By Robin Sharma
I'm on fire to help you make 2015 the year you breathe reality into your most beautiful dreams. Let us accept nothing less.
I suggest we start our work together this year with a simple idea: if you run the rules most people run, you'll get the results most people receive.
To make a right-angle turn so that 2015 is 100x better than 2014, I encourage you to set some new rules to govern your life by. Here are 20 to consider and then implement over January:
#1. Generosity beats scarcity in every situation.
#2. If you're the most successful person in the room, find a new room.
#3. If you're not up early, you're sleeping too late.
#4. Epic performance has more to do with saying no than saying yes.
#5. Commit to becoming the undisputed heavyweight champion of your craft.
#6. Get fit so you can serve more people.
#7. Impact is a better measure of success than income.
#8. A failure only becomes a failure if you let it become a failure.
#9. Your job is to see the greatness in people who have yet to own the greatness within themselves.
#10. Don't wait to be inspired to start your dream. Start your dream to grow inspired.
Read the rest of the rules here: http://bit.ly/1w48RNK
Oh--and please remember, the way you start 2015 profoundly influences the way you'll end it so definitely kick it into HIGH gear right now.
Resource: I've meticulously built out a 4-part video training series that walks you through how to make this New Year the single best year of your life.
It's free and packed with useful ideas. The first video will be released next week. To be notified when this video is available, please go here: http://bit.ly/14vxCvV
With appreciation and respect,
By: Robin Sharma
My fascination is with Icons. Titans. Heroes. And Legends...
...the great souls who accept the call to greatness we each have on our lives and rise up to their best.
On a visit to Johannesburg to deliver a leadership presentation a while ago, I had the privilege to have a private conversation with someone in Nelson Mandela's inner circle.
I learned more of his visionary nature, his rare-air discipline and his longing to be a force for good in an increasingly chaotic world.
But, what has stayed with me most is that I heard Mr. Mandela only became Nelson Mandela during his years in prison. In other words, it was the solitude, degradation, devastation and inhumanity of that time in confinement that made him who he became.
Here's my real point...
...it was the time away from the world that allowed him to lead in the world.
While he was on Robben Island, he read the books of the iconic leaders. He studied the habits of the great souls. He reflected on the key moral virtues. He transmuted hostility into opportunity. He transformed his anger into forgiveness.
And as the gorgeous result of his inner work, when he was made president of South Africa, his jailers were invited to the ceremony.
When asked why, he replied that if they were not there, he'd still be in prison (because his mind would still be in chains).
And so, I ask you with true respect...are you longing to work and live at wow in the world but walking through your days with a mind shackled by chains?
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i don't know how to say thank you to you .
yours books were worth for reading and all of them were so nice and inspiring one .
now, i am reading a mega-living .i hope this will teach me other life lesson
Robin Sharma is the celebrated author of 15 bestselling books on leadership, including The Leader Who Had No Title (Simon & Schuster), one of the bestselling business books on the market today. His work has been published in over 62 countries and 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" (HarperCollins) which has topped international bestseller lists and sold over 4,000,000 copies. Celebrity CEOs, rock stars, top entrepreneurs and royalty have all embraced his work. As well as being a much sought-after speaker globally, Robin is also a widely respected CEO advisor having worked with Fortune 500 CEOs and leaders all over the world.
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 include many of the Fortune 500 including Microsoft, GE, Nike, FedEx, and IBM. Organizations such as NASA, Yale University and The Young Presidents Organization are also SLI clients. In a recent independent survey of 22,000 business people Robin was ranked in the Top 5 leadership experts (source: leadershipgurus.net). He frequently shares the stage with Jack Welch, Jeffery Immelt, and thought leaders such as Bill Clinton. Robin is profiled regularly on leading international media such as CNN, MSNBC, BNN and the Biography Channel.
http://www.robinsharma.com is one of the most popular resources on the Internet for leadership content, and offers Robin’s blog, robinsharmaTV, along with his acclaimed e-Newsletter: The Robin Sharma Report.
• Robin’s latest book The Leader Who Had No Title (Simon & Schuster) is a runaway business bestseller and was the #1 business book at Amazon.com. Click here for more on the book http://www.theleaderwhohadnotitle.com/
• Robin is known as a ‘leader to leaders’ and has become one of the most trusted advisors in the world on leadership. Robin holds 2 law degrees including a Masters of Law and has had a distinguished career as a litigation lawyer. Many CEOs and senior executives of the Fortune 500 and other organizations turn to him for advice and counsel on leadership, change management and high performance in business. Robin is known for his dynamic, results-oriented, inspiring and hugely practical presentations that lead to measurable results.
• In his keynotes and seminars, Robin blends a powerful delivery style with a gift for storytelling and connecting with audiences in a way that moves them to action. His sessions are high in content that your people can use immediately for greater success and effectiveness.
• Robin is also the driving force behind The Robin Sharma Foundation for ChildrenTM, a non-profit organization that helps children in need become leaders.