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📒Spiritual Entrepreneurs ✍ Mike Slaughter
✏Spiritual Entrepreneurs Book Summary : Spiritual Entrepreneurs tells the story of an innovative pastor and leadership team who intentionally led their church to take spiritual risks. By using six principles, renewal can come to any church. These six principles are focus on: (1) Jesus Christ, (2) the Bible, (3) new forms of worship, (4) a commitment to membership, (5) equipping lay people for ministry, and (6) spiritual leadership. Slaughter belives that church leaders are inspired to work tirelessly when they hear or learn of good-news stories. He also believes that covenants, Christianity training, and an innovative small-group structure are vital in producing high-commitment members.
📒The Spiritual Entrepreneur ✍ Marc Baco
✏The Spiritual Entrepreneur Book Summary : Achieving balance between spiritual practice and the business world is a great challenge – for those who try, it may sometimes feel like attempting to mix oil and water. The Spiritual Entrepreneur by Marc Baco explores Laws of Spirituality and their implications as they relate to business. This book examines by means of four case studies how selected entrepreneurs have built their thriving businesses in accordance with their own spiritual paths. Insights and inspiration are provided for those who wish do the same.
📒The Spiritual Entrepreneur S Abc S ✍ Everett L Courtney
✏The Spiritual Entrepreneur s ABC s Book Summary : The Spiritual Entrepreneur's ABCs is written for anyone who wants to enter the exciting life of an independent businessperson. Starting as a boy with all the early disadvantages of an at-risk childhood, Everett Courtney has made, lost and regained fortunes at various ventures during his career. Finally finding the ethical and moral path to success, the author now shares his oftentimes wild experiences along with the deep spiritual insights gained from both his failures and successes. This is the book for those interested in finding a wholesome and fulfilling life as a true business adventurer.
📒The Way Of The Spiritual Entrepreneur ✍ Pauline Nguyen
✏The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur Book Summary : Every business leader and entrepreneur should strive for success as well as deep fulfilment and happiness. Few, however, if they are being honest, actually achieve their goals. This causes great disappointment and disillusionment. Many decide they must make a choice between these seemingly opposing states. Is it even possible to be spiritual, incredibly happy and fulfilled and wealthy - all at the same time? Entrepreneur Pauline Nguyen has achieved this in The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur, her path to transform your life from existence and struggle to peace, harmony, joy, fulfilment and lasting happiness, without sacrificing your business, your relationships or your health. Entrepreneurs live in the real world where 'happiness' alone won't cut it. 'Calm courage' is what must also be cultivated in order to overcome the natural vicissitudes of life. The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur provides the tools and strategies you need to become fearless, stress free and unshakable - in business and in life. Through its unique combination of science and spirituality, this powerful book provides seven secrets to give you the competitive edge and the unfair advantage in your daily life - and to discover the source of your own confidence, inspiration and fulfilment. The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur is about getting good at Life. The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur is the proud winner for Best Entrepreneurship and Small Business Book of the Year at the Australian Business Book Awards.
📒Spiritual Entrepreneurship ✍ Lysandro Inacio
✏Spiritual Entrepreneurship Book Summary : Cast the net on the right side Two thousand years ago some experienced fishermen stepped into a boat for a catch. They had the right tools, knowledge and expertise to be successful. They spend an entire night at sea, but their net remained empty. Confused discouraged and disappointed they returned to shore. As they neared the shore they were given an instruction by a man in the distance. The instruction was simple yet very profound. The man instructed them to try again, but this time cast the net on the right side. As experienced fishermen, they had all the reasons to question this instruction but with new hope they returned to sea. They casted their net with faith and returned to shore with a catch. The journey to success in entrepreneurship doesn't always advance as planned and failure, deception and doubt are not uncommon. Many books have been written about best practices and strategies to accelerate success in entrepreneurship. Nevertheless, these best practices and strategies cannot prepare you for the ambiguous trials, tribulations and obstacles that will occur. These challenging moments don't require application of such theories but rather the right traits of character along with hope and faith. This book will investigate the spiritual aspects of entrepreneurship and give you a whole new perspective on this topic. I trust that after reading this book you also will cast your net on the right side. Lysandro Inacio has dedicated the last years of his entrepreneurial career sharing his testimonies about how he evolved from a loyal employee into an entrepreneur driven by faith. He has mentored and coached many aspiring entrepreneurs to pursue their purpose in entrepreneurship with faith rather than optimism. His experiences during his entrepreneurial career have shaped his faith and increased his understanding about God's principles for entrepreneurship.
📒Share Your Powerful Message ✍ Camilla Kristiansen
✏Share Your Powerful Message Book Summary : This book is for you, the spiritual entrepreneur who has a powerful message you want to share with the world. You are scared of letting it out and don't trust that you can make money doing what you love and feel called to. This book will kill those fears and give you fuel to share your message and be you. The world needs you so you better show up!
📒I Can Do That ✍ Walter Johnson, 3rd
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📒Science Vs Religion ✍ Elaine Howard Ecklund
✏Science vs Religion Book Summary : That the longstanding antagonism between science and religion is irreconcilable has been taken for granted. And in the wake of recent controversies over teaching intelligent design and the ethics of stem-cell research, the divide seems as unbridgeable as ever. In Science vs. Religion, Elaine Howard Ecklund investigates this unexamined assumption in the first systematic study of what scientists actually think and feel about religion. In the course of her research, Ecklund surveyed nearly 1,700 scientists and interviewed 275 of them. She finds that most of what we believe about the faith lives of elite scientists is wrong. Nearly 50 percent of them are religious. Many others are what she calls "spiritual entrepreneurs," seeking creative ways to work with the tensions between science and faith outside the constraints of traditional religion. The book centers around vivid portraits of 10 representative men and women working in the natural and social sciences at top American research universities. Ecklund's respondents run the gamut from Margaret, a chemist who teaches a Sunday-school class, to Arik, a physicist who chose not to believe in God well before he decided to become a scientist. Only a small minority are actively hostile to religion. Ecklund reveals how scientists-believers and skeptics alike-are struggling to engage the increasing number of religious students in their classrooms and argues that many scientists are searching for "boundary pioneers" to cross the picket lines separating science and religion. With broad implications for education, science funding, and the thorny ethical questions surrounding stem-cell research, cloning, and other cutting-edge scientific endeavors, Science vs. Religion brings a welcome dose of reality to the science and religion debates.
📒Spiritual Leadership In The Entrepreneurial Business ✍ Mario Fernando
✏Spiritual Leadership in the Entrepreneurial Business Book Summary : In this well informed, insightful and comprehensive study, Mario Fernando critically explores the complex and multiform interplay of management theory and practice, personal biographies, theologies of faith and cultural dynamics in order to elaborate and advance a coherent theory of spiritual leadership. George Gotsis and Zoe Kortezi, Entrepreneurship and Innovation In this example of science and theory meeting emerging reality, Mario Fernando delves into the complex dimensions of the interplay of the science of management, theologies of faith, and the dynamics of culture to first understand and then construct and advance a theory of spiritual leadership. With real world insights and reflections from himself and others, he addresses theory to practice implications and cautions against creating just another fad. This insightful and thought-provoking book provides a timely read and focus for reflection for organizational leaders concerned with success in the new age economy and global society, and who seek a path to understand their own personal and pragmatic spiritual leadership grounding. Gary D. Geroy, Colorado State University, US The book will be an important contribution to the literature and will certainly open up some new avenues of research and inquiry. Ralph L. Piedmont, Loyola College in Maryland, US Although interest in workplace spirituality continues to soar, the literature and empirical research on non-Western, non-Christian spirituality in entrepreneurship and leadership is almost non-existent. Mario Fernando s unique study fills the gap in the literature, exploring cross-cultural and religious distinctions of the contemporary meaning and enactment of spirituality in organizations. Case studies of thirteen influential, spiritually motivated Buddhist, Hindu, Christian and Muslim entrepreneurs are used to explore the significant impact of religion upon the management and leadership of an organization. The book concludes that although each entrepreneur s outward practice of spiritual leadership conformed to personal religious beliefs, these practices had two common aims: a connection with self, others and/or an ultimate reality, and a need to direct and motivate self and/or others to develop an organizational culture founded on a sense of shared community. This unique and fascinating work will strongly appeal to entrepreneurship, leadership and business and management researchers and scholars with a particular interest in the interplay between entrepreneurship and spiritual leadership.
📒Spiritual Marketplace ✍ Wade Clark Roof
✏Spiritual Marketplace Book Summary : In large chain bookstores the "religion" section is gone and in its place is an expanding number of topics including angels, Sufism, journey, recovery, meditation, magic, inspiration, Judaica, astrology, gurus, Bible, prophesy, evangelicalism, Mary, Buddhism, Catholicism, and esoterica. As Wade Clark Roof notes, such changes over the last two decades reflect a shift away from religion as traditionally understood to more diverse and creative approaches. But what does this splintering of the religious perspective say about Americans? Have we become more interested in spiritual concerns or have we become lost among trends? Do we value personal spirituality over traditional religion and no longer see ourselves united in a larger community of faith? Roof first credited this religious diversity to the baby boomers in his bestselling A Generation of Seekers (1993). He returns to interview many of these people, now in mid-life, to reveal a generation with a unique set of spiritual values--a generation that has altered our historic interpretations of religious beliefs, practices, and symbols, and perhaps even our understanding of the sacred itself. The quest culture created by the baby boomers has generated a "marketplace" of new spiritual beliefs and practices and of revisited traditions. As Roof shows, some Americans are exploring faiths and spiritual disciplines for the first time; others are rediscovering their lost traditions; others are drawn to small groups and alternative communities; and still others create their own mix of values and metaphysical beliefs. Spiritual Marketplace charts the emergence of five subcultures: dogmatists, born-again Christians, mainstream believers, metaphysical believers and seekers, and secularists. Drawing on surveys and in-depth interviews for over a decade, Roof reports on the religious and spiritual styles, family patterns, and moral vision and values for each of these subcultures. The result is an innovative, engaging approach to understanding how religious life is being reshaped as we move into the next century.