Here is List of The Top 200 Secrets of Success and the Pillars of Self-Mastery suggested by Robin S. Sharma who is The Author of the best seller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.
111. Read "The Art of the Leader" by William A. Cohen. It is both inspirational and practical.
112. Develop that elusive quality known as charisma. The following are ten qualities of a
• Be committed to what you are doing.
• Look like a winner and act like one.
• Have big dreams, a vision and reach for the sky.
• Steadily advance in the direction of your goals.
• Prepare and work hard at every task you do.
• Build a mystique around yourself.
• Be interested in others and show kindness.
• Have a strong sense of humour.
• Be known for the strength of your character.
• Have grace under pressure. (John F. Kennedy said that "the elusive half-step between middle management and true leadership is grace under pressure.")
113. In work, love and life, play hard and play fair.
114. Do not talk when you are listening. Interrupting is one of the most common discourtesies.
Listen aggressively with the full scope of your attention. You will be amazed at what you
learn and how your counsel will soon be sought by many.
115. "Anybody can become angry - that is easy; but to be angry with the right person, and to
the right degree, and at the right time, and for the right purpose, and in the right way -
that is not within everybody's power and is not easy." - Aristotle
116. Knowledge is power. People who have achieved great success are not necessarily more
skillful or intelligent than others. What separates them is their burning desire and thirst
for knowledge. The more one knows, the more one achieves. Great leaders have
techniques to allow them to arrive at the top of the mountain. Read the biographies of the
world's leaders and learn from their habits, inspirations and philosophies. Cultivate the
important practice of active role modelling.
117. All the answers to any questions are in print. How to improve as a public speaker, how to
improve your relations with others, how to become fitter or develop a better memory - all
aspects of personal development are dealt with in books. Therefore, in order to achieve
your maximum potential, you must read daily. But, in this age of information, you must
be ruthless in what you consume. Focus on your goals and read only those materials that
will be an asset to you. Do not attempt to read everything for you are busy and have other
tasks at hand. Choose what is important and filter out what is of no value. Begin with a
solid newspaper every morning for an excellent summary of the key events of the day.
Also ensure that your readings are broadly based. For example, perhaps you may wish to
read history, business, Eastern philosophy, health books etc. Then go to the library and
develop the habit of making regular visits. Read the classics from Hemingway to Bram
Stoker. Read history, with all its lessons on life and read biology for a new perspective.
Look under the heading of "success" at the library and you will be amazed at the
literature you will find: inspirational stories of people who developed greatness in the
face of adversity, strategies for improving yourself physically, mentally and spiritually
and texts to tap the unlimited power for success that certainly exists within us. Drink
deeply from such books. Surround yourself with them and read them constantly whether
on the bus each day or before you go to bed. Let them inspire and motivate you.
118. Get into the habit of breakfast meetings. An early meal to touch base with a friend or
business associate is a most pleasant way to start the day and allows you to maintain your
contacts in the face of a busy schedule.
119. If you live in a flat, always ensure that it is very bright and has a swimming pool. A pool
is especially important because it will allow you to exercise no matter how busy your
schedule. There is nothing like a refreshing swim after a long, productive day. You will
feel excellent and sleep like a baby.
120. "Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we
have virtue or excellence, but rather we have those because we have acted rightly. We are
what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit." – Aristotle