Robin Sharma is a Canadian writer, he is best known for his book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”, which was picked up for wider distribution by Harper Collins. He is also known for his inspirational quotes –
We are all here for some special reason. Stop being a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future.”
Robin Sharma was born on Tuesday, 16 June 1964 (age 52 years; as of 2021) in Uganda, a country in East Africa. His hometown is Winnipeg in Manitoba Canada. When Robin was one year old, his family moved to Canada According to Robin Sharma, he grew up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, a small town on the East Coast of Canada.
In his school days, he used to take part in various concerts.
Robin did LLB and LLM degrees from Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Canada.  LinkedIn After completing his studies, Robin worked as a litigation lawyer. At the age of 25, he gave up his law practice, and he self-published Mega Living (1994), a book on stress management and spirituality. Robin Sharma is considered one of the most popular leadership experts in the world.  Robin Sharma “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” is his best-known book, a self-published book, that was later picked by Harper Collins for wider distribution.
Later, he published 12 more books, and he founded a training company, “Sharma Leadership International”, which is a training firm that helps people grow in organizations. He founded “The Robin Sharma Foundation for Children (RSDC),” a registered charitable foundation, that raises funds from around the world and donates them to the children’s causes LinkedIn
Height (approx.): 5′ 10″
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Bald
Robin Sharma belongs to a Kashmiri Pandit family.
Parents & Siblings
Robin Sharma’s father, Shiv Sharma, is a physician, and his mother, Shashi Sharma, is a teacher.
He has a younger brother, Sanjay a well-known eye surgeon in Canada.
Wife & Children
Robin Sharma was married to Alka Sharma, they later got separated in 1998. His son Colby (1993) and daughter Bianca (1995) both live with him. His son Colby published his first book “The Curveball” on 14 October 2020, which is a story of grit, adversity, and winning the game of Life.
Before joining the Government of Canada as a litigation lawyer, Robin worked at the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia as a judicial clerk. Robin’s desire to write made him write his first book “Megaliving: 30 Days to a Perfect Life” in 1994, edited by his mother, and it was published in 1995; however, it wasn’t a success. Instead of the failure of his first book, he did not give up, and he went on to write his second book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari,” which became an international bestseller by selling copies of around three million; the book was translated into 51 more languages. The Famous People
Apart from being an acclaimed author, Robin Sharma is also an accomplished public speaker, and he enjoys a huge following worldwide. Robin Sharma is one of the world’s premier speakers on leadership and personal mastery. He is considered to be a world-class speaker and expert on leadership principles. He was invited to speak at many organizations including PwC, FedEx, Oracle, HP, Nike, Microsoft, GE, Titan Summit, and even NASA.  Robin Sharma
His public speaking includes a variety of things, from leadership skills to staying positive in every walk of life.
When it comes to inspiring people, Robin Sharma often tries to work at the ground level and interact with common people to understand their lifestyles and other things.
He is the founder of “The Robin Sharma Foundation for Children (RSDC)” a registered charitable foundation. The Foundation raises funds from around the world and donates them to children’s causes. LinkedIn
Robin Sharma founded a global learning firm, Sharma Leadership firm in 1999. The main focus of this firm is to help people in the organizations by teaching them about the effective methods of transformation in personal as well as professional growth.  LinkedIn
Robin Sharma is also the co-founder of 960vets.com, an innovative online support resource that helps U.S. military veterans successfully reintegrate into civilian life.
Awards & Achievements
- In 2009, Robin Sharma received The Brand Laureate Brand Personality Award.
- In 2011, he was honoured with the Golden Gavel, by Toastmasters International.
- Robin Sharma was ranked sixth on the Global Gurus Top 30 Leadership Professionals list, for 2019.
- In the year 2007, in a study done by “Speaking.com,” he was ranked with Jack Welch, Jim Collins, and Jack Maxwell as one of the gurus globally.
- Movies: Dead Poet’s Society, Life is Beautiful, Gladiator, Scent of a Woman, The Shawshank Redemption, Braveheart, Million Dollar Baby, and The Matrix.
- Books: The Prison Letters by Nelson Mandela, Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach, Think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill, The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius by well, Marcus Aurelius.
- Activities: Travel, Backpacking, Sailing, Skiing, Reading books
- City: San Francisco
- Food: Italian Cuisine (Roman Pasta dish Cacio e Pepe), Indian Cuisine
- Drinks: Coffee, Wine
- Things while travelling: Visiting art galleries, relishing the exquisite meal
- Music: Amar ES Combat
International Bestseller Books
- The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Greatness Guide (1999)
- Leadership Wisdom (1998)
- Who will cry when you die (1999)
- Mega Living (1994)
- Family Wisdom (2000)
- The Greatness Guide 2 (2008)
- Daily Inspiration (2009)
- Discover Your Destiny (2004)
- The Secret Letters (2011)
- In one of his leadership presentations Robin went to Agra, where he visited the Taj Mahal; he found it to be the best part of his life.
- Robin Sharma’s father has always inspired him to follow his dreams and desires. According to Robin, it is all because of his father’s encouragement that he has become a successful author.
- According to Robin, “The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela” is the book that gave him hope and inspiration while he was working on his new book “The Everyday Hero Manifesto.” Robin visited Nelson Mandela’s prison cell on Robben Island in July 2016, and he considers this as his life-changing day.
- His first seminar was attended by 23 people. Twenty-one of them were his family members.
- Every morning Robin has a habit of writing a journal in which he writes all his thoughts. According to Robin, he invests 60 minutes daily in writing something new.
- According to Robin, he buys the same book with different covers and bindings repeatedly.
- Robin was not good at studies, and Robin’s history teacher Cora Greenaway was the one who first noticed his writing skills and encouraged him to follow his passion for writing.
- Robin Sharma considers the Nova scotia trucker’s hat as his lucky one.
- Although Robin is not good at cooking, his passion for cooking led him to join an online cooking course in North Itlay, in which he learned to make pasta. Pomodoro sauce, Sage, and butter sauce.
- Robin Sharma is very active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
- Although Robin is not good at cooking, his passion for cooking led him to join an online cooking course in North Itlay, in which he learned to make pasta. Pomodoro sauce, Sage, and butter sauce.  Instagram