Top 10 tips to learn from the book Who will cry when you die by Robin Sharma
Who Will Cry When You Die is a book that can be used to improve not just your self-confidence but also your relationships with others. Robin Sharma, an author and motivational speaker wrote the book. He has garnered many fans over the years due to his ability to inspire people through his writings. One such book is Who Will Cry When You Die, which talks about why you need to love yourself before anyone else can love you. Here are some of the tips from this book:
1. Live your life fully and with confidence
This is the first lesson that Robin Sharma imparts in his book, Who Will Cry When You Die? And it is a powerful one. He states that confidence is vital to success and that we can all be confident if we choose to be. I’m sure most of us have seen people who are not secure and perhaps even shy or nervous around others but turn into someone else when they start talking about something they know well, such as sports or their job.
The author also says that it isn't enough to live your life fully, but rather that you must live it with confidence by knowing who you are and what makes you unique as an individual (e.g., what makes me different from other people).
This chapter includes several examples of people who are not confident and how they try to overcome this lack of self-esteem in their lives. Robin Sharma suggests using affirmations throughout the day, such as saying "I am good enough" or "I will succeed." This technique works because it helps us replace negative thoughts with positive ones and thus increases our confidence levels.
2. Be very clear about what truly gives you pleasure
It's all too easy to get caught up in the pursuit of short-term happiness. We can look at our lives and see that we're not happy, but the idea of making a real change seems overwhelming. The truth is, if you want to be truly happy, you'll have to seriously consider what gives you pleasure—and, more importantly, why it does so.
Don't get me wrong: I'm not saying that everything we do should be for long-term gain; there are times when it's okay to do something just for fun (and reward yourself for your hard work!). But if you want a life filled with genuine satisfaction and lasting joy, then your daily habits must consider what will give your future self long-term and short-term pleasure today.
Now, do you see how simple it is to figure out what gives you long-term pleasure and pain?
It's not just about the things that give you short-term pleasure. It's also about what gives you long-term happiness!
3. Transform every moment into a blissful experience
When you transform every moment into a blissful experience, you’ll be amazed by how quickly your life changes for the better.
Focus on the present, not the past or future. Most of us spend far too much time worrying about what has already happened in our lives and thinking about what might happen in the future. Instead of spending so much time thinking about things that haven’t happened yet, why not focus on what is happening right now? Just because something hasn't happened yet doesn't mean it can't go well if we focus on it! Many things in life tend to improve when we focus on them rather than worrying about them.
Look for the good in every situation—and then do something about it! Are you frustrated by traffic jams during rush hour? Rather than getting angry with other drivers who are slowing down your commute home from work (and causing you stress), think about how thankful you should be that enough people were traveling at 4 p.m., which helped keep traffic moving smoothly through downtown Toronto despite an accident earlier in the day that caused delays along one street near a major intersection where most people must stop at least once before proceeding onto another road heading toward their final destination(s).
4. Follow the 3 Golden Rules of Life
Here are the 3 Golden Rules of Life:
Be kind. Your thoughts profoundly affect your life, and so do your actions. If you're kind to others, they'll be inclined to be kind back—and when they are, they'll also attract more kindness into their lives. Kindness begets kindness in a positive cycle that can change the world if we all contribute to it by being kinder than we've ever been!
Be grateful for everything you have (even if it seems like nothing at first). Gratitude is another way to draw positivity into your life because gratitude helps build self-esteem and confidence, which leads us down the path toward success…and happiness along with it!
Be honest about who you are (even if that person isn't perfect) because honesty builds trust between people who communicate honestly with each other even though they may not agree on everything. Honest communication allows us all to gain clarity about who we are and where we want our lives; this clarity often leads us towards better paths than those taken when there was confusion or dishonesty involved instead...
5. Experience true freedom
In this book, Robin Sharma tells us that freedom is not the absence of rules but rather the ability to make our own choices. Freedom is not only the right to do what we want but also to be responsible for our actions. We can’t choose what others do or say, but we can choose how we respond and react to them.
The three golden rules of life are: Take Charge of Your Life and Feel Fulfilled; Create an Extraordinary Legacy; Believe in Your Dreams Whole-heartedly, and they will Come True.
As the author says in his book, “The moment you accept responsibility for everything in your life is the moment you can change anything in it.” We all have a duty to ourselves, our families, and our communities. When we give back by doing something meaningful or helping someone else, our lives become more prosperous and fulfilling. It's hard work but worth every minute spent!
Robin Sharma teaches us that freedom is not only the right to be different but also to be accepted as we are. He says that when we have true freedom within our hearts, minds, and souls, nothing stops us from living our dreams.
6. Do not let the clutter in your mind control you
Your mind is an incredible tool that can help you achieve the life of your dreams. It’s also the most powerful thing in the world.
When you focus on positive thoughts, they help you to make positive choices and create a happier, more fulfilling life. This is why it’s essential to let go of negative thinking patterns holding you back from living up to your potential.
This chapter will teach you how to use positive thinking to achieve your goals and design a life filled with happiness, fulfillment, and joy.
Please write down your goals and make a plan for how you’re going to achieve them. It’s easy to get distracted by other things in life, but if you spend some time focusing on what you want most, it will be easier to stay on track.
7. Stop worrying and start living
“The only thing you can control is how you use your mind, and that's how you win the game.”
Worrying wastes time and energy, but we all do it. The more you worry about things that haven't happened yet or things that are already in your past, the less time and energy you have for things that matter now. And even if something does happen, worrying about it won't change anything. Worrying about what could go wrong creates unnecessary stress and anxiety; it puts pressure on yourself to avoid failure or make sure things happen exactly as planned out of fear of not getting what you want or need out of life or work—and this isn't possible anyway because life doesn't always conform to our expectations!
There's no point in pondering things that can never be changed; instead, focus on making choices today so they'll lead to better outcomes tomorrow!
Worrying about the future is pointless because we can't control what will happen. Worrying about the past is meaningless because it can't be changed. Worrying about things you can't change is pointless
8. Take charge of your life and feel fulfilled
When you're responsible for your success, you'll never have to worry about other people's opinions or goals influencing yours. When you have an outcome that only matters, staying focused on the task is more accessible than letting others distract you with their problems or worries. And when the product is in your hands alone, it means there's no one else but YOU who can guarantee success—you're 100% responsible for whatever happens!
If this sounds like too much work, don't worry: there's an easier way. You can always hire someone else to do it for you. But doing things yourself will give you a sense of ownership over your life that no one else could ever take away!
Do you agree? Do you have something else to say about this topic? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below! If there's one thing I know for sure, life is short, and we should enjoy every moment. One way to do so is by taking charge of your happiness instead relying on others for validation or letting their opinions dictate how you feel about yourself.
9. Create an extraordinary legacy
What is a legacy? The word comes from the Latin term Legatum—something left behind by a person after their death that serves as a guide or inspiration to others. You can create a legacy in many ways: through your work, relationships, and what you leave behind when you leave this world.
Your brand is your unique identity in the marketplace of life (business and beyond). It’s what people will remember when they think about you and your contributions once you’re gone from this earth. Your brand represents all that is uniquely authentic about who you are and what matters most to you. The more clearly defined it becomes, the more likely it will be that others will recognize its value—and want some part of it for themselves!
Why is it important? As human beings, we all have a responsibility to create something that outlives us. It’s our way of leaving behind a mark on the world and ensuring that our time isn’t wasted. Your legacy is what will be remembered about you after you die. If you don't spend time thinking about what kind of legacy you want to leave behind, how can you expect others to do so? The most effective way to create an extraordinary gift is
10. Believe in your dreams whole-heartedly, and they will come true
Robin Sharma wants you to believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams. Believe in your abilities, your potential, and your future. He wants you to believe in the people around you: Your family, friends, community, and country. But most importantly, he wants you to think that if these people work together toward their common goals with a positive attitude, they can achieve greatness together instead of being torn apart by conflict or apathy.
The author also advises readers to be aware of their thoughts and feelings, which can be both positive and negative. "Acknowledge your successes as well as failures," Sharma writes. "Don't think only about what you want, but focus on what it will take for you to get there."
11. You can live a happier life if you implement these tips in your life
To live a happier life, you can implement these ten tips from the book Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin Sharma. The book is excellent and contains many practical, easy-to-implement advice. The tips are not just for business people but everyone in general.
The first tip is to start a daily journal. This will help you to reflect on what's essential in your life and how you can make yourself happier. The second tip is to create a gratitude list of things you appreciate or are thankful for. You'll be surprised at how much longer your list gets over time! The third tip is to write down three things you want to accomplish daily.
We hope that you have found these ten tips valuable and inspiring! They’re great for anyone who wants to make a positive change in their life, regardless of their circumstances. Whether starting from zero or at a high point, there are always ways to improve yourself and the world around you.
Take action on something every day. The best way to start living this way is by setting small goals - doing one thing every day, even if it's just five minutes or so. You'll be surprised at how much progress can come from doing one little thing daily!