The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Pdf Download
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma is a Pdf self-help book that is a business fable emanated from the author’s personal experiences after quitting his career as a litigation lawyer at a young age. It was published in 1999, and became International bestseller book with more than 3 million copies sold worldwide.
The Pdf Book By Robin Sharma is a fable about fulfilling your dreams and achieving your destiny; it tells a motivational tale that gives a systematic step-by-step approach to living with remarkable courage, harmony, and abundant joy.
It recounts the extraordinary story of a lawyer, Julian Mantle, forced to face the spiritual crisis of his out-of-balance life and the ensuing wisdom that he accumulates on a life-changing odyssey that helps him create a life of purpose, peace, and passion.
In conversation, the book grows around two characters, Julian Mantle and his best friend, John. Julian narrates his spiritual experiences during a Himalayan trip after selling his home and Ferrari.
The book helps to discover powerful, smart, and valuable lessons that teach us to:
- Create Positive Thoughts
- Spend time deliberating in silence and concentrate on gratitude.
- Follow Our Life’s real purpose and Calling
- Live with a meaningful purpose to help others.
- Develop Self-Discipline and Work Courageously,
- Do not fear any failure; it’s your ally.
- Value Your Time as Our Most Essential Commodity,
- Foster Your Relationships
- Live Life to Fullest
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Though published two decades back in 1999, it still provides valuable advice to its readers.
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|Number Of Pages:||208 Pages|