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ROBIN S. SHARMA Life Lessons from the monk who sold his Ferrari
1. Model a Child
• • • • Children come to us more highly evolved than adults to teach us the lessons we need to learn. Children have fresh knowledge and creativity. Frame out the creative knowledge which a child has. Relate it to real life situations.
“Once a father and his four-year old son went to a restaurant and ordered for bread. Rather than eating the whole bread as most adults do, his son took a different, far more creative approach. He began to scoop out the warm, soft part of the bread and left the crust intact. In other words, he had the wisdom to focus on the best part of the bread and leave the rest. “ From this situation we can realize that adults spend too much focusing on the “crust of life” rather than on all the good things that flow in and out of our days.” Connect to your more playful side, the child within you. Take time to study the positive qualities of children and model their ability to stay energized and imaginative.
2. Remember, Genius Is 99% Inspiration
• • • • Being filled with deep sense of inspiration and commitment to making difference in the world is an important attribute. All of the great geniuses of the world were inspired and driven by their desire to enrich the lives of others. Your inspiration should occupy every cell of your minds. It makes no sense just working hard and it is how you work and not how much you work.
3. Care for the Temple
• • • • • Many people go to temple to stay grounded and centered. People give respect and care for the temple. But in this session the word TEMPLE relates your physical health. Caring for the Physical health. “in a sound body rest a sound mind”. Regular exercise 1. improves your health 2. also keep you think more clearly. 3. boost creativity
4. Learn to be silent • • Makes to restore, refocus and revitalize your mind body and spirit. Find peace within yourself, you will never find it anywhere.
“It’s time to start living the life we have imagined. Nothing is good or bad but it is our thinking which makes it so.” “Don’t go the way life takes you. Take the life, the way you go and remember you are born to live and not living because you are born.”