Illustrated book about Br. John is released.
Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks is an eye-opening read. August Turak delivers a timely, insightful message about the power of purpose and the surprising ways that service can fuel success. The engaging narrative—which is grounded in Turak's rich, diverse experiences as an entrepreneur, corporate executive, and monastic guest—paints a picture of a path to profits that is both.
Turak examines these questions in his own way. Brother John is the story of August Turak and an even that changed his life while at a retreat at Mepkin Abbey. His essay is only a few thousand words, so it seems unnecessary to go overly in depth in reviewing this book. It’s a well-written essay about an abbey that sounds beautiful.
August Turak is a very successful businessman and entrepreneur. In his book Brother John, he describes a time—a moment—when he experienced a life changing experience at the Mepkin Abbey in South Carolina.It was a simple act of kindness that changed the entire focus of his life.
Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim, and the Purpose of Life by August Turak. On October 21, 2018, Clovercroft Publishing released Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim and the Purpose of Life, an essay about Mepkin’s Br. John and that won the coveted Templeton Prize, as an illustrated book. Brother John, written by August Turak, is the true story of a monastic encounter between the author, going.
Turak's essay, Brother John, is the true story of how the author's contemplative retreat to Mepkin Abbey, a Trappist monastery, turns both magical and terrible when a simple monk offers to share.
Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim and the Purpose of Life: Turak, August, Harrington, Glenn: 9781945507946: Books - Amazon.ca.
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