About the Author

Rabbi Shmuel Reichman

Shmuel Reichman is an inspirational speaker, author, educator, and coach who has lectured internationally on topics of Jewish Thought and Jewish Medical Ethics. He is the founder and CEO of Self-Mastery Academy (ShmuelReichman.com), the transformative online course that is revolutionizing how we engage in self-development. He is also the founder of "Think. Feel. Grow.", a platform from which he shares inspirational Torah videos that have reached hundreds of thousands of people.

He obtained his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Jewish Philosophy from Yeshiva University, and is currently completing his rabbinical studies at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), while simultaneously pursuing a Masters in Education from the Azrieli School of Education and Administration. He will be starting his doctoral studies shortly at the University of Chicago.

To find more inspirational lectures, videos, and articles from Shmuel, or to learn more about Self-Mastery Academy, visit his website: https://www.shmuelreichman.com

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