Build your business with Intention

Join the Comox Valley Women's Business Network Thursday to learn how the powers of feng shui can improve your business.

Join the Comox Valley Women’s Business Network Thursday at the Best Western to learn how the powers of feng shui can improve your business.

The position of your desk in your office, the amount of clutter in your workspace and, most importantly, your attitude about your job (and life in general) all influence whether you will struggle or succeed in your career. As both a feng shui consultant and a marketing professional, Terri Perrin has a unique perspective on how to build your home-based, small or big business.

As the February keynote speaker, Perrin will explain the basic principles of feng shui, a 4,000-year-old tradition of recognizing how the energy of objects around you affect your life. She will provide insight into the best arrangement of office furniture and store fixtures for putting you ‘in command’ of your future. Most importantly, she will teach how to set powerful intentions for positive change, increased prosperity, and a higher level of professionalism.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for networking with dinner at 6:15.

RSVP by 3 p.m. Tuesday.

 

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