Imagine we discovered another planet close by to us, 90% of which was covered in water,. We would be celebrating joy beyond imagination. Our sense of possibility for our futures would be that much more expanded. That new world out there, would become a whole new world here.
Yet, how strange it is, that we are already on that planet, and we do not seem to notice. We are covered in water and our own bodies are made mostly of it. There is no life for us without it. Since there really is so much of it, #water, a true and very obvious abundance of it, the conversation in which we ask #IsThereEnough #Water helps us see the biggest case of how humanity creates and accentuates its own scarcities, and endangers our very
On a global scale, human beings throw away a lot of food, more than 30% of all the food we produce, while others still go hungry and cannot get #enough. About 9% of the world's population — about 700 million people — go to bed on an empty stomach. That number was 35% in 1990, just 25 years ago, so we have made a lot of headway, globally, but that will not mean much for the people who still remain in food poverty. And it’s not just about quantity, it’s about quality and health as well. In the US, the richest country on earth, there are entire communities operating in what we now call “food deserts” where health outcomes are so bad, Dartmouth University found that general life expectancy can be lowered within those areas by as much as 15 years.
The question, as always for us, is #WhatCanWeDoAboutIt ?
Join us as we speak with ag tech and food tech innovators, David Rourke, and Bruce Hardy, both from Manitoba Canada, as we examine one of the most common #IsThereEnough conversations we face for the future survival of all (100%) of us.
Since the turn of the 20th century, an entire movement of personal development, self help, and human consciousness raising has given rise to what we now see as the human potential movement seeking transformation of each and all of us. The question is, has any of it really worked? What is the line of connection between Napoleon Hill, Tony Robbins and the testimonies of The Secret ? How can any of it be reliably applied to your purpose now and today?
Join us to hear from today’s very special guest *Marcia Martin*, one of the true pioneers and living oral historians of this generational movement. Marcia was one of the original co developers, in the 1970's, of the EST program, the one that changed everything, and set the tone of the future of the awareness movement we live in now ( EST later evolved into today’s Landmark Education ) Marcia was instrumental in spearheading EST’s global marketing campaigns that enrolled hundreds of 1000’s of people around the world. She is also a co-founder of the Transformational Leadership Council where The Secret was filmed as well as The Hunger Project. She has worked with everyone in the field of human empowerment from Jack Canfield and the musician activist John Denver, to our club's hero, Buckminster Fuller, whom Marcia promoted to audiences of over 800,000 people in the late 1970’s. She has even worked with George Clooney and Brad Pitt for a time, with her good friend, the late producer Jerry Weintraub, in an effort to produce a movie based on her life.
Marcia is a living legend with impressive corporate and personal clients around the world, and has meaningful practical expertise on the entire conversation of what manifestation and the laws of attraction really mean, and how to apply them in our daily lives.
Is There Enough Happiness in the world?