"When you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life such a way that when you die the world cries and you rejoice". This is the crux of the book written by the author of the bestseller ‘The Monkwhosold his Ferrari’ who tells one how to lead a prosperous life in a simple, direct and easy-to-read way. 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.
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 help book 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 help books.
This book gives life lessons from a very famous book "The monkwhosold his Ferrari" which was written by the same author. Each and every lesson of this book is related to the monkwhosold his Ferrari to understand this book even more deeply go through the "The monkwhosold 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.
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 Monkwhosold 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.
When i read The monkwhosold his ferrari, became a big fan of Robin Sharma, but this book is disappointment, chapters are so short that they did not convey the message properly( in my point of). it seems Sharma g were in hurry while writing this book. The readers who like short stories or short chapters may like it but i dont think that book goes with its heading
This book is extract from my best ever read “The Monkwhosold his Ferrari”. In this book, there is 101 chapters and every chapter is enriched with wisdom. After start following what the chapter tells one will feel true change in himself and he start living his life in peace and enthusiasm. This is such a great book that I gifted a copy of it to mu cousin. At last, I would say Go for It.
This is an amazing book by Robin Sharma. I was a bit skeptical about buying this book, as The Monkwhosold his Ferrari was a little bit overwhelming for me. There were too many concepts, some contradicting the other and so on, but then, Who will cry when I die is really amazing. This beautiful book comes with 100 little articles and each one is a gem on it's own. They contain a lot of wisdom and practicality and can be practiced in our day to day lives. I enjoyed reading the book.
This book acts as a compendium of many things that anyone can do, this I believe is the real currency for the book. I do not read too many self help books, however after reading this book I will need very less or that many books as recommended here by Robin. Robin Sharma as an author is distinct because he is honest as a mentor, he shares his experiences- which don't look like advertisements and he is precise. I am tempted to try the Monkwhosold his ferrari
Just got it. In 2nd line....... It's Awesome......This is second book after "the monkwhosold his Ferrari" that I'll going to read.....But book is tiny in size.....But content is Magnificent......Go for it Undoubtedly......
Thank You Mr. Robin Sharma For Publishing Such a Good Book For Us. I Would Call The Book As " Philosophy Of Good Living Life ". Really Every Chapter of This Book Is A New Way Of Living. After Completing This Book I Will Read "The Secret Letters of the MonkWhoSold His Ferrari". You Are The Second Person After Mr. Sandeep Maheshwari, Who is Teaching Me How To Live To The Fullest - Dip