Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Sharma's Workshop

Leadership guru, Robin Sharma, is going to be in town to run a workshop. (Click up the poster to read the details.)

Renee Koh (formerly of MPH and thinking she would have nothing more to do with promoting authors when she left!) sent me this info :
This former litigation lawyer, self-published his first book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari in a copy shop. His first seminar was attended by 23 people - out of which 21 were family members.

From those beginnings, Sharma has become one of the world's leading authors and experts in the field of leadership and success. He is the founder of Sharma Leadership International Inc. (SLI), a respected leadership development consultancy with clients such as Microsoft, Nike, Yale and Harvard University , IBM, FedEx, NASA, BP and General Electric.
Not my kind of thing, but given that Sharma's book was a best-seller in Malaysia, I'm sure some of you will be interested.


Ms Ulat Buku said...

I've read 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' and thought it was quite good. Will probably check this out. Thanks for the details Sharon.

KNizam said...

the book fair is back - http://knizam.com/jom-kita-serbu-pesta-buku-antrabangsa-kl-2009-17-26-april-2009-pwtc/

Drachen said...

Do people still want to listen to American management gurus with the US economy in the pits? (Maybe he's Canadian. I heard him say "aboot" on the radio.)

Anonymous said...

A lot of writers I know don't even _make_ Rm3800 a month.

Anonymous said...

One secret is that every book is a "best seller". The term "best seller" doesn't mean anything, so theoretically every book is a "best seller" :D