A New Year’s Message from Robin Sharma – A master and his craft.

Happy 2023! [my personal message]

Dear Shobana, I wanted to wish you and your loved ones the finest year of your life yet, in 2023. 
And may I humbly and sincerely thank you for your faith in my work over this year.

The movement has grown significantly during these past 12 months as people seek—more than ever—to grow their genius, produce top work and lead a life that matters. 
Sure Shobana, the world has many challenges, yet I very much believe it’s also full of beauty, wonder, and deep goodness. Even more importantly, please remember that you carry within you the clear and precious power to make it an even better planet to inhabit.
2023 can be your greatest year yet… 
…by rising early to reclaim your gifts (and getting super fit). 
…by keeping promises made to others and more importantly to yourself. 
…by remaining true to your ideals, values, and mighty mission. 
…by doing your work with grace and excellence and few excuses. 
…by turning trials into triumph and hardship into heroism. 
…by treating everyone you meet with care and kindness. So important. 
…by modeling mastery and being the most decent person in your neighborhood. 

I do hope you spend today with those you love and also make some time to do a careful review of 2022 along with setting your high intentions (in written form) for a legendary 2023. 
You can do this. This will be your year. I’m here to help. 
I’ll leave you with these thoughtful words of James Allen: “Cherish your visions. Cherish your ideals. Cherish the music that stirs in your heart, the beauty that forms in your mind, the loveliness that drapes your purest thoughts. For out of them will grow all delightful conditions, all heavenly environment, of these, if you but remain true to them, your world will, at last, be built.

A New Year’s message from Robin Sharma, humanitarian, my mentor,
and the No.1 best-selling author of Who Will Cry When You Die.

I loved the poem at the end and wanted to share it with you. Have a great year ahead, everyone.

The Nightingale & The Flautist

(an ancient & classical literature from the Goddess of the Himavan)

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Weather Gone Crazy

The weather has gone crazy everywhere. Here in Malaysia, it’s the floods. So many are displaced and suffering. Winter storms in Japan, Canada, US, and snowstorms across Europe are raging right at this moment.

Flights are canceled, people are stranded and I can’t imagine the havoc and destruction these catastrophes have caused the affected.

Someone asked, “where are the homeless,” in one of the chats, I think it was on the US winter storm report, and it is so sad to think of them as some of those who succumbed to the disaster.

And while everyone is thinking about the affected people and the hardships that they are facing, there are those who take the opportunity to spread uncalled-for religious sentiments on the chats. It is purely unnecessary as people just want to be there to discuss the issue itself. Let religion be a personal preference, a conversation between You and your God at the right time. Let it not become a war of words where one religion is thought to be better than the other because some of the conversations on the chats are really nasty and demeaning.

These are horrifying events taking place across the world where people die due to harsh weather conditions, and the rest of us who are not affected would prefer to just watch the video in peace and pray the catastrophes would end without further deaths or destruction.

I hope the weather relents and doesn’t worsen. I wish for everyone to be safe and especially for the ones who are stranded, to reach their homes in safety.


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