Joan Cerio welcomes author and longtime researcher Jeane Manning to discuss the upcoming impact of inventions that can replace polluting fuels. Jeane has interviewed scientists who say some of the inventions tap into a background sea of universal energy and that sea of energy also supports life. She discusses what an energy revolution means in times of Earth changes and especially how new science reveals the oneness of humankind and all life.
Jeane is an award-winning writer who has chronicled the lives of inventors of energy breakthroughs around the world for 30+ years. She lives in Kelowna, BC, Canada with her daughter, granddaughter and a big backyard veggie garden. Jeane’s previous books are published in more than ten countries. Her forthcoming book, Hidden Energy: Tesla-inspired Inventors and a Mindful Path to Energy Abundance, co-authored with Susan Manewich of Massachusetts will be published in October 2019. They can be contacted via their website, http://HiddenEnergy.org.
Jeane Manning, B.A., authors public-friendly books about new energy, starting with The Coming Energy Revolution (Avery, NY, 1996) and more recently Breakthrough Power (2008). Her solo and co-authored books have been published in ten countries. For 30 years, she’s traveled widely to interview scientists and inventors, and attended dozens of energy conferences, some in Europe as guest speaker. Jeane writes for magazines including Atlantis Rising and Infinite Energy, and has worked in radio, daily newspapers and on staff of a regional magazine. She’s been publicist for groups including a theater company that traveled in gypsy wagons pulled by Clydesdales.
Susan A. Manewich, M.S., is president of the New Energy Movement. Some of her professional accomplishments are in conscious leadership development and Emotional Intelligence, where her work is praised by clients including Harvard Business School, Yale University, U. of Chicago GSB, London Business School, Singapore Medical School and corporate and non-profit clients. She’s led major communication strategies. While on the Resonance Academy faculty team and a director with the Resonance Project Foundation, Susan was involved in key organizational strategic initiatives. She is now co-authoring Hidden Energy with Jeane Manning. Susan is employed in Massachusetts, although she’d rather be surfing in Hawaii.
THINK STRATEGICALLY & SPREAD YOUR MESSAGE – Do you have questions such as “What are the best ways to tell the world about this invention?” or “How can I spread the word about game-changing energy science?” Jeane Manning and Susan Manewich offer tips that can help, whether you work alone in your garage or in industry with access to a communications department.
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