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Hans-Peter Kraus

Hans-Peter Kraus

I love to mentor individuals who refuse to play small but are being held back by exhaustion and fuzzy Brain..

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The MapMakersWorld _CONSCIOUSness SHIFT_blog

The MapMakersWorld _CONSCIOUSness SHIFT_blog

"New conscious shifts old paradigms." We accompany in areas that can`t be taught - for people who already know it. The best thing we can give of us, is a reminder of your own imagination / fantasy that reminds you of who you are already been.
Hans-Peter Kraus Hans-Peter Kraus
Articles : 504
Since : 18/07/2014
Category : Entrepreneurship

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From ‘smart cities’ to ‘smart citizens’: when technology meets activism

From ‘smart cities’ to ‘smart citizens’: when technology meets activism

The emergence of ‘smart cities’ came as a step forward in the deployment of technology to improve our cities, and therefore our lives. It didn’t take us long to realise the dangers of allowing private companies to get access to one of our most precious and yet most undervalued assets: our data. Could the rise of the smart city be only the beg
This Ancient Building Technique Could House Millions Of People In Africa

This Ancient Building Technique Could House Millions Of People In Africa

The solution: A Roof + A Skill + A Market via The Bubian Vault website After two years of technical trials, a French builder, Thomas Granier, and a Burkinabé farmer, Séri Youlou, set up the Association la Voûte Nubienne (AVN) in the year 2000. AVN's mission is to improve housing conditions through an appropriate architecture, as soon as possible
Here´s How To Network When You Aren´t Sure What You Need

Here´s How To Network When You Aren´t Sure What You Need

Networking is something that makes a lot of people cringe—and understandably so. When people think of the word “networking,” images of forced and insincere flattery comes to mind. But that’s more often the case when networking is an event—a ritual you perform every once in awhile. Practiced as part of a routine, it can be a lot more livab
“None of us are as smart as all of us” – Jane Pightling

“None of us are as smart as all of us” – Jane Pightling

via cocreation network This blog originally appeared on Jane’s Linkedin account, to view it click here. Pictures pixabay Hans The Sustainability and Transformation Planning process challenges health and social care to achieve two huge tasks. Redesign and build a new system around the needs of people and communities and do it in a financially sust
Physicist: we need a new kind of physics to reconcile the quantum world

Physicist: we need a new kind of physics to reconcile the quantum world

In Brief In a new video, CERN physicist John Ellis describes why the standard model of the universe relies upon the existence of the Higgs Boson, what's coming next in physics, and the need for a "new physics" that reconciles quantum effects and new discoveries. The Standard Model of particle physics requires that there be a Higgs boson because all
Dalai Lama: Spirituality Without Quantum Physics Is An Incomplete Picture Of Reality

Dalai Lama: Spirituality Without Quantum Physics Is An Incomplete Picture Of Reality

“Broadly speaking, although there are some differences, I think Buddhist philosophy and Quantum Mechanics can shake hands on their view of the world. We can see in these great examples the fruits of human thinking. Regardless of the admiration we feel for these great thinkers, we should not lose sight of the fact that they were human beings just
Tiny Scottish island powers itself with community-owned off-grid energy system

Tiny Scottish island powers itself with community-owned off-grid energy system

Source inhabitat by Colin Payne Picture instagram When you think of the future of electricity in the world, you probably don’t envision a small island off the coast of Scotland leading the way. But the 12-square-mile Scottish island of Eigg has become a shining example of how communities that aren’t connected to larger grids can do it themselve
Riane Eisler - Building A Caring Economy

Riane Eisler - Building A Caring Economy

Is it possible to build a truly caring economy? Riane Eisler proposes a new approach to economics that gives visibility and value to the most essential human work: the work of caring for people and nature. Riane Eisler is a social scientist, attorney, and author whose work on cultural transformation has inspired both scholars and social activists.
This Incubator Is Creating The Next Generation Of Farmers

This Incubator Is Creating The Next Generation Of Farmers

By providing free training and support to socially disadvantaged, aspiring agricultural entrepreneurs, FARMroots is diversifying the (very old, very white) industry. via FC Newsletter By Eillie Anzilotti (photo Chris Wayne) As a child, Chris Wayne grew up watching his father tend to his 40-acre farm on the outskirts of Danbury, Connecticut. While h
Experts Are Gathering to Discuss How Blockchain Will Transform Our Future

Experts Are Gathering to Discuss How Blockchain Will Transform Our Future

via Futurism Newsletter New Kid on the Block Most people have heard of the blockchain, but sadly, most people don’t really understand what it is (or how it’s transforming our world). As Investopedia notes, it’s all about creating secure, global connections and getting rid of middlemen: “A blockchain is a public ledger of all Bitcoin transac