I take the roads less traveled to explore – Robin Sharma


If you are at a point where you are wondering if to take the risk and go for it OR take the easy part, this quote will help inspire you to go for it.

Be courageous to take the risk.

Choose the path where you are not given any guarantees. If you refuse to seek difference you will be unable to possess the knowledge which others fail to possess because they took the vow to accept only those things that are enforced on them in the form of assurance and guarantees.

Don’t get satisfied with your life too easily with the crowd, strive for the crown. The journey of your life will give you what you seek for, only when you seek it in a different way than the others do. And consider yourself immensely responsible to help people find the paths less explored.

Life is so conflicted and diverged that one will always find something new if one seeks it. If there isn’t any there is an option to create it. And that’s the best part. This Robin Sharma quote is so apt.

Compose yourself with the changes you regret, gather the knowledge you got from the experiences, converge your thoughts on the question you asked yourself and escape all the boundaries. Wander alone and examine life. Wandering will finally give you the purpose of life.

Robin Sharma motivates us to explore with:

“I take the roads less traveled to explore.”


Apply the below technique to change your mindset and program your mind to always know deeply that you have a outlook!

REFLECT:  on a where are you going in life? Are you at a fork and looking to decide which path to take?

RESPOND: Are you staying in your comfort zone and taking the easy way out OR ready to step out and take the challenges?

INTEGRATE: Any time in future, if things worry you or you are anxious, remember this affirmation & how you can take the road less traveled and find your path.

Repeating a affirmation every day can do wonders. TRY IT!

We hope you rewrite your day into a positive one with a Daily Affirmation/s.

AFFIRM IT if you agree, and REPEAT this affirmation daily, during the day, every day that “I take the road less traveled to explore & find my Path!

INTEGRATE:  Remember this “Positive Thinking” exercise and it will help you practice being Positive, believing in yourself and going for it.


I take the roads less traveled to explore!”

Robin Sharma – Read TOP 100 Quotes by Robin Sharma

About the Author of Quote: Robin Sharma is a Canadian inspirational writer, best known for his The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book series.

Sharma worked as a lawyer until age 25, when he self-published MegaLiving (1994), a book on stress management and spirituality. Sharma has published 12 other books, and founded the training company Sharma Leadership International. 

He has written many popular books:

5 AM Club, The: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life.

The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life

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