“Nachum Kligman shares practical business advice infused with Torah, Mussar and Chesed.” – Rabbi Aaron Kotler, President, Beth Medrash Govoha (the Lakewood Yeshiva)
“So, you think you want to start your own business? Don’t even think about it, until you read this book. A must read!” – Dr. Alan Broner, Co-Founder of Jack’s Gourmet
“Nachum has created a guide to navigate the mine fields of today’s business world that can challenge the very fibers of a frum yid. The insights, pointers and advice are right on.” – Marc (Moshe) Bodner, CEO, Principal at L&R Distributors Inc.
“Nachum has written a very good book that will be of value to many in the community. I especially appreciated the clear and strong ethical compass it embodies.” – David Margolese, Co-Founder and former CEO of Sirius XM Radio
“Nachum Kligman puts the entire concept of making money in a Torah-and-emuna perspective; anyone who follows the advice of this wonderful book will certainly see blessings.” Rabbi Lazer Brody, author of “The Trail to Tranquility”, “Six Days to the Top” and translator of “The Garden of Emuna”
As Orthodox Jews, we know that our parnasah is a hundred percent from Hashem. Many “business” rules simply do not apply to us since we know that hishtadlus (efforts) are just that — hishtadlus. Hashem determines everything. Sadly, within our community, there is a lack of knowledge on this subject. Many Orthodox Jews behave certain ways in their business lives because “that is how business is done.” This is not true! We answer to a Higher Authority.
This book is written from the perspective of a Torah Jew. After achieving great success in his field, entrepreneurship, Nachum Kligman has become an address of sorts for investors and people starting their own businesses. In this unique and powerful book, he shares how to become and what it means to be a Frum Entrepreneur. Readers will explore what our best business practices should be — relying on the business chochmah of the world, but establishing priorities, making decisions and behaving as Yidden should.