Design & Marketing
Marketing campaigns. Launching marketing campaigns and other incentives to attract new business can be a daunting prospect – it’s often said that in marketing, 50% of the budget is wasted… the trouble is we don’t know which 50% it is!
What is your brand? Branding your business. Once your business has established a web presence with active social media accounts, the next stage is to define your brand and its boundaries.
Talk to your guests. No matter where people find your business online, you need to be proactive and keep talking to them whether it’s in the form of blog posts, special offers and events on your own website.
Marketing your hospitality. Once you have reviewed your online presence and removed anything which could be detrimental to your business, the next stage is to start marketing your business.
Maximising Your Online Presence & Increasing Brand Awareness. Attending The Independent Hotel Show for the first year recently, I was asked to be part of a panel discussing Marketing and Online Presence in the Hospitality Industry on the exhibition’s Innovation Stage.
Unlocking Potential & Well-being
It was the end of another amazing winter season in Meribel, my third in The Three Valleys. I’d first visited in 1999; it was now April 2002. I’d been working as a chef, alongside a host, and ski guide, running a chalet for eighteen guests. It was hard work and it felt like it had been a long season. The snow had turned, making it very wet and slushy; the lower runs were…
All artists paint in an altered state, as soon as they pick up a brush they move into a different space where freedom and inspiration are intertwined. 2020 has certainly been a year that no one expected which threw up many challenges.
Original thought is completely necessary. As individuals we must come to our own conclusions, arrive at our own truths. It doesn’t matter whether that truth is a widely held belief or not, if a conclusion has been reached in the mind of the individual then it’s necessary.
Life’s journey is full of challenges. We have an incredible number of decisions to make along the way, sometimes our decisions have a greater impact on our life plan than we can possibly imagine. How we make decisions very much depends on our stage in life.
Prayer is a major part of most religions and can be seen in many ancient civilisations including Mayan, Egyptian and Greek, dating back far beyond 4000 BC. Praying has been considered a powerful force and a way to offer thanks to God and Mother Nature depending on the religion and belief system.
As part of personal development people will undoubtedly come across the phrases ‘attunement’, ‘sitting in the power’ and ‘meditation’. These are three energetic practices that have very different uses.
Physical mediumship can be best described as; the spirit world manipulating our world through a medium creating tangible physical evidence and proof of life after mortal death. Physical mediumship was more prevalent in the mid 19th and early 20th century.
We are incredibly complex and have developed our senses over centuries of evolution. Our minds are wonderfully elaborate and can be trained and honed to become aware of different vibrations and energies in both our world and the spirit world.
What is the difference between physical and mental mediumship? There are many misconceptions when it comes to mediumship, one major distinction that needs to be understood is the difference between physical and mental mediumship.