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Who Will Cry When You Die?
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Sharma is also the cofounder of 960vets.com, an innovative online support resource that helps U.S. veterans successfully reintegrate into civilian life.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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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Quite Mainstream book, the things that are written are already well known but on the other hand some things are very good for day to day life.Published 1 day ago by Vipin
A book like this always comes with pros and more pros. It's a must read as many aspects will find resonance with people from different walks of life irrespective of the agePublished 27 days ago by Gurudatt Rao
I read almost all RabinSharma books,Defintely they are inspiring many people through out the world. But
I can honestly say "Who will cry when you die" is one of the... Read more
Much of what is discussed here I learned later in life on my own so it rings true for me. The learning was forced upon me by events associated with my health, my families health... Read morePublished 3 months ago by atomicboy
Little practical lessons and changes to make to your life for a happier, more peaceful more centred and deliberate living. Loved it!!! I read and re-read this book - thank you mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sunayana