quotes who will cry when you die robin sharma

Quotes From ‘Who Will Cry When You Die’ By Robin Sharma

“Who Will Cry When You Die’ is a collection of small motivational essays like chapters. It would not take you took much time to finish a chapter or a couple of them or even the book itself.

Depending on the time you have, you’d read this book to feel motivated.

Below are some quotes I highlighted while reading this book:

 

“No one is stopping you from opening your journal and, on a blank page, rewriting the story of your life. This very minute, you can decide the way you would like it to unfold, change the central characters and create a new ending.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“One of the timeless secrets to a long, happy life is to love your work. The golden thread running through the lives of history’s most satisfied people is that they all loved what they did for a living.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 
 “To maintain a healthy level of optimism and passion for life, you must keep on setting higher and higher goals. On attaining one goal, whether it is a career goal or a personal one, it is essential that you quickly set the next one.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“If you find that after reading the first three chapters of a book, you have not gained any worthwhile information or that the book has failed to keep your attention, do yourself a favor: put the book away and make better use of your time (like reading the next book in your pile).” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

 “A meaningful life is made up of a series of daily acts of decency and kindness, which, ironically, add up to something truly great over the course of a lifetime.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Remember if your life is worth thinking about, it is worth writing about.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Eating the wrong foods, in large quantities, will reduce your energy level, affect your health and prevent your mind from serving you to its fullest capacity.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

 “Life change takes time, effort and patience.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Take a good, hard look at your environment. Your thoughts are shaped by the people you associate with, by the books you read, by the words you speak and by your daily physical surroundings.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Without the ability to concentrate, a full and complete life is not possible.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

Saying things we don’t really mean becomes a habit when we practice it long enough. The real problem is that when you don’t keep your word, you lose credibility. When you lose credibility, you break the bonds of trust. And breaking the bonds of trust ultimately leads to a string of broken relationships.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Deep reading allows you to connect with the worlds most creative, intelligent and inspiring people, twenty–four hours a day.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The golden thread of a highly successful and meaningful life is self – discipline. Discipline allows you to do all those things you know in your heart you should do but never feel like doing. Without self – discipline, you will not set clear goals, manage your time effectively, treat people well, persist through the tough times, care for your health or think positive thoughts.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Your life is not a dress rehearsal. Lost opportunities rarely come again. Today, vow to increase your passion for living and multiply the commitment you will bring to each of the days that will follow this one.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“When you promise someone you will do something, do it. Be the person of your word rather than being ‘all talk and no action’.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The quality of your life ultimately is shaped by the quality of your choices and decisions, ones that range from the career you choose to pursue to the books you read, the time that you wake up every morning and the thoughts you think during the hours of your days, when you consistently flex your willpower by making those choices that you know are the right ones (rather than the easy ones), you take back control of your life.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

 “If your priorities don’t get scheduled into your planner, other people’s priorities will get put into your planner.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Writing in a journal offers you the opportunity to have regular one – on – one conversation with yourself. Keeping a journal encourages you to consider what you do, why you do it and what you have learned from all you have done.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“You would not have the wisdom and knowledge you now possess were it not for the setbacks you have faced, the mistakes you have made and the suffering you have endured.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“How high you will rise in your life will be determined not by how hard you work but by how well you think.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“If you haven’t read today, you have not really lived today.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“To live your life to the fullest, start taking more risks and doing the things you fear. Get good at being uncomfortable and stop walking the path of least resistance.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The smallest of actions is always better than the boldest of intentions.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The more you ask, the more you get, but it takes practice to get good at it. Success is a number game.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The real value of setting and achieving goals lies not in the rewards you receive but in the person you have become as a result of reaching your goals.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Remember, the person who asks for what he wants at least has a chance of getting what he wants. The person who does not ask has no chance.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Develop a keen sense of awareness about how important your time really is. Don’t let people waste this most precious commodity and invest it in those activities that truly counts.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Effective people are consistent and, in many ways, predictable. Tough times call for cool people and they are always cool and calm when the pressure is on.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Set big goals. You are only as rich, whether materially or spiritually, as your dreams.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“You will never be able to eliminate a weakness you don’t even know about.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Greatness comes from beginning something that doesn’t end with you.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Saying that you don’t have enough time to be silent on a regular basis is a lot like saying you are too busy driving to stop for gas – eventually it will catch up with you.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“To live a richer, more rewarding life, it is essential that you run your own race. Stop bending to the demands of social pressure at the expense of your uniqueness.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The most effective people concentrate on their “areas of excellence,” that is, on the thing they do best and on those high – impact activities that will advance their life – work.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The person who tries to do everything ultimately accomplishes nothing.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“The smallest of actions is always better than the boldest of intentions.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Remember nothing can stop a person who refuses to be stopped. Most people don’t really fail, they simply give up trying.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Dreaming is great. But thinking big thoughts alone will not build a business, pay your bills or make you into the person you know in your heart you can be.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Remember it’s never too late to become the person you have always wanted to be.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Every second you dwell on the past you steal from your future. Every minute you spend focusing on your problems you take away from finding your solutions.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Take more pictures. Record the best time of your life. Collect photographs of the things that have made you smile or cry or appreciate the many blessings this world provides.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“When your days are not guided by a rich and inspiring vision for your future, a clear image of an end result that will help you act more intentionally, it is not hard for the agendas of those around you to dictate your actions.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“We are not our thoughts. Instead, we are the thinkers of our thoughts. We are the creators of the thoughts that flow through our minds and, given this fact, we can change our thoughts if we choose to do so.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“To connect more deeply to the miracles and the mysteries of your own life, vow to restore the spirit of adventure that you once knew as a child.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“The greatest people who have gone before us all had a simple strategy that ensured their success: they knew themselves. They made the time to reflect on their core abilities – those special qualities that made them unique – and spent the rest of their lives refining and expanding them.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Setting clearly defined goals provides you with a frame – work for smarter choices. If you know precisely where you are going, it becomes far easier to select those activities that will get you there.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

 

“Over the next month, rethink the way you do things. Don’t just do things because everyone else does them. Do the things that are right for you. Being different for all the right reasons, is a wise way to live.” ~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Your thoughts are shaped by the people you associate with, by the books you read, by the words you speak and by your daily physical surroundings.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)


“Make wiser choices about the thoughts you will allow to enter your mind, as well as the attitude you will bring to your days and the way you will spend the hours of your time. Stop complaining and start living.”
~~ Robin Sharma (Book: Who Will Cry When You Die? Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari)

Buy Link: Amazon

Hope you enjoyed reading this collection of quotes.

Happy Reading! Subscribe if Enjoyed Reading This quote post and wants to be alerted when I publish new ones. 🙂

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.


 

About the author