As a member of the community I would like to express my joy on hearing that Universal Medicine has been awarded the 2014 People’s Choice award at the Crowe Horwath Lismore Business Excellence Awards.
This is a good news story. The people have expressed their appreciation of the business model of loving support and respect given to all by Universal Medicine: whether at the Goonellabah clinic, at a workshop or retreat, or in the community.
Making life about people, with total care and respect for all, has been confirmed by the public who voted.
However, the Crowe Horwath Lismore Business Excellence award publicly acknowledges that the Universal Medicine business model of connecting with and lovingly supporting people is preferred in a world that mostly values financial benefits and economic structures over client relationships and genuine care.
I feel the People’s Choice award is not about gaining recognition or competing with others, it is simply truly acknowledging and appreciating what feels supportive of the wellness of us all: Universal Medicine is a business model that is lovingly comprehensive in how it cares for people. The integrity demonstrated by clinicians, by the receptionists, in the facility itself, and at the workshops and retreats has clearly resonated with people far and wide.
The loveliness of this healing model of business is felt in how expansive and inclusive it is of all; encouraging people to take responsibility for their lifestyle choices while being absolutely supported in their return to wellness. Another awesome aspect of the Universal Medicine business model is that it presents an opportunity to gain more awareness of true health and well-being to anyone who so desires – which can then be shared with others in the community.
The People’s Choice award at the Crowe Horwath Lismore Business Excellence Awards is a vote by people who endorse what they can feel when they engage the services of Universal Medicine. This further serves to unify us all as we take care of ourselves and others.
By Janice Mooney, Brisbane