• http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=527691890 David Jan Jurasek

    Inspires me to get out there and express the beliefs that are closest to my heart and most empowering to the world.

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

    hey david. this is good to hear. you have so much wisdom to share. i love your perspective on things because it has clearly resulted in this beautiful man i know and love.

  • Chowsr

    Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla both promoted different forms of power.
    Thomas Edison won. But many people would disagree that his form of
    energy was, indeed, better than Tesla’s. But the best point of view
    doesn’t always win. The best articulated one does.

    How exactly did Edison win?

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

    oh heavens. this is where i get into trouble for my lack of knowledge on historical details . . . so i give you this instead: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gOR91oentQ

  • http://www.abundantyogi.com Kris Ward

    That was really cool Tad. You’re such a super star at sharing all the great work of so many great minds and unique viewpoints. Demonstrates such generosity and abundance. Thanks for including me and turning so many people on to all this goodness is one place :)
    XO
    -K.

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

    it’s so wonderful to have so much goodness to share. what a time to be alive.

  • http://www.pinkelephantcommunications.com Carrie Klassen

    Reading this post is not only further confirmation we’re spiritual siblings of some sort, but also that we have twin personal libraries.

  • http://www.pinkelephantcommunications.com Carrie Klassen

    And that I have even more reasons to be so terribly, terribly fond of you.

  • http://marketingforhippies.com Tad Hargrave

    i like the idea of us being spiritual siblings. yes.

  • Soul sister

    Great post Tad. I have been blessed to know Beth, Alex and Carrie and am so inspired by their beautiful work.

  • http://www.athertondrenth.ca Atherton Drenth

    I have learned that as children we decide who we are, based on the
    opinions or beliefs of our parents. We then spend the rest of our lives
    overcoming the incorrect beliefs that had nothing to do with us, as a child, in
    the first place. They were just what our parents believed at that moment in
    time, based on their own life experience.  Freedom to be yourself
    happens when you become aware of this and you discover that you can change your
    mind.

     

  • http://www.targetedtrafficstrategies.com Tami Smith

    Love this topic and the way you approached it. There’s something about the transformational process of entrepreneurship that calls us to differentiate and to know who we are, to become a person with a point of view. Establishing a POV is an important part of the process I have with clients when undertaking market and keyword research. It is too often left out and leads to meaningless SEO. I started thinking about this after reading Diego Rodriguez of IDEO and the d.school. He says that, “As a design thinker, I wouldn’t
    dream of embarking on a development project without first establishing
    my point of view (POV).” And one more for the list, David Hawkins point of view that the energy of a loving thought is enormously more powerful than that of a negative one, is pretty cool.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=853180633 Tammy Brooks

    This is so brilliant Tad, as usual. I love your POV and how willing you are to put it out there, even if it might be controversial. 

  • Keith Helms

    How about hemp and cannabis?

    Do I even need to explain myself?

    Ha.. allow me to.

    Hemp/Cannabis: #1 cash crop, most imported crop, thousands of uses, and illegal to grow, etc..

    Cannabis taps into the endogenous cannabinoid system, which is representative of a whole-body theory of healing and self-organization intrinsic within the universe. I base this theory of biology on a theory of evolution, “Far from Equilibrium Thermodynamics,” which is greatly illustrated by Robert Melamede and originally crystallized by Ilya Prigogine.

    Hemp is a bio-fuel, an excellent food, fiber, paper, and textile source. In Canada, it is being grown to build cars. In Asheville, it is being assimilated into “hempcrete” to build homes.

    Cannabis is a non-toxic, synergistic medication that works well with other meds (for pain, seizures, cancer, etc…) and it’s not physically addicting. It can be used as an edible essential oil and given in tiny amounts that eventually won’t produce a side effect of a “high’ after a tolerance builds. It takes a bit of research to discover this, but cannabis-hemp is the quintessential issue that shifts the paradigm of the old century built on destructive forms of money-hungry capitalism, scarcity, and cut-throat competition. Canabis eradicates tumors. I’d say that’s worth noting.

Back to top
mobile desktop