Last weekend. I was given the opportunity by Lizian Events to do Tarot readings at their Lincolnshire Well Being Show. The Epic Center certainly was Epic. Excited and nervous, this was by first big show. I want sure what to expect. Would I be able to focus surrounded by people? Would people book in with me? I learnt very quickly. Table manners. You simply can’t sit back and expect people to come to you, you need to interact, approach but not encroach and be friendly. Don’t get offended when people say no. What I do is not for everyone.
I don’t see others doing the same sort of service as competition (that just brings out the worst in people, exhibiting ‘poor me’ behaviours of ego, bitterness, reputation tittle tattle, jealousy and greed) there is.. dear readers.. No need or ultimate benefit. There is enough business, clients and opportunities out there for all. I walk my path with love and light. I was given gifts and I use them to help others. I had a great time and a busy weekend! Branching out and networking has been a positive and valuable experience. The community members have made me feel so welcome and have had lots of giggles with. I met new clients as the passed by my stall. Giving them a reading and helping them, I hope has been valuable. I aim to do many more shows. My sails have caught the breeze.
Angela Barker Tarot Lizian Events Community Profile.
There is much reward in these event for all. From the talks, variety of products and services offered. A great community spirit. I do enjoy Lizian events as a visitor too. Always interesting talks and workshops. I’ve been introduced to products that I would not normally have even looked at before. Explored Meditations, old ways, new ways, beliefs, techniques and so on. Lots of benefits. Big thanks to Liz and Ian. They are both supportive, wise, know what they are doing and are lovely honest people. Big thank you to the helpers too at Lincolnshire showground and not forgetting the visitors. I’ve walked away with a renewed sense of.. ‘yes’ I did the right thing going part time self-employed. It’s hard work. But satisfying.
Angela Barker – Community Profile