The Greatness Guide: One of the World's Most Successful Coaches Shares His Secrets for Personal and Business Mastery

The Greatness Guide: One of the World's Most Successful Coaches Shares His Secrets for Personal and Business Mastery

by Robin Sharma

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Overview

Robin Sharma is known the world over as the man behind The Monk phenomenon, the #1 bestselling series of inspirational books spun around the engaging fable of a jet-setting lawyer who gives it all up to search for his best life. Well over a million copies of Sharma’s books have been sold, inspiring business people, parents and people from all walks of life to reach for -- and realize -- their highest potential.

Now, in a remarkable book that will appeal to his legion of fans, as well as introduce him to a whole new audience, Robin Sharma has written a deeply personal guide that shares his own life journey, combined with 10 high-impact lessons for success.

Readers will discover:

  • how to transform fears into freedom
  • lessons to find lasting happiness
  • unique tools to build loving relationships
  • powerful strategies to simplify life and reduce stress

Rich with proven wisdom and packed with real-world examples, The Greatness Guide is an extraordinary resource for all those searching for peace, meaning and authentic success in every facet of their lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781554685967
Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
Publication date: 02/22/2011
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 455,779
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

ROBIN SHARMA is a globally respected humanitarian. Widely considered one of the world’s top leadership and personal optimization advisors, his clients include famed billionaires, professional sports superstars and many Fortune 100 companies. The author’s #1 bestsellers such as The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The Greatness Guide and The Leader Who Had No Title, are in over 92 languages making him one of the most broadly read writers alive today.

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