The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Publish date: 2003
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Pages no: 198
Edition language: English
, Self Help
, Asian Literature
, Indian Literature
, Personal Development
This book sure does live upto its reputation. My last book for 2012.
At the end of the day, this might be a useful book for most Type A people but for us who know our limitations and what drives us, it's not that useful. Yes, there comes a time in everyone's life where you push too hard but this is where I believe your family (and/or friends) should intervene and hel...
A great book to start the thinking process.
Yet another book my high school forced me to read and yet I couldn't finish it. Another one of those self-help books that is thinly disguised as a novel. I read the first chapter and I wanted to blow my brains out. There is a thin line between preachy and helpful, this one crossed over to preachy an...
One of those perfectly written, likable self help books. Easy to read and easy to like. I liked it too. But as far as self help goes, there aren't any radically original ideas in this one. It sells the same dreams as every other self help guide does. I would have given it 3 if it did not mention abo...