Robin Sharma – The Monk who Sold his Ferrari

By Applied Change


The monk who sold his ferrari book by Robin SharmaWritten as an inspirational fable, this excellent book by Robin Sharma is full of powerful insights and inspiration for living a life of meaning and abundance, based upon the author’s own search for purpose.

If you’ve not come across Robin Sharma’s work before, it’s well worth a look, especially his ideas on how to live life to the full by creating the right mindset and discipline, including an effective and well designed morning routine.

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