In the story there are steps defined to practice. It is not just the concept there is a practicle steps to achieve the goal.
I will be have a quite time for me and do meditation, I think thats the first step.
I like Robin Sharma, this book just did not live up to the hype,
I have and I will.
I have listened to it numerous times already because you can't take in all the great principles in one sitting
Think and grow rich because they both give you things to change internally to become the best person that you can be.
the part about Kaizen - good change
Mastering the thoughts of the mind, making it your slave instead of your master, through meditation, and positive thinking
This is a great addition to your library! If you apply even a few of the principles you will become a better person.
This audio book explains that there is more to life than money for those on the fast lane. The narrative style is appealing. Unfortunately it is an abridged version
Yup, the nectar of spiritualism should be opened to all
Lesterlevenson sedona methoud
Nothing much reading. Could have been better
Optimistic. Attitude. Even at the depth of negetivity like the lady after the school was burnt down thinking postivily of building a great after her only school was burnt into ashes. And the pouring into cup that's full
Great book all should enjoy
I felt a lot of hope in what I could do. I now know I can if I put my mind to it. I loved this book and learned a lot from the story. The story was well written and easy to understand the points brought forward.
The overall lesson
This is one of those books that you will listen to more than once
Not a professional read but, the authors passion for the subject comes through. The book is a primer for Eastern philosophy so, if that’s where your interest lies, you will probably enjoy the listen.
When he explains the Rose Meditation that to me was so simple but so effective
I purchased this audio book after listening to Robin's free book on leadership (a book that I highly recommend you do listen to). Although The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is packed full of interesting and useful ideas, I found the story to be simple and the dialogue to be almost anoyingly so at times. Still well worth the time to listen too and draw upon; however, the book failed to demonstrate the maturity of Robin as the presenter he is now.