Robin Sharma’s next book

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Robin Sharma the world famous leadership mentor is gearing up for his new book. “Little Black Book for Stunning Success” is ready to be released on January 17, 2017. Success one of the most used word in self-help books in recent times has got a place in Robin’s book as well.

This time his book has a statement that says “Published for the first time in the world!” So we might understand that this book will have something new to the world. This book is all about mastering the techniques of success and it does add that the unusual success is not only met for few. The final few words say that this book will fuel our dreams.

It’s been a year since the last book of Robin “The Mastery Manual” has hit the shops. So this book does have high expectations among his fans and self-help book lovers. This book has an additional section that speaks about the “Tools for Action Mastery”. It’s going to be a double delight. We will get back to you with the review soon after the release.

About the author:

Robin Sharma is the world famous writer and leadership mentor. He is famous for his “The Monk who Sold his Ferrari” series. He was in Canada on 18th March, 1965. He quit profession as a lawyer at the age of 25. He was down with his life when he started publishing books on managing stress. Later he self-published The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. This was the turning point of his life. His later publications The Leader Who Had No Title, The Surfer, The Saint and others have taken him to the peak of leadership mentoring. Now he is one of the best leadership speakers around the world. He was awarded the Golden Gavel Award in 2011 and World’s top leadership professionals in 2016.

His official website: www.robinsharma.com

anise

A soft skill trainer hails from Karur, Tamilnadu. Loves to be a bookworm, enjoys watching movies and internet savvy

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