Unfair and Predatory Competition (44:31)
Copyrights, patents, branding, trademarks—the list goes on. Compare and contrast the American and Jewish perspectives on fair competition in business. This lecture took place at the 12th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe (60)
Chabad, Partnerships and Real Estate (34:51)
Darren Birnie (1)
How Does Money Shape You? (1:23:20)
Rabbi Simon Jacobson (100)
What Can Be Considered a Successful Life? (5:08)
What is a successful life? In this video, Mr. Dennis Prager tackles the big question.While there is no one-size-fits-all response, Mr Prager offers some fundamental principles that can guide any person to leading a life of success. Taking a page from the life of Moses, who with all his great achievements did not realize his ultimate dream of entering the Promised Land, Mr
Series: 10 Questions with Dennis Prager
Mr. Dennis Prager (27)
How to Balance Torah Study and Work (3:06)
This video has been produced Platinum Mentorship, moderated by Yaron Hassid.
Rabbi Manis Friedman (149)
Mystic Unity & Economic Growth (17:58)
Andrew Aidman is a recent graduate of the University of Miami. During his undergraduate studies, Andrew majored in entrepreneurship with minors in religion and motion pictures. In the past two years, Andrew has spent time in Israel studying at both the David Shapell and Ohr Somayach yeshivas
Buyer Beware (53:43)
Rabbi Dovid Flinkenstein (4)
Personal Encounters: An Interview with the President of Starbucks (54:30)
How far can a college dropout go? Howard Behar learned Jewish values from his parents and grandparents growing up in Seattle. He brought those strong values with him to Starbucks where people are as important as profits. Howard Behar and Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie chat about roots, life experiences, and Starbucks.
Mr. Howard Behar (2)
Competition in Business: A Jewish Perspective (26:23)
Competition is the most powerful force in markets. Professor Yehoushua Liebermann learns the halachahs of competition with us. He presents some of the scenarios found in the Mishna and follows the reasoning of the sages.
Professor Yehoushua Liebermann (3)
G-d, Money, and Power (44:11)
Why did G-d design the world so that we spend most of our time and energy with money, making it, or worrying about it? Rabbi Saul Djanogly has meshed his 2 worlds to become the Wealth Rabbi. He explains the faith system behind our finances; a $20 bill has no intrinsic value, other than the faith we have in it; credit comes from the Latin word for belief
Rabbi Saul Djanogly (1)
How Will You Measure Your Life? (57:38)
What job did G-d hire you for and how well did you do? Rabbi Eliyahu Schusterman gives a fascinating class on business theory. He bases his business ideas on How will you measure your life, by Clayton Christianson
Rabbi Eliyahu Schusterman (1)
Kosher Economics (57:16)
Do the sources in the Torah prefer the socialistic or the capitalistic model? This fascinating topic is presented with Rabbi Shmuel Klatzkin’s scholarly knowledge base from the secular world and the Chassidic world, intermingled with stories and history.
Dr. Shmuel Klatzkin (6)
Neighbors in Beit Din over a Sukkah (57:55)
Whether it’s a debate about air space rights over