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Five Minutes on Mondaysis a gold mine of enrichment…It is an easy read with a deep and profound impact.”
Martin Rutte, Chair of the Board, The Centre for Spirituality and the Workplace, Saint Mary's University, co-author ofNew York Timesbusiness best-seller,Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work
“Lurie's wise and wonderful book should grace every karmic capitalist's bookshelf. He reminds us that finding a sense of meaning and purpose in what we do may align us with unimagined success and a profound awakening to who we are.”
Chip Conley, CEO, Joie de Vivre Hotels
“Read Lurie's suggestions to elevate your spirit-then bring that spirit to your work. The promise is; both you and your client will be more fulfilled, more satisfied, and more engaged in your business relationship.”
John King, Senior Partner, CultureSync, and coauthor ofTribal Leadership
“Five Minutes on Mondaysis a book of savvy and surprises. Lurie offers a tasting menu of wisdom, counsel, insight, psychology, and wonderful stories. But be warned, these little servings will last on your palate far longer than the five minutes it takes to consume them.”
Peter Pitzele, Ph.D., author ofOur Fathers' Wells: A Personal Encounter with the Myths of GenesisandScripture Windows: Toward a Practice of Bibliodrama
“Lurie's book is a gem-a must-read for anyone who works at their faith and believes in their work. Business professionals of all kinds and from all religious traditions will find Lurie's light touch and real-world applications helpful as they strive to succeed without selling their soul.”
David W. Miller, Ph.D., Director, Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, and President, The Avodah Institute
Imagine the leaders of one of New York City's top real-estate firms coming together every Monday morning to hear…the moral and spiritual thoughts of a Rabbi.
Imagine them returning, week after week…coming to eagerly anticipate those five minutes as a moment of uncommon peace in the world's most brutally competitive environment.
Wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall? To hear the paths Alan Lurie traced for his listeners, how he helped them bring together their spiritual and business lives, the sacred and the profane? Five Minutes on Mondays compiles these talks for the first time, sharing Lurie's deep and profound inspiration on the challenges we all face-at work, and in life.
Lurie draws on millennia of philosophy, theology, and science to help us answer our deepest questions, comfort our deepest yearnings, and become better people-more connected to each other, and to the Greater Purpose.
• Prosper while keeping your integrity
• Balance faith, honor, and ambition
• Use your workplace as your moral and spiritual “gymnasium”
• Find deeper meaning and purpose in your work
• Face your fears and failures, and keep going
• Gain real respect-and give it
• Live one authentic life-at work, and everywhere else
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Rabbi Alan Lurie has a unique background. He is currently a Managing Director at Grubb & Ellis, a national real estate service firm, following a 25-year career as a licensed architect. He is also a non-denominational ordained Rabbi, teaching, leading prayer services, and writing on issues of faith and religion. This combination of meeting the demands of the business world while attending to the needs of the spirit gives Alan both insight into and access to a diverse community. His wife, Shirona, is a Jewish Cantor, singer, and accomplished songwriter. They live in Rye, New York.
This is an easy read book. I like the way it is written, easy to follow, quick chapters you can read at once and don't leave a thought hanging.Published 5 months ago by Carolina
Still reading and loving this book. Getting another one for my wife to read and then to pass on.Published 8 months ago by Mike-NewBernNC
It is hard to review a book like this fairly, so I will first discuss its contents, and then review the book briefly from two perspectives, one of them laudatory and one of them... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nathan Albright
really good book, it would be hard to just read once a week. Bruce read this book.Published 13 months ago by lisa dennis