Robin Sharma

Robin
Sharma
1965

American Author, Holds Two Law Degrees, best known for his books, "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" and "The Greatness Guide"

Author Quotes

You're faced with a choice today: play the victim or become a virtuoso.

Your work and personal life reflect your standards and self-worth.

Your thinking creates your reality.

Your title, net worth, position doesn't matter! Anyone can show leadership-and influence by a brilliant example.

Your reputation should be your most respected asset. Build it with care and manage it with devotion.

Your schedule is the best barometer for what you truly value and believe to be important

Your life moves to a more magical dimension when you start striving to make the world a better place.

Your outer world reflects the state of your inner world.

Your days are your life in miniature. As you live your days, so you craft your life. What you do today is actually creating your future. The words you speak, the thoughts you think, the food you eat and the actions you take are defining your destiny

Your days are your life in miniature. As you live your hours, so you create your years. As you live your days, so you craft your life. What you do today is actually creating your future. The words you speak, the thoughts you think, the food you eat and the actions you take are defining your destiny shaping who you are becoming and what your life will stand for. Small choices lead to giant consequences over time. There's no such thing as an unimportant day.

Your fears are nothing more than your growth coming to get you.

Your

You practice the art of kaizen by pushing yourself daily. Work hard to improve you mind and body. Nourish your spirit. Do things you fear. Start to live with unbridled energy and limitless enthusiasm.

You

You find what you seek.

You must have a mission statement in life. This is simply a set of guiding principles which clearly state where you are going and where you want to be at the end of your life. A mission statement embodies your values. It is your personal lighthouse keeping you steadily on the course of your dreams. Over a period of one month, set a few hours aside to write down five or ten principles which will govern your life and which will keep you focused at all times. Examples might be to consistently serve others, to be a considerate citizen, to become highly wealthy or to serve as a powerful leader. Whatever the mission statement of your life, refine it and review it regularly. Then when something adverse happens or someone tries to pull you off course, you quickly and precisely return to your chosen path with the full knowledge that you are moving in the direction that you have selected.

You don't own the things that you fear you can't live without. They own you.

You change your life the moment you set your goals and start to seek your Dharma.

You can find your cause

You can

You become your excuses.

You can be a fool for five minutes if you ask a question, however you are a fool for a lifetime if you hesitate to ask a question!

You and I have the power to choose to rise above our external circumstances. We always have a choice to be strong and positive when things fall apart. We have the right to use our stumbling blocks as stepping stones to our greatest life.

You are not just paid to work. You are paid to be uncomfortable

Would you rather live your life according to the approval of others or aligned with your truth and your dreams?

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First Name
Robin
Last Name
Sharma
Birth Date
1965
Bio

American Author, Holds Two Law Degrees, best known for his books, "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" and "The Greatness Guide"