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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (Marathi) is the Marathi translation of the bestselling English book on creating a life of purpose, passion, and peace.
Summary Of The Book
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (Marathi) is a translation of the powerful English fable that taught people how to live more fulfilling lives. It’s a book that guides people towards living a life of compassion, and encourages people to seek inner happiness.
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Robin Sharma is a leadership expert, author, motivational speaker, and lawyer.
The other books he has written are Who Will Cry When You Die: Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, Discover Your Destiny with the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, and The Leader Who Had No Title.
Robin graduated from the Dalhousie University School of Law with an L.L.B. He worked as a judicial law clerk at the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and as a staff litigation attorney with the Canadian government. He founded a business training firm in Toronto, called Sharma Leadership International Inc. He was slotted 7th on the list of International Leadership Professional Gurus, and has received Toastmasters International’s Golden Gavel award.
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