Robin Sharma

Robin Sharma Motivational Speakers

Robin Sharma
Robin Sharma
Robin Sharma - American Writer & Motivational Speaker

Born: 16 June 1964 , Port Hawkesbury, Canada

Citizenship : Canadian

Parents : Shiv Sharma, Shashi Sharma

Nationality : Canadian, Mauritian

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Book : The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, Who Will Cry When you Die,

Robin Shama was born on 16 June 1964 (age 55 years), Port Hawkesbury, Canada and straight out of the Dalhousie University, School of Law became a professional lawyer but, he went much further in his career than being a fully qualified and successful lawyer. Robin Shama has written a total of 15 published books from 1995 to 2011 on the subjects of self-help and leadership. one of his most popular books written the monk who sold his Ferrari has sold over 5 million copies worldwide. the book is all about a character called Julian who decides to sell his home and Ferrari to go on a spiritual journey, after being the victim to a sudden heart attack some may say that Robin Chalmers more of a motivational author rather than speaker, but he deserves to be on this list he's written 12 global bestsellers and is an expert author in the world of leadership and self-development Dreamers are mocked as impractical the truth is they are the most practical as their innovations lead to progress and a better way of life for all of us. Robin Sharma is the best motivational speaker.

Best of Top Robin Sharma Books

1 : The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning, Elevate Your Life
Eric Thomas
Product details Robin Sharma Books

Paperback: 336 Pages

Publisher : Jaico Publishing House; 1 edition (19 December 2018)

Language : English

ISBN-10 : 9387944891

ISBN-13 : 978-9387944893

Average Customer Review : 4.5 star

As I invested 11 precious hours of my life on reading this book cover to cover; I think I'm eligible to comment on its content. Then let me inform you, friends, that "ANYTHING BUT CONTENT " is present in this book. The book starts with a story at a pace so slow that it tests your patience to the extent of boredom. But I kept my patience and continued. And you know what I found? The initial part of the book is full of long insipid monologues and YOU CAN SKIP FIRST 8 CHAPTERS ( 26% OF BOOK ) WITHOUT ANY GUILT. The author presents only vague data and fancy quotes copied from the internet or bestseller books. There is NO SOLID, RELIABLE & PRACTICAL ADVICE as you expect from a (highly marketed ) Master called Robin Sharma. Hi, Robin, today is my 66th day of 5AC. and I completed the mission successfully. I really wanted to say thank you very much from the beginning of the Day1 but I just waited for this moment. During this 66day journey I encountered so many troubles and giving up scenarios but I always remember your words, ALL CHANGE IS HARD AT FIRST, MESSY IN THE MIDDLE AND GORGEOUS AT THE END.
Robin Sharma has emerged as a master storyteller ever since his first book "The monk who sold his Ferrari," published way back in 1997. I read that book sometime around the year 2000. And ever since then, I have become his ardent fan. I have the entire collection of his books, and personally, I have been benefitted in every walk of my life.
2 : Who Will Cry When You Die?
Eric Thomas
Product details Robin Sharma Books

Paperback: 256 Pages

Publisher : Jaico Publishing House; First edition (15 June 2006)

Language : English

ISBN-10 : 9788179922323

ISBN-13 : 978-8179922323

ASIN : 8179922324

Do You Feel that life is slipping by so fast that you might never get the chance to live with the meaning, happiness, and joy you know you deserve? If so, then this book will be the guiding light that leads you to a brilliant new way of living. Very nice..awesome book..while reading you don't need to worry about the start or finish of a chapter or book. You open any page any paragraph or lines and you will realize that's making sense and great meaning. Liked it a lot !! The author has covered every little detail of our daily routine. How can a small change in these little things bring enormous happiness in our lives? From this book, you will learn the art of living and art of dying as well.

Speaches of Robin Sharma

3 Methods To Institutionalize World-Class Focus | Robin Sharma
the 9091 rule is how do you literally institutionalize world-class focus for the next 90 days good right next 90 days to spend the first 90 minutes of your workday focusing on your Sistine Chapel ceiling your Sistine Chapel, ceiling write that down and circle it please write it down encircle it please 90 minutes for the next 90 days focus on the one project that will allow you to go out there that will allow, you to go out there and completely disrupt your industry completely dominate your domain and allow you to release magic into the world. this is how you do it the next is the sixty ten methods we know from research the energy project has done some great research on this the greatest the most productive and creative people they work in bursts of intense focus and then they recover.

I call it the sixty ten methods, the sixty ten method work for 60 minutes recover for ten minutes do another burst and what do you do have these little plastic old-school alarm clocks made by Braun and I put it right in front of me because an alarm clock focuses your energy it focuses your focus and it focuses your energy and it focuses your a-game and literally I go I commit right now to working for 90 minutes or 60 minutes and then when it finishes you just train yourself do you get up I'll have a cup of tea I'm really into herbal teas.

these days and then I'll good get down and do my next 60 minutes and then you recover the greatest producers literally go for 60 minutes and then they recover and here's a bonus point and it is an unbelievably powerful bonus point I call it the five great hours those of you have been with me a long time have heard it how many of you are actually living that disruptive idea Oh fantastic because nothing was gonna work if you don't do any work and if this is just an idea and you don't execute on it.

it's just an idea how many people have done the five great hours and it's been a complete disrupter look at that and my icons put up their hand because that's why they're in icon X they do the work and they get the results what's the 5/8 grout great hours concept start at 8 o'clock and go to 2 o'clock and for those 5 great hours zero distractions zero interruptions zero phone checking zero walking around and for five hours work like your life depended on it and now it's two o'clock in the afternoon if you can do this a lot of entrepreneurs in the room. it's two o'clock get on your bike go mountain biking go to an art gallery you see how disruptive that is five great hours you've done more than most people get done in a week why would you want to work and here's the real key point working more than five hours depletes your assets of genius.