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The Greatest Franchise...Is Truly Religion

Book By: crispus
Religion and spirituality


The reason Religion is "The Greatest Franchise" is that it is founded in sound ethical principles. This book illustrates how people from all walks of life can achieve long-term personal and business success by living by the principles of the Bible.
Robert Swift has utilized the principles of the Bible when facing critical life and business decisions over his 40-year career. With the Bible as a “How To” guide he has pulled himself out of poverty and achieved significant personal and financial success.
Along life's path there are many opportunities to make poor decisions and not fulfill your dreams. In life, opportunity only knocks once for most people. Decisions made without being grounded in sound principles can terminate all future hope of succeeding in life and business.
Robert wants to share the reasons behind his success with others.
Robert holds an MBA from the University of Bridgeport, a Bachelor’s Degree from Sacred Heart University, and is a graduate of the New England School of Banking.


Submitted:Jan 7, 2009    Reads: 80    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


On September 29, 2008 the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 777.68 points to close at 11,365.45. This was the worst one-day percentage point decline in 21 years since 1987. In all 1.2 trillion dollars was lost in just four hours of trading. People all across America panicked as their retirement investments melted away. Home prices were falling and thousands of people were losing their homes in foreclosure as 2008 crawled to an ending. Unemployment had reached 9.5 million people in September 2008 and thousands more jobs were lost before the years end.
What do you think are the underling reasons this calamity has happened? Could it be that business people have lost their way? What are the principles by which they do business? Are these principles grounded in the teachings of the Bible? The reason Religion is the greatest "business" franchise is due to the basic principles of the religion itself.




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