New Book Presents Business Model that Involves Community Ownership
"Spiritual-Busyness" shares a business model Graham created that is an equity owned franchised co-operative model. With the purpose of creating "a fairer, more just and equitable fun-loving local/global community" that's sustainable and inclusive, the 49-51 percent model hinges on being driven by the creative spirit of a community in work they love doing. Graham thinks that it could eliminate the "them and us" syndrome.
"Well it won't appeal to anyone who believes that pain and suffering is why they came here in this lifetime," Graham explains. "It will have a broad appeal to the rest of humanity who believe that joy, happiness and abundance is their daily mantra as a possibility, based on unconditional love, or U-Love as I call it in my book!"
By Alex Graham
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 228 pages | ISBN 9781504312547
E-Book | 228 pages | ISBN 9781504312530
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Alex Graham grew up in a nonreligious household and has spent the last 30 years of his life seeking God through the spirit of unconditional love. He wrote the "Spiritual Busyness" trilogy to end pain, suffering and separation from God. Graham currently lives in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia.
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