Learning New Skills – Universal Medicine Exposed

New Talents Exposed.

11 years ago when I started my business Evolve Dental Healing in Kenmore I could barely send an email and with some concentration managed to find my way around the dental software required to keep patient notes and charts up to date.

Then when my website started to grow I needed to learn how to add posts, blogs and articles so I slowly taught myself how to this. I realised Google was my friend as there was a wealth of how to’s at my finger tips.

2012 saw me branch out into social media where I have taught myself the skills needed to post over several platforms, automate my news feeds and to curate information. Skills that I now pass on to others in the form of a very simple approach to social media and its purpose.

Expanding on that I have taught myself to use wordpress to blog, use dropbox, skype, fuze and more to be able to work on projects, edit, write and produce for websites, magazines, blogs etc.

My most recent amazement has been my foray into website design and building via Weebly, which although its a simple enough platform for a novice like me was a steep learning curve but something I realised I have a natural ability and eye for detail for.

So from being a humble tooth drilling technophobe I am now a master (well almost) web designer. And why? Well I’ve been working with an incredible and dedicated team to be able to showcase and celebrate an amazing group of people who over the past 10+ years have become my great friends.

So here it is Universal Medicine Exposed

Showcasing and Celebrating the Students of Universal Medicine
Universal Medicine Exposed provides an in-depth up close and personal insight into the lives of the people who call themselves students of Universal Medicine and The Way of The Livingness.
We call ourselves ‘The Student Body’ because we all
are students of Life – students of our own Life and Evolution
It showcases and celebrates the lives of individuals who have been inspired by the life and presentations of Serge Benhayon to make simple but profound changes to their own lives, which has improved their self-awareness, health, relationships and wellbeing immeasurably.
And it is through these changes that I have made to my own life that I am who I am and where I am today.

 

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