Birth: When the Spiritual and The Material Come Together

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Shari Arison is one of the most influential women in the world. She is the leader of a successful business empire and one of the largest private philanthropic foundations in Israel. From growing up with her father, Ted Arison, the founder of Carnival Cruise Lines, to her acquisition of the chairmanship position of the Arison Group, Arison possesses a unique perspective on both business and spiritual growth.

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Overview

Shari Arison is one of the most influential women in the world. She is the leader of a successful business empire and one of the largest private philanthropic foundations in Israel. From growing up with her father, Ted Arison, the founder of Carnival Cruise Lines, to her acquisition of the chairmanship position of the Arison Group, Arison possesses a unique perspective on both business and spiritual growth.

In Birth: When the Spiritual and the Material Come Together, Arison provides her vision for creating a new reality for the future, generated from a marriage of the spiritual and the material. She currently sees the world collapsing into a mess of personal and corporate greed—a world rampant with financial corruption, environmental negligence, and decaying social values. In Birth, she presents a compelling message that every person in the world is capable of contributing to change. Arison’s account chronicles her own journeys, both spiritually and in business, that led to the repositioning of the Arison Group as an enterprise focused on balancing profit with a strong commitment to sustainability and philanthropy. She passionately advocates mutual responsibility, intimately outlining how one must first turn within him or herself and attain inner peace to work toward the larger picture of world accord. With Arison’s plan for the future, every person can convert crisis into opportunity.

Birth illuminates the convergence of the spiritual and the material and presents valuable insights on their crucial connection. Arison powerfully maps out a model that will enable individuals and corporations to incite change and ultimately give birth to a brighter future.

 

"I believe that Shari Arison can play a crucial role in our achieving world peace, and BIRTH is an important first step in that journey. Her book teaches us that it is through inner peace that we can create larger, global change. BIRTH connects the material to the spiritual, and provides a blueprint—for both businesses and individuals alike—of a new world about to be born."
—Brian L. Weiss, M.D., author of Many Lives, Many Masters

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607474074
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/17/2009
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 5.70 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Shari Arison is an Israeli-American business woman and the daughter of Ted Arison, founder of Carnival Cruise Lines. Following the death of her father in 1999, Arison assumed the chairmanship of the Arison Group, a business and philanthropic group headquartered in Tel Aviv. Since that time, Arison has led significant business processes in the group, including the acquisition of the sole equity stake in Bank Hapoalim, Israel's largest global bank, Shikun & Binuy, one of Israel's most reputable real estate and infrastructure companies and Israel Salt Industries Ltd, the largest salt manufacturer in Israel. In 2008, Arison founded Miya, a global water company providing water loss prevention management solutions to municipalities and utilities around the world. Arison is also a major beneficiary shareholder of Carnival Corporation and has served twice on its board.

In 2005, Arison was named Honorary Fellow of the Decade by the interdisciplinary Center Herzliya and she has been serving on the institution's board since 2007. Arison is repeatedly ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the world's wealthiest women and was also ranked by Forbes among the top 50 most influential women in the world in 2008. Arison was also elected by Globes financial magazine as the most influential businesswoman in Israel in both 2007 and 2009. 

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