There is no need for me to sing the same persons that have already been sung for the book; instead i would just like to say that one should read this book while undergoing the darkest phases of life. Human beings are so often thrust into inextricable predicaments, from where there seems to be no escape and the advent of the light to pierce through the all pervasive darkness seems highly improbable . This is the book that can bring that much required 'light' into anybody's life, and for people stuck in a crisis the book ought to act like a magic potion - it did so for me! --Debotosh Chatterjee Jun 9, 2013
We all love and admire self-help books but usually the "impact" of any such book fades away after a particular period of time. These books bring us on right track of handling and managing things, relations,etc. but soon we fell off the track and succumb to our normal routine and usual behaviour. But this book has more potential to always keep you awake with its simple daily dose of "help". You can literally flip and read any chapter and it will surely beam you. Kudos to the author for the simple language and yet great philosophy --Neha R Nov 7, 2011
About the Author
Robin S. Sharma is the author of 11 international bestsellers, including the famed bestseller The Monk who Sold his Ferrari. He is a Canadian lawyer, writer and leadership specialist of Indian descent. He founded Sharma Leadership International Inc., a worldwide leadership consultancy that has worked with Nike, FedEx, Unilever, Microsoft, Panasonic, IBM and many more reputed organizations.
In yet another bestseller 'Who Will Cry When You Die?' Robin Sharma shares his experiences and inspirational wisdom about whether we are living life to its fullest or are merely existing, constantly haunted about fears of death and concerned whether there would be any pall bearers at our funeral or not.
This self help and motivating book, in simple language draws out 101 ways by which we all could live a more carefree life and not sacrifice our today for a worried tomorrow.
The hundred plus solutions confront the reader with some of the most complex and dire situations they might face in life. They teach about how to handle stress with a smile, overcome the problems and lead a healthy lifestyle.
The book has separate sections on Start Your Day Well, Honour Your Past, Discover Your Calling and See Troubles as Blessings. Each section containing parables and amusing anecdotes, not just make 'Who Will Cry When You Die' a compelling read but impart great life lessons that are very inspirational.
They also make us realize about some of the simplest pleasures that we ignore in our stressful and busy lives. Most readers would be able easily relate to the book.
Written in simple, lucid language, some of the text does turn into quotations that a reader will remember for a long time. Sharma urges the reader, never to quit trying and look for fulfilment and a purpose in whatever one does.
From his earlier books and this present one, it is obvious that Robin Sharma has the talent to invigorate his readers with his superior diction. His books almost always contain inspiring quotes from famous celebrities from all over the world. The book is highly recommended for those who want to improve their interpersonal skills and lift their lifestyle.About the author:
Robin Sharma: Bestselling author of 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' 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 life experiences. The Leader Who Had No Title, The Greatness Guide and The Saint, The Leader Who Had No Title 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.
Very interesting book.Easy to read and implement provides a different perspective..Great.. I hope after reading this book I will have a better understanding of my life