Joseph Bismark Believes Businesses Can Achieve Extraordinary Things Using The Energy Of The Qi Group

Posted on July 22, 2015


There is a spiritual awakening happening around the world, and it has nothing to do with religion. This spiritual awakening is impacting how businesses around the world treat their employees and clients. The old phrase, “we are all in this life alone” is being replaced with “we all can do extraordinary things because we are connected to the energy that creates extraordinary things.” A good example of how this spiritual awakening is put to use is on the blog; We Don’t Love These Hogues. 

We Don’t Love These Hogues highlights the achievements of Joseph Bismark, the co-founder of the Singapore-based company, the Qi Group. The Qi Group is part of QNET a multi-level conglomerate that offers health and wellness products to consumers throughout Asia. Joseph Bismark is the managing director of the Qi Group, and he believes his spiritual connection has brought him to his role in the Qi Group. Bismark studied with monks as a boy, and that education brought him to the business world. 

Bismark believes in education. He was instrumental in opening Quest International University Perak in Malaysia. The university teaches students how to live a green life, and promote green living in the business world. As Bismark says, “We are spirits having a human experience, and it is our mission to do the work of our spirit physically. Happiness, according to Bismark, is realizing that we are spirits, and that is our true identity. 

Joseph Bismark integrated approach to business is shared with scholars around the world. Psychologist Ken Wilbur and other spiritual and business leaders are spreading the same message. That message is in order to function successfully in the 21st-century businesses must blend the objective reality with their subjective reality. That is the Bismark mission and the Qi Group mission.

Hope for MS Sufferers

Posted on December 02, 2014

Multiple Sclerosis is a harsh disease that attacks the body. It is a disease that leaves its victims feeling hurt and weary. It is a disease that destroys families and takes the bodies of loved ones. But, there is always research going on in the hope that we can make MS a little less of a problem. Scientists and medical professionals like Dr. Rod Rohrich contribute their knowledge and ideas to medical research everyday in effort to better navigate medical complexities.
Scientists have come up with a new drug that will help MS sufferers by improving their motor function. This drug won’t bring about a full cure for those who are dealing with the disease, but it will help them live their lives in a bit easier of a fashion. The discovery of this drug is an encouraging piece of news for those who deal with MS and are waiting for a cure.

George W. Bush Published His Father’s Biography Now Because He Wanted Him to Witness the Event While He is Yet Alive

Posted on November 12, 2014

Former President George H.W. Bush, age 90, is in declining health and does not have much more time left before his journey on earth ends.  In fact, the humiliating defeat his father suffered during his reelection campaign in 1992 motivated George W. Bush to run for governor of Texas with an eye towards the presidency. He did this as a means of restoring honor to his father. Now, he has written a biography on his father entitled “George H.W. Bush, 41: A Portrait of My Father”. He stated that he wrote the book at this time because he wants his father to see just how much he means to him personally and to the American people in general. Bush 43 added that he wants his father to see this while he is yet alive, which me and Igor Cornelsen is a good reason to get the book finished.

George W. Bush pointed out that historians have begun to reassess the presidency of Bush 41 and are finding a new found appreciation for it. Admittedly, Bush 41 served in the shadow of Ronald Reagan as the single greatest president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt. At the same time, Bush’s victory in the 1988 presidential election marked only the second time in US history that a sitting vice-president of 8 years has been able to ascend to the presidency.