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Many thanks to Ricky Shetty of Daddy BloggerI received tickets to Conscious Diva’s Living Extraordinary LIVE! There was a traffic incident on the Alex Fraser Bridge, as a result I was late & didn’t get to meet any of the extraordinary people who were attending before the event started.
I believe it is very important to connect via social media with the people you meet at events. In this hectic world today we all live very busy lives. How many times have you gone home from an event swearing that you’ll stay connected with someone you met? AND how many times does that just not happen? It’s not your fault, you had very good intentions – however life just got in the way. A really quick way to make sure you stay connected is to find the people and their pages on Facebook.
Even better is to take pictures at the event, easy with all the smart phones out there! Once you are home, or perhaps even when you are commuting home you can upload the pictures to album in Facebook created specifically for the event.
Kate is dedicated to consciously living her best life. Always open to learning and adopting new teachings that allow her to live a life she loves. Health, Happiness and Amazing Experiences! www.consciousdivas.com
The evening started off with Special Guest Matthew Kocel, North American throat singer a true visionary in the world music and sound healing movement. His rare blend of Tibetan, Tuvan and North European overtone singing seamlessly weaves an expansive soundscape that draws you into a deep experience of inner peace. You can listen to his music at www.Omshaman.com
An excellent way to begin the evening. You could feel the audience became very calm and peaceful. Being that it was a blustry and rainy night in downtown Vancouver it was the perfect way to get everyone settled, attentive and excited about what was to come.
With deep passions for spiritual psychology and the art of living, Chris continues to explore the nature of mind and reality, so that he may be of service to others in answering the big questions, and facilitating psycho-spiritual integration. He believes that by illuminating the darker corners of the personality, and redefining our sense of Self, we can tap into an innate capacity for peace, joy, well being and peak performance. The conversation he had with us was inspirational. “I am Alive”, his mantra to start off the evening had us all thing about the fact that we are Here Now! “Your dreams and your focus create your reality” All of us must learn to guard our dreams with our live. Let go of what is not working for us and truly Be Alive.
Was our second speaker. “We don’t need to trade off life for purpose”!! A social entrepreneur, Annalea Krebs is a passionate individual whose mission to make green mainstream inspires those around her. Annalea recognized that the top 3 reasons preventing people from purchasing green products were: they think they are too expensive, they don’t know where to find them, and they don’t know what to trust. For Annalea, ethicalDeal is the solution to this problem as people can trust Ethical Deal to find the best green products and can try them out an introductory price. Annalea is one of BC’s Top 30 under 30, has been named one of the top 25-women run start-ups to watch by Fast Company, and received the Top Online Marketer Award from Small Business BC in 2013. She believes that business can be a powerful force for change, and loves companies that are built to make the world better. www.EthicalDeal.com
As I too am a very “green” person, I love her theme that we can have profit with purpose. Backing up our ideal with good business sense makes things happen. When we align our work with our values we develop and grow business that generate profit with purpose.
Alex started teaching yoga at age 21 and has been a staple in the Vancouver yoga community ever since. With over 500 hours of training in both yoga and pilates, movement has long been a passion of hers. She started Girlvana Yoga in 2012 which is an initiative that provides teen girls with mentorship, weekly yoga classes and empowerment retreats. In 2014 Alex cofounded Distrikt Movement, a studio in North Vancouver committed to building true community and elevating people through fitness and yoga. Alex is also a Lululemon Ambassador, the creator of the popular Vancouver community event Yoga, Eat, Repeat, the teacher of EA Sports’ Yogify App. She has lent her teaching skills to such organizations as The Looking Glass Foundation, Dress for Success and the Africa Yoga Project. http://whistler.wanderlustfestival.com/
For Alex it’s all about knowing people. She gave a very heartfelt presentation as she has discovered, the more raw and real she is the more she allows the people around her to be themselves. She told all of us to “Let It Go!”
Adina is a Vancouverite, a mom, a wife, a former corporate worker bee and a student of life. With a business degree in Finance and Marketing, Adina worked in finance and then at a major advertising agency serving clients ranging from non-profits to national and international brands. Leaving advertising life helped her discover her true passion for supporting women in business, connecting people and creating community. Adina is a Director and Leader at Stella & Dot where she’s been an Independent Stylist for over 4 years and leads a team of over 150 stylists. She has a knack for bringing out the ‘inner sparkle’ in people and is jazzed about mentoring others to shine more brightly too. www.adinastylist.com
Three important steps Adina shared with us…
1) Connect with yourself again
2) Help others connect with themselves
3) Team! Play without judgement or comparison
Ashley Wray’s path to entrepreneurship started over the waters of South East Asia with a serendipitous meeting on a plane. Since then, Ashley and her husband have founded Mala Collective and have been working to connect people with their perfect mala beads — a medium to set intentions, connect to your oneness, overcome fears, and find peace in a hectic world. www.malacollective.com
Ashley’s product really appealed to me as I only recently started Transcendental Meditation. She had a booth that was so jam packed I couldn’t get to it at the break. Lucky for me she had also generously brought jewelery for people to wear when they were having their pictures taken. I was able to go up and touch and feel!
Poisoned by pesticides in 1980, Udo Erasmus used knowledge of biology, biochemistry, and genetics to cure himself naturally. He invented a way to ‘make oils with health in mind’ (83), wrote FATS THAT HEAL FATS THAT KILL (86), fathered flax oil (87), designed Udo’s Oil Blend (94), and gave 5,000+ educational talks plus 3,000+ media interviews in 40+ countries. He formulated several products that optimize digestion & improve hum(an)imal health. To replace medical disease management misrepresented as health care, he created a systematically organized, practical, consumer-friendly, globally teachable field of health care based in nature and human nature. www.udoerasmus.com
If you would like to connect with any or all of these speakers I have created an album over on Facebook (Surprise :-)) where you can simply click on their name and be taken over to their Facebook Page. http://justclicknow.ca/BNLELife
Be sure to head over and read Part Two of this post
I just read an blog post from Digital trends regarding the subscribe button on Facebook personally I am correction I have never been a fan of the subscribe button on Facebook how a. How about you have you used the subscribe button?
This is really good news about the subscribe button being changed to a follow button. I love the idea that Facebook is quote borrowing quote from Facebook Twitter here is the statement that Facebook had to say…
The functionality will be the same, but the button will now read ‘Follow’ instead of ‘Subscribe’.
Is this yet another warning sign that Twitter is closing the gap on FB
Or is it simply clever copywriting on FB’s part, due to the fact ‘subscribe’ inherently suggests some form of payment? (People tend to only want FREE stuff on FB!)
While Facebook hesitated, for obvious reasons, to make a more direct correlation to Twitter’s with using the same language when it first introduced, it’s caving now and will replace Subscribe with Follow.
There aren’t any changes to the buttons or how it functions, for the record. Instead the update is simply a superficial change. Instead of seeing sites and users within and outside of Facebook advertising a Subscribe button, it will read Follow. That’s it, we promise. Since the Subscribe button can also be found not only on third-party sites, the word change will take effect in user’s Facebook Interest Lists.
The rewording makes the feature more recognizable. Twitter of course popularized the use of “follow,” however many other services like Quora and Instagram use it too. I love the idea of consistency between the different platforms!
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