35 Most Inspiring Robin Sharma Quotes About Life & Success

Get the most famous and inspiring Robin Sharma quotes on life, leadership and success and we are sure that his words won’t fail to motivate you as well.

“We are all here for some special reason. Stop being a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future.” ― Robin S. Sharma.

He’s the author of one of the most celebrated books of recent times – “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” – yeah, we’re talking about none other than Robin Sharma.

A litigation lawyer by profession, he is considered to be one of the top 5 Leadership Experts in the world as well as an internationally acclaimed bestselling author who has written a series of spiritual and motivational books including ‘The Leader Who Had No Title’, ‘Who Will Cry When You Die?‘, ‘The Saint, The Surfer, and The CEO, and most recently, ‘The 5 AM Club’.

His words have helped people across the globe to steer through their problems, achieving self-growth and enhancing their personalities.

Robin Sharma quotes:

1. Give out what you most want to come back.


2. Your “I CAN” is more important than your IQ.


3. Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.


4. You can’t make someone feel good about themselves until you feel good about yourself.


5. Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. it will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you.


6. The smallest of actions is always better than the noblest of intentions.


7. Change is hardest at the beginning, messiest in the middle and best at the end.


8. What the society thinks is of no interest to me. All that’s important is how I see myself. I know who who I am. I know the value of my work.


9. I once read that people who study others are wise but those who study themselves are enlightened.


10. If your life is worth thinking about,it is worth writing about.


11. Sometimes success isn’t about making the right decision, it’s more about making some decision.


12. Never regret your past. Rather, embrace it as the teacher that it is.


13. Worry drains the mind of its power and, sooner or later, it injures the soul.


14. What gets measured gets improved.


15. Would you rather live your life according to the approval of others or aligned with your truth and your dreams?


16. Success on the outside means nothing unless you also have success within.


17. Victims recite problems, leaders provide solutions.


18. For your life to be great, your faith must be bigger than your fear.


19. Ancient Rule of Twenty-one: if you do anything for twenty-one days in a row, it will be installed as a habit.


20. Awareness precedes choice and choice precedes change.


21. Life doesn’t always give you what you ask for, but it always gives you what you need.


22. Life has bigger plans for you than you can possibly know.


23. The mind is like any other muscle in your body. Use it or lose it.


24. The only way to improve tomorrow is to know what you did wrong today.


25. Sustained change only happens when we shift at an emotional rather than logical level.


26. The richest person in the world, I’ve since discovered, isn’t the person who has the most but the one who needs the least.


27. Take excellent care of the front end of your day, and the rest of your day will pretty much take care of itself. Own your morning. Elevate your life.


28. While what you say to others is important, even more important is what you say to yourself.


29. Quality of your thinking determines the quality of your life.


30. Kindness, quite simply, is the rent we must pay for the space we occupy on this planet.


31. The tougher you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you.


32. If you sense your life’s a mess right now, this is simply because your fears are just a little stronger than your faith.


33. You need to remember that your excuses are seducers, your fears are liars and your doubts are thieves.


34. The more powerful a person truly is, the less they need to promote it.


35. It is important to remember that just as our words are our thoughts verbalized, so our deeds are our beliefs actualized.


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