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Conversation with Brian Johnson of PhilosophersNotes

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Have you heard about PhilosophersNotes created by the visionary, Brian Johnson? His concept and work are nothing short of AWESOME! Brian reads and digests some of the BEST books written, condenses the material into the key concepts, then delivers in easy-to-digest formats. He brings a good heart, love and bus loads of inspiring energy, along with sheer excellence to PhilosophersNotes. He also hosts PhilosophersNotes TV and shares inspiration and guidance from some of the best thinkers and teachers available to guide us in this extraordinary time of planetary changes. Join us for what will be a fascinating and energetic conversation AND to learn about a very special gift EXCLUSIVELY for Femme Fire listeners! Whoo hoo! Check out Brian's website (and bio below): http://philosophersnotes.com About Brian Johnson: As the Chief Philosopher of PhilosophersNotes, Brian is responsible for studying, embodying and sharing the universal truths he’s so passionate about. He’s also the Chief Evangelist and responsible for inspiring the world to get their wisdom on! :) In one of his past lives, as a 24-year-old law school dropout turned Founder/CEO, Brian led the creation of eteamz-the world’s largest amateur sports site that currently (and profitably) provides team and league web sites and a comprehensive suite of services to over 3 million teams from over 120 countries around the world. (For example, Little League Baseball® uses the technology.) After spending the requisite time in “garage-mode,” eteamz won UCLA’s Business Plan competition, raised over $5 million of capital, grew from 3 to 45 employees in less than a year (including the CEO of Adidas and the eventual winner of Apprentice II) and was sold for over $13 million of stock and cash to The Active Network, Inc. in 2000. more here: http://www.philosophersnotes.com/about

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