by word of mouth is one of the most valuable forms of marketing. Many
of my new clients attend my workshops, events and one-to-one sessions
because they have heard about my services from people who have worked
with me before.
If you are
about to attend one of my workshops or events, or you have done
so in the past, I might suggest you recommend my services to other
people you know who may also be interested. As a thank you for spreading
the word, I will give you a finders fee per recommended participant who
books onto one of my events.
On the application
form simply complete the Recommendation section and tell me who you were
recommended by. If you have recommended others then state who you have
I will also
extend the finders fee to those who are not re-attending an event but
who have recommended new people to me. In this case simply send me an
email telling me who you have recommended.
you are attending an event and have made recommendations then the finders
fee will usually be given to you during the event. If you prefer, it can
be deducted from your event fee. If you are not re-attending an event
but have made recommendations then the total finders fee will be paid
to you after the event has taken place.
for every person you recommend who then attends the workshop.
of the event fee for each person you recommend who then attends the
"Country walks can
help reduce depression and raise self-esteem according
to research published today, leading to calls for "ecotherapy"
to become a recognised treatment for people with mental health
problems. Ecotherapy: the green agenda
for mental health is the first study looking at how "green"
exercise specifically affects those suffering from depression.
According to Mind, England and Wales's
leading mental health charity, it produced "startling"
results proving the need for ecotherapy to be considered a
proper treatment option." Country
walks 'can help reduce depression'
The Independant, Nicola Boden, Published: Monday, 14 May 2007
"Just five minutes
of exercise in a "green space" such as a park can
boost mental health, researchers claim. There is
growing evidence that combining activities such as walking
or cycling with nature boosts well-being. In the latest analysis,
UK researchers looked at evidence from 1,250 people in 10
studies and found fast improvements in mood and self-esteem." 'Green'
exercise quickly 'boosts mental health'
BBC News Website, Published: Saturday, 1 May 2010 00:01 UK