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Who Will Cry When You Die? was released back in 1999. Robin Sharma offers advice on overcoming the difficulties of life while developing your personality and skills. This book is the third in Robin Sharma’s The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari series. The book is divided into 101 short chapters. Each chapter offers solutions to everyday life problems. These solutions range from sleeping less to discovering your calling.
About Robin Sharma
Robin Sharma is considered one of the top 5 leadership experts worldwide and is also the author of the bestselling books, The 5 AM Club and The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. Robin is admired by some of the world’s most successful people. He has advised rock stars, royalty, billionaires, and celebrity CEOs. Robin quit his career as a lawyer at the age of 25 to pursue stress management and spirituality.
Discover Your Calling
If you don’t act on life, then life has a habit of acting on you. Without a calling, days can slip into weeks, weeks into months, and months into years. After this time has passed, you could be left with a life that was only half-lived. Alternatively, you can actively seek your calling. We are all here for a purpose, and this purpose is unique to us. This calling will manifest as our higher human potential and will add value to the lives around us. Therefore, Robin recommends creating a mantra that you live by in all parts of your life. Subsequently, you will be able to seek a higher meaning from your everyday activities and your work.
Create Good Habits
As you live your days, so you will live your life. Robin explains that our lives are not a dress rehearsal. Therefore, lost opportunities will rarely arrive again. Hence, the key to success and happiness is self-discipline. Being stricter with yourself will help you to live your life on your terms.
Here are some habits that Robin recommends you introduce into your daily routine:
Decompress before you go home after work by doing something you find relaxing
Have a daily family meal without fail
Get up early
Keep a journal
Take more pictures
Always carry a book
Robin reminds readers that it takes 21 days to create a new habit. Therefore, try and stick with your new routine, even if it seems challenging at first.