MiND has been called many things; “innovative”, “quirky”, “very interesting”, and “different” are often associated with the brand.
We are proud to announce that everyone can now use a new descriptive term for MiND: “highly fashionable”. That’s right — for the first time ever, you can get the distinctive MiND logo on a shirt (or several shirts!) to fill the wardrobe gap you never knew existed.
In addition to improving your personal style by at least 10 percent, a percentage of each shirt purchase supports the MiND mission, enabling us to continue providing valuable services. Like they say, “No Shirt, No Independent Media”.
For more info and to scope out our designs, visit our Zazzle store:
Synchronicities in life abound!My involvement in MiND TV is certainly one of them.I am an inspirational speaker, writer and life coach married to a Nigerian.I have the privilege of writing a weekly column for a newspaper in Nigeria.Last October I was invited by a Nigerian TV station to provide five minute inspirational video clips to air on their version of “The Today Show” each Friday morning.I only had a week to produce my first set of clips!It was a whirlwind—I set up a local speaking engagement, hired a videographer and did my first taping session.
Would you believe that the morning after taping the segments a close friend forwarded me an email about MiND TV?I had never heard of MiND TV.As I reviewed the website I quickly realized that there was more purpose to the five-minute segments I had just taped the night before than I had even known!
I worked with my videographer and made sure that he was aware of the MiND TV submission guidelines.Two weeks later my first batch of segments began to air!The staff at MiND TV was extremely helpful in making sure I understood the submission process.
After submitting my first segments, I signed up for the MiND TV Boot Camp and attended right away.Boot Camp was a valuable, high-level introduction to producing a short TV segment.I learned a tremendous amount in one day!Since that time I’ve submitted over 20 segments and I’ve enjoyed every minute of the process.My most recent clips include:“Be A Mentor” and “Life Is a Dash.”I hope you’ll check them out.
In my work I encourage people to move beyond their fears and self-doubts and create a life they truly love.We each have more talent, potential and skill than we have even begun to discover.Each of us also has a valuable message, a unique perspective to share with others.MiND TV provides each of us with an avenue to express what we are passionate about.
Even with the tremendous progress we have made in the United States and elsewhere in teaching tolerance for all types of people, homophobia continues to plague our global society, negatively impacting the lives of so many in our community.
MiND TV has taken a stance against this issue in our newest program – State of MiND: Homophobia. We’ve created this 5-minute program in hopes of educating people about the problems faced by our LGBT community.
Our Telly-Award Winning State of MiND series attempts to illuminate hard-to-discuss social issues by placing those issues deliberately center stage on broadcast television. Past topics include homelessness, the housing crisis, HIV & AIDS, gender inequality and more.
State of MiND: Homophobia takes on this topic from a statistical perspective, and we hope that once this reality is recognized on a mass scale, we can better engage in dialogue that can increase tolerance in our local community for the betterment of all.
MiND is a new multi-platform (TV, internet, internet VOD) learning channel put together by a real and virtual community of producers, independent thinkers, individuals, non-profits, companies, and more. Our goal is to use media as a way to learn from one another, and hopefully, to cause some positive change.