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Spirituality in business - An entrepeneurial approach from a humanistic perspective - cover

Spirituality in business - An entrepeneurial approach from a humanistic perspective

Jaime Meschoulam

Translator Valeria Le Duc

Publisher: Gratia

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Summary

Some aspects of our daily life are so disparate that it might seem impossible to bring them together. It's like trying to mix water with oil, success with humility, or spirituality with business and money. However, Jaime Meschoulam, a well-known entrepreneur, athlete, and speaker, believes that it's not only possible but also highly desirable to mix business with spirituality. In his book, Spirituality in Business, Jaime shares his family's tradition and various spiritual approaches to demonstrate how this union can be achieved. In today's world, full of challenges as it is, adopting a spiritual approach might be just what anyone involved in  business and, entrepreneurship needs, or indeed anyone seeking to improve their spirituality. Spirituality in Business represents an exciting attempt to reconcile material and productive gain with spiritual themes, such as ethics and honesty. It is an enjoyable read that makes discovering these themes easy—a must-read for anyone looking to enrich their personal and business libraries with contemporary literature.
Available since: 06/11/2024.
Print length: 100 pages.

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