Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Bregman is the author of ‘Short & Sweet on the Parsha,’ which has been the best-selling Torah commentary in the world each of the past two years.
Distributed internationally by Feldheim Publishers, his book has been a best-seller in the United States, Canada, South Africa, Australia, England, and Israel.
‘Short & Sweet on the Parsha’ is a rich and imminently readable tapestry that deftly weaves together a stunning array of novel insights into the Torah portion of the week.
In this work, Shlomo puts his encyclopedic knowledge of 4,000 years of Jewish wisdom on display as he culls thousands of sources from the Talmud, Midrash, Medieval era, Chassidic writings, and Jewish mysticism, and lays them before the reader as a cohesive, fresh, inspirational whole.
Although both Feldheim Publishers and Amazon have fully sold-out on ‘Short & Sweet,’ Shlomo has the last few remaining copies available.
If you would like to order an inscribed copy of the book, contact him at RabbiBregmanOfficial@gmail.com.
Shlomo’s second book — ‘Force of Nurture’ — is set to be released in the Fall of 2017.
The core premise of this work is that nobody is born with the ‘it’ factor or is inherently special.
Instead, you can choose to become special and a monster producer, by developing yourself into a certain type of person — via adopting a very specific mindset, scope of thinking, attitudes, beliefs, and actions.
If you encounter someone who appears to be a veritable “force of nature,” do realize that their results have come about as a “force of nurture.” In other words, they became that way.
You’ll find in this work the exact tools and frameworks that have allowed Shlomo, as well as the most successful people on the planet, to produce world-class results with predictability and consistency, and to accomplish anything they want.
If you want to reach your ultimate level of greatness, and attain unstoppable results in every aspect of life — ‘Force of Nurture’ will show you how to do it!
If you would like to pre-order an inscribed copy of the book, contact Shlomo at RabbiBregmanOfficial@gmail.com.