Sacred Jewish texts such as the Torah and the Kabbalah have long been considered repositories of some of the greatest wisdom ever assembled. Yet only the smartest and most successful business professionals take advantage of these powerful collections of advice. Using real-world business situations as illustrative examples, this book reveals a 4,000-year-old blueprint for success.
Readers will find practical insights on:
The ancient Jewish writings contain a breadth of knowledge anyone can use, in business and in life. This enlightening and practical guide gives readers the direction they need to make it work for them.
©2008 Levi Brackman; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
If you are biblical grounded and business minded; this book is for you. This is what this world has been missing in the business sector; sound biblical doctrine for business. In a world where we compromise our intergrity, ethics are abused, and we are living in a trillion-dollar debt society; we need to take it back to godly principals concerning our affairs and the way we conduct business. This book teaches you that. It is a must read. A glimmer of light in a dark, dark world.
This book clearly pointed out new things to me and some very important reminders. It is fun and interesting to listen to this book. Above all, the since that the Lord's will is for us to reach our goals of sufficient financial means was clearly conveyed.
I am a fervent follower and admirer of YAHSHUA the Messiah, earnest student of the Torah, and fortunate husband to a distinguished lady.
This is indeed a revelation from YAHWEH Himself. l cherished it very much. I hope
From Fort Worth, Texas. Avid reader. Especially love Hebrew roots!
Yes, certainly. There is so much wisdom in this book.
No comparison, really. Stands alone.
No, but I would want another based on this book.
Many laughter times!
Say something about yourself!
NO, THE WRITING WAS SLOPPY AND READING WAS NOT CLEAR.
MOST LIKELY NOT
IN NO WAY HE RAMBLES A LOT
PERSEVERANCE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PHASE.
In the very beginning Brackman retells a short story about success. He seems to think it is funny and dialectic. This represents a smugness that to this reader's surprise turned out to be a short micro description of his book. His business success is to convince readers that buying his book is wise. I admit I thought eating this fish would provide wisdom. The book worked so let me pass on the wisdom. Don't waste your money or your time.
Very informative and motivating
The life stories or case studies used to portray his points
No, this is my first one
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