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Robin Sharma: “My Blessing For You And Those You Love In 2015″

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

I’ve written this special message for you as encouragement to make 2015 the finest year of your life yet. This is your year. Period.

I hope you sense my passion to help you fly and trust that I’ll do all I can to fuel your greatness as we move through this New Year.

And so, please know…

Today, you’ve been blessed with a gift–a fresh, pristine and gorgeous New Year.
The limits of the past no longer can shackle you.
Old fears need not frighten you.
Who you were last year doesn’t define who can be this year.

You see, you have a strength and power within you that longs to awaken now.
You have more bravery than you know.
More wisdom than you imagine.

My prayer for you — and those you love — is that you rise in 2015.
Rise to meet all challenges with a peaceful heart.
Rise above mediocrity in hot pursuit of mastery.
Rise to live the life of your childhood dreams.
You deserve no less.

Happy New Year!

Your fan always,



P.S. I’m on fire to help you experience an entirely new level of confidence, mindset, mastery, health, prosperity and service to the world this year. So now I want to passionately challenge you to take some action so we get you going…

…in the comment section below, share the one audacious/sort of scary/super-inspiring goal that you commit to starting to make 2015 the greatest year of your life.

I’ll read all of them.

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4 “Quiet” Lessons I’ve Learned On This Tour

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

By Robin Sharma
#1 bestselling author of The Leader Who Had No Title

Lessons from the road

Hope you’re in superb spirits, nailing your 2014 vision and inspiring everyone around you to reach for world-class.

I’m still out on this tour–spreading the Lead Without a Title message that’s grown into a movement. And doing my utmost to be of service.

I’ve learned a lot on this tour. The purity of the road births deep thoughtfulness and on each of the stops so far (Zurich, Zagreb, Nairobi, Seychelles and Bahrain), I’ve discovered new insights.

Please allow me to share 4 of the finest of them with you since I feel you’re with me on this ride. Most of them are “quiet”–meaning–not so well known…

  1. The nature of the goals you set is massively important. Goals based on looking better than others deliver less motivation and persistence than goals based on trying to improve your performance. So set “mastery goals” versus “ego goals”.

  2. Optimism isn’t some soft concept for weak people. Nope. It’s an absolutely essential element for anyone in hot pursuit of elite performance and professional mastery. Here’s my point: we often tell ourselves we’ll cultivate optimism once we become successful. But recent reasearch confirms that developing optimism leads to success….

    …optimists have been shown to have greater mental focus, more energy, better creativity and more stamina when things get hard.

  3. The best way to get more done is to do a lot less. I know I’ve been on this learned minimalism kick for the past few years, but I’m getting it at a whole new level.

    On this trip, I noticed a woman carrying a handbag made by a famed watchmaker. This firm makes genius-level watches. But highly ugly handbags. They seem to have forgotten what they do best. And are now in the process of destroying their brand and alienating their fans.

    So to get more done, say no to most of the fantastic opportunities that are presented to you but are not a part of your sweetspot. Build your business life and your personal world around just a few things. And have the discipline to say a diplomatic no to everything else. Mastery comes via a monomaniacal focus on simplicity versus an addiction to complexity.

  4. Your belief about your potential determines whether you’ll express your potential…

    …Psychologists are writing about “implicit theories” these days. Basically, these are the unconscious beliefs we have about our talents, abilities and place in the world.

    They come from every possible influence: our parents, our teachers, our friends, television, every book we’ve read and every place we’ve been. They all come together–subconsciously–to form our personal story. Cool, yes?

    And here’s the powerful idea: we always behave in a way consistent with our self-identity. What we think about our potential determines whether we take steps to fully express it or whether we leave it lying on the table of unfulfilled promise.

So there you go. Four ideas to practice and live.

100 thanks to everyone who showed up at the events, stopped me in airports and approached me on the streets. I am humbled to be helpful and am so grateful my work is valuable to you.

As for everyone asking me whether I’ve decided to do The 48 Hour Transformation–my 2 day personal mastery event–again this year, the answer is yes. It’ll be held on June 7 + 8 in Toronto, Canada. Can’t wait to see the Alumni from last year and all the new faces from across the world.

Be great,

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The Antidote To Fear

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

By Robin Sharma
#1 Bestselling author of “The Leader Who Had No Title”

A blatant yet often forgotten truth I’d love you to consider (and maybe journal about) today…

…Success doesn’t have much to do with luck, coincidence or even natural talent.

Instead, it has everything to do with a formula (and as you noticed, I’ve been sharing key pieces from my personal formula with you).

It’s like if you want to make an awesome meal, you can take weeks to experiment to try and get it right. Or you can get the recipe from the chef in 60 seconds.

People who achieve amazing results are no smarter than you. They’ve just learned the formula. They’ve just cracked the code.

No matter where you’re at in your life, no matter what’s happened in the past and no matter where you are today, if you run the right formula, you’ll start seeing fantastic results. GUARANTEED!

One of the master keys to the formula is to replace fear with faith and worry with action.

The #1 obstacle people have told me that is blocking them from extreme success is a lack of confidence.

The best kept secret of super achievers is that they too are scared. But they know the antidote to fear is action.

All green lights to you,

P.S. Doors will be closing soon so snap up your membership right now

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How to Wake Up Early

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

By Robin Sharma
Author of the #1 International Bestseller “The Leader Who Had No Title”

Did you know we collectively spend 100,000,000 minutes a day playing Angry Birds on smartphones?

Did you know that most people spend 2 hours or more each day being distracted from doing important things that will deliver their dreams by watching dancing cats on YouTube?

Did you know that the more you allow yourself to be interrupted, the more you actually develop a brain that can’t focus?

It’s just unbelievable how many of us are spending the best hours of our days chasing trivial pursuits that add zero value to our lives.

It’s the #1 success destroyer these days…all these distractions that have invaded your best hours…

So how can you break free of “The Addiction to Distraction” so your days become WILDLY productive? And so you create a life you adore?

One of the absolute best ways I know of is learning how to wake up early. Get this one habit right and you’ll achieve more in one day than most people get done in one month.

FACT: From 5 am to 8 am are “The Golden Hours” that the most successful achievers in the world use to set up their days for success. The way you begin your day really does determine how you live your day.

These 3 hours are the hours of least distraction in your day. And when your energy is at its peak.

So in response to the thousands of requests, I took the time to shoot a new training video that shares the next piece of my formula for extreme achievement. It will teach you exactly how to get up early.

Follow the steps I share and you’ll be getting up early within a few days (so you can achieve important things).

Watch the “How to Get Up Early” video now

May it serve your productivity and success beautifully.

Welcome to The 5 am Club :)

You now have two pieces of my formula for extreme achievement. Watch your inbox next week for my next video which will share the third piece of the formula…

…this next video will share the number #1 solution to the number #1 obstacle people around the world have told me is blocking them from the massive success they know they deserve.

Now is your time to shine. I’m here to help and with this formula for extreme achievement I’ve been sharing with you, your life is about to rise to a completely new level of WOW!

Wishing you all green lights!

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How to Achieve Your Biggest Goals

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

By Robin Sharma
Author of the #1 International Bestseller “The Leader Who Had No Title”

On a recent trip to New York City to attend a conference (not to speak, but to learn), I recorded a video that will really help you achieve your biggest and most meaningful goals.

I think it’s one of the most important videos I’ve ever done. (By the way, it’s 15 mins long: it will be the best 15 mins you’ve spent in a long time.)

It’s not edited…. just me speaking from the heart….

…Extreme achievement in any area of your life isn’t about getting lucky. It’s about running a specific formula.

In this video I share a key piece of the formula that I’ve personally used to experience exceptional results.

Watch the video so you see big improvements today

My obsession is to help you fly. To take back your power and create a life you adore.

Your life will be better for it. And so will our world.

You can do this. You can change the game. You can become one of the GREAT ONES.

In a few days I’ll be posting another video that shares the next piece of my formula for extreme achievement. It’s all about how to get up early so each of your days are world class.

My best wishes,

P.S. If you feel stuck or even if you’re successful but want to reach the next level, today’s video is key to watch

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