Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin Sharma
Book : who will cry when you die by Robin Sharma
When you die who will cry
“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 you rejoice.”
who will cry when you die summary
“Be the change that you wish to see most in your world.” And once you do, your life will change.
Chapter : Discover Your Calling
WE are all here for some unique purpose, some noble objective that will allow us to manifest our highest human potential while we, at the same time, add value to the lives around us.
Chapter : Every Day, Be Kind to a Stranger
“Let us be kinder to one another.”
Everyone who enters your life has a lesson to teach and a story to tell. Every person you pass during the moments that make up your days represents an opportunity to show a little more of the compassion and courtesy that define your humanity.
Become more creative in the ways you show compassion to strangers.
If you make even one person smile during your day or brighten the mood of even one stranger, your day has been a worthwhile one. Kindness, quite simply, is the rent we must pay for the space we occupy on this planet.
Chapter : Maintain Your Perspective
To live happier, more fulfilling lives, when we encounter a difficult circumstance, we must keep shifting our perspective and continually ask ourselves, “Is there a wiser, more enlightened way of looking at this seemingly negative situation?”
Chapter : Keep a Journal
Maintaining a daily journal is one of the best personal growth initiatives you will ever take. Writing down your daily experiences along with the lessons you have drawn from them will make you wiser with each passing day.
Chapter : Learn to Say No Gracefully
“if your priorities don’t get scheduled into your planner, other people’s priorities will get put into your planner.” The solution is to be clear about your life’s highest objectives and then to learn to say no with grace.
The most effective people concentrate on their “areas of excellence,” that is, on the things they do best and on those high-impact activities that will advance their lifework.
Chapter : Take a Weekly Sabbatical
Your weekly sabbatical does not have to last a full day. All you need are a few hours alone, perhaps on a quiet Sunday morning, when you can spend some time doing the things you love to do the most. Ideas include spending time in your favorite bookstore, watching the sun rise, taking a solitary walk along a beach and writing in your journal.
Chapter : Talk to Yourself
Repeat your mantras softly under your breath as you walk to work, as you wait in line or as you wash the dishes to fill otherwise unproductive times of your day with a powerful life improvement force. Try to say your personal phrase at least two hundred times a day for at least four weeks.
“The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.”
Chapter : Schedule Worry Breaks
One of the simple strategies I learned to conquer the worry habit was to schedule specific times to worry—what I now call “worry breaks.” If we are facing a difficulty, it is easy to spend all our waking hours focusing on it. Instead, I recommend that you schedule fixed times to worry, say, thirty minutes every evening.
Chapter : Model a Child
In the weeks ahead, make the time to connect to your more playful side, the child within you. Take the time to study the positive qualities of children and model their ability to stay energized, imaginative and completely in the moment no matter what might be going on around them.
All of the great geniuses of the world were inspired and driven by their desire to enrich the lives of others. When you study their lives, you will discover that this desire became almost an obsession for most of them. It consumed them and occupied every cell of their minds.
Chapter : Learn to Be Silent
“When from our better selves we have too long been parted by the hurrying world, sick of its business, of its pleasures tired, how gracious, how benign is solitude.”
Experiencing solitude, for even a few minutes a day, will keep you centered on your highest life priorities and help you avoid the neglect that pervades the lives of so many of us.
Chapter : Get up Early
Getting up early is a gift you give to yourself. Few disciplines have the power to transform your life as does the habit of early rising. There is something very special about the first few hours of the morning.
Chapter : See Your Troubles as Blessings
“Who would agree with me that we learn the most from our most difficult experiences?”
Begin to see your troubles as blessings, resolve to transform your stumbling blocks into stepping stones and vow to turn your wounds into wisdom.
Chapter : Laugh More
Reconnect to your playful side and enjoy the wonders of a deep belly laugh.
Chapter : Take More Risks
The real secret to a life of abundance is to stop spending your days searching for security and to start spending your time pursuing opportunity.
To live your life to the fullest, start taking more risks and doing the things you fear. Get good at being uncomfortable and stop walking the path of least resistance.
“One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.”
Chapter : Learn From Good Movie
A good movie can restore your perspective, reconnect you to the things you value most and keep you enthusiastic about all the things in your life.
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”
Chapter : Bless Your Money
When you pay for your groceries, silently bless all those who have helped bring this food to you: the farmers who have grown it, the delivery people who have carried it and the store clerks who have stocked it.
Chapter : Focus on the Worthy
“There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.”
“The person who chases two rabbits catches neither,”
Time is your most precious commodity and yet most of us live our lives as if we have all the time in the world. The real secret to getting control of your life is to restore a sense of focus in your days
The real secret to getting things done is knowing what things need to be left undone.
Chapter : Always Carry a Book With You
“So long as you live, keep learning how to live,”
A good book can change the way you live.
How high you will rise in your life will be determined not by how hard you work but by how well you think.
“The greatest leaders in this new economy will be the greatest thinkers.”
Chapter: Practice the Action Habit
The smallest of actions is always better than the boldest of intentions.
“The end of man is an action and not a thought, though it were the noblest.”
Chapter : Enjoy the Path Not Just Reward
The real value of setting and achieving goals lies not in the rewards you receive but in the person you become as a result of reaching your goals.
“The reward for a thing well done, is to have done it.”
Chapter : Master Your Time
Commit yourself to managing your time more effectively. Develop a keen sense of awareness about how important your time really is. Don’t let people waste this most precious of commodities and invest it only in those activities that truly count.
Chapter : Get Good At Asking
“He who asks may be a fool for five minutes. He who doesn’t is a fool for a lifetime,”
The more you ask, the more you get, but it takes practice to get good at it.
“It’s a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it.”
The person who asks for what he wants at least has a chance of getting what he wants. The person who does not ask has no chance.
Chapter : Develop Your Talents
“The Tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live.”
The greatest people who have gone before us all had a simple strategy that ensured their success: they knew themselves. They made the time to reflect on their core abilities—those special qualities that made them unique—and spent the rest of their lives refining and expanding them.
Chapter : Connect With Nature
“When I admire the wonder of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in worship of the Creator.”
Natural surroundings serve to stifle the endless chatter that fills our minds so that our true brilliance can be liberated.
Take your shoes off and feel the grass under your feet. Give silent thanks that you have the privilege of enjoying these special gifts of nature.
Chapter : Get Serious About Setting Goals
Setting clearly defined goals provides you with a framework for smarter choices. If you know precisely where you are going, it becomes far easier to select those activities that will get you there.
“A clear plan relieves you of the torment of choice.”
” If you set goals, the actions you take will be based on your life’s mission rather than on your day-to-day moods.
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Who will cry when you die book summary ?
Author says we are all here for some unique purpose, some noble objective that will allow us to manifest our highest human potential while we, at the same time, add value to the lives around us.
Who will cry when you die best quotes ?
. “One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.”
. “The Tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live.”
. The smallest of actions is always better than the boldest of intentions.
. The real secret to getting things done is knowing what things need to be left undone.
. “The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.”
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Robin Sharma says 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 you rejoice