Create a Life of Abundance and Bliss
Read Meditating Entrepreneurs and discover that you have what it takes to build a business, make money, and grow spiritually at the same time.
Don’t give up your peace of mind to start a business!
- Being spiritual doesn’t mean being poor.
- Starting and running a business doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
- Don’t sacrifice your values, your sense of well-being, and your spiritual progress for material gain.
From Author, Hal Goldstein:
I know what it’s like . . .
I started and ran a magazine publishing business from 1985 to 2011 that today publishes iPhone Life magazine. My story and 14 others are featured in Meditating Entrepreneurs — Creating Success from the Stillness Within.
Fifteen TM meditators tell their empowering stories
of moving to rural Iowa for enlightenment and world peace and creating extraordinary businesses.
Learn how they started from nothing in the middle of nowhere and created a life of bliss and abundance.
What Readers Say:
I thoroughly enjoyed this fun, educational, and uplifting book from cover to cover. Individuals, businesses, and schools have much to learn from these real-life pioneers and business warriors.
Wayne Pakulis, Massage Therapist
Wonderful book – I enjoyed every page. Please write a sequel.
Norla Mylett, Book Indexer
Elsewhere, authors share how they did this thing, and now everything is rosy. In your book, I got to follow actual ups and downs.
Nancy West, Aspiring Entrepreneur
Hal Goldstein has transformed his powerful, popular business school course, “The Successful Entrepreneur” into a must-read book for aspiring entrepreneurs. The reader can’t help but assimilate that inner peace and outer abundance go hand-in-hand, and that anything is possible when starting with the stillness experienced from the daily practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique.
Vicki Alexander Herriot, Dean of Faculty, Chair Department of Management, Maharishi University of Management
What unbelievable inspiring stories.
Erasmia Lois, Ph.D. Nuclear Engineering
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