A compelling voice

May 02, 2014

What is it about Robin Sharma’s stories that I respond to so well?

Well for starters: He’s clear: His message is clean and compelling: He gets straight to the point on tips for ‘living your best life.’

Secondly, his message is simply that: ‘How to live a better life’ and isn’t that a good message for anyone. We can all use that strong and simple and clear message as most of us want to live our best lives.

And, I always find his messages relevant.  He doesn’t veer around what he wants to say and go on and on to hear himself speak; he shares what he wants to say in a passionate and strong voice. I also find his advice practical and that speaks to me; make it workable not complicated. Life is complex enough, I want simple.

And, last but not least, I like him. He seems like a nice guy and anyone who wrote the simple and simply powerful The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a good guy in my books. That simple spiritual fable changed my life and helped me incorporate daily rituals, which stay with me today.

So, if you haven’t read his books or watched his videos on You Tube and you are looking for some inspiration on living a better life and who isn’t? Well, maybe Richard BransonJ, then take the time to check out Robin Sharma. You might just read or hear something that resonates, and possibly start a positive change that could make a small but important difference in your life.

That, in a nutshell, is why I respond to Robin Sharma’s messages. Check out his latest update: http://www.the48hourtransformation.com/4-big-secrets-of-the-top-achievers/ and, yes, he’s promoting a weekend event at the end of it, but I’m cool with that too, and I bet it’s a very inspirational weekend.

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