Cube0017 – New Great Path

Thou Shall Prosper is a business or success book focused on the apparent “success of the Jews” in business, by Rabbi Daniel Lapin.

This section speaks specifically to a three step process of learning that can be applied to most anything.

 

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Starting Questions:

  1. How do you want to grow? How do you want to change? Why have you not already?
  2. How are you learning?
  3. How are you practicing what you have learned?
  4. … what questions came to your mind?
About Jon

Jonathan has a few foci in life: his family, helping people build organizations as a Coach, Adviser, Mentor, or Partner, and learning about success. Actively seeks opportunities to travel, sail, shoot pictures, play music & games, and create art.

Comments

  1. 1.) How do I want to grow? I want to grow on many levels: Spiritually, Mentally, Physically, and Financially. There may be more but for the purposes of responding to this podcast those are the few that come to mind. I go to where i get fed in these areas to grow these areas. For example, my daily practice of prayer and meditation help to grow me closer to the God of my understanding. The more time I spend in fellowship with him the more rooted I feel in my relationships with others. Rabbi Lapin touches on this in the clip of his audio book. Practice. But before I begin practice…I need new information in each of these areas to create a new self and newly created Kimberley. I love information because it has made me into the person I am today…and new information that I gained from listening to this podcast will and has helped create who I will be in the future.
    I want to be wealthy so that I can give it to those that need it or so that I can have time to spend with those that need it. Time is in short supply these days. Time is my most valuable asset. Money is not, and this is not to say I don’t need money. However, most of my time is spent in pursuit of money when what I really want to do is to spend time with animals and people who love animals and spending time with people who have a need for someone with time and lots of money.
    I am in hot pursuit of this dream one day at a time, but I would say fear of failure holds me back.

    2.) I am learning by aligning myself with professionals who are knowledgeable in their careers like an attorney, accountant, webmaster..I am slowly building my empire over time but I am not where I use to be and I am not where I want to be and I can see progress each and everyday.

    3.) I take a new concept and incorporate the practice of this concept into my daily practice of doing business. I am learning that applying systems and fine tuning them over time making them more efficient is a very effective tool in managing my time day to day. I can juggle a lot more on my plate now because I have systems in place to do this.

    4.)How do you generate large amts of capital in short periods of time?
    I thought we are having a discussion. Doesn’t this usually mean a dialogue between one or more people? I have been putting a lot of thought into these questions and I am wondering is there anybody out there? Hello…….Hello

  2. HELLLLLLOOOOOO!

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