to write this review but this book has ammended my perspectives to a very large extent. So I want to compel you all to read this book, irrespective of your age. It has hidden treasures buried in it. Whenever I feel stressed or helpless, I grab it and sit in the corner of my room and give it a read.
Not only do I feel refreshed and relaxed but I also find a new driving force inside me to work. Robin sir has skillfully suggested methods to live a better quality life and die peacefully after leaving a mark in the sands of time with small but significant efforts. If you are in need of help or want to get a break from your hectic schedule, read it. That's all. Thanks! ✨
Title: who will cry when you die Author: Robin Sharma Genre: Self-help Publisher: Jaico My Rating: 5 star Total pages: 225 Total chapters: 101⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
My Reviews: This was my 1st Self helpbook I read. Its title attracted me to buy this book.
Why should you buy this book? 1) Each chapter is very small 1-3 page 2) Each chapter provides deeper understanding of life. 3) Written in very simple english 4) Anti-boring book 5) Small size, easy to handle 6) This book contains different types of inspirational quotes 7) It prescribes other similar self helpbooks.
This book gives life lessons from a very famous book "The monk who sold his Ferrari" which was written by the same author. Each and every lesson of this book is related to the monk who sold his Ferrari to understand this book even more deeply go through the "The monk who sold his Ferrari". You can read whatever book you 1st like to read both those books are related, does not matter which book you 1st choose.
I generally don't read self-helpbooks. But, this one book made me to read more of such books. Thanks to the author Robin Sharma. It didn't really transform my life in overnight, rather, it did allowed me to sit and introspect a bit on what I might be missing in life. This book is something that reverberates in your mind for a long time, leave alone giving you an idea of what's most important.
Favorite quote - "When you are born the World rejoice while you cry. Live a life in a such a way that when you DIE, the World should cry and you rejoice."
Honest review : This book will surely help you to discover yourself and overcome depression, anxiety, unnecessary concerns and dealing with it... Its a must buy .. Book size(not lenght) is small and handy compared to the Monk who sold his ferrari... All in the end.. Its a very fine book k to read and Very helpful to everyone.. Its a good Kickstart for reading.
Very good book. I have read first book of Robin Sharma and it is a very good experience. The book has 101 tips & habits which will help one transform his/her life. However what I missed is some decent guidelines on how to implement these, for instance the book says learn to forgive and it's explains the benefits and reasons that how forgiving will help you but recently I had a very bitter experience with someone and even though I tried but I could not take that thing off my mind. I guess may be this would take sometime and practice, merely reading a book won't help and I should keep trying these things. After Steven covey's 7 habbit this is second best self helpbook I have read till now.
This is my fire time that I Confronted Mr. Sharma through this book and I can finally say that this is one of the best self-helpbook that I have read so far. I was captivated by the title,actually, when I was looking for a self-helpbook on kindle. It turned out to be a different one than I had thought before buying it but it kept me glued until I finished . Recommend you to read once!!
It's very helpfulbooks but more helpful for Foreigner (Non Indian) because in India we daily get to know such lessons by our elders! So this book is only to revise what I daily learn from my elders and grandparents! That's it! I'm also highly obliged to Robin Sharma who contributed in giving such helpful knowledge to rest of the world! Thank you.