Product details:

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

ISBN: 9780008312879

Format: Paperback

Weight: 420 g

About the Author:

Robin Sharma is a globally respected humanitarian who, for over a quarter of a century, has been devoted to helping human beings realize their native gifts. Widely considered one of the top leadership and personal mastery experts in the world, his clients include famed billionaires, iconic professional athletes, and many Fortune 100 companies. The author’s #1 bestsellers such as The 5AM Club, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The Leader Who Had No Title and The Greatness Guide have sold millions of copies in over 92 languages and dialects, making him one of the most widely read writers alive.

Shobana’s Note:

A paragraph on page 219 of the book says this.

What makes a fabulous wine so fantastic is the terroir – the environment the vines are raised in. Elements of a terroir include climate, soil, terrain, and farming practices. Similarly, your mind has its own terroir – the surroundings that shape each thought you produce. A negative environment breeds degraded thinking. A pristine terroir promotes positive thoughts. So, choose yours well. Please.

The paragraph above outlines what it takes to fashion life at its best, and as detailed in the highly evocative, The Everyday Hero Manifesto, you will see how the truth of the statement above revolves around the real lives of luminaries who have made a difference in the world.

Reading the book was an incredible experience for me. I came off a lot more knowledgeable, wiser, and braver to face any unforeseen circumstantial occurrences that come my way. It is a book that will speak to you on a personal level, masterfully crafted to touch the sensibilities of the everyday hero in you.

Robin has created something sensational I should say by writing this book, and the lesson I learned the most is that even at the peak of one’s prime or time, misfortunes and the stumbles of life stands at the behest. It is a call to awareness of how fragile life is and as Robin says, life is a short ride.

I would recommend this meditative read to everyone. It is a definite guide on how to get past hurdles and setbacks and create a monumental experience as you journey through life.

The End.

Review posted on Amazon.


  1. Dear mam,
    Greetings from Darjeeling, India.

    I hope all is well by your side?
    Just when I was hunting for a review regarding “The Everyday Hero Manifesto” I fell on your blog.
    What an incredible review, I have been following Robin sir since his 5AC (5 am club) book and I cannot explain in words how crazy a fan I have become of his since then.

    Thank you for providing this terroir for me Shobana mam, I will get a copy of mine right away.
    Also, mam I have a small request to make here-could you please tell Robin Sharma sir (next time you are in touch with him) that I even from a tiny place which is not much known to the world, there are crazy fans like me?

    With love and Gratitude,
    Parash Chettri.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hi Parash, Thanks so much for reading and commenting on the review. I am a great fan of Robin’s too. I am glad you liked the review. You can always send your comment to him on his social media handles like Instagram or Facebook. I am sure he will be happier hearing it firsthand from you.

      Darjeeling, India sounds like a fascinating place. Thank you, once again – shobana


    • Hi Terveen, haha. Well, I wouldn’t have known about him if I had not picked out a book by him in India, Who will cry when you die. Then again, he does send me his promotional materials, and writes a note every now and then. His books are really inspirational. Try to get this book. it is really good – shobana

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