Who Will Cry When You Die-A Book Review

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Who Will Cry When You Die-A Book Review

Lately I have read a new book "Who Will Cry When You Die?'' by Robin Sharma, This book has published by Jaico Publishing House, India. The Author is the CEO of Sharma Leadership International. Training and coaching Firm. His eight books have been published yet and out of five of them are counted #Bestsellers. He has already given his services as a speaker, leadership coach and consultant to Microsoft, NASA, Nike, FedEx, KPMG, and IBM Etc. SS

Read More About The Author

Read more about the author

Lately I have read a new book "Who Will Cry When You Die?'' by Robin Sharma, This book has published by Jaico Publishing House, India. The Author is the CEO of Sharma Leadership International. Training and coaching Firm. His eight books have been published yet and out of five of them are counted #Bestsellers. He has already given his services as a speaker, leadership coach and consultant to Microsoft, NASA, Nike, FedEx, KPMG, and IBM Etc. SS

Why He Named His Book So?

The very title of his book is based on Ancient Sanskrit (Indian Language) saying-''When you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die, the world cries while you rejoice.''

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Now let us talk about the book. The whole book is divided into 101 small chapters. Each chapter has a unique feature and subject. Ass it's title sounds it seems the book is entirely based on philosophy but in a true sense it covers every part of life. In each chapter there is an advice for the reader. In first chapter -Discover Your Calling- the book suggests to live life by choice rather than by chance ; by design rather than by default. The book says-Everyday is kind to a stranger, Maintain Your Perception, Practice Tough Love, In a chapter 5 the writer advices to keep a Journal-As writing in a Journal offers you the opportunity to have regular one-on-one conversations with yourself In 'Develop on Honesty Philosophy he says- Be a person of your word rather than being ''all talk and no action. ‘His advices honor your Past as life lessons to fuel your future growth. Some of the chapters of this book are worth quotable-Start Your Day Well, Learn to say No Gracefully, Schedule Worry Break, Remember, Genius Is 99 Percent Inspiration, Care of the Temple, Learn to be silent, See Your Troubles as Blessings, spend a Day, without your watch, Learn from a Good Movie, Always Carry a Book with you or taking the time to tell your children in no uncertain terms how you feel about them are all good places to start. He also proposes to ''List Your Problems, See Your Children as Gifts, Get Good at asking, Develop Your Talents, Connect with Nature, Practice Forgiveness, Learn to Meditate, Stop Complaining and start Living, Increase Your Value, Be a Better Parent, Be Unorthodox, Stop Thinking Tiny Thoughts.

Do What You Know You Should Do

Why am I quoting above chapters? Because I want to tell you how important and useful this book is!

In a brief it is a book which suggests leading a Simple and Meaningful life in this competitive world. Robin has tried to deliver the answer to every question. It covers virtually every aspect of life related problems, tries to suggest a way for you would be problems. Actually Robin previously got published his best seller (international) book 'The Monk Who Sold His FERRARI

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