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Robin Sharma is a Canadian author known for 12 books; including "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (HarperCollins), The Greatness Guide (HarperCollins) and "The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable On Real Success in Business and in Life" (Simon and Schuster). His latest book is "The Secret Letters of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari". Sharma is the founder of Sharma Leadership International, a highly respected global leadership training firm. His books have sold millions of copies in over 65 countries making him one of the world's most widely read authors.
Robin S. Sharma holds two law degrees including a masters of law from Dalhousie Law School in Halifax, Canada.
Robin is the founder of Sharma Leadership International Inc., a global consultancy that helps people in organizations. Clients include Starbucks, The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft, GE, NIKE, FedEx and IBM.
Robin, a former lawyer, he quit his job and self-published a book at a Kinko's copy shop (his mother edited it). Stored 2000 copies in his kitchen. His second book The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari was also originally self-published until former HarperCollins president Ed Carson discovered Robin in a bookstore. The book, and the series that followed, have become one of the world's most successful publishing franchises.
The Secret Letters of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Leadership is not about a title, it's about your results.
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