7 Awesome Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
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It is a story about materialistic success transforming into true prosperity. The personality development journey of both characters from the book is a guidebook to life.
The Protagonist, a seven-figure-making lawyer had everything, in search of wisdom and happiness, sold his belongings and headed to the Himalayan mountains where he studied the wisdom of the Sages.
It takes courage to nurture self-discipline because it's not easy.
Get away from distractions and weak thoughts and focus your mind on the power and strength of your will.
Being efficient with your time also means being ruthless about it.
You have to have the courage to say "no".
At the end of the day, your happiness is a choice you have to make and is a journey you have to take.
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