The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

A renowned inspirational fiction, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a revealing story that offers the readers a simple yet profound way to live life. The plot of this story revolves around Julian Mantle, a lawyer who has made his fortune and name in the profession. A sudden heart attack creates havoc in the successful lawyer’s life. Jolted by the sudden onset of the illness, his practice comes to a standstill. He ponders over material success being worth it all, renounces all of it, and leaves for India. A visit to India about a spiritual awakening opens up new vistas and Julian begins to view life from a different perspective. He decides to live his life once again but in a way that is much more fulfilling and meaningful than before. In the book, the reader goes through a spiritual journey into a very old culture that has gathered much wisdom over the millennia. The book advocates how to live happily, think deeply and rightly, value time and relationships, be more disciplined, follow the heart’s call and live every moment of life. Written in simple words, the book has turned out to be a bestseller and is more than just an endearing story. Through storytelling, Robin Sharma showcases the miracles and wonders of living a fulfilling life. In the process, the book introduces readers to enlightening yet simple principles that vouch to make life better, happier, and more meaningful. A bestselling novel, what readers all over the globe appreciate about this book is its deft amalgam of the philosophies from both the western and eastern worlds. The book has been followed by important personalities around the world. About the Author, Robin Sharma, the bestselling author of ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’, first published in 1999, is an International Leadership Professional Guru who is credited with having written 15 books on leadership. He has been guiding people to live a better life, by drawing inspiration from his own life experiences. The Leader Who Had No Title, The Leader Who Had No Title, The Greatness Guide, and The Saint and The Saint are among his best books. He heads the Sharma Leadership International Inc, a firm that trains people in leadership. A former litigation lawyer, Robin holds a law degree from Dalhousie Law School, Canada. This book along with The Greatness Guide has been among the world’s bestsellers and has been translated into as many as 70 languages all over the world.



this book which is a building block of our life, you will be mesmerized reading that. It is one of the main stories which was told by Yogi Raman to Julian while he was there in Silvana learning and growing and this story is the masterpiece of this book. The book is all about that particular story so I won’t tell much.

And John here in the book plays the character who listens to Julian narrating and asks him questions about the journey and about what he learns from the voyage. And that will be more clear to you when you will read this book.

It’s just too religious.
Lessons to be learned –
1) Master Your Mind
2) Follow your Purpose
3) Practice Kaizen
4) Live with discipline
5) Respect your time
6) Selflessly serve others
7) Embrace the present

Some advice from Robin Sharma in the book….

1. The secret of happiness is simple and reachable: we need to find out what we truly love to do and then direct all of our energy and focus towards doing it. Once we do this, abundance flows into our life and all our desires are filled with ease and grace.

2. We should Never forget the importance of living with exhilaration. Never neglect to see the exquisite beauty in all living things. Stay focused on your purpose. The Universe will take care of everything else.

3. Do The Things You Fear The Most because The Universe favors the brave. When you resolve to lift your life to its highest level, the strength of your soul will guide you to a magical place with magnificent treasures.

4. Time slips through our hands like grains of sand, never to return. Those who use time wisely from an early age are rewarded with rich, productive, and satisfying lives.

5. The noblest thing you can do is to give to others. Give it back to the needy and society. Start focusing on your higher purpose and bigger reason to live and succeed.