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I Bought The Monk’s Ferrari (2008)

by Ravi Subramanian(Favorite Author)
3.53 of 5 Votes: 2
812911285X (ISBN13: 9788129112859)
Rupa Publication
review 1: This book added more to my confusion and thoughts on the definition of being successful. Is it only about showing off ones achievements, status, fame, money? Is it really bad to achieve a sense of satisfaction and contentment in life without running the rat race, without being on top always? Is it correct that our children are being brought up with a mentality that only materialistic things in life like having big car, lavish birthday party, holidaying abroad and alike are far more important than leading a contented life with decent and humble living?
review 2: This is an exquisite book of learning and a perfect guide for many professionals who have a burning desire to excel in their professional lives. A book full of anecdotes and real life examples of famous
... morepersonalities, who ASPIRED to become great, across the world, makes it even more wonderful to read.The Ten Commandments and the meaning of FERRARI redefined towards the end is quite impressive. A must read for all be it young or old to shape themselves towards perfection and a life which gives them full satisfaction less
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Telling something like this through his personal experiences was very good.
Right On - Have already passed it on to my other significant.
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