Who Will Cry When You Die? - the title of the book itself makes you think layers deep into your heart. We are running in our own races every single day right from the minute we get up from the bed and hence has almost no time to think our job as human beings. We even don't have the time and patience to think about how 'effectively' we are living and are only concentrating on being 'efficient' in this 'competitive' World. We are measuring our success by the amount of money we make, the promotions we get and the number of materialistic things we buy.
We are living our life trying to achieve something we don't really like to show off to some people whom we really like. If those people like you really, they allow yourself to get something that makes you live as yourself. Though I don't say that the materialistic success is not required, I am only asking to not consider those as the real success.
'When you are born the World rejoice while you cry. Live a life in a such a way that when you DIE, the World should cry and you rejoice' - Ancient Sanskrit Saying.
Robin Sharma's book 'Who Will Cry When You Die?' is based on the above lines. Sharma talks about 101 'Life Principles' you need to follow to die peacefully and worth-fully.
About Author Robin Sharma :
Robin Sharma did his post graduation in law and is the author of 11 leadership books. Sharma is also the founder of a consultancy - Sharma Leadership International Inc., that helps build leadership qualities in people in organizations.