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10 best personal development books suggested by robin sharma
The 10 Best Personal
Development Books suggested
by Robin sharma
In case if you don’t know, who is Robin
• Robin Sharma is the globally celebrated author of 15
international bestselling books on leadership including The
Leader Who Had No Title, the phenomenal #1 blockbuster
that is inspiring a movement around the idea that “Now,
anyone - in any organization - can show Leadership”. His work
has been published in over 62 countries and in nearly 75
languages, making him one of the most widely read authors
in the world. He shot to fame with The Monk Who Sold His
Ferrari, which has topped international bestseller lists and
sold over 4,000,000 copies. Robin is the founder of Sharma
Leadership International Inc., a training firm with only one
focus: helping people in organizations Lead Without a Title.
Clients comprise of many of the FORTUNE 500 including
Microsoft, GE, NIKE, FedEx and IBM. Organizations such as
NASA, IMD Business School, Yale University and The Young
President's Organization are also SLI clients.
• Hello Friends, Robin Sharma is one of my greatest
and inspirational icon in these world.
• His words have great power, his books are life
• I have been following his work from past 1 or 2
years and I have learned a lot from him.
• I found a blog written by him, which I then thought
I should share with everyone, it was named as - The
10 best personal development books.
• So I decided to create a presentation on it and then
share it with everyone.
• So here it is………… The 10 best personal
development books as suggested by robin sharma.
1. Jonathan Livingston Seagull. By
• With lines like: “Don’t believe what your eyes
are telling you. All they show is limitation,”
this book will move you deeply. I re-read it in
Thailand. Still amazingly good.
2. Think and Grow Rich. By Napoleon
• Fantastic book. Not so much about financial wealth
as it is about the making of a rich life. You’ll learn
how important it is to have a burning desire (this
galvanizes your focus and causes the release of your
creativity) + the imperative of setting clear goals +
the value of “a mastermind alliance”. This book
truly changed my life when I was starting out as a
self-published author with nothing but a dream in
my hands. Times were tough. This book got me
3. The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius.
By–well, Marcus Aurelius.
• Marcus Aurelius was a warrior—who then
became a Roman emperor. He wrote his
lessons on greatness and a life well lived
during a multi-year military campaign.
Someone got his notes. And put it into this
book. I go back to this book often. It
strengthens my character. And resolve to help
4. Steve Jobs. By Walter Isaacson.
• One of the best books I’ve ever read. Period.
5. Long Walk To Freedom. By Nelson
• Nelson Mandela’s one of my heroes. Noble.
Courageous. Focused. A visionary. If I could be
1/100 of who he is, I’d be overjoyed. This is his
autobiography. You’ll walk with him through
his days as a lawyer, his time as a disruptor, his
prison years and his period as the positional
leader of South Africa.
6. Stop Acting Rich. By Thomas Stanley.
• Thomas Stanley became famous for “The
Millionaire Next Door”. But this book–not so
well known–is exceptional. He explains the
concept of “The Glittering Rich”, shares how
too many of us live beyond our means and
how to create true financial freedom. Like
most of the books I read, I listened to it.
7. As You Think. By James Allen.
• Maybe 10 times. That’s at least how many times
I’ve read this book. And like all great books, it
seems better+wiser and deeper every time I read
it. Of course, the book hasn’t changed. Just my
ability to grasp the information. And understand
the concepts. This book is all about the power of
your daily thinking. And how it drives your life’s
behavior. As you know so well: your behavior
shows us your beliefs. And this awesome book
will inspire you to build new ones.
8. The Magic of Thinking Big. By David
• Uber-practical. Tons of value. Great concepts,
like “Go Through Life First-Class.” Every
student, teammate and human being should
read this book (along with “How To Win
Friends and Influence People” by Dale
Carnegie–that work should also be on my list.
9. Talent is Overrated. By Geoff Colvin.
• Read this one a few years ago. Changed the
way I viewed Genius. Confirms a lot of the
work of exceptional performance researchers
like the famed Anders Ericsson that talent is
less about natural gifts and far more about
devotion to a skill, relentless practice and
patience. Another superb audiobook.
10. Spark. By John Ratey.
• One of the best books I’ve read in years. I’m
on my 3rd reading. Shares the latest (and so
fascinating) research on how exercise
transforms the brain, our performance, our
productivity and even builds a new type of
brain that is excellent at resisting stress.
Please do your life a giant favor. And read this
To know more, and to connect with Robin
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It was my sincere effort to help you, so that you all
can also read such great books and create a
transformation in your life, I just did my part in it,
just shared Robin’s words, so that we can uplift all