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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny Wisdom to Create a Life of Passion Purpose and PeaceThis inspiring tale provides a step by step approach to living with greater courage balance abundance and joy A wonderfully crafted fable The

  • Title: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny
  • Author: Robin S. Sharma
  • ISBN: 9780062515674
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny By Robin S. Sharma, Wisdom to Create a Life of Passion, Purpose, and PeaceThis inspiring tale provides a step by step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance, and joy A wonderfully crafted fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out of balance life On a life changing odysWisdom to Create a Life of Passion, Purpose, and PeaceThis inspiring tale provides a step by step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance, and joy A wonderfully crafted fable, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari tells the extraordinary story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer forced to confront the spiritual crisis of his out of balance life On a life changing odyssey to an ancient culture, he discovers powerful, wise, and practical lessons that teach us to Develop Joyful Thoughts, Follow Our Life s Mission and Calling, Cultivate Self Discipline and Act Courageously, Value Time as Our Most Important Commodity, Nourish Our Relationships, and Live Fully, One Day at a Time.

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    1. Loved the message, just didn t like the format it was presented in Felt like the author just had a list of frequently asked questions and set out to answer each and every one of them one by one systematically, so there wasn t much narrative or actual enjoyment in the reading of it The story is essentially just 2 guys talking over dinner, actually only 1 guy talking the titular Monk , the other guy is just there to ask the questions in between the long monologues and to confirm the Monk s answers [...]

    2. The monk who sold his Ferrari can be called as life changing novel These kind of novels add essence to your life and gives you direction specially in the hard times It gives you the answer to the questions like What is the purpose of life How we can attain happiness and satisfaction etcNothing in it is Unknown to us yet it makes us notice that Known It tells us to savor each moment with exuberance along with an aim in life It is our prerogative to lead a happy successful and rewarding life The n [...]

    3. Now I rarely read a book and stopped halfway.Unless if it s really really boring.Such as this one.And it wasn t supposed to be boring Because it s a fable.But I didn t get anything out of it.So halfway reading, I skim through the rest.I have the habit of joting down verses nice words from my readings and.is book failed to give me anything.Other than that I feel like it s a trying too hard version of The Secret , Eat Pray Love the Pray section and Tuesday with Morrie So sadly to say, the only thi [...]

    4. I categorized this book under spoofs because it made me laugh so much I wanted to stop reading it because I found it ridiculous, but I wouldn t feel worthy of panning it here if I hadn t completed it and the joy of sharing my take on this book kept me turning pages and dog earring quotable pages.First, let me be clear, I like me some cheese I like it with crackers and I like it with wine and I like it in my entertainment and personal growth That this book is cheesier than a Velveeta factory was [...]

    5. I don t know about this I started it about 10 times and dropped it like it s hot NOT Maybe I need to get in the proper mood for this And the overflowing cup metaphor How many times has this frakking Chinese legend been retold 50 times 1000 times It s nice to think about the first couple hundred times I heard it but by the present moment it s my killswitch I have read about it literally everywhere Including spam and ads on miraculous stuff to get my nonexistent dick larger I can t even rate it pr [...]

    6. The first time I read this book I just loved it I read it at the time when I was asking myself questions regarding What to do with my life I found the book very energizing, giving me a lot of inspiration and motivation to go on and many answers to my questions When I read the book the second time, it didn t seem to have the same effect PS Who is looking for great literary value, will be disappointed Sharma is no writer, but if you can focus on the message, it won t bother.

    7. A mediocre book Although the author has tried to make the book full of wisdom, it hardly achieve its desired result of helping an individual it utterly fails to make any impact.

    8. If I could take back all the hours I spent on reading this crap, I would To say I hated it would be an understatement Oh, it changed my life indeed, after all, it almost turned me into a homicidal maniac And I still don t get the fucking point of the book Also, who the fuck sells their Ferrari If there is anyone who s planning to do so after having read this book, feel free to contact me I m in the market for a new car anyway.

    9. THE most useful book I have read so far I guess, that when you read this book, if you open your mind to its ideas and concepts, you re gonna find it revolutionizing and life changing Otherwise, you re just gonna think it s boring and never go through with it Well, in my case, and because I was looking for this kind of book for so long, I found it very useful, and I just KNOW that lots of things in my life won t be the same because of it.In a very simple, yet very meaningful, short story Robin Sh [...]

    10. I am not a fan of personal development books written by so called motivational writers I prefer writers that have previously done something with their life However, I received this as a gift from my best friend and I was feeling a little bit under the weather so I felt that some motivation was welcomed I tried to keep my heart open and was prepared to absorb as many life changing advices as possible I knew the book was total garbage from the first 20 pages but I tried to give it a chance and pre [...]

    11. Sweet mother of Jesus What was I trying to read This novel is a self indulgent twaddle of a z grade author What a load of rubbish.

    12. Outing myself as a reader of self improvement books with this review, but so what I think it s all a bit of a waste of time if you don t try to spend some of your time improving your life from within THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI didn t start off well for me because I absolutely detest fables my idea of cruel and unusual punishment is being forced to re read THE CELESTINE PROPHECY, for example My problem with fables is that they are, often than not, stupid They come across as a childish and oft [...]

    13. The monk who sold his Ferrari, is a misleading title The man who sold his Ferrari and became a monk, would have been accurate The idea of a monk driving a Ferrari is somewhat thought provoking and made me smile The book itself was a merger between fiction and instruction on techniques to perfect your life experience From a fiction point of view, it too often told rather than showed It s an easy to read book I read it in an afternoon and the structure works well making it easy to remember what w [...]

    14. A lot irritated by the narration, but not the content.May be it is my prejudice I find the fable approach to self help books tedious to read The last one I read, that took a similar approach, was Gung Ho by Ken Blanchard, and came off thinking that the whole book was silly The Monk Who came highly recommended, and hence I plunged in.The book starts off on a promising note hot shot lawyer has a heart attack in court, right after winning a big case What happens next Here s what happens India Himal [...]

    15. Only book in my life which I tried to read 6 times and never got out past 80 Pages every time And given up finally Julian, the lead, clearly looked as constructed to frame the story, seems very boring and hence big turn off.

    16. I d been wanting to read this book from a long time now and wow, what an amazing and inspirational read it turned out to be to start the year with It was subtle yet powerful, insightful and thought provoking, studded with many wise profound sayings that ll blow your mind It talks about all the right things that are necessary to lead a fulfilling life in the right spirit The points that the writer addresses and the wisdom that he shares through this story might seem obvious to the reader initiall [...]

    17. It s the type of book that reminds you of life lessons you probably knew but never applied It touches upon simple things that we can do that will make big differences in our lives.

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