Michael Haupt’s 2012 and Noetic Manifestos

In my research to find enlightened businessmen, I came across Michael Haupt…

His website (http://michaelhaupt.com)  shows an excellence and awareness that is still too rare, yet spreading amidst today’s global awakening.

Here are excerpts from his previous papers:

2012 Manifesto

This paper focuses on how the current system has come to be, via seafarer rulers and mercantilism and covers a lot of ground: Political and Religious suppressions, puppet Kings, Einstein, Jung and much more.

Just 2 clip’s:

Page 6, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: ““What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind.”–Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C.”

Page 16, Highlight (Yellow):
“My will shall shape the future. Whether I fail or succeed shall be no man?s doing but my own. I am the force; I can clear any obstacle before me or I can be lost in the maze. My choice; my responsibility; win or lose, only I hold the key to my destiny.”– Elaine Maxwell,

 

Noetic Business Manifesto

This paper focuses on the challenge between optimism and pessimism of today’s catastrophic leanings amidst opportunities for a better way forward.

Page 8, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “While in London in 2010, I met Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences 4 based in Petaluma, California. She told me that in ongoing studies and surveys IONS has found that in a significant segment of the U.S. population, thinking is changing: ? From competition to reconciliation and partnership; ? From greed and scarcity to sufficiency and caring; ? From outer to inner authority (from reliance on traditional, outer sources of ?authority? to inner sources of ?knowing?, including intuition and gut feel);”

Page 9, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “Megatrends 2010 author Patricia Aburdene 7 noted that values-sensitive conscious consumers – people who are part of the LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) culture – make up a rapidly growing segment in five sectors of the economy: ? In the sustainability sector, including ecologically sound construction, renewable energy technologies, and socially responsible investments; ? In the healthy living sector, appearing in the market as demand for natural and organic foods, nutritional supplements, and personal care; ? In the alternative healthcare sector, comprised of wellness centres and complementary and alternative medical services and health care; ? In the personal development sector, made up of seminars, courses and shared experiences in the body-mind-spirit area; ? In the ecological lifestyle sector, appearing in the form of demand for ecologically produced, recycled, or recyclable products, as well as ecotourism.”

Page 10, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “Many years ago, companies remained controlled by individuals and families who conserved a sense of mission about their companies‘ activities. These were the legendary ?captains of industry?. A Rockefeller, a Vanderbilt, a Ford, a Mellon, an Astor and a Carnegie didn‘t think of themselves as purely a businessman, out to get the maximum money for himself and his family; he considered himself a builder of society, a force for the common good. As IBM Founder Thomas J. Watson Sr. Said, companies were not created ?just to make money? but to ?knit together the whole fabric of civilization.?”

Page 10, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “timely transformation of a critical mass of major companies remains a fundamental requirement.”

Page 11, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “Start With WHY – How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”

Page 12, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “?On the first day, someone asked the group how many of them had achieved their financial goals. About 80% of the hands went up. I thought that alone was quite impressive. But it was the answer to the next question that was so profound. With their hands still in the air, the group was then asked, ?How many of you feel successful?? And 80% of the hands went down.”

Page 12, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “They [‘The Gathering of Titans – a group of high-performing entrepreneurs get together at MIT‘s Endicott House just outside Boston] reminisced about the days when they didn‘t have any money and were working out of their basements, trying to get things going. They longed for the feeling they used to have.”
Page 12, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “They realized the deep personal connection that existed between WHAT they do and WHY they were doing it. This group of entrepreneurs gathered to discuss matters of WHY, and at times it was quite intense.?”

Page 12, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “Poring over financials or some other easily measured result, and fixating on HOW they were to maintain growth, they stopped focussing on WHY they started the business in the first place. In all these cases, ?their WHY went fuzzy,? to quote Sinek.”

Page 13, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “It‘s not products or services that bind a company together. It‘s not size and might that makes a company strong, it‘s the culture – the strong sense of beliefs and values that everyone, from CEO to the receptionist, all share.”

Page 13, Highlight (Yellow):
Content: “Italian social entrepreneur Marco Roveda10 built LifeGate11, a highly successful organization based on the shift from ?the civilization of compulsive consumption? to ?the civilization of conscious consumption.?”

 

I believe Michael will be publishing another paper of his current views which I greatly look forward to.

http://michaelhaupt.com