Biblical perspective on dating
I didn’t have any formal business training other than a basic course in accounting and finance. For years, I studied debates among rabbinical scholars on various topics. One of the most difficult parts of running a business is dealing with employee issues.
Nothing was taken for granted – all arguments were considered and debated. Employees can be demanding: raises, time off, expenses, conflicts and more.
Don’t cheat your customers, even if they don’t know about it. Do you keep the funds that were mistakenly given you or do you give it back? The Sages say, “Know what is above you: An eye that sees” (Ethics of the Fathers, 2:1).
Flight delays, lost luggage, noisy rooms, housekeeping issues and more.I sold the balance of my interest in in 2003 and after a five year non-compete launched Recently during our weekly Friday night dinner discussion, I mentioned that is growing and profitable and reached some new milestones. “I owe all of my business success to you and Dad for sending me to a Jewish Day School for 12 years.The Talmud discusses the questions one is asked in the heavenly court at the end of one’s life (Shabbat 31a).The first question asked is: Were you honest in your business dealings?