Dr. Clint G. Rogers is currently C.E.O. of Wisdom of the World Wellness, LLC a media publishing company whose mission is to inspire moments of awe that empower and connect people to the best part of themselves. Through it, Clint established the Wisdom Leadership Team, and co-hosted with Gary Malkin several landmark tele-seminar courses including one associated with the internationally acclaimed release of Foster and Kimberly Gamble’s Thrive movie.

Clint is also president of the International Ministry of Peace, a word-of-mouth, grass-roots organization helping to bring peace between countries that have traditionally been enemies.

A university researcher, innovator, consultant, teacher, traveler and author, Clint is known for his interest in projects that involve intercultural, interfaith and interdisciplinary collaboration and international development. For example, he is passionate about using technology and collaborative techniques to promote peace and to eradicate poverty.

He holds a doctorate in instructional psychology and technology from Brigham Young University. Clint was the first person to teach web analytics at the university level, and has worked with world-class entrepreneurship, development, and web promotion efforts. He has been invited to join several international mastermind groups, among them the RRI International Business Mastermind group, started in 2009 by Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes. Clint also serves on the board of directors for several hyper-growth companies. Recently he was one of 12 young international scholars to participate in the Meeting of the Young Minds in Brussels. The group met to mastermind some of the future developments of technology, their impact on society, and potential policy and educational implications.

Dr. Clint Rogers and Gary Malkin

Dr. Clint Rogers and Gary Malkin

Clint has been invited to speak to organizations, businesses, and universities around the world on such topics as synergistic cross-cultural collaboration, social entrepreneurship, innovation, global virtual teams, mobilizing online movements, fostering human potential, and the impact of media and technological diffusion on international business and development. As the coordinator of the first ever European Union-funded Consortium of Universities and Businesses interested in Information and Communication Technologies for Development, he worked with some of the brightest students and faculty in the world.

In the last decade, Dr Clint Rogers has lived in or visited nearly 90 countries, trying to get a pulse on how things are changing internationally. He has authored many peer-reviewed articles.

Clint is the best-selling author of Ancient Secrets of a Master Healer: A Western Skeptic, an Eastern Master, and Life’s Greatest Secrets, a life-changing memoir based on his extensive traveling and interviews with legendary Master Healer, Dr. Naram. In it, he describes meeting great Himalayan masters who are living to more than 130 years, and reveals what are the 6 secret keys they use for creating and maintaining vibrant health, unlimited energy, and peace of mind. Clint gave a popular TEDx talk on this topic that has been viewed by millions.

From Clint to You:
“I’m looking forward to connecting with you through Wisdom of the World, and learning more about you and your wisdom.
This is a quote I have always liked:

‘A master at the art of living makes no distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues with excellence what he is about and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. He himself knows he is always doing both.’ (Wilfred A. Peterson)

I don’t know that I’m a ‘master of the art of living’, but I try to make decisions based on what I am passionate about and love to meet others who do as well. On my business card was this quote… “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” (Mohandas Gandhi)
Although easier said than done, I really believe in that statement.

In my personal life, here is my primary question:
How can I appreciate and enjoy even more the Divine power, guidance, and playfulness that is in and around me in this moment?

What would you say is your favorite quote? Or what primary question do you think you ask yourself most often?