Robin Sharma’s 7 Rules in the Monk who sold his Ferrari

1. The Garden

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2. The Lighthouse

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3. The Sumo Wrestler

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4. The Underwear

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5. The Golden Stopwatch

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6. The Rose

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7. Path of Diamonds

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My thoughts:

The book is fantastic. Read it. It combines great storytelling, useful tales, and thought provoking ideas all into one. I especially loved the roses part, where giving selflessly would lead to happiness. I’ve come across giving roses previously, the context being appreciate those who deserve it before it is too late. Continually giving is the key for the next step of happiness for me.

My Action Items:

  1. Discipline: Finish all schoolwork by EoWeekend, finish a scientific review paper by the End of the Weekend
  2. Direction: Article out for the end of this weekend on what I plan to get done in my life
  3. Knowledge: Spend an hour in the next two days going down a rabbit hole of learning
  4. Build a habit of meditation every day. Start Sunday.
  5. Time: Timebox the rest of the week
  6. Roses: Thank you letters for teachers
  7. Diamonds: Make 5 people laugh daily

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Aniket Majumder

Aniket Majumder

I’m Aniket, and I’m interested in how we can make humans fundamentally better through better disease prevention and innovation.