Monthly Archives: April 2015


Episode 28 – Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan is a content media strategist, New York Times Best Selling Author, blogger and journalist. Brogan’s book, Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust (2009), written with Julien Smith, became a New York Times bestseller, and hit the Wall Street Journal bestseller list (#8), and the Amazon top 100 list (#30). Brogan’s second book was Social Media 101: Tactics and Tips to Develop Your Business Online (2010). His other titles include Google+ for Business and The Impact Equation (co-authored by Julien Smith).   In this mini-episode we discuss content strategy, how to employ marketing and social media effectively and using service to benefit others. We […]

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Episode 27 – Dr. Florian Goertz

CERN is the razor’s bleeding edge of frontier science; these experiments quite possibly will give mankind a perspective into the nature of reality as we’ve never before understood or seen. CERN or (in french: Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire) is the The European Organization for Nuclear Research  and what the scientists at CERN happen to be doing is indubitably going to change scientific theory as we understand it. In the mid 1960’s a particle physicist named Peter Higgs, came up with an idea that there may be a particle floating around that we could observe. CERN has effectively built the machine necessary to find this elusive particle and went on to prove […]

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Episode 26 – Mr. Stephen K. Hayes

STEPHEN K. HAYES – Ninjutsu In the 1970’s Mr. Stephen Hayes traveled to japan to seek out Dr. Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei, the grandmaster of the ninjutsu fighting art. Without even correspondence from Hatsumi Sensei Mr. Stephen Hayes accomplished the seemingly impossible for a westerner at the time – he began studying the art of the ninja. After several decades of training Mr. Stephen Hayes brought back the teachings of Hatsumi Sensei and opened his own schools to spread awareness of one of the most esoteric fighting styles known to man. Black Belt magazine regards Mr. Stephen Hayes as “A Legend; one of the most infuential martial arts masters […]

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Episode 25 – Tom Campbell

Tom Campbell is a NASA physicist, researcher, consciousness explorer and author; in this episode we cover his book “My Big TOE” Tom Campbell began researching altered states of consciousness with Bob Monroe (Journeys Out Of The Body, Far Journeys, and The Ultimate Journey) at Monroe Laboratories in the early 1970s where he and a few others were instrumental in getting Monroe’s laboratory for the study of consciousness up and running. These early drug-free consciousness pioneers helped design experiments, developed the technology for creating specific altered states, and were the main subjects of study (guinea pigs) all at the same time. Campbell has been experimenting with, and exploring the […]

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Episode 24 – Dr. Paul Jaminet 3

The Perfect Health Diet Dr. Paul Jaminet is a scientist with a Ph.D. in physics, University of California at Berkeley, 1992; Astrophysicist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 1992-1996, turned Internet entrepreneur and executive, turned strategy consultant and economist. Dr. Jaminet and his wife have had a longstanding interest in diet and health after suffering from their own chronic health problems and moving away from their respective industries they joined together and co-authored their book “The Perfect Health Diet”. After experimenting with low-carb Paleo diets in 2005, they spent seven years refining them,  and have successfully healed their own “middle-age” and chronic health problems through diet, learning a great deal about the benefits […]

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Episode 23 – Payal Khurana & Elliot Larkin

   MINDFULNESS   Mindfulness is “the intentional, accepting and non-judgemental focus of one’s attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment”, which can be trained by meditational practice derived from Buddhist anapanasati. The term “mindfulness” is derived from the Pali-term sati, “mindfulness”, which is an essential element of Buddhist practice, including vipassana, satipaṭṭhāna and anapanasati. Mindfulness practice is being employed in psychology to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, and in the prevention of relapse in depression and drug addiction. It has gained worldwide popularity as a distinctive method to handle emotions. Sati and smṛti The Buddhist term translated into English as “mindfulness” […]

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