The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma || Book Reviews

The 5 AM Club By Robin Sharma
  • Title: The 5 AM Club
  • Author: Robin Sharma
  • Genre: Non-fiction, Self-help
  • Read of: ISBN 9789387944893
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 314
  • Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Book Experience:

I have been hearing a lot about Robin Sharma as a motivational speaker and professional life coach since I was teenage and after the recommendation decided to read his The 5 AM Club book. Recently, I have completed reading this book. I sense that after schooling, It hasn’t easy and same for me to get up in the morning.

In this book, Robin Sharma commences storytelling with two disheartened, strangers (Entrepreneur and Artist)who meet tycoon at the seminar and after the seminar, he takes them through the journey to live fully and powerfully(mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually), he presents stranger couple to what he has received from his mentor. The author takes the support of story to simplify the understanding of early morning habit. However, much detailing sounds like a fiction book rather than self-help.

In addition to this, the author has explained scientific methodologies to implement victory hour habit. Moreover, the author shares various practical formulas and rule to make life fruitful by being part of The 5 AM Club. They commute across the various countries as Mauritius, India, Italy, Brazil, South Africa. 

I ponder we should read this book at least once in our life and if anyone finds it hefty to read, then I would say should read at least later chapters of the book.

Last but not least, this book comprises huge quotes and sayings from famous personalities. Besides, I have captured some of great lines from this book, which are available at: Book Quotes

If you wish to be part of The 5 AM Club, then join Facebook group named: The 5 AM Club or challenge by Robin Sharma at: Join the Robin Sharma MasterClass for FREE


  1. ShootingStarsMag
    December 31, 2020

    Sounds interesting. I do like a good self-help type of read here and there.

  2. Jeff Fang
    January 1, 2021

    Great post! Motivating me to want to read this book!

  3. Siobhan Gale
    March 5, 2021

    Sounds like an interesting read. Will have to check it out! Thanks for sharing.

  4. JamieAdStories
    August 28, 2021

    I have heard of this speaker. Sounds intriguing.

  5. Lindsay
    August 28, 2021

    I’ve heard of this book before, and despite not reading it yet, I have it on my list of books to read. Maybe this is a sign as if I actually woke up at 5 am before my daughter and husband got up, I would have so much free time and get more stuff done 🙂

  6. readandreviewit
    August 29, 2021

    Great review! This one sounds super interesting for improving the self, thanks for sharing 🙂

  7. Jaya Avendel
    August 29, 2021

    I like your suggestion that perhaps a casual read to get acquainted with the book before really delving into it! The title attracts me straight off. 🙂


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