Julian Mantle è un avvocato di grido, potente, ammirato, ma anche incalzato dallo stress, dal bisogno di nuove esperienze e da uno strisciante sentimento di insoddisfazione. Quando un attacco cardiaco lo costringe a fermarsi, la sua vita subisce una svolta: Julian lascia tutto, compresa la sua amata Ferrari, simbolo del suo successo, e parte per l'Himalaya. Quando torna è un altro uomo: vitale, saggio, libero, felice. È un uomo nuovo, che ha scoperto un segreto e che vuole condividerlo col mondo.
- ISBN: 8850214502
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 172
Loved the message, just didn't like the format it was presented in. Felt like the author just had a list of frequently asked questions and set out to answer each and every one of them one by one systematically, so there wasn't much narrative or actual enjoyment in the reading of it. The "story" is e Leggi tutto
I categorized this book under spoofs because it made me laugh so much. I wanted to stop reading it because I found it ridiculous, but I wouldn't feel worthy of panning it here if I hadn't completed it and the joy of sharing my take on this book kept me turning pages and dog-earring quotable pages. Fi Leggi tutto
"The monk who sold his Ferrari" can be called as life-changing novel! These kind of novels add essence to your life and gives you direction specially in the hard times. It gives you the answer to the questions like What is the purpose of life? How we can attain happiness and satisfaction? etc.. Nothin Leggi tutto
I am not a fan of personal development books written by so called motivational writers. I prefer writers that have previously done something with their life. However, I received this as a gift from my best friend and I was feeling a little bit under the weather so I felt that some motivation was wel Leggi tutto
قراءة : حاتم عنوان لافت للنظر يختصر قصة محامي ناجح يسقط ارضا اثر ازمة قلبية في جلسة مرافعة. في آخر الأيام تبدلت أحوال جوليان مانتل إلى ذلك الشخص الذي يطنب لساعات في قاعة المحكمة دون أن يستطيع أن يغير من مسار قضية موكله شيئا !. لقد كان محاميا لامعا يملك كل ما يتمناه أي شخص , يلبس بذلات ايطالية لا يقل Leggi tutto
Now I rarely read a book and stopped halfway. Unless if it's really really boring. Such as this one. And it wasn't supposed to be boring. Because it's a fable. But I didn't get anything out of it.So halfway reading, I skim through the rest. I have the habit of joting down verses/nice words from my readin Leggi tutto
I don't know about this. I started it about 10 times and dropped it like it's hot NOT. Maybe I need to get in the proper mood for this. And the overflowing cup metaphor? How many times has this frakking Chinese legend been retold? 50 times? 1000 times? It's nice to think about the first couple hundr Leggi tutto
The first time I read this book I just loved it. I read it at the time when I was asking myself questions regarding 'What to do with my life?'. I found the book very energizing, giving me a lot of inspiration and motivation to go on and many answers to my questions. When I read the book the second t Leggi tutto
لطالما سمعتً عن هذا الكتاب ، لكن أملي خاب فيه بشدة لدى قراءته . أفكار الكتاب ضحلة للغاية و ممجوجة حقاً . هنا أودّ أن أطرح سؤالاً عذبني طيلة فترة القراءة : ما مشكلة الناس مع العبادة ؟! أعني حقاً لم يعانون من كل هذا الخواء الروحي المرعب ؟ أعلم أنني هنا لستُ بصدد بيان ميزات الدين الإسلامي ، فأنا جاهلة Leggi tutto
If I could take back all the hours I spent on reading this crap, I would. To say I hated it would be an understatement. Oh, it changed my life indeed, after all, it almost turned me into a homicidal maniac. And I still don't get the fucking point of the book. Also, who the fuck sells their Ferrari?
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