Robin Sharma is a Canadian writer, best known for his The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book series. Sharma worked as a litigation lawyer until age 25, when he self-published MegaLiving (1994), a book on stress management and spirituality. He initially also self-published The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, which was then picked up for wider distribution by HarperCollins. Sharma has published 12 other books, and founded the training company Sharma Leadership International.
Early life and Career
Sharma has an Indian origin. He has a Master's degree in law. Initially, he worked as a lawyer, but he says he couldn't find satisfaction or peace in it. Sharma started his writing career the age of 25. He became widely known for his second book, ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.’ With this book, he showed himself as having a "deep understanding of life." After his second book went successful, he quit his career as a lawyer and became a full-time writer. Later, he also started public speaking and became popular as a speaker as well. He is consulted by many CEOs and other leaders from the corporate world to get advice on how to keep their employees motivated. He has also conducted trainings for many companies, like Nike, Microsoft, IBM, and FedEx. Many organisations such as Yale University, Harvard Business School, and NASA also call him to give public speeches.
Megaliving!: 30 Days to a Perfect Life (1994, ISBN 978-8172246143)
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (1997, ISBN 978-8179-921623)
Leadership Wisdom from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (1998, ISBN 978-1401905460)
Who Will Cry When You Die: Life Lessons from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (1999, ISBN 978-8179922323)
Family Wisdom from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (2001, ISBN 978-1401900144)
The Saint, the Surfer, and the CEO (2002, ISBN 978-1401900168)
The Greatness Guide: 101 Lessons for Making What's Good at Work and in Life Even Better (2006, ISBN 978-0061238574)
The Greatness Guide Book 2: 101 More Insights to Get You to World Class (2008, ISBN 978-1554684038)
The Leader Who Had No Title (2010, ISBN 978-1439109137)
The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (2011, ISBN 978-0007321117)
Little Black Book for Stunning Success (2016, ISBN 9788184959895)
The 5 AM Club (2018, ISBN 978-1443456623)
The Everyday Hero Manifesto (2021, ISBN 9781443456647)References