The world famous and number 1 best selling author Robin Sharma shares his views on how you should use your ‘free’ commute time and make it more productive.
Robin sharma is best known for his best seller books The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The 5 AM Club, Who Will Cry When You Die and others. Sharma is also considered to be one of the top 5 Leadership Experts.
Acording to Sharma, This is how you shoud use your free commute time
If you commute to the office for thirty minutes each way every day, after one year you will have spent the equivalent of six weeks of eight-hour days in your car.
Given this, can you really afford to spend all your time staring out the window and daydreaming while the negative news blares from the car radio?
So many of the highly successful and enlightened people share a common habit: they listen to audiocassettes in their cars. In doing so, they transform their driving time into learning time and make their automobiles moving universities. Turning your car into a “college on wheels” will be one of the best investments you will ever make. Rather than arriving at work tired, frustrated and dispirited, listening to educational audio-cassettes will make your commute fun and keep you inspired, focused and alert to the endless opportunities around you. The best way to spot someone truly committed to life improvement is to ask him whether his car radio is working.
The real students of effective living will have no clue because they spend every minute of their driving time listening to audio tapes. As Robin says, “I cannot tell you how many times I have gone to get into the passenger seat of the car of a successful and fulfilled person and found a small mountain of tapes occupying the place where I was to sit”.
Most of the latest books can now be found on audiocassette along with many of the best motivational programs and life leadership systems. Personally, I try to listen to at least five new tapes a month ranging from the latest business bestsellers to programs on time management, creativity, positive thinking, physical well-being and spiritual satisfaction.
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