“Rabbi Daniel Lapin’s wisdom has helped untold numbers of people, including me, grow in our business, family, and spiritual lives. In Thou Shall Prosper, Rabbi . 14 quotes from Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money: ‘You dramatically increase your value to others if you always maintain a calm and p. In “Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money”, Rabbi Daniel Lapin offers a practical approach to creating wealth based on the established.

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Taking what lies in these pages to heart, I would rest assured that future generations would thrive. This book is for anyone who wants to understand what someone means when they say they are a Capitalist, which will fly in the face of the commonly held view that Capitalism is about the strong taking from the weak. Rabbi Lapin goes further explaining how his Jewish culture encourages both activities and ways of sha,l that tend to lead papin prosperity. Thpu book is PACKED with truths that will affect every area of your life, not just in regard to making money, though that is the overarching theme.

The more service you offer others, the more wealth you will earn. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The book reading was very slow because of the type and content. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Often Christians are conflicted about getting paid for working in their area of giftedness Thou Shall Prosper came highly recommended by a friend. The author draws on Biblical passages to explain the origins of various Jewish practices, and combines these with everyday examples of people who have successfully used them in business.

The first prisper of the book is worth the price and the concepts therein should be taught and affirmed in every learning institution.

On the contrary, this book, while appearing to be a text on finances, is written in a very engaging and conversational manner, with just the right touch of humor injected.


The first quarter of the book is worth the price and the concepts therein should be taught and affirmed in every learning institution.

For example, I now look at other people’s wealth as a measurement of how much they have blessed other people. As a Christian, many of the lessons sounded familiar, and yet I found the approach totally refreshing.

Ten Commandments for Making Money. Happy to see validation for many of the beliefs I hold true. I especially related to the Never Retire chapter and whole heartedly agree with the Bu belief that one should not retire. It is certainly a valuable addition to my bookshelf and may well turn up in the odd Christmas stocking. One would be hard-pressed to name what, exactly, the sitcom fathers of that family-centered television era actually did, but the understanding was that they were wise, family-oriented, and earning a living in some sort of respectable business.

The primary premise of this book is that making money is moral. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Not making excuses for those who are poor. You don’t need to be Jewish to appreciate it. In conclusion, this is a source of wisdom which I can highly recommend.

Ewing character just keeps coming back to life. In Thou Shall ProsperLapin offers a practical approach to creating wealth based on the established principles of ancient Jewish wisdom.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Because of this supposed prohibition, the Jews of the medieval era went into moneylending as the only way open to them to survive. In addition, each chapter highlights specific action steps that can lead to wealth opportunities in both difficult economic times and periods of prosperity.

Lapin challenges ten ideas that many people seem to hold. Clearly written and very interesting. There’s no better source for both practical and spiritual financial wisdom than the time-tested knowledge found in the ancient Jewish faith and its culture.

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This is my second reread of the book, and my life has utterly changed since the first read; embarking on a new phase of my career, I am now ready to implement even more of these teachings and I can only see the blue skies ahead now! Know Your Money 9. Lapin cites two examples: Learn to Foretell the Future 8. A good read for any business professional and certainly for CEOs. Lapin points out that the shaall idea of retirement erodes the quality of perseverance.


I found the book a little repetitive though. Prosperity must have a purpose and Rabbi Lapin explores the wellsprings prosprr the Judeo-Christian heritage to elucidate those purposes. Or, are you planning on working at some point in your thuo I know this is something I heard many times as I was growing up. It’s not just a stereotype that Jewish people often have good business sense, Rabbi Lapin explains lapn many of the concepts he is presenting in this book are things that someone who is Jewish has likely learned, and he’s teaching the rest of us.

Lapin cites examples of several well-known business professionals who also contribute substantial amounts to charitable causes.

Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money by Daniel Lapin

On the small screen, Dallas may be dead but the J. Why, then, do many business professionals feel as if they are tthou a morally questionable act when they build businesses that look after their families, stimulate the economy, create jobs and spread prosperity to greater and greater numbers of people? If business people believe deep down that their acts are immoral per se, committing acts that are actually immoral i.

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