14 Best Quotes From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is a book by Robin Sharma that has been a self-help guide for many of our generation. It is basically a business fable written by someone who left their career as a litigation lawyer at the young age of 25. The book was published first in 1999, and has since then become one of the most talked-about pieces of self-help literature, selling more than millions of copies. The book serves as a reminder of the importance of prioritising one’s spiritual and mental health and asking deeper questions about life. Reassessing your life and the track it is on is necessary, no matter what sphere or juncture of life you are at. To remind you of this, we have compiled some of the best quotes from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari!
1. It is important to know what you want rather than shooting arrows in the dark.
2. Trust the process, and trust yourself.
3. And what matters more than the destination is how you reach it.
4. You conceptualise something before you actualise it.
5. As the old saying goes, when you point a finger at someone, remember that the rest of the fingers are pointed at you.
6. There’s no point in dying before your death.
7. No one could have put it better.
8. The will is what makes the deal.
9. The only investment you can really rely on, and control.
10. It’s the simple things that matter, after all.
11. Whatever happens, happens for a reason.
12. Don’t let the past bog you down.
13. No one could better teach us how to prioritise what goes on within.
14. Failure isn’t what defines you – what you do after you fail, does.
So, these were some of the quotes from The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari which we thought were really worth remembering. The book has truly been one of the most popular and insightful pieces of literature of our times. Have you read the book? What are your thoughts on it? Do let us know what you think of the book, and this article, in the comment section below.