In Heart-Centered Business: Healing from toxic business culture so your small business can thrive, Sufi spiritual business teacher Mark Silver, M.Div. speaks to those who hate the toxic way business has developed, and want an approach to business that is as nourishing as it is powerful.
The effects of global business have brought devastation and injustice that no one wants. Instead, we yearn for beauty and real vibrancy in the world around us, and healthy heart-centered business must be part of the healing.
This book is a guide to doing business, your business, in a truly spirit-centered way. We need to, and can, realize the truth that every act of business can be an act of love.
About Mark Silver
A fourth generation entrepreneur, prior to Heart of Business Mark ran a distribution business, turned around a struggling non-profit magazine, and worked as a paramedic in Oakland, CA.
Author of Body of Work and The Widest Net
Bestselling author of Team Habits and Start Finishing
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In this transformative book, Mark presents a new and liberatory perspective on work culture and offers practical strategies to counter oppressive work environments. By emphasizing the power of healing relationships with clients, partners, and yourself, this book inspires us all to shift towards a more positive and fulfilling work experience.
Mark taught me years ago that every act of business is an act of deep love, while also teaching me real ethical skills and systems for managing and marketing my small business. He taught me that love and justice can be deeply integrated in my marketing programs, sales strategy, and business development. This one lesson changed me and my business forever.
Books have the power to inspire and transform our lives and businesses. I found this book to be an enlightening read that helped navigate and reshape my own work culture in a healing and positive way!
~ Desiree Adaway
No one has influenced my thinking and practice around business and leadership in the workplace like Mark Silver – he marries rare practical knowledge, counter-cultural intuition, deep integrity and joyful wisdom. His mentoring and friendship have changed not only my work, but my life. I’m so glad that the heart of Mark is now available in this book; it belongs wherever there are people trying to do good through the meaningful work they are called to.
Author of How Not to be Afraid, and founder of The Porch Community