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There is always room for originality: Robin Sharma

Canada-based author Robin Sharma on the essence of waking up early in the morning and having a productive life.

A leadership expert and life coach, Robin Sharma, 54, considers himself to be a student at heart. The author of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari invests 60 minutes every day learning something new. He quit his profession as a lawyer in 1997 to follow his creative instinct. His new book, The 5 AM Club, focuses on living an inspiring life and owning your success. What made you give up litigation law and become a writer?

Litigation law, for me, was very adversarial and my

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