Sno Valley Center Center Library

Sno Valley Senior Center Library

Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money

By: Rabbi Daniel Lapin

From Follett Includes bibliographical references (page 345-353) and index.;Introduction to the new edition -- The first commandment : believe in the dignity and morality of business -- The second commandment : extend the network of your connectedness to many people -- The third commandment : get to know yourself -- The fourth commandment : do not pursue perfection -- The fifth commandment : lead consistently and constantly -- The sixth commandment : constantly change the changeable, while steadfastly clinging to the unchangeable -- The seventh commandment : learn to foretell the future -- The eighth commandment : know your money -- The ninth commandment : act rich : give away 10 percent of your after-tax income -- The tenth commandment : never retire -- Epilogue. Presents a manual for making money by running a successful business, partly based on principles from Jewish tradition, recommending, among other things, to attend synagogue or church and donate to charities in order to make business contacts, and to never retire.