Book Review: Who will Cry When You Die?

Author: Robin Sharma

Genre: Self-help, Non-Fiction

Overview: If you are a newbie into reading and are looking for some self-help books then this is the perfect book for you to begin with. The book sheds wisdom through small one or two page chapters focusing on various aspects of life. How can a small change in the things that you do in daily routine can bring enormous happiness in our lives. From this book, you will explore an art of living and an art of dying as well.

First of all, let me tell you, this is not a book that will change your life completely after reading. It will show you a path to lead a happy and self-contented life, that we all want. If I find even a few pages of perception from 101 small chapters of the book, then I think it’s worth it. To sum it up, I would say, simple facts and knowledge, that will make a big difference in your living if you apply them!

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Why would I recommend this book?

1. You can open up any page and start reading as the chapters are short of 2 to 3 pages and you don’t have to worry about being in sync.

2. Written in very simple English so that it can be understood by every age group.

3. Almost every chapter contains quotations penned by great writers.

4. The wording and explanation are quite simple and effective.

Some of my favourite chapters:

 “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.”

Chapter 14- Remember, Genius is 99 Percent Inspiration

I have heard that to know someone’s personality and attitude towards their living we should have an idea about the top 5 people they are spending their most time with. So start spending time with people who inspire you to be better in life and help you to grow.

Chapter 89- Don’t Worry About Things You Can’t Change

The mind-blowing explanation and analytics elucidated by the author which was surely helpful to me as soon as I understood it deeply.

Chapter 101- Live fully so you can die happily.

One thing I learned from this chapter is while we are working to achieve bigger goals we tend to forget to celebrate the smaller ones. So whenever I achieve something small I treat myself with anything that makes me feel accomplished which is actually great and motivates me to do better.

Overall, it was a good experience for me and I would definitely suggest it to whosoever wants to start reading and doesn’t want to dig deep.

Disclaimer- This review is based on my personal experience and does not substitute any professional advice.

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