What's YOUR Heart's Vision?

A Revolution of Conscience? Join America’s Peaceful Warriors

Posted by on Sep 22, 2009

For time immemorial, we’ve honored those who are willing to go to war, risk their lives and kill others to fight for their country, for their life and liberty. At the same time, history honors great soldiers of conscience, who risked their lives to stand for something peacefully: Gandhi, Galileo, King, Jesus, the unknown protestor in Tienanmen Square, Iranian protestor Neda, the list goes...

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The Great Integral Awakening

Posted by on Jun 16, 2009

I’m always eager to connect you with fellow visionaries who are bringing a fresh perspective to bear on the big questions of our time. So, I’m delighted to share with you an invitation I recently received to participate in what I see as a leading-edge endeavor to evolve our understanding of spirituality in the 21st century. The Great Integral Awakening: Pioneering a New Spiritual Path is a FREE...

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The Pickens Plan

Posted by on Mar 28, 2009

Consider this… Visionary entrepreneurs and enterprising visionary individuals (like YOU) are the change we’ve been looking for. Government can no more force us to have high moral character than they can force us to be creative. What powers our future, a world that works, is YOU. Texas Billionaire, T. Boone Pickens, has a vision and a plan to have Americans lose their dependence on...

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Is Peter Schiff Right?

Posted by on Mar 27, 2009

Do Americans have trouble facing reality? Are we really as arrogant as the rest of the world seems to think? Are we drunk on credit and consumerism? Here’s Peter Schiff…

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“The World Needs More Visions” – John Mackey

Posted by on Mar 21, 2009

Here’s a great presentation about how entrepreneurs and enterprising individuals can be a powerful force for good. It’s Michael Strong, John Mackey and Jeff Klein of FLOW presenting for at Freedom Fest 2007. I spoke with Michael the other evening, and he’s doing something very cool next week I’m going to invite you to participate in.

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Visionary Jon Stewart?

Posted by on Mar 13, 2009

I choose not to own a television, but I was turned on to comedian Jon Stewart’s conflict with CNBC Mad Money’s Jim Cramer. Jon Stewart has been criticizing CNBC for being largely complicit with the companies involved in the economic meltdown, and took special issue with Cramer’s advising people to continue to invest in Bear Stearn, the first big, over-leveraged investment...

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