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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

A Spiritual Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny
Lu par : Humphrey Bower
Durée : 6 h et 34 min
4,9 out of 5 stars (14 notations)

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Now published in over 70 languages, this number one international best seller gently offers answers to life's biggest questions as well as a practical process to help you create prosperity, vitality, happiness and inner peace.

This is the incredible story of Julian Mantle, a superstar lawyer whose out-of-balance lifestyle leads him to a near-fatal heart attack in a packed courtroom. His collapse brings on a spiritual crisis, forcing him to seek answers to life's most important questions.

Hoping to find happiness and fulfilment, he embarks upon an extraordinary odyssey to an ancient culture, where he discovers a powerful system to release the potential of his mind, body and soul, and learns to live with greater passion, purpose and peace.

Brilliantly blending the timeless spiritual wisdom of the East with the cutting-edge success principles of the West, this truly inspiring tale has shown millions of people around the world how to live with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy.

©1997 Robin Sharma (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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"A captivating story that teaches as it delights." (Paulo Coelho)

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Very well read Audiobook and amazing story

I fully enjoyed this audio book and would recommend it to anyone! One MUST read book! Beautiful and simple story with deep teaching to live a happy life. Anyone would benefit from the wisdom found within. Life changing!

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  • Sid Edwards
  • 12/01/2019

Honestly... it's ok...

It has some interesting concepts that I would say serve more as reminders than new concepts. The story doesn't really offer anything new either. The dialog between the main characters is almost laughable at times because it feels like the author is trying to hard to make the monk sound sage but it comes off as a little tacky. 3 stars because there were some interesting take-aways but unfortunately nothing new. I felt like I've heard different versions of this story hundreds of times. Unhappy rich man goes on a spiritual journey to seek enlightenment, discovers he had it within him the whole time if only he had changed his perspective, goes on to share the knowledge. Which I think is a good story but I felt like this book was very surface level in it's delivery. Entertaining at times but not something that I would strongly recommend.

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  • Paul Poissenot
  • 10/08/2017

Inspirational

I have started applying methods that I learned into new habits. These new habits have profoundly changed my life in a meaningful way. Deep breathing, eating once a day no processed foods, cold pool 50 degree water 15 min a day and meditation

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  • Michael P
  • 12/07/2017

great listen to keep your mind right.

highly recommend you give the book a listen. great reader and keeps your mimd on track with life and business.

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  • W.A. Preston III
  • 27/08/2017

Exactly what my soul needed! 5 Stars is not enough!

Wow, what can I say other then, this book is exactly what was needed in my life, it awakened my soul, it opened my mind, it taught me so many things about life. I can't wait to master the techniques shared in this book! A must read!

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  • Richard Zepeda
  • 18/09/2017

Very insightful

This book was very insightful and inspiring. I've started practicing some of the advice while reading the book and it only got better and better.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28/08/2019

Some good points...but

I didnt learn anything that I didnt already know and it appears to me that the author was repeating himself over and over again. I try very hard to give a book a chance and I did make it through the book , however it was tedious. I also enjoy listening to my audiobooks on faster speeds and I could not enjoy the performance of this book. The speaker's accent was distracting to me. no matter what speed I adjusted it to. Sorry just not my cup of tea but maybe you will have a better experience from it than I did.

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  • RNH
  • 26/03/2019

Phenomenal

Reviewing this book in words is a disservice. The truth contained in this book could be studied for a lifetime with limitless expansion.

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  • Austin
  • 15/03/2019

Fantastic listen! Great lessons and great narrator

A classic book filled with great insight in a way that captivates your attention throughout the novel and leaves the lessons in a short fable that is easy to remember. Definitely a must listen and loved the narrator.

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  • hamazasb
  • 07/09/2017

Humphrey with this book.

This amazing Life lesson, this book teaches. And with Humphrey Bowers reading this book he make you feel like you are in the conversation with the characters of the Fable.
Not my first audiobook off Humphrey. But this is first time listening of Robin Shama book and I look forward listening more of he's books.

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  • JC
  • 23/06/2017

Loved, loved, loved it!!!!

Best and yummiest book I've read in a while. Definitely the most inspirational!!! Totally worth the credit!!

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  • simonp
  • 14/10/2020

Wow, what a great story

I would say about myself that I'm not really into spiritual topics. But this book is so much more as that. It is an encyclopedia of a good life, your best friend if you are open minded and a treasure for everyone who red and understood it.

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  • Jan Rodenwald
  • 08/01/2019

Bad writing, mediocre content.

To be fair, there are some valuable insights in this book. But not a lot. And those insights, that are there, can be found elsewhere in a much better format (see last paragraph below). So, the pain of listening to an awfully written "story", to find a small nugget of content every other hour, is simply too much for my sensitive ears... Here are the details: This piece of literature can hardly be classified as a "story". The enlightened ex-lawyer, who is now the monk, tells his former colleague the lessons he has learned in the Himalaya. But the lessons are basically ordinary advise you can find in any productivity or self-development guidebook. Nothing special about them. Nonetheless, to add some authority to these lessons, the monk starts every second statement with something like "As the ancient monks in the Himalaya have known for ages and passed on from generation to generblablabla... - this is the advise I want to give to you...". Im like 40% done and I heard this intro literally a hundred times... The former colleague, on the other hand, is the eager student, who wants to learn more about what the monk has to tell. His contributions to the conversations are nothing more than some variations of "Tell me more!", "This is interesting!", "I've never heard something like that before!". Cheap. You know, it's like drawing a rectangle and and a triangle on top of it and calling that a house. Yes, technically it's a drawing of a house. But if you try harder just a tiny fraction, you can improve your drawing dramatically. And if you'd erase only half an inch of one of these lines, it's not even a drawing of a house anymore. Same with that story. Yes, technically, it's a story, but only half an inch away from being a pamphlet. I simply don't understand, why the author chose to write a "story" like this. An abstract or guidebook would have been the better choice. And instead of listening to 6 hrs of bad storytelling, I'd have the core content in 20 minutes and would be happy with what I've learned. My advise is this: Read "The 7 habits of highly effective people", by Stephen Covey. At least 3 of the 7 principles are the same in both books (as I said, I didn't finish the Ferrari-Monk yet). But Covey can convince without any reference to the spiritual world and has better real-life examples and advise. Case closed.

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  • Richard Heider
  • 20/11/2018

Simple Language

The fable is told in simple english, which can be considered a feature. The key points of the book are strongly simplified, maybe sometimes too much. Still I would recommend this book as a simple and easy-to-follow introduction to life philosophy.

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  • Vaders_son
  • 04/11/2018

Insightful

Very insightful book, I‘ll be sure to listen to it again, even more carefully this time.