Our Community University: Class 2: August 20th, 2010

Our Community UniversityOur Community University: Round 2
Title: Continuing education to help us thrive in the future
10am-3pm on Friday, August 20, 2010
1823 NE 13th Ave. (convenient to 8, 9 and all MAX lines)
Each class $10 or all 4 for $35
Post class community building discussion @ 3pm, free
RSVP and/or Paypal to albertkaufman@gmail.com to reserve your space in class!
Or, at the door.
Wi-fi, tea and hot water, available

For schedule changes and photos of the folks below, visit: https://albertideation.com/2010/07/31/ocu2/

10am: Sarah Lambert

How to create world peace through purposeful living.

Sarah will offer meditations, exercises and psychic mini-readings to help people get in touch with the difference they are here to make in the world, and how to do it.
Please visit her website, https://www.BodyInsights.com to learn more about Sarah and her services

11am: Ken Cararro

financial planning, investing, and money management

12pm: Lunch for an hour

1pm: Jon Reinschreiber

Basic Shamanic Journey Work.

In this workshop you will learn the basics of the shamanic drum journey, and undertake several journeys.
You will learn to navigate between the three worlds, and meet your spirit guide.
Every one should bring something to lay on, water, a notebook and pen, and an eyeshade, if you desire one.
For more information on other work that Jon is leading visit: https://www.shamanicvibrations.com

2pm: Sue Supriano

I’m a newcomer to Portland as I just moved here about 2 months ago.  I’m honored that Albert Kaufman has asked me to speak about myself and my work as part of introducing myself to the Sacred Circle Dance Group and Our Community University.

A few words about my past and present–  Though I spent my “growing up years” in a rural area in the midwest, I’ve traveled a lot of the world and moved to Berkeley, CA as soon as I graduated from the University of Chicago in 1963.  I jumped right into the Civil Rights Movement and have continued as an activist for peace and justice ever since.  I lived in Berkeley and Oakland until fairly recently when I just spent 4 years in Eugene, OR..  For the last 30 years I have been involved in grassroots community radio (mostly the Pacifica radio station of KPFA as well as having my own independent website with podcasts of my audio interviews, for the last 8 years or so.   I have hundreds of interviews covering a wide variety of subjects nationally and internationally.  I will be happy to share more with you about my full and interesting life and work and we can talk about the importance of community radio of which you have a good example of here with KBOO Radio.

learn more about Sue @ Steppin out of Babylon
https://www.suesupriano.com/

3-5pm: Open discussion on how to build community.  Bring your great ideas, something to drink or nibble on, and let’s share ideas for how to build our community together.

Albert Kaufman has been building communities and leading discussions for a while.  Come join the conversation and let’s celebrate what we’re doing well and figure out our next steps towards a healthier, happier, more prosperous and juicier community.

More about Albert and his various talents @ https://albertideation.com/menu

Our Community University: Thriving in a Changing World: Class 1: Thursday, July 22nd, 10am-3pm

Our Community University: Thriving in a Changing World

In the spirit of sharing our creative energy and knowledge with one another. I have gathered together with Michele Brooks, David Franklin and Noelani Rodriguez to bring you part one of Our Community University.  We all have interesting and important skills to share and I intend to create a series of gatherings for that purpose.  Since many of us have daytime hours free it makes sense to use that time to learn, compare notes, network, and grow ourselves and get better at what we do.  Here is the first offering.  I hope you will join us.  If you’re not able to come, please pass this invitation along to others who might benefit from 4 hours  of interesting information-sharing, networking and skill-building.  Also, if you’d like to become a presenter in this series, please let me know.  Here’s to our emotional, spiritual, and mental growth and thriving, in a changing world!

Day 1
Thursday, July 22nd, 10am-3pm (1 hour for lunch)
Cost: $10 per class or $35 for all 4. (come for one talk or all four) (checks and cash accepted)
Location: 1823 NE 13th Ave. (close to the 8, 9 bus and Red and Blue Max lines) (just north of the Lloyd Center, parking is easy)
Wi-Fi available
Tea available
Please RSVP to albertkaufman@gmail.com

Class 1: 10am-11am Albert Kaufman: Albertideation:

The Who What Where When How and Why of using Social Networking and Email marketing to promote yourself, your ideas and your business.  Albert teaches businesses and individuals how to use social networking to organize and promote ideas, causes, and improve your bottom line.  With 14 years of high-tech business he is familiar with a variety of software and how they can be networked for greater success.  To see what Albert is up to on a given day, find him @ work thinking @ https://albertideation.com

Class 2: 11am-12pm  Michele Brooks:

The life and times of an economic refugee or how to make money in South Korea.  Michele Brooks: https://abundancecompany.com/michele_brooks.htm

Lunch: 12-1pm (please bring your lunch, or there are many places nearby to pick up something to eat)

Class 3: 1-2pm: David Franklin: Radical Presence: Creating Authentic Community in the Midst of Global Change

In these rapidly changing times, we are being called into deep integrity. We have an opportunity to move beyond the addictions, distractions, and suffering that keeps us in separation, and to learn how to love one another.

Our modern times call for spiritual practices and lifestyles that serve both the self and the collective. It is time to move beyond our individualistic, fear-based ways of living, and come together in community to support one another. In order to do so, it is essential to learn and engage in practices that create relationships that are sustainable, co-creative, and call forth our gifts.

In this experiential presentation, we’ll talk about the shifts that are occurring in our society, and how they are creating an opportunity for us to show up more powerfully and thrive. We’ll also learn and practice ways of being in authentic presence and community with one another. You’ll leave with a sense of new possibilities, hope, and connection.

David Franklin is a spiritual activist devoted to creating a new paradigm for masculinity that includes living the embodied path of spirituality, sexuality, leadership, and presence. As an experienced facilitator and ordained minister, he is masterful at creating and holding safe space for transformative experiences that utilize practical, body-centered modalities and down-to-earth spirituality. For more information, visit https://www.RadicalMen.com

Class 4: 2-3pm  Noelani Rodriguez: The Quickest Way to Double Your Sales

These days, businesspeople are resorting to new strategies to attract customers in the New Economy–many are promoting Classes and other Promotional Events. The quickest way to double your sales is to double the effectiveness of your “Irresistible Offer,” or the way you describe your business. Whether you want to promote a class, a service or a product, you can sell yourself with an irresistible offer that no one can refuse.

As a Google Certified Consultant and $1M selling marketer, I have a proven track record with over 1 million ad clicks in the top 1% of ad profitability. Let’s have some fun as I show you how to double the effectiveness of your “9 second elevator speech,” honing it into an irresistible offer. Let’s play at doubling the effectiveness of your offer to double your sales!

Lani’s website: https://ebooks.thebestever.net/

3pm: schmooze, network, talk, compare notes, over tea, wine and bisquits

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