Bigger Than Business by Jeff Holler ~ Book Review @SMGurusNetwork #VDAY19

Bigger Than Business by Jeff Holler ~ My Silly Little Gang Book Review

I really enjoy reading inspirational books and stories. Bigger Than Business offers that and so much more!

Bigger Than Business by Jeff Holler ~ My Silly Little Gang Book Review

Bigger Than Business by Jeff Holler ~ Book Review

Book Review Disclosure: Bigger Than Business by Jeff Holler

Many fellow business owners I know believe that you should not mix business and religion. However I believe quite differently. I believe that if you have a connection with your faith, you can’t help but have it guide you in your business. Maybe that’s why I truly have enjoyed reading Bigger Than Business so far.

I haven’t finished reading this book yet, but I couldn’t wait to share it with you. If I had to summarize Bigger Than Business in two words, they would have to be uplifting and inspiring. It is definitely a book that I recommend be read slowly and not read cover to cover. It is so much more than just a collection of stories. At the end of each story there are questions for the reader. These questions really make you dig deep and look at your life, experiences, and business. I would recommend this book to anyone not just business owners.

You can find Bigger Than Business on Amazon, The Bigger Than Business website and Mardel.

Bigger Than Business: Inspiring Stories That Prove We Can Live God’s Purpose Through Work—And Succeed!

In a society where workforces—especially executives—are encouraged to keep their professional lives and spiritual lives separate, Jeff Holler’s Bigger Than Business: Real-World Stories of Business Owners Living Their Purpose is a thought-provoking testimonial to the power of a faith-driven existence—even in the boardroom.

Bigger Than Business shares transparent, true-life stories of Christian entrepreneurs living out their God-created purposes in their unique business settings. Between the covers of Bigger Than Business, readers will meet eight faithful business owners from six continents who share their remarkable stories, including:

•    A US couple who rose above a personal tragedy and through their business set a transformative example for all;
•    An inspiring Australian business owner who, with God’s help, transformed a business capable of serving one individual at a time into one poised to serve hundreds of thousands around the globe;
•    A Brazilian with a Japanese heritage who was fired by his own family, yet returned to help build and continue the family business; and
•    An amazing woman who barely survived the genocide in Rwanda and who now heals broken hearts through her small sewing cooperative.

At the end of each chapter are insightful questions to help readers understand ways in which they can live their God-given purposes in and through their own businesses. Bigger Than Business gives readers the know-how and the confidence to pursue what they value and to commit more passionately to pursuing a greater purpose.

About the Author

Author Jeff Holler is a speaker and founder of The Capital Chart Room LTD, serving some of the most respected and successful entrepreneurs in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. A certified financial planner, Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Florida State University. He leads an adult Bible study class, and he and his wife, Charlsey, commit their time, talent, gifts and service to several ministries. They have two wonderful daughters with precious families of their own. Jeff and Charlsey live in Fort Worth, Texas.

You can learn more about Holler and his work at

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1 Comment

  1. Tamra Phelps

    I agree. I don’t understand people of faith (no matter what religion) who say they keep business and faith separate. How does anyone justify that?


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