I read almost all RabinSharma books since they are easy to read and follow,Defintely they are inspiring many people through out the world. But I can honestly say "Who will cry when you die" is one of the best book Robin Sharma had written so far ... top among all of his best sellers, But don't be jarred by the book's title: these recommendations are very much about making the opportunity to live the life you want to and augmenting your worthwhile existence
I have been reading this book again and again(I guess first i read it on 2008) whenever i just need to relax and rejuvenate myself. This book contains powerful insights and very useful tips and through observations which definitely help us to find what is our purpose of life in a simple methods and beautifully organized in a short lessons used with all positive vocabulary which makes you more closer to yourself .
Robin Sharma gives us small paced101 lesson in this easy-to-read- small book, and each chapter takes up just one or two pages. Good suggestions and Insights like...
Keep a Journal, Become a Volunteer, Be a Better Parent, Walk in the Woods. Others are more intriguing: Have a Living Funeral, Don't Finish Every Book You Start, Create a Hero List, Find Your Place of Peace. . If you're a typical adult human, you're sure to find words of encouragement and some good ideas here.