Much time and effort goes into making a living. By working aligned according to the divine ethics and values, work becomes easier and satisfying.
“The best investment you can make is in yourself.”
Many people believe that the concept of a life coach is relatively new. Actually the term “coach”, used in athletics or in business, originated from the concept of a “carriage” or a “coach” which picks up someone and takes him from where he is to where he wants to be! Long before the English word “coach” came into use, the Torah understood the benefits of having a mentor, as it says in Ethics 1;6 “Make for yourself a Rav and acquire for yourself a confidante”
Everyone agrees that to be a great athlete one needs a coach to oversee his progress. It only makes common sense that to be a great human being all the more so!
Rabbi Gartner has helped many people to adjust their perspective about money and business. Instead of fighting the world for your bread, open up the channels of blessings and let your livelihood flow.