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THE INVISIBLE HAND: Business, Success & Spirituality is the unusual account of how a stressed out, driven entrepreneur has an out-of-the-blue spiritual experience which sets off a series of profound life-changing events including mystical experiences in the Great Pyramid. He then meets a 91-year old guru from India who changes his life, teaches him how to meditate and accelerates his business success.
There are many books about spirituality and about business, but few where the author can share his practical experience of success in both areas and bring them together. It reveals how the entrepreneur and spiritual seeker have much in common - they require faith, sacrifice, determination and commitment to reach their goals.
THE INVISIBLE HAND shows how all of us can relieve stress and learn how to relax through meditation - the superfood for the mind - while remaining focussed on our quest for success.
The book will be of particular interest to readers who enjoy self-help, business and spiritual books.
To summarise, THE INVISIBLE HAND is not just for those of us who want to achieve success in business and spirituality. It is about having the confidence to fulfil our dreams whatever they may be - how to be happy regardless of our aspirations, beliefs, knowledge or profession.
"Consciousness is growing on our wonderful planet as countless people seek inner change but still so many do not know how to discover real success, love, happiness and calmness. The Invisible Hand gives a clue as to how it might be possible and will act as a beacon to encourage others to find their own true individual path - how to win the day in life, business and spirituality." Paramahamsa Prajnanananda Giri, Kriya Yoga International.
"David Green has written a remarkable and rich first book, full of thoughts, observations, ideas, insights and hard-won wisdom. When I was given The Invisible Hand I would have classed myself as an agnostic with no interest in spirituality. David's message of never giving up, believing everything is possible and the benefits of meditation in daily life had an impact on me. I felt compelled to start to meditate. " Karl French is a professional editor and was a journalist at the Financial Times for 11 years.
"I have read over 3,000 books on a professional basis and The Invisible Hand touched me in a special way that really good books do. I found myself reading about meditation, diet, lifestyle and what it means to have or not to have success. I really felt the truth and impact of David's experiences and the authenticity of what he has learnt first-hand from his spiritual masters." Joan Watson has 25 years experience in executive media roles and the book industry.
|Publication Date||September 12, 2013|
|Primary Category||Self-Help/Personal Growth - Success|
|Sub Category 1||Business & Economics/Personal Success|