In consultant Robin Sharma’s self-help parable, an entrepreneur and an artist, both frustrated by failure, meet and travel with a mysterious billionaire, Stone Riley. The two travelers have front-row seats to inspirational speeches that Riley peppers with the mantra: “Own your morning. Elevate your life.” Riley emphasizes that success springs from starting your day at 5 a.m. He promises that will enable you to surpass your dreams, make history and free your inner genius. Sharma’s advice, though valid, is familiar from his other books. Recommended for his fans and those who love fables.
About the Author
Leadership consultant Robin Sharma also wrote The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The Greatness Guide and The Leader Who Had No Title. His books have sold 10 million copies.
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10 months agoIt had some interesting concepts, but I felt like I needed to create a chart to follow to accomplish anything.
1 year agoGreat!
1 year agothis is by far the worst self help book I have ever consumed. I listened to it on audible, and I actually listened to the end because I was dying to see if it would ever actually get good given all the reviews for it.
4 days agoI'm so glad someone else feels the same about this one as I do. Started listening to it via Audiobook and had to stop. The read wasn't any better, though.
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