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Who Will Cry When You Die? Paperback – September 30, 2002

ISBN-13: 978-1401900120 ISBN-10: 1401900127

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 204 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House (September 30, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401900127
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401900120
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,902 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Robin Sharma is one of the world’s premier thinkers on leadership, personal growth and life management. The author of the national bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari— 0062515675, sold 40,000 copies in US. Robin Sharma is in constant demand internationally as a keynote speaker by organizations seeking to develop the highest potential of their people for extraordinary results. Clients include Microsoft, FedEx, Nortel Networks, Arthur Andersen, General Motors and IBM. For more of Robin’s knowledge visit robinsharma.com. He is a resident of Ontario, Canada.

More About the Author

Robin Sharma is one of the world's most highly respected leadership experts. He is devoted to the mission of helping organizations develop people who Lead Without a Title so that they win in this period of intense change. His clients include Microsoft, GE, FedEx, IBM, Nike, NASA, Yale University, and The Young Presidents Organization. Sharma's books, such as The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Greatness Guide, have topped best-seller lists across the globe and have sold millions of copies in more than seventy languages. They have been embraced by rock stars, royalty, and many celebrity CEOs.

Sharma is also the cofounder of 960vets.com, an innovative online support resource that helps U.S. veterans successfully reintegrate into civilian life.

Customer Reviews

Very easy to read.
Elizabeth Thottan
This book will help you get one, later on, it's your choice what to do with it!
Aistis Zidanavicius
This book was useful in enriching our lives.
NARMADA M

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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Corinne H. Smith VINE VOICE on September 21, 2002
Format: Paperback
Motivational speaker-writers often seem to merely state the obvious, but that fact doesn't diminish the relevance of the message. We could all use a little jump-start every once in while. Robin Sharma gives us 101 of them in this easy-to-browse-through paperback, and each nugget takes up just one or two pages. Some suggestions are no-brainers: Keep a Journal, Become a Volunteer, Be a Better Parent, Walk in the Woods. Others are more intriguing: Have a Living Funeral, Don't Finish Every Book You Start, Create a Hero List, Find Your Place of Peace. And don't be jarred by the book's title: these recommendations are very much about making the opportunity to live the life you want to and augmenting your worthwhile existence. If you're a typical adult human, you're sure to find words of encouragement and some good ideas here. If you're listless or between jobs / relationships or struggling for a reason to get up in the morning, this little volume may just give you the [rear]-kicking you need. Keep _Who Will Cry_ next to your bed or in your briefcase / purse or in your top desk drawer. Whenever you feel as though you're just skimming on the surface of the day, pull out the book and open it up to a page at random. The advice won't erase reality; it'll give you another way of approaching it.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ilaxi S. Patel on August 8, 2004
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Robin Sharma, the Author says: "When you live your truth, your dreams beat a path toward your doorstep". A practical solution to create a sound Life and strikingly balance life filling in the gaps with humility. Robin refers to his father's words that a tree that has most fruits is that which bends to the ground. And though there are some exceptions he have found in his own experience that it is true-the people who know the most, who have achieved the most, and have lived the most, are also the people closest to the ground. In a word, they are humble. There is something special about being in the presence of a person who is humble. Robin sharma thinks that practicing humility shows that you respect others and reminds us that there is something for us to learn. It sends a signal to those around you that you are open to receiving the gift of their knowledge and listening to what they have to say. The book is door to exceptional life and live life to the fullest with a purpose and attain peace. The book is indepth wisdom with absolute life changing solutions to cope with life's trials, challenges, frustrations and so on. As Robin Sharma recently visited India in preparation for the production of 'The Monk who sold his Ferrari' as a major motion picture, Robin reminded in his speech that wherever in the world he went, he found human beings struggle with same challenges, same longings. All people are part of one great family with invisible ties. Thus, peace is at your own doorstep and Robin Sharma's books are real 'Gem Picks' - Yeah, sure you can surf his website too and hear his Gem voice too! Good Pick & Great Message.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Thottan on August 5, 2007
Format: Paperback
I thought the book was fantastic,. Very easy to read. Finished it in one shot 2 hours.

Lots of good lesson 1. You dont have to finish a book just because you bought it! was the most useful to me. I always felt guilty everytime i bought a book and it was a bad choice.

Loved almost all the chapters. Probably some of them are repetitive but felt good to be reminded again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jb on September 22, 2012
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This book doesn't require you to aim for becoming a Millionaire, an Olympic Champion or developing a successful World Wide Businesss. Instead it gives you simple and practical steps of how to become "The CEO of Your Life" and work for your goals, without having to sell your house and quit your job! Probably the best self developing book I have read because it is so simple and easy to follow in every day life. Very good!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Antoinette M. Thomas on February 13, 2009
Format: Paperback
I LOVE THIS BOOK!! I love "The Monk" book as well. I have bought many copies and given them to friends. This book is so insightful and certainly makes one think about everything one does in this life.
I will be buying more to give to friends. Mr. Sharma is a very inspiriting storyteller.
Toni
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John D. Smead on February 18, 2007
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very good book. read it after reading the saint, surfer and ceo.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Helen Mcpherson on September 18, 2007
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I love this book and rank it high on my list (along with Winning Nice - another great read I just did a review on)...I LOVE this book because it's so easy to read, you can flip through the tips (they are all about 1-3 pgs long) and the insights he offers are amazing and so easy to use in your everyday life. I buy this book for everyone I know when they are coming on a landmark event in their life or need some inspiration. Get it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aistis Zidanavicius on April 30, 2014
Format: Paperback
Ever wanted a Ferrari? This book will help you get one, later on, it's your choice what to do with it!

Robin Sharma shares his advises again. This book is a sequential book to the precursor The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. I can't say that it's better or worse than the first book, because it's quite different. Different in style, not in the primary meaning. This book is not written in a story style, it's more step by step tutorial and all advises are distinguished and explained one by one. And because of this style, I believe that this book is very clearly and easy understandable. Stories are important as well and they help us to realize things easier, but after stories it's always a good thing to have a step by step guide, which will remind us the most important lessons.

What I liked in this book is that author really emphasizes that money is not a bad thing and it helps you reach your dreams easier. I believe this is very important, because as I mentioned after reading The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, some people might get an idea that you don't need money in life. And that's not correct. So in this book author explicitly mentions that money is important, just you don't need to make everything only about money.

I really encourage you to grab this book, read it and try it! That's very important, because sometimes we have the knowledge, but the only way to benefit from that is to put it in action!

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