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Okamura Farmacopia is proud to announce we are new members of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce!
The next meeting is Nov 19, 2014
Where: People's Coop Community Room: 3029 S.E. 21st Ave, Portland, OR 97202
Cost: No charge
Speaker MaryAnn McNulty
"HOW TO FILL AND SUSTAIN A THRIVING PRACTICE."
Do you feel overwhelmed with the business side of your practice? Would you like your practice to be making more money? Are you constantly trying to find enough clients to sustain your business?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, join us for this informative, hands-on training that will teach you two simple-but-critical ways to build a profitable business doing the meaningful work you love.
You will learn to:
1. Attract and retain more clients
2. Increase your income
3. Generate repeat business
4. Improve client satisfaction
MaryAnn McNulty has an MBA in Sustainable Business and specializes in helping solo-preneurs and holistic practitioners build and sustain profitable businesses. She is passionate about helping small businesses succeed so they can experience the freedom, financial benefits and flexibility of entrepreneurship.
In addition to our guest presentation, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the Holistic Chamber of Commerce, Portland Chapter and how our growing community can support your success. We are currently planning all of our 2015 meetings and programs. What kind of support do you need to grow your holistic business? Come to the meeting and let us know so we can create a value-packed calendar for 2015 for you, and for all our members!
The Holistic Chamber of Commerce is a business organization that works to promote holistic and sustainable professionals. Our meetings are here to help you grow your business. Our members collaborate together by bringing their talents, sharing their gifts and learning form each other. Together, we aim for healthier people, for a healthier planet!
Thanks ~ We look forward to having you involved!
A trip down memory lane, the original Okamura Magic blog.
A lot has changed in two years, how 'bout you?
Are we having fun yet?
After much consideration and research, we are happy to donate to Okamura Farm's newest passion http://water.org/!
Safe water and sanitation for everyone! Happy Thursday Friends!
Even though I'm from Idaho, I'm not a camper. I'll do it if I have to, but I'd rather stay home and read a book. Recently our water main to our house broke and we found ourselves without water for four days. Fortunately, we have lovely neighbors who threaded their hose through the fence so we could rinse our dishes and flush the toilet. Egad.
Chris and I were so disoriented, probably in part from dehydration, but mostly from the disconnect. Thinking about regular activities--I need to do some laundry, maybe I'll make candles, cooking--all interrupted. We wandered around trying to do our normal activities and keep ourselves cheerful despite the impending plumber bill and the fact we are woefully prepared for the zombie apocalypse.
Water. Clean, accessible water. Not everybody has it and this must change.
What is YOUR favorite accessible water not-for-profit organization?
The water you drink today has likely been around in one form or another since dinosaurs roamed the Earth, hundreds of millions of years ago.