The Holistic Health Show, 19/05/2018
The Holistic Health Show with Dr Carl Helvie and guest Frank Huguenard
Frank Huguenard received a BS/CS from Purdue University in Computer Science in 1982 and has spent decades in silicon valley as a software engineer. About ten years ago, he was escorted out the door of the company he was working at by an armed guard when he was fired for inventing a product that not only contained most of the functionality of Skype, but which had features Skype still doesn't have!! All of this happened while his best friend and soul mate was losing her battle with breast cancer. Several years later, Skype was purchased for $3 Billion by EBay and Frank was still unemployed and broke. In a quest to make sense of his bewilderment, he set out on a spiritual journey to understand the nature of reality. The end result of this search has been his desire to share with the world his own new found happiness and how he went about achieving it.
Apart from being founder and Executive Director of a non-profit humanitarian relief organization, The Bountiful Garden Foundation, Frank is also progenitor of Dischoops, the greatest team sport ever.
Films:Beyond Me & Beyond Belief
The Most Exciting New Team Sport of the Past Century: Dischoops
Ambidextrous Frisbee Throwing
Dischoops Promo Video
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