Rock, Scissors, Paper: Understanding How Environment Affects Your Performance On A Daily Basis helps you get ahead by improving your home or office environment.
What you have in your space and how itís arranged affect what happens in the space and in your life. In this book you will discover:
how the condition of your space could be holding you back;
how to attract positive experiences by creating a high energy environment;
the Love It, Use It or Lose Itômethod of clutter clearing.
Author Debbie Bowie, MA, MS, is a speaker, Feug Shui Practitioner, and Certified Professional Organizer. Debbie is passionate about helping people move forward with their lives. For eight years, she was principal of Simply Organized. She is now the founder and executive director of Rock Scissors Paper Institute and is committed to teaching people how making simple changes to their environment will result in amazing changes in their lives!
Read an except from Chapter 1:
Everything in your space is energy. Everything. From the papers in your files to the photographs on your desk to the quality of light in the room. Everything is energy. The quality of those energies has a profound effect on how you perform in that area.
Martin Miller, a financial advisor with Scott & Stringfellow, gave me permission to share his story. I want to give you a concrete example of what can happen if you commit yourself to treating your home or office environment with the same commitment you might treat your body and your physical health.
Read an except from Chapter 9:
Our houses, like our bodies, are living entities. Things quite naturally flow into our houses. You donít even have to work at getting things to come in. For one week, pay attention to the quantities of things flowing into your home. In one day, at the very least there will be mail. Add to that, the flow of personal items for every family member. And, if you are into shopping, watch out! Day after day of that influx results in an increasing accumulation of items. Without being conscious of it, and without conscious efforts to manage the flow of those items, your house begins filling up.
Healthy homes are those in which there is a regular flow of things both in and out. There is a regular release of wastes in the form of garbage and recycling. But, thatís definitely not enough to keep a house healthy. That is just the tip of the iceberg. To keep the energy of a house looking and feeling good, there must also be a regular outflow of things that are no longer used or loved.