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The Mastery Manual The Mastery Manual by Robin S. Sharma
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“Be the most polite person that you know. • Be honest to a fault. • Deeply commit yourself to being a world-class listener. • Send handwritten thank you notes on a regular basis. • Seek out opportunities to do random acts of kindness.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Leadership requires great courage. It is tough to leave the gravitational pull of the crowd around us. It is tough to take the road less traveled when everyone urges you to be like everyone else. It is tough to create your life on your own terms when others are telling you how your life should be created. But nothing will fill your heart with a greater sense of regret than lying on your deathbed knowing that you did not live your life and do your dreams.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“So often in our society, we are encouraged to disregard our fears and to simply “think positive thoughts”. This is nothing more than engaging in denial which is not only ineffective, it is unhealthy.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Love provides the person with the purpose of his life. Intellect shows him the means to achieve that purpose.” Leo Tolstoy”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“The best investment you will ever make is investing in your best self.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“there is great power in association and we do become deeply affected by the company we keep.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“The Great High Wire Walker “You can accomplish anything in life, provided that you do not mind who gets the credit.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“When things are said in anger, irritation or frustration, you can put a hole into someone just like you have put a hole into that fence.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Most people try to be all things to all people and, in so doing, achieve nothing. Elite performers have a laser-like focus on their highest priorities and an acute awareness of the best uses of their time. In fact, they build their whole lives around the activities that offer them the highest return on investment. They are good at saying no.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“By devoting yourself to continuous improvement and excellence in minor ways each day, your life really can transform. To”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“As you go through your workweek, reflect on the people that you work with and ask yourself whether you are showing up at your best with them and treating them as the magnificent people that they truly are.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“There can be no happiness if there is a giant gap between the person you were meant to be and the person that you currently are. To close this gap, do small things well each day. Develop your intellectual base a little bit more. Be more loving. Be more innovative. Take more risks. Develop deeper relationships. And dream even 1% more.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“At the end of your life, when you strip away all the accessories that are important to us now, only 3 things will be important: 1. Have you lived wisely? 2. Have you loved richly? 3. And have you served the world greatly?”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“relationship wealth. This is all about feeling connected to other human beings and forging a strong and loving community around you.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Respect, honor and cherish the differences;”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Business is nothing more than a conversation:”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“because people will not follow you if they do not trust you and before someone will lend you a hand, you must touch their hearts.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“This can be your year. No, let me rephrase that: this will be your year. The year you reveal your brilliance. The year you get into world-class health. The year you fall madly in love with life. And make each one of your moments works of art. Keep shining.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“We are born perfect, full of love, potential, self-faith and brilliance. But from the moment we are born, we begin to walk away from our authentic nature and take on the false beliefs, limiting assumptions and fears of the world around us.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“it could take 30 years to build your reputation and yet it can be lost in 30 seconds.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“People love doing business with good people.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“in this age of great ambiguity and relentless change, so many people cut “ethical corners”. Too many people think that dishonesty will get them ahead.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Too many people think that if you are nice, you will be eaten alive in today’s marketplace.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“There is nothing so unpardonable as to consent to a senseless, aimless and purposeless life.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Fix your course to a star and you can navigate any storm.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“this world needs human beings behaving like leaders more than ever before.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“leadership means taking personal responsibility for results. Leadership means you get things done. Leadership means you keep your promises.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Leadership means you see the best in people and coach them to success. Leadership means you are the most positive person you know and an individual dedicated to building relationships.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“Be more loving. Great teams are built by authentic leaders who are not afraid to speak truthfully and show kindness. This is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual
“blaming others is nothing more than excusing yourself.”
Robin S. Sharma, The Mastery Manual

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