(Last Updated On: July 4, 2014)


Author         : Robin S Sharma

Year              : 1997

Pages            : 208

Availability   : HarperCollins Web Site:

Genre              : Motivational book

Reviewer      : Naftaly GN.

THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI is a fable about fulfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny. It is a captivating story that if followed enriches in its wisdom for personal and spiritual success. It is a treasure, an elegant and powerful formula for true success and happiness. Through captivating and well calculated analogies, the writer is able to capture the wisdom of the ages making it relevant for these turbulent times. It teaches you how to make your life mega magnificent in only 30 delightful days. To make these analogies, the writer has created an enchanting tale that incorporates the classic tools of transformation into a simple philosophy of living which include the miraculous transformation, spiritual student of the mysterious meetings of reformation; and the wisdom of personal change. Among these, the writer draws a clear intercept of thirst for money from weary working and the related consequences. Filled with insights about following your passion and living your dream, the writer uses an analogy of an extraordinary garden which bears the fruits of kindling inner fire, the ancient art of self-leadership and the power of discipline. Further, the writer teaches that the art of knowing that spiritual, economic and social aspect are most precious commodities and the ultimate purpose of life is fun, fascinating and fanciful adventure into the realms of personal development, personal effectiveness, and individual happiness. It is from this book that you will learn that the timeless secret of lifelong happiness contains treasures of wisdom that can enrich and enhance the life of every single person. I therefore highly recommend this remarkable book to anyone truly interested in personal excellence and successful living. The wake-up call to reading the book is simply the fact that the knowledge and wisdom therein is more than I can explain. George Bernard, one of the popular writers read the book and said, “Life is no brief candle for me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.’’ Read it and leave a comment.


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