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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari exceeded my expectations. There are very few books I would consider life changing. This book however, I can confirm, changed my life, turned on a light in my thinking and certainly my destiny. I have read and reread it numerous times and highlighted the best messages applicable to my own life. It has been quite valuable and has arrived at a time in my life, when every word feels applicable as though the author has been sitting on my shoulder or visiting my living room. This book provides practical use for taking ownership of your life, controlling your destiny, your happiness. Guidelines for transforming your fears and controlling your mind. Self discipline, self control, self government, willpower which help create strong character and lives we choose to live with joy and truth. Following the simple guidelines provided can help transform your life into what you were meant to be, instead of what the world told you who you should be. I have shared this book multiple times and I have found that following and practicing the guidelines included in this book will change how you feel about yourself and ultimately how you contribute to the world. I am a believer, it simply works. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to live their best life, find happiness,success and be yourself in truth, even when those around you can't or won't. You will find your coworkers and people in your life who are closest to you will notice something different about you. Joy, happy, hopeful. In this book the guidelines will help you to learn to live with joy, courage, while, cherishing the value of time which we have so little on this earth and finding a life with purpose, which will ultimately help you fulfill your destiny. Since reading this book and practicing the simple guidelines I have had some amazing opportunities come to me, both professionally and personally. It's simply been a gift. The Seven Virtues of Enlightened Living. Master your Mind. Follow your purpose. Practice Kaizen. Live with Discipline. Respect Your Time. Selflessly Serve Others. Embrace the Present.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is written as a fictional story, but it is chock-full of wisdom and inspiration.
This book is about determining what really matters in life- not money, not material posessions, but the real stuff of life. The main character meets with three inspirational coaches who each offer a slightly different perspective and different advice on living an extraordinary life.
As a Professional Life Coach, I am always looking for books with deep wisdom and useful metaphors. I read this book with my highlighter in hand and I soon found that I had highlighted nearly the entire book! This is a book I will definitely read again and will recommend to my clients.
The information in this book is not new. Many other self-help books contain similar words of wisdom and advice. What was new about this book was the fact that it was an entertaining and easy read. It also contained many metaphors and examples that made it easy to relate to the concepts presented.
This is a wonderful book for anyone who is searching for meaning in their life. Give yourself time to really absorb the concepts and apply them to your life. You may find your life and your world transformed as a result.
Great read if you are looking for something uplifting, but it's very beginner. I struggled a bit to keep going. Filled with great quotes, but is almost too packed with quotes instead of the author speaking for himself. I have read many many books on spirituality, the mind, consciousness, Buddhist teachings and theories, quantum physics. Some of my favorite authors being Eckhart Tolle, Dan Millman, Deepak Chopra, Richard Bach, David Michie etc, so I when someone recommended it to me, I thought it would be right in there. I just feel like I've read all of it before and was looking for something deeper. Really great introductory if you are just getting into spiritual readings though.
This book basically gives you the universal laws of life, instead of looking at life in a 3rd dimensional basic way, this book allows you to reflect upon yourself and your life in a more elaborate manner. It’s amazing and changed my life:)
I read this after the "Saint, Surfer, CEO", "Secret Letters of the monk" and after "The monk who sold his Ferrari" it gives you a lot of food for thought. Examples: Be the best you can. Why you should not lower your standards Why you need to enjoy life before it is too late. We all work hard to retire but do not enjoy life as we go along we are always too busy!