Meditation Skills *1st Workshop starts Thursday 25th October
Presented by Robyn S Lee
Want to learn about meditation in a way that doesn’t invade your personal religious or spiritual beliefs?
Have you ever wondered why top athletes, successful teams, coaches & global leaders meditate?
A half-day Introduction to Meditation
- Increase your energy levels
- Be more present
- Strengthen focus
- Boost your immune system
- Increase confidence and resilience
- Relax on demand and minimize stress
- Learn a variety of meditation techniques (overview)
- Discuss practical stress management tools
- Identify suitable meditation techniques for yourself
- Practice a variety of techniques on the day
- Establish a daily meditation practice that works for you
Locations and Times: City 54 Currie Street, Adelaide SA 5000 (Mission Australia)
Workshop 1 – Thursday 25th October
Workshop 2 – Friday 26th October
Introductory price: $30/person (Full price $57 pp)
North Eastern suburbs Self Storage Australia
1002 Grand Junction Road Holden Hill SA 5088
Workshop 3 – Thursday 22nd November
Time: 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Introductory price: $30/person (Full price $57 pp)
Secure the Introductory Price now. Bookings and Enquiries:
8363 1393 or 0430 841 342 (Robyn) email@example.com
www.meditationskills.com Facebook: iheartmeditation
Meditation is recognised by the Australian Medical Association for the prevention of diseases.
*Introductory price is for only the above listed dates and subject to the venue capacities, so secure your place asap.
~Take control of your mental, emotional and physical health~
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Based at Keswick but willing to travel (extra fee may be involved *)
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Stewardship is one of the four pillars of our family business education program.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from four outstanding family business and community leaders during a fun, informal interview at 6.00pm on Wednesday 15 February at the Old Adelaide Inn, 160 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide.
Join us for an intimate conversation with:
John Angove AM Angove Family Winemakers
Ray Michell AM Michell Holdings
Frank Seeley AM Seeley International
Michael Angelakis AM Angelakis Bros
FAX to the Executive Officer FBA-SA on 8376 0646
or Post to FBA-SA, PO Box 398 GLENELG SA 5045
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 0425 817 259
Tina Morganella from her BLOG “Only connect” shares her thoughts;
Never travelled on your own? I’m a big fan of solo travel. You find yourself tapping into resources and strengths you didn’t even know you had. It’s challenging, scary and, let’s face it, sometimes deliciously dangerous. I always meet an incredible array of people – probably because my insatiable need for people and chat doesn’t necessarily diminish when I’m on my own, I just need to work harder to get my fix. There are some negatives though – a small problem can turn into a catastrophe when you don’t have someone to share it with, and eating dinner by yourself night after night could make even a reclusive mute feel lonely.
So what are the pros and cons? for more click here.
China like to do things their own way.. there are lots of examples like QQ (MSN) where things look similar but have a different name.
Also remember that China as a nation is very focused on export trade, so you are likely to find sites that sell exclusively to Overseas in English, with the sites for locals in Chinese. If you are desperate to find out what the local buy, try Google Translate to be able to read Chinese pages.
One successful sourcing site is Alibaba (yes as in the story) that promotes products to overseas customers in moderate volume. http://www.alibaba.com/ You may still find the minimum quantity too large for you if you have not had that type of product before, but the suppliers are trying to weed out retail customers. If you only need a small amount you could try the “younger cousin” http://www.aliexpress.com One of the issues here is that you may not know who the seller is unless you do some research as it could range from an employee who is stealing from their employer and selling things from home, to dealing direct with a multinational company… spend the time and read their website and any other information you can find.
To find out about businesses and reseach suppliers – have a look at the Hong Kong Trade Development Centre – run by the Hong Kong Government it offers lots of supplier and trade show information. http://www.hktdc.com/en-buyer/
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Tagged China, Hong Kong, Import, S.M.E., Shenzhen, shopping, strategy, suppliers
Many small and medium businesses fail to get input into their management. – This could mean lost opportunities:
Having a management “board” of some form makes real sense. It is difficult – if not impossible to keep an eye on everything. Even if the skill set is within the company – a board can be a great catalyst for making things happen in a logical process while adding accountability and equity to management.
In the worst cases, the idea of a board is rejected due to ego or internal political reasons.
Often the most common reason for not setting up a board is from not knowing about the process as it is not really the type of thing that Accountants or Lawyers help with – or is it?
Find out about the latest trends and opportunities for improvements at a workshop presented by Family Business Australia.
This one is aimed at family businesses of all shapes and sizes, including first generation businesses that need to look outside the square to take their business to the next level.
More details – click here
Family Business Australia - The Association
An established manufacturer in China is looking for new customers in Australia.
Currently they sell to many leading brand names around the world. They have a wide range of product styles and packaging as well as reasonable prices.
For pricing and other details, please contact Graham on 0418 832 220 (Australia) or email email@example.com