Friday Nissan 4 5703
Torah lessons: Chumash: Tazria, Shishi with Rashi.
Tehillim: 23-28.
Tanya: However, when a (p. 195)...discussed in the Zohar (p. 197).

The avoda of laymen has two categories:

1) Avoda with self: When actually at work, in a free moment in his store, for example, he should study a Mishna or two, or a chapter of Tanya. He should commit some Torah to memory - for example, Chumash, Mishna, Tehillim, Tanya, so that he will be able to review these while in the marketplace, the street or wherever.

2) Avoda with another: When discussing business, he should turn the conversation towards introducing a story with content, and seek some reason or opportunity to stimulate the other to study Torah, or to do similar activities.