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Spiritual Business Principles for Sustainable Success, Rabbi Michael Shevack

20 Feb, 2019

This is part of a series of profiles on faith and work initiatives from various faiths.


Executives and CEO’s are people with people problems. Business problems are always people and psychological problems in disguise. Virtually all our problems are simply contradictions in our minds. Contradictions in our minds are usually due to antiquated “operating systems” so-to-speak. Rabbi Michael Shevack offers to help people download the new version.

He helps people learn how to align their professional and personal lives so they can do it all– with less expenditure of time, personal-energy and money (in that order). Bottom lines improve quickly, because I teach you how to work with Life not against it. New business improves too with this approach. However, you have to not be afraid to face your fears or I can’t help you. You also have to be prepared to take a safe, calculated risk, in order to change the way you are currently operating.

READ: Spiritual Business Principles for Sustainable Success

Moreover, his approach translates into financial success: decreased waste and increased quality of life. Rabbi Shevack sees money, relationships, corporate structure, personnel, as a single, integrated structure, and show you how to navigate it all with a minimum of time and resources.”

ABOUT Rabbi Michael Shevack

Michael Shevack is an ordained rabbi, a leader in inter-religious dialogue, the author of six books. He’s been a consultant and business counselor to many executives and companies. His column on Spirituality in Business appeared in Success Magazine.

Rabbi Shevack is on the Board of Directors of the Center for Spirituality and Health Education at Stonybrook (SUNY), where he taught Spirituality on a graduate level in the School of Social Welfare. He teaches Business Spirituality at the Iacocca Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Lehigh University.

Prior to his ordination, Rabbi Shevack was an award-winning Madison Avenue Creative Director. His work on Apple Computers won at the Cannes Film Festival. His campaign Gillette. The Best A Man Can Get is still running in over 120 countries around the world.

Rabbi Shevack is the Social Responsibility Officer of The Patton Foundation, founded by Helen Patton, the granddaughter of General George S. Patton. His teaching organization: The Association for Universal Judaism is actively engaged in teaching real-life spirituality to students of all faiths and no-faith around the world. Rabbi Shevack is married to wife and artist Teddy Frank, and has three children, Christian, Adam & Zoe. See:;