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THE MONK

WHO SOLD
HIS FERRARI
by Robin Sharma

Student Name Roll No.
Aakar Chaturvedi S001
Abash K Goswami S002
Aditya Chopra S003
Ajay Yadav S005

Preview

The Tale A story of a rich lawyer Julian Mantle who had lost interest in life. After sufferin .

Main Characters of the book .

LIFE .

Seven Virtues of Enlightened Living Master your mind .

• There are no mistakes – only lessons. • The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your thoughts. See setbacks as opportunity for personal expansion .Virtue 1 # Master your mind • Cultivate your mind – it will blossom beyond your expectation.

Virtue 1 # Master your mind .

Virtue 1 # Master your mind • The Heart of the Rose • Opposition Thinking • The Secret of the Lake .

• Set clearly defined personal. • Discovering and then realizing your lifework brings lasting fulfilment.Virtue 2 # Follow Your Purpose • The purpose of life is a life of purpose. and then have the . professional and spiritual goals.

– Create positive pressure to keep you inspired.Virtue 2 # Follow Your Purpose • The Power of Self- Examination • Know your goals. – Stay with your goal . • The 5 Step Method for Attaining Goals – Have a clear vision of your outcome. – Never set a goal without attaching a timeline to it.

. • Enlightenment comes through the consistent cultivation of your mind. body and soul. • Success on the outside begins within.Virtue 3 # Practise Kaizen • Self-Mastery is the DNA of life mastery.

– Ritual of Live Nourishment. – Ritual of Physicality.Virtue 3 # Practise Kaizen • Do the things you fear • The 10 Ancient Rituals for Radiant Living – Ritual of Solitude. – Ritual of Early Awakening. – . – Ritual of Abundant Knowledge. – Ritual of Personal Reflection.

• Willpower is the essential virtue of a fully actualized . the more it will mature.Virtue 4 # Live with Discipline • Discipline is built by consistently performing small acts of courage. • The more you nurture the embryo of self-discipline.

except to answer a direct question. . When you can hold your tongue. you can increase the control of your body.Virtue 4 # Live with Discipline • Mantras/Creative Envisioning • The Vow of Silence • Spend some time or a full day in silence.

we have to focus on . • Focus on your priorities and maintain balance. • This ancient rule is similar to the 80/20 concept that says our 20% activities give 80% of the result. • Simplify your life. • The Ancient Rule of 20.Virtue 5 # Respect Your Time • Time is your most precious commodity and it is nonrenewable. Accordingly. Furthermore. 80% of our activities only give 20% of the result.

Virtue 5 # Respect Your Time • Have the Courage to Say "NO“ • The Deathbed Mentality • Live every day as if it was your last. Imagine waking up every day and asking yourself the simple question: 'What would I do today if it was my last?' Then think about how you would treat your .

live to give.Virtue 6 # Selflessly Serve Others • The quality of your life ultimately comes down to the quality of your contribution. • By elevating the lives of others. • Practice Daily Acts . • To cultivate the sacredness of each day. your life reaches its highest dimensions.

Virtue 6 # Selflessly Serve Others • Give to Those Who Ask • Cultivate Richer Relationships .

. • Never sacrifice happiness for achievement.Virtue 7 # Embrace the present • Live in the "now". • Savour the journey and live each day as your last. Savour the gift of the present.

• Grow Your Destiny. • Count your blessings every time you wake up and before you go to bed. • Practice Gratitude. • Simply follow the .Virtue 7 # Embrace the Present • Live Your Children’s' Childhood.

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