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Building Inner Strength with Shmuel Reichman | Learning to Be Happy with Who You Are

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I’m excited to share with you today my interview with my friend and kindred spirit, Rabbi Shmuel Reichman, who is an author, educator, and speaker who has lectured internationally on topics of Torah thought, Jewish medical ethics, psychology, and leadership. His new bestselling book, The Journey to Your Ultimate Self, serves as an inspiring gateway into deeper Jewish thought. He is the founder and CEO of Self-Mastery Academy, the transformative online self-development course based on the principles of Torah, high-performance psychology, and leadership. “What social media does is it creates an identity that is a mirror of something outside of yourself. So you become something other than you are because your sense of identity is harnessed from something outside of yourself.”

When Shmuel started gaining more clarity of his journey 2:32
What’s unique about what Shmuel is saying 10:43
What transformative experience Shmuel hopes his students gain 19:00
How technology and social media has influenced his business 26:29
Success is often defined in financial terms 39:42
The greatest gift you can give to your children 51:56

“So many people, their worst nightmare is being alone in a room by themselves because they can’t stand themselves. It’s the emptiness within themselves because they’re not fully alive. When you are fully alive, you love it. Great people love being by themselves. They love people too, but they love being by themselves. Why? Because they’re full. There is just so much content, and thought, and vibrancy within them because they’ve invested.” 20:21

www.shmuelreichman.com

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