Last year at CERAWeek I sat down with TV host Aaron Harber for what I can only describe as an interrogation (a friendly interrogation). He asked the toughest questions he could–and there were some good ones–and I answered in rapid-fire style. It was a lot of fun.
If you want a fun exercise, pause the video after each question and think of your own answer. Then see how our approaches compare.
New! I Love Fossil Fuels Tie
Two years ago during a consulting session in Canada, a CEO complained to me that I was wearing a tie. He wanted me to wear my I Love Fossil Fuels shirt.
Well, now I have the best of both worlds for occasions where a t-shirt is inappropriate: the I Love Fossil Fuels tie! I thought some readers might want one so we added it to our Zazzle store.
“[The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels] approached a complex and polarizing issue with the clarity and context that I have seen others like Mises and Hazlitt apply to equally immense subjects like economics. It has also encouraged me to be more outspoken, to attempt to be a mental magnet as you put it.
I want to thank you for all of this and to encourage you to keep it up, not that you need it. You are doing a phenomenal job and I will continue to contribute not just to you, but to the cause of human flourishing through freedom. I hope to one day dedicate myself to creating my own platform to help spread these ideas as you have done.
Until then, I will continue to be an energy, as well as a freedom champion to the people around me. I‘ve taken your fantastic course on being an energy champion and it has helped me a lot.”
— Mike via email