- Maunalua Communities Foundation and its goal of establishing a cultural and performing arts hale and
- Livable Hawaii Kai Hui (Hui) and its ongoing Keawawa Wetland and Hawea Heiau Complex project and their effort to restore the wetland and enhance the ‘Alae’ ula habitat which includes the reintroduction of native plants to the area located off Hawaii Kai Drive.
I wanted to let you know about an absolutely free, LIVE workshop I’m doing Thursday, April 25th at 4:30 – 7:00 at Hilo Hattie in Honolulu.
“How to Attract 5 New Clients Into Your Practice in 30 Days”
Most holistic healers and heart-based business owners are passionate about serving others but struggle to find enough clients to make ends meet.
The key to overcoming this is to master the art of client attraction so that potential clients TALK THEMSELVES into working with you.
In this FREE 1 time workshop I will share with you my best secrets for attracting more clients into you business and teach you an authentic sales method that turns “I can’t afford it” into “Yes”.
Only 50 seats available.
register here: http://thecreativetrack.
You’ll also learn:
• The #1 reason you’re not attracting more clients and how to turn it around immediately.
• What to say to your ideal clients so they are hungry to work with you.
• How to stand in your true value so your clients pay you what you’re worth.
• How to leverage your time so you can grow your business without stress and overwhelm.
• How to free yourself from the outdated beliefs that have held you back from being more successful.
I’m excited about this workshop because knowing how to sell (without being pushy) is one of the most important skills you can learn to build your business quickly. I’m thrilled to share this opportunity with you.
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EVENT: “How to Attract 5 New Clients Into Your Practice in 30 Days”
DATE: Thursday, April 25th at 4:30 – 7:00
LOCATION: Hilo Hattie (Plumeria room) 700 N Nimitz HWY, Honolulu
HOW: Register by clicking the link above and reserve your seat!
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Kamehameha Schools, Foodland to reveal plan for Hawaii Kai project
Landowner Kamehameha Schools is expected to be represented by Susan Todani, the trust’s area development director, and Foodland’s vice chairman,Roger Wall, is expected to attend on behalf of the supermarket, which would be the anchor tenant of the proposed shopping center.Spokespeople for Kamehameha Schools and Foodland did not immediately respond to requests for comment by PBN.
Recently, a construction crane in that area had some local residents wondering if it was there to start construction of the strip center at the corner of Kalanianaole Highway and Keahole Street.Many community residents are opposed to developing the land, which is adjacent to the Hawaii Kai dog park, for commercial purposes, but that is not what the crane was there for, said Beverly Liddle, manager of the Hawaii Kai Marina. Instead, it was part of a dredging project for the marina and entrance to the bay.
The town hall meeting is being held by area politicians such as Reps. Gene Ward and Mark Hashem, Sens. Sam Slom and Laura Thielen and Councilman Stanley Chang, as well as the Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board.“I hope some rational land use perspectives on what the community feels in regards to the proposal [from Kamehameha Schools and Foodland] come out of the meeting,” Ward told PBN. “If they are pursuing the proposal, the details should be forthcoming.”
In 2011, Foodland shut down its only Hawaii Kai store, at the Koko Marina Shopping Center.Walgreen Co. and Petco opened stores last year in the former Foodland space.Ward says that the next formal step in the process of development is scheduling a hearing with the Honolulu City Council, which has not been done yet.The Great Lawn is of great importance to the Hawaii Kai and East Honolulu community. Many say it sets the ambience of the neighborhood and is a beloved piece of land. The town hall meeting is being held at the Kamiloiki Elementary School Cafeteria from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Ward’s office at 586-6420.