Robin Sharma is an acclaimed Canadian writer and a famous inspirational speaker. He has been a source of inspiration for thousands of people around the world. His works that brought him laurels were “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” and “The Leader Who Had No Title.”
He is the author of 15 best seller books. Recently, I read one of his books “Who Will Cry When You Die?” and I thought of sharing the gist. When I received the package of the book, one of my friends asked me “What do you understand by the title of the book?” The question bothered me for a while, I thought “What was the story wrapped in this title?” I had no answer that day.
I finished the book and today I have an answer to that question. “Self-improvement is the key ingredient of success.” The book consists of about 101 life lessons from the previous book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”. I would like to share 5 things to be learned from the book that would help you evolve into a better self.
The most important lesson that came from the book was, “Discover your Calling.” The first chapter of the book would provoke the soul. The very question that my friend asked me “Who will cry when you die?” The author asks the same question to millions of readers. Remember the time when you were born, you cried and the world around you rejoiced. Life is a gift from God, which we get once.
In this life, how many lives do you impact with your presence, how many souls do you touch? The answer to the question? ” You get just one shot in this life, no retakes.” So, touch as many souls as possible, be the change that you wish to see around you. “Live a life such that the world cries when you die, while you rejoice”. Give the world more than what it has given you.