WHO WILL CRY WHEN YOU DIE                                                                                        ROBIN SHARMA

                                                                                                              NORMAN COUSINS



1. Discover Your Calling

2. Every Day, Be Kind to a Stranger
3. Maintain Your Perspective
4. Practice Tough Love
5. Keep a Journal
6. Develop an Honesty Philosophy
7. Honor Your Past

8. Start Your Day Well

9. Learn to Say No Gracefully
10. Take a Weekly Sabbatical
11. Talk to Yourself
12. Schedule Worry Breaks

13. Model a Child

14. Remember, Genius Is 99 Percent Inspiration
15. Care for the Temple

16. Learn to Be Silent

17. Think About Your Ideal Neighborhood

18. Get Up Early

19. See Your Troubles as Blessings

20. Laugh More

21. Spend a Day Without Your Watch
22. Take More Risks

23. Live a Life

24. Learn from a Good Movie
25. Bless Your Money

26. Focus on the Worthy

27. Write Thank – You Notes
28. Always Carry a Book with You

29. Create a Love Account

30. Get Behind People’s Eyeballs
31. List Your Problems

32. Practice the Action Habit

33. See Your Children as Gifts
34. Enjoy the Path, Not Just the Reward
35. Remember That Awareness Precedes Change
36. Read Tuesday’s With Morrie
37. Master Your Time

38. Keep Your Cool

39. Recruit a Board of Directors
40. Cure Your Monkey Mind

41. Get Good at Asking

42. Looking for the Higher Meaning of Your Work
43. Build a Library of Heroic Books
44. Develop Your Talents
45. Connect with Nature

46. Use Your Commute Time

47. Go on a News Fast
48. Get Serious About Setting Goals
49. Remember the Rule of 21
50. Practice Forgiveness
51. Drink Fresh Fruit Juice
52. Create a Pure Environment
53. Walk in the Woods

54. Get a Coach

55. Take a Mini – Vacation

56. Become a Volunteer

57. Find Your Six Degrees of Separation
58. Listen to Music Daily
59. Write a Legacy Statement

60. Find Three Great Friends

61. Read The Artist’s Way
62. Learn to Meditate

63. Have a Living Funeral

64. Stop Complaining and Start Living
65. Increase Your Value
66. Be a Better Parent
67. Be Unorthodox

68. Carry a Goal Card

69. Be More than Your Moods
70. Savor the Simple Stuff

71. Stop Condemning

72. See Your Day as Your Life
73. Create a Master Mind Alliance
74. Create a Daily Code of Conduct

75. Imagine a richer reality

76. Become he CEO of Your Life

77. Be Humble

78. Don’t Finish Every Book You Start
79. Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself
80. Make a Vow of Silence
81. Don’t Pick Up the Phone Every Time It Rings
82. Remember That Recreation Must Involve Re – creation 83. Choose Worthy Opponents
84. Sleep Less
85. Have a Family Mealtime

86. Become an Imposter

87. Take a Public Speaking Course

88. Stop Thinking Tiny Thoughts

89. Don’t Worry About Things You Can’t Change
90. Learn How to Walk
91. Rewrite Your Life Story

92. Plant a tree

93. Find Your Place of Peace
94. Take More Pictures

95. Be an Adventurer

96. Decompress Before You Go Home

97. Respect Your Instincts

98. Collect Quotes That Inspire You
99. Love Your Work
Selflessly Serve


Live Fully so You Can Die Happy


I honor you for picking up this book. In doing so, you have made the decision to love more deliberately, more joyfully and completely. You have decided to live your life by choice rather than by chance, by design rather than by default. And for this, I applaud you.
   Since Writing the two previous books in The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari series, I have received countless letters from readers who saw their lives change through the wisdom they discovered. The comments of these men and women inspired and moved me. Many of the notes I received also encouraged me to distill all that I have learned about the art of living into a series of life lessons. And so, I set about compiling the best I have to give into a book that I truly believe will help transform your life.
   The words on the following pages are heartfelt and written in the high hope that you will not only connect with the wisdom I respectfully offer but act on it to create lasting improvements in every life area. Through my own trials, I have found that it is not enough to know what to do – we must act on that knowledge in order to have the lives we want.
   And so as you turn the pages of this third book inThe Monk Who Sold His Ferrari series, I hope you will discover a wealth of wisdom that will enrich the quality of your professional, personal and spiritual life. Please do write to me, send me an e-mail or visit with me at one of my seminars to share how you have integrated the lessons in this book into the way you live. I will do my very best to respond to your letters with a personal note I wish you deep peace, great prosperity and many happy days spent engaged in a worthy purpose.
Robin S. Sharma


               Discover Your Calling

    When I was growing up, my father said something to me I will never forget, “Son, when you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries while you rejoice.” We live in an age when we have forgotten what life is all about. We can easily put a person on the Moon, but we have trouble walking across the street to meet a new neighbor. We can fire a missile across the world with pinpoint accuracy, but we have trouble keeping a date with our children to go to the library. We have e-mail, fax machines and digital phones so that we can stay connected and yet we live in a time where human beings have never been less connected. We have lost touch with our humanity. We have lost touch with our purpose. We have lost sight of the things that matter the most.
    And so, as you start this book, I respectfully ask you, Who will cry when you die? How many lives will you touch while you have the privilege to walk this planet? What impact will your life have on the generations that follow you? And what legacy will you leave behind after you have taken your last breath? One of the lessons I have learned in my own life is that if you don’t act on life, life has a habit of acting on you. The days slip into weeks, the weeks slip into months and the months slip into years. Pretty soon it’s all over and you are left with nothing more than a heart filled with regret over a life half lived. Bernard Shaw was asked on his deathbed, “What would you do if you could live your life over again?” He reflected, then replied with a deep sigh: “I’d like to be the person I could have been but never was.” I’ve written this book so that this will never happen to you.
    As a professional speaker, I spend much of my work life delivering keynote addresses at conferences across North America, flying from city to city, sharing my insights on leadership in business and in life with many different people. Though they all come from diverse walks of life, their questions invariably center on the same things these days: How can I find greater meaning in my life? How can I make a lasting contribution through my work? And How can I simplify so that I can enjoy the journey of life before it is too late?
    My answer always begins the same way: Find your calling. I believe we all have special talents that are just waiting to be engaged in a worthy pursuit. We are all here for some unique purpose, some noble objective that will allow us to manifest our higher human potential while we, at the same time, add value to the lives around us. Finding your calling doesn’t mean you must leave the job you now have. It simply means you need to bring more of yourself into your work and focus on the things you do best. It means you have to stop waiting for other people to make the changes you desire and, as Mahatma Gandhi noted: “Be the change that you wish to see most in your world.” And once you do, your life will change.





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