Do you want to find the inspiration, passion and enthusiasm to become extraordinary? Robin Sharma, author of no.1 international bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, will excite, energize and elevate you to world class greatness with his remarkable insights and powerful tools.
Are you ready to take your work and personal life to a whole new level of greatness?
Part manifesto for excellence, part business mastery manual and part inspirational companion, The Greatness Guide: Book 2 distils Robin Sharma's latest thinking into 101 simple yet powerful lessons to help you work brilliantly and live beautifully. You'll discover:
the personal practices of spectacularly successful people
potent ideas to propel you to greatness
revolutionary tactics for peak performance
practical strategies to turn setbacks into opportunities
time management techniques that really work
breakthrough ideas to generate energy and health
tool kits for practical work-life balance
Robin Sharma, LL.B., LL.M., is one of the world's top experts on leadership and personal development, having helped millions of people to live their best lives. He is the author of 11 major international bestsellers, including The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Greatness Guide. His work has been published in over 60 countries and in nearly 70 languages, making him one of the most widely read authors in the world.
Robin Sharma has the rare gift of writing books that are truly life-changing.'
Richard Carlson, author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff
'Robin Sharma's books are helping people all around the world live great lives.'
Praise for 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari':
Sports superstars Jonny Wilkinson, Brian O'Driscoll, Justin Langer, Mikael Forssell and Carlos Delgado are huge fans of 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari':
Jonny Wilkinson (speaking about the principles in the book during the Rugby Union cup) said: 'It's enough to help me to proceed in a way that makes me happy to go out there and be proud of who I am and what I hope I can bring to this team.'
Justin Langer, Australian cricketer, said 'It was a life-changing experience. It made me reassess how I approached life and my cricket. I'm sure my game improved as a result.'