Are you playing to win at life? Or are you simply trying not to lose? Life is the one game literally everyone plays — and yet, we don’t always consciously create a strategy that helps us build the future we want.
So how do we play this game? What do we need to know?
About The Video
In this video, Robin Sharma, author of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, shares 6 life lessons that helped him become one of the top 5 leadership experts in the world.
His first tip for designing a world-class life: “Tiny wins are the way to greatness.”
In this 15-minute video, you’ll discover:
- (2:14) — The reason small wins matter more than big accomplishments;
- (5:46) — The behavior you need to maintain and grow long-term success;
- (9:33) — How to channel exactly what you want from the world;
- (13:42) — The ultimate rule of life you need to remember to fulfill your dreams.
Watch the video to find out these powerful, yet sometimes counterintuitive, ideas that will help you create enduring success.
Here’s one more profound teaching from Robin to leave you feeling inspired:
Every single day is an opportunity to get back on course with that needle of your world-class ideals.
What’s your technique to win at life?
Join Robin Sharma's Free Masterclass and learn how to elevate your performance — at work & in life — to superhuman levels
On this Masterclass, you will explore:
✅ Why only having the “right mindset” is never enough to achieve the success you desire. To translate your goals into reality, you also need the right heartset to ignite your motivation and passion.
✅ Join the unconventional “Club” that has now become a worldwide movement. Discover the single biggest secret to getting a leg-up on the competition, and why millions around world swear by it every morning.
✅ Ever feel like you’re just drifting through life? This quick, daily exercise will rapidly bring you the clarity you need to uncover your highest purpose.
✅ The 3-part ritual to prime your brain for genius-level thinking: Follow these steps and unleash a cocktail of powerful molecules in your brain so you can automatically learn faster, think smarter, and perform better.