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7 Awesome Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Do Not Waste Time

Time is finite and cannot be bought. Do not waste or kill time.

Being efficient with your time also means being ruthless about it.

You have to have the courage to say "no".

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Robin Sharma
Robin Sharma

"Greatness comes from living for a cause larger than you. And leaving our world better than you found it."