The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO: A Remarkable Story about Living Your Heart's Desires
Once in a while, a book comes along that has the power and the wisdom to speak to the best part of us and awaken our highest selves to the miracle our lives were meant to be. In this truly unforgettable guide, Robin Sharma, author of the national bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and a man whose life lessons are currently transforming the lives of many thousands of...more
Everyone should have this book
The best self-help books I have read have been memoirs. The writer pours his or her heart out and shares what he or she has learned. Off the top of my head, two self-help or motivati ...more
Turns out just as I expected: incredibly pretentious, probably the most pretentious book about spirituality i’ve ever read, with all the captions of famous writers and always talking a ...more
This book presents the scientific and philosophical work on human behaviour as a self-discovery journey. I can guess that I would have loved this book much more, 5-7 years ago, till I had not been introduced to the "real" scientific and philosophical work.
While I like the part dealing with the human behaviour (much to be taken with a pinch of salt, of course), this book fulfills all the typical criteria ...more
With this lessons you can maybe find your path: this book could be the perfect g ...more
It's fool of cliche ideas like I'll go to India and change myself completely, I'll get home from there spiritualized...
Try and open the book at any page and count how many words like "good, amazing, wonderful, beautiful..." you'll find.
The main message is that choices must be made by intuition and with the heart. Despise reason and logical reasoning. It does not a ...more
It is a self-help but it also carries the story about Jack Valentine, it is very descriptive, for some can be tiresome, and that gives a great idea of where was Jack at any minute making you feel like as Jack you were also on a Hawaii beach.
It has a compilation of much self help books concepts, and even if the knowledge wasn't new the author tried to give different perspectives on every topic.
With beautiful quotes of wisdom in almost every sentence, this is most definitely a feel-good book, designed to make you feel good just for being alive. It is simultaneously the cheesiest book I have ever read in my entire life.
It starts dramatically when protagonist Jack gets a shock to the system following a serious car accident. Whilst in hospital, he meets Cal, a particularly enigmatic man, who offers Ja ...more
I will definitely suggest this book to everyone I can think of and I’ll most likely read it several more times throughout my life.
Well done Robin Sharma.. well don ...more
This book, beside his other works are all about creating an internal change, which is "One single shift that takes place in a single second just might be all it takes to awaken a new reality for you"...
So, I would advise you start reading this book to "Give up the drop, and become the ocean"
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari,
Who Will Cry When You Die? and
The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO and four other books on self-transformation.
Robin Sharma is in constant demand internationally as keynote speaker at the conferences of many of the most powerful companies...more