Positivity and Fearless Authenticity!

Positivity and Fearless Authenticity!

Hi my lovely darling readers!!

I recently read the follow up to The Monk Who Sold His FerrariThe Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, and I couldn’t put it down! Needless to say, I recommend it. I don’t intent to regurgitate the storyline. Instead I want to talk about a few of the lessons Robin Sharma so poignantly describes in this gem of a book, because they couldn’t be more relevant!

As I delve further into blogging, and explore the journey of building my own brand, my voice, and ultimately becoming a ‘real’ blogger I can attest to all of the 9 lessons the book seeks to teach us. It doesn’t matter where you currently are in your life the lessons shared are meant to put you on your own individual path to happiness. Not everyone will have a rich cousin to send them around the world in search of enlightenment, but it makes for a good story, and reading this book will get you one step closer to repatriating your mind with fresh, unique, feel-good-because-I’m-awesome ideas. Read more

Daily Acts of Kindness

Daily Acts of Kindness

I recently finished reading “The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari” by Robin Sharma. Don’t worry this isn’t a book report or even a book review, but I do want to tell you about the sentiment this book left me with. I took my time reading it because every time I sat down to read it gave me a boost of energy and made me want to work towards leading a better, more fulfilling life. More specifically it took me so long to read it because I read this book on my lunch breaks at work, while sitting outside and enjoying beautiful weather, which too of course contributed to my feeling of rejuvenation. “The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari” is a beautiful story and a guide to improving one’s life by stopping to smell the roses.

we are what we repeatedly do

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