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ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK:
Our attitude is the perspective with which we make all of our decisions in life. According to our attitude, we choose the activities we want to do, measure our energy levels and react to different situations. Therefore, it is logical to conclude that our attitude is essential if we want to lead a full life. The good news is that we can get full control of our attitude to stay enthusiastic and full of energy. That is the goal of the tips and methods presented in this book.
Let's stop giving excuses and postponing what is really important. Nothing should obstruct our path in the search to improve our health in the three most relevant areas: mind, body and spirit. Let's take this as our starting point to perform an internal replenishment that balances us in these three areas. This guide is for those who are immersed in their work world, but who want to transform themselves to find personal improvement that stabilizes their lives.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari was published in 1997 and has already become a classic in this area. It relates the story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer who manages to find enlightenment and healing to achieve a happier and more rewarding existence. The anecdote is full of advice that Julian gave his former colleague John, although in reality they are intended for the reader to draw a parallel between their own story and that of the character, thus making it easier to exemplify a change of life. The advice is based on the teachings of the Sages of Sivana and their seven virtues, which Julian learns when he decides to seek wisdom in the Himalayan Mountains after his health declines.