This Week’s Title: The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling your Dreams and Reaching Your Destiny by Robin Sharma
Recommended By: Alan Alpert, Smart Office Founder
Favorite Quote: “Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.” – Robin Sharma
Why We Love It: Success begins with your belief. Even before you start the journey your belief needs to be set in stone for you to succeed. Learning styles differ for everyone. Whether it is nonfiction or fiction conveying the idea; the thought, that your success is all related to you believing that you are already there is the key. This book conveys that message; in a slightly different way, that your belief is key. It’s why so many of the great leaders in direct selling are always promoting the next big event. It’s getting you in front of new people that say the same thing in a slightly different way that could spark the belief in you. This book shares many of the keys to success in an entertaining new way. Smart Office has understood this from the beginning. Our responsive technologies adapt to our clients’ rapidly changing needs. We believe you will succeed.
Book Summary: With more than four million copies sold in fifty-one languages, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari launched a bestselling series and continues to help people from every walk of life live with far greater success, happiness and meaning in these times of dramatic uncertainty.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari celebrates the story of Julian Mantle, a successful but misguided lawyer whose physical and emotional collapse propels him to confront his life. The result is an engaging odyssey on how to release your potential and live with passion, purpose and peace. A brilliant blend of timeless wisdom and cutting-edge success principles. – Amazon
About the Author: Robin Sharma is a Canadian writer, best known for his The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book series. Sharma worked as a litigation lawyer until age 25, when he self-published MegaLiving, a book on stress management and spirituality. – Wikipedia