You are invited to the Bayside Women in Business Networking Morning Tea
Come along and enjoy a lovely Morning tea while connecting with like minded business women in the area.
We will have a guest speaker each month and opportunity to share what we do and connect on a deeper level.
You will receive a hot beverage of choice and a selection of morning tea.
COST: $36 regular
COST: $73 regular + banner
COST: $159 speaker
please note : NO DOOR SALES
Ioanna Serpanos - Inviting ‘Team Spirit” into your business
Does spiritually rich mean we have to be earthly poor? Ioanna does not believe so! In this illuminating presentation, spiritual medium Ioanna Serpanos will talk about her journey transitioning from a stellar corporate career as an engineer/general manager into living her spiritual path with passion, authenticity and of course fully self-funded through her spiritual business.
She will outline how we can invite Spirit into our life in order to manifest everyday miracles and to harness the power of your spirit team. She will teach us how to get to know our spirit guides and how to begin to have an ongoing meaningful dialogue with them being an active participant in our spirit team rather than a mere passive observer.
Ioanna will share:
The 3 questions to ask your team daily
How to back yourself when making business decisions
As above so below - harnessing the power of your spirit team
Letting go of the how’s - placing the universal order
Ioanna is a recognised and well-respected psychic medium and mentor to other mediums having come from a long lineage of psychic mediums and has been doing readings and healings for well over 20 years. She is renowned for her accuracy, honesty and integrity and delivers messages from Spirit with compassion, humility and a 'down to earth' practicality.
Ioanna is a big believer of giving back to the community, in 2018 she established Meraki Spiritualist Society where she volunteers her time to inspire people and to demonstrate mediumship. She is supported by her student medium’s and all profits are donated to Rural Aid.