SKORALIFECOACH is now offering “Hands On Organizing” for your home, office or both.. services can include:
DE-Cluttering and organizing spaces such as kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, closets, offices, garages, or any space that needs “clutter removal”
Excellent services for move in or move outs. packing and unpacking , organizing items and furniture.
As a life coach I work with people that want to improve the quality of their lives, relationships and careers but many times after taking an inventory of their personal spaces I discover unnecessary clutter causing them emotional stress and procrastination. Once we achieve to de-clutter their homes, challenges in their lives are much easier to accomplish. Because of the now empty spaces, it allows many new beginnings to enter their lives. Organizing one´s life not only improves spaces but it can de-clutter the mind and heart that opens up to new possibilities for a happier life.
After twenty years in the interior design business and many years as a life coach it has become a “perfect match” as an interior designer and coach to pass on my talents as the “de-clutter guru!” The results are not only gratifying to me but the fact that I am able to make positive changes in the lives of my clients is amazing !
Let´s live a Feng Shui life and allow good energy to flow
www.skorainteriors.com and www.skoralifecoach.com
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Is you mind body and spirit balanced at your workplace ?
Be conscious of the self-fulfilling prophecy: If you expect something negative to happen, you act unconsciously in a way that is more likely to allow it to occur. Think positively.
If you are in a supervisory position, you earn the right to hold others to high standards by holding yourself to high standards. Keep in mind that balancing your life is a high standard.
When you share a decision with others, share also the reason it was chosen as well as the process you used to arrive at it. In this way, you will remain in relationship with others.
Open yourself up to developmental learning activities (from learning about technology to effective communication) that will improve your job performance positively. Encourage others to expand their horizons in this way.
Understand and appreciate that others may not do things exactly as you would, but that doesn’t make them wrong. Remember that “you don’t have to make someone else wrong to be right.” Practice an open mind.
Know that in a well managed workplace, there will be problems—conflicts in communication, for example. So expect problems to come up. Instead of trying to deny that they exist, focus on ways to resolve them as an opportunity to increase your organizational effectiveness
Plan workplace meetings with conscious intent about what you wish to accomplish. Don’t waste time in routine, unplanned meetings.
Know that according to research on spoken communication, 93% of the message is considered to be based on a person’s nonverbal behavior and inflection and tone. Therefore, HOW you are communicating is more important than the words that you actually say. People are in relationship with how you are being rather than what you are saying.
Reward people for doing things right. People thrive on recognition and praise. They will be as “great” as you hold them to be!
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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EGO AND SOUL.. Ego represents the false self, while the soul represents the true self.
In ego energy its all about ME, and only ME. In soul energy it is WE.
Ego vibrates energy of separation. The soul vibrates energy of oneness, and unity.
In Ego energy you blame things on life. In soul energy you praise life for all the things you receive.
Ego is hostility. The soul is friendliness.
Ego is resentment. The soul is forgiveness.
Ego magnifies pride. The soul magnifies love.
In ego energy we tend to complain a lot. In soul energy we become filled with gratitude.
Ego is represented in Jealousy. The soul is represented in co-happiness.
Ego is represented in Anger. The soul is represented in happiness.
In ego energy we enjoy to feel powerful. In soul energy we enjoy being humble.
Ego is materialism. Soul is spiritualism.
Ego is madness. Soul is wisdom.
Ego creates war. The soul creates peace.
Ego creates coldness. The soul creates sympathy.
In ego energy we are past/future oriented. In soul energy we live in the NOW.
Ego is self-denial. The soul is self-acceptance.
In ego energy we fear. In soul energy we become filled with love.
Although ego is not easy to define, it is clear that all negativity are the creation of ego. Lets not forget that we do have ego for a reason, the ego represented in the physical mind is meant to be there in order for us to learn, and grow. One cannot eliminate ego, but to be awakened is to be able to control this ego, and identify it when it surface to the conscious mind. In doing so, we evolve, and completely understand our purpose in life.
Ego is pretty much our temporal self, and once we know that our true-self is greater, stronger, and eternal, ego can be controlled. All it takes is a face to face confrontation. By affirming and yielding any negative energy that comes from ego to our true-self, weakness does not stand a chance. For example, if one feels angry, the following affirmation should be used “The God-power within me is greater than the energy that caused this anger. I yield this energy of weakness to my true-self” continue to say and feel these words, and allow the God-power within you to take over your mind, and it is a promise that ego will vanish, and when it does, be grateful, and give thanks to this divine power within you. www.skoralifecoach.com
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Your attitude toward life reflects the way you interpret your world. Your experience is impacted not so much by what life brings you, but by the way your mind interprets what happens.
If you don’t like something that happens and you cannot change it, at least change the way you think about it!
Triggers that cause negative thinking:
Overgeneralizing: assuming that because it happened once, it will happen again.
Catastrophizing: predicting and expecting the worst outcome.
Mind-reading: believing that you know what others are thinking.
Exaggerating: giving negative events more importance than they deserve.
Personalizing: taking things very personally without evidence to support it.
Blaming yourself: accepting blame–“it’s all my fault.”
Extremes: using extremist words, like “always,” “never,” “nobody,” and so on.
People take you at your own estimation of yourself, so it is important that you behave “as if” you can do something well or that life is good. Remember that “like attracts like,” so if you put out negative thoughts, you are likely to attract more negativity to yourself. Be your own best advocate!
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