Fiona Joy Hawkins (piano and vocals) and Rebecca Daniel (violin, organ, vocals, piano) , joined on five tracks by the Kanimbla Quartet have created a starkly beautiful musical portrait of the passing through of grief and sorrow to healing and light. A contemporary classical influence
Let’s agree that Self-Improvement & Lifestyle books are great for creating positive change on readers, helping them to re-discover their purpose, boost their self-esteem, and help them regain confidence. So, look no further! Check out what’s coming this month:
Fair trade brands impact the artisan communities by helping to provide economic security, and they impact the environment by being thoughtful stewards of the planet, using eco-friendly materials. Fair trade also helps consumers be socially conscious in their purchasing decisions.
Fair trade can trace its roots
In our spiritual work we tend to focus more on raising our consciousness to be one with the higher realms rather than one with the earth. We so often think of the earth as being in some way secondary to the “heavens,” that expanding our
We want our staff to show up, work hard and make our lives easier, yet it takes a lot of effort to get employee management to a place where it seems effortless.
Although the conscious living culture consists overwhelmingly of younger generation advocates whose future depends on drastic changes, truth is, all ages desire to live consciously, whether they’re conscious of it or not.
A Selection of FIVE best questions about
STORE, INVENTORY & LOCATION
How important is it to move things around in a store that is mostly visited by tourists?
The main reason that most retail store consultants emphasize changing displays and rearranging merchandise is so that your store
Ten Thousand Villages creates opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income and break the cycle of poverty by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.
The retail segment is no longer the same as it was 10 years ago. You must adapt to the new way of doing business, or your store may flounder. Successful brick and mortar stores that continue to evolve are booming.
Social media belongs to consumers. As a result, traditional marketing rules don’t apply. In the last issue, we discussed the need to market to each generation differently since a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work. Similarly, we’d be wise to take the time to understand the mindset