Archive for November, 2009

Reading at a fair

It is interesting how synchronicities play out. As you would have read in my previous post, I had bought a table and chairs in anticipation of reading somewhere, well my chance came the day after, I had inquired to some fair organisors, and one of the questions was “Would you be interested in reading at one of the regular readers didn’t turn up, so they asked me if I would like to participate, so of course I accepted.

It was a quiet fair, I had 5 sitters. 4 of them I already knew.

One of the stall holders was a psychic artist, she had asked me if I wanted to set up a stall with her at a cafe in a nearby town. So I decided to do that as well, it was very quiet, I had 4 sitters for the 2 days I went. One woman was very challenging. And rather wanted to test my skill. Luckily I was able to answer allĀ  questions. So a good experience.

 

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Readings face to face updated

Some of you may have remembered in previous posts, that I had started reading face to face. It was always a bit of a challenge for me, but I’ve come to enjoy it. In fact I so much enjoy more than email readings, mainly because email readings take too long to type out, and it’s having that interaction with the sitter, for confirmation.

I’ve also had requests for telephone readings as well. It would be ok, if I had a decent headset. If people had skype then it wouldn’t be so bad, and the phone calls would be free. But I still much rather have the interaction.

I’m going to start doing little fairs now, I’ve been to people who work at the fairs, and well I know that I could do just as good a job, and they would be mini readings, for like 20 minutes. The good thing with the “no layout”spread of Sylvies, is it is designed to answer questions quickly.

But with the NZ general public, they don’t like to ask questions to begin with, they like general readings.

Today I’m going to look for a collapsible table and chairs, so that I can take them with me to the fairs, and well everywhere else that I can park up. That’s the beauty of being a card reader, it’s a vocation you can use and go anywhere with it. Short of cash, park up beside a busy beach area.

Well I bought a card table from a second hand shop, it was the perfect size, and it’s collapsible, so fits nicely in the back of my car. I then bought 2 stools for $13 each, so I am already to go. I’m about to email an organiser of the mini fairs we have around my home town. So I’m putting myself out there once again, getting through the barriers.

Anyway, I will keep you posted.

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