Wednesday, March 08, 2006

The Monk who sold his Ferrari - II

The Monk who sold his Ferrari
Robin Sharma

(pg 70 – 100)

Next the book gives another principle – the purpose of life is a life of purpose.
It goads us to recognize our purpose and pursue it. It says that the real source of happiness can be stated in one word: achievement. Lasting happiness comes from steadily working to accomplish your goals and advancing confidently in the direction of your life’s purpose. To reinforce, it quotes Benjamin Disraeli: ”The secret of success is constancy of purpose.” It says that “You will never be able to hit a target that you cannot see.”
The book then gives five steps to follow to make our desires come true which are:
  1. have a clear vision of our outcome;

  2. create positive pressure to keep us inspired;

  3. never set a goal without a timeline;

  4. application of magic rule of 21 – cultivate a new good habit for 21 days after which it becomes a habit;

  5. a day without laughter or day without love is a day without life.

Keeping alive the passion is very important to reach the goals.


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