Review of Daily Inspiration

Author- Robin Sharma


‘Daily Inspiration’ by Robin Sharma is another helpful book to inspire and motivate one.To make the reading comfortable and easy,it is designed in a calender format.

As the back cover says-‘ WE ALL NEED DAILY INSPIRATION.To be brilliant in the work we do and in the lives we lead.To realize our most closely cherished dreams and grow into the people we’ve always wanted to become.To get through life’s hard times.And to savour its best ones.

In the much-anticipated Daily Inspiration from ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’,celebrated author Robin Sharma distills the most powerful ideas from his # 1 international bestseller ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’,as well as from each of his books in the series that followed, into an easy-to-read perpetual calendar format designed to make each one of your days extraordinary.

Covering essential topics such as Real Success,Overcoming Adversity and Dissappoinent,Building Remarkable Relationships,and Impact and legacy,this beautiful book is certain to become a lifelong companion on your journey toward becoming an extraordinary human being-and leading a life that you will be proud of at the end.’

The author has penned this book inking his pen with intelligent thoughts and presented it in a unique and pleasant way.I like the way Robin Sharma tries to help his readers in different way whole heartedly.

This book holds those principles which one uses to study in school life and much more than that.But after leaving school,one started to forget those principles in the hustle bustle of life.But one must have these principles throughtout their life.To remind us of those principle ,Robin Sharma came up with this book.It holds a thought for each day.

If you have forgotten those principles,then what are you waiting for.Go grab this book,its worth to read and re-implement those principles in your life.

Rating- 5/5

Reviewed by Shweta Kesari

Review of ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’

Author- Robin Sharma


‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’, a fable about fullfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny’ by Robin Sharma is an ultimate story to know the real meaning of life and its value.It touched my heart to the very core.

Many questions which are befuddling in your mind about life might be resolved after reading this book.The title of the book is catchy and attractive which made me to ponder over and to unfold the mystery behind the cover.

This is a life saviour book,which can gift energizing beats to your life, if gulped down in a proper way.

This book might be the source to reach to the door of happiness where life is waiting for everyone.This book is the key to unlock the mystery of your life.A great effective book which holds the power to transform one’s life.

Robin Sharma’s book teach us many lessons .I think his books roll on the ‘red-carpet’.This one too.


Reviewed by Shweta Kesari

Review of ‘The Leader Who Had No Title’

Author- Robin Sharma


‘The Leader Who Had No Title’.I completely agree with the fundamental of the book that everyone is a leader in his/her own perspect and should act as a leader though no matter whether he/she has festooned with any title or not.

Robin Sharma’s books come with inspirational messages along with tactic story.’The Leader Who Had No Title’ is one of them.

Titles of his books are attractive and will insist your hands to hold and read it.Though the content inside it holds more and teaches one more.His words hold the power to change one’s mind,one’s life.

‘The Leader Who Had No Title’ is a story of a man named Blake Davis who worked in a bookstore after his parent’s death and was not so happy with his work.There he met with a guy, an old friend of his father Tommy Flinn and also the top salesman where Blake worked.Tommy Flinn helped him in gaining wisdom from four people Anna, Ty Boyd,Jackson Chan and Jet Brisley that he met within a day.The four people,were introduced to him by Tommy Flinn,they taught Blake different lessons on How to become a leader without a title and several do’s or donts telling him the story of their life how they had leaded their work and got extreme happiness by doing that.

Few thoughts were brilliant and beautiful as all of his book probed with great thoughts. The story wrapped up in a pretty good way but its not as much as helpful as his previous books.Though at some points I really felt encouraged and they were tactic but my expections were pretty high from him after reading his book ‘A monk who sold his ferrari’. I was expecting more from this book but its worth to read once.

Many of us take our work for granted and due to lack of our love towards our work we forgot to enjoy life.If you are going through the same condition then this is the book for you


Reviewed by Shweta Kesari

“Who will cry when you die” by Robin Sharma

Review by Shweta Kesari

Robin Sharma

‘Who will cry? When you die’ by international bestseller author Robin Sharma

The punchline of the book "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 your rejoice" is taken from an ancient Sanskrit saying. This book comprises of 101 vital mantras to prove the punchline truely accepted in your life.

Through this book I got to know how books play an important part in an author's life. Same way he is feeding his readers through this book.

It kept me holding through out the reading journey. No part is stretched more and very precisely 101 mantras are written.

In each of the parts, I found one thing common – quotes from the world's great thinkers. The author had used all the quotes very well in the appropriate place.

It might be possible that a few of those mantras had already occupied a room in your life but the rest of them are worth to dwell in life.

I think, anyone who could grasp atleast 20% from this book and formulate them in their life can add much more to their life.

An eloquent book, easy grasping, use of simple words and articulation is perfect.


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