|NEIS Expo +
||[Jan. 16th, 2008|04:48 pm]
These are a couple of websites that I have been looking at from the page of a Blue Mountain based Web Designer who was at the NEIS "EXPO" yesterday (not designed by her).
Glastonbell Sacred Earth Sanctuary...
Glastonbell is a landscape space where the spiritual interconnectedness of human beings with all created matter can be felt and experienced with every faculty. All who love the natural environment, and do nought to destroy it, are welcomed. No particular religion is practised, but all are encouraged to integrate and extend their own awareness to being in harmony with the wholeness of the planet. We "walk the land" to feel, smell, listen, observe. We recognise sacred spaces in landscape and enter into them for meditation and quiet reflection.
© Copyright 2006 Glastonbell Inc.
All rights reserved.
Reiki Empowerment Seminars..
"Reiki ~ Universal Energy of Life"
Perfect Health for Mind, Body & Spirit
Take the Healing Energy Into Your Own Hands
& Reclaim Your Power!
There were two web designers from the Blue Mountains, a hairdresser from out that way who trimmed my hair - the results of which were deemed to be "an improvement", people displaying Aboriginal Art, candles, Soul-Earth Therapies, Ceramics, a person seeking Industrial Property for consideration by Indian investors and a person who wonders where and how I lost my soul who is into "Art in the Pub" who declared my haircut a definite improvement.
The NEIS people interviewed me but declined to look at my portfolio and asked me to explain directly what I am selling and why there is a market for it. I believe the concept (at least) was finally understood. The objective of this course is to be able to centre a business around productive products and/or services that sell. The EXPO was declared a success and we moved on to lectures on Marketing and today being a "free day" marked in the timetable as "Research Insurance" (morning) "Research Banking" (afternoon) I got stuck into the assessments at 8.30 this morning (they are due tomorrow) and finished at 3.30 this afternoon.
Tomorrow is a marketing day from 9 am to 4 pm with another asessment (due when I'm not sure) and Friday we're back to record keeping and GST. Friday will mark the end of week two of a six week intensive course in Small Business Management Certificate IV (similar studies take six months full time at TAFE).