Today is the second episode of the weekly podcast I have created called “Conversations to Change the World”.
Last Wednesday, we did the first show with best-selling author Guy Finley and it went great. So much so, that i-tunes has accepted my podcast!
This is fantastic news, and also means that you can now subscribe to the pods (can you tell I am excited about this)!
Jeff was thoughtful enough to spend some time and explain the latest developments in the Green Revolution, and share his wealth of knowledge regarding everything environment:
I ask Jeff straight out whether the issue has lost momentum since An Inconvenient Truth spawned mass interest. You may be surprised to hear his answer (and I learned of a new term: “Green Fatigue”).
We also talked at length about alternative energy sources, and how viable things like nuclear energy might be for long term solutions.
The most enlightening part to the conversation, at least to me, comes when I ask Jeff about green cars. Listen in to hear about the future of driving!
Why ‘Conversations to Change The World’
If you did not see my first post regarding the podcast launch, let me re-state my intention:
Every Wednesday I will interview top thought leaders across the mind-body-spirit continuum with
the sole purpose to spread awareness of all the positive activities occurring in our world today!
Furthermore (and I say this with a big smile), my intention is to become the Larry King of the blogosphere and help initiate transcending changes. Hey, I dream big
There are already several subscribers to this Podcast (somewhat surprisingly) and I really appreciate all the support of We The Change readers. You guys are awesome!
New Monthly Books
I am recommending three new books for the next 30 days. I highly recommend you checking out the following texts. They have all been highly impactful in my life, and will almost assuredly serve as a meaningful pillar in your personal growth:
Wow, wow and wow. Written by Amit Goswani, PhD, this book explores why nothing in the universe seems to exist without consciousness. This book gave me a whole new perspective of the old proverb “if a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound”?
If you are at all “into” consciousness and spirituality, and how it relates to modern science, then this is a must read!
Last month I recommended Eckhart Tolle’s first book, The Power of Now, and now I am recommending his latest text.
I am well aware that Oprah has recently praised this book, and that she is holding online seminars with Mr. Tolle to discuss this
book’s implications…and I think this is fantastic!
Oprah seems to be a very spiritual person, and she is bringing this kind of content to the mainstream…and that is great news. Give this book a read through, you will not look at life the same way.
Have you ever read any of the Dalai Lama’s books? They are incredibly inspiring, and are littered with ancient knowledge as told by a modern scholar.
It is almost as if you get the collective knowledge of all previous Dalai Lama’s in his books. I found The Book of Wisdom to be one of this best…so give it a read!
That’s all for now my friends. I hope you have the chance to subscribe to my podcast, and feel free to email or comment on anything that is going on at We The Change…
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