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HOST - Home Office Support Team Message Board › Upcoming workshop that may be of interest to many.

Upcoming workshop that may be of interest to many.

Susan M.
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Victoria, BC
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MAY
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Cashflow Freedom Workshop - Part 2
Saturday, May 24at 9:00am - 12:00pm

24 Carrot Learning
714 Discovery Street, Victoria, British Columbia V8T 1H2
Join us for an informative and fun workshop on increasing your cashflow!

Note: this is the second workshop in a two-part series; it is not mandatory to do them in order, but we recommend doing the first workshop at some point.

In this workshop, you will learn key principles and strategies that uber-successful people utilize (and that aren't taught in schools):
- recognize the four main ways to earn income; and which types of income lead to freedom
- understand how to evaluate a business idea or opportunity
- recognize the importance of a positive mindset and setting goals
- evaluate your beliefs surrounding money/success and achieving your dreams
- understand how to add more passive residual income to your financial portfolio
- discover the best way for the average person to create financial success

Workshop cost: $10 per person. (Cash at the door)

Please arrive 10 minutes early to get settled.

The workshop will be followed by a potluck style/bring your own lunch - feel free to stay for lunch and enjoy networking time with other attendees and facilitators.

Workshop Facilitators:

Clay Rach
After studying business at Camosun and earning a first Diploma in Marketing, then another in Management, Clay began honing his time management and project management skills as an employee. After a transition period between part-time employment and part-time entrepreneurship, he has now been fully self-employed for two years. With his first business up and running, Clay spends his spare time building his second and third sources of revenue. He is passionate about both playing and coaching soccer, and sharing what he's learned about entrepreneurship and life with those eager to learn.


Chad Babcock
Chad is an entrepreneur at heart. He is also a natural builder who was born and raised on Vancouver Island. Building homes with local renewable resources gives him a chance to help others learn how to live in a more sustainable manner. From 2004 to 2008 Chad owned and operated a successful restaurant in Tofino, learning the value of customer care and servant leadership. Prior to that, Chad ran a silvaculture company for ten years for the ministry of forests in the research department. Spreading awareness and giving people alternative choices in life has become a passion for Chad. He believes that alternative choices will only arise with a change in values and beliefs. We must live change in order to create change. What we do now allows us to hold space for future generations and that is what counts.

Aimee Burton
Aimee studied sciences and social sciences before realizing her true dream was to have her own business. She received a diploma in Business Administration from Camosun College, which was a rewarding experience, but has recently found her work in the personal development world to be far more valuable in creating success. She has studied various wealth authors over the last few years and has been building a growing team of wellness entrepreneurs. Her goal is to help people recognize their gifts and talents and put them to use in a servant leadership based business culture. She helps people get in touch with their passions and start their own businesses to support their dreams.

Joshua Junglas
Joshua invested in BitCoin ownership in 2012, at a price of $11 per coin. In November 2013, BitCoin trade value skyrocketed over $1200. Realizing the power of investments, Joshua studied the market and soon realized that by trading currencies, the only person he was helping was himself. Yearning for a system that improved the life of everyone involved, he decided to study cooperative business models instead. Joshua holds certificates in Natural Building and Permaculture Design from O.U.R. EcoVillage on Vancouver Island. Joshua's primary focus is generating ethical passive income streams that will allow him to fund the development of a network of regenerative living communities across North America.
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Monthly meeting

CAD10.00 monthly

This covers: Monthly meeting

Payment is accepted using:

  • PayPal
  • Cash or check - “Payment at the door -Cheque for $15.00 payable to HOST, monthly Special rate for 3- hour workshops: $25

Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.

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