Podcast: How to Figure Out the True Value of Yourself -The Life Unbecoming with Phoebe Mroczek - Patricia Lohan | Feng Shui Expert
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Podcast: How to Figure Out the True Value of Yourself -The Life Unbecoming with Phoebe Mroczek

We all have different experiences where we figure out what we really want for ourselves, which path are we going to choose, and even what really makes us happy in the process of knowing ourselves. Just do what you want to do and value every time knowing yourself.

In today’s show of The Live Your Dreams Awake, I had a very amazing conversation with Phoebe Mroczek. A podcaster, marketing strategist, and author. A great conversation like this with Phoebe will shed the light on what we do in our lives, the time and the value that we give ourselves is very important.

Enjoy listening!

REMEMBER – “Do what you want and do it now.”

This week’s Feng Shui tip is all about sitting in your power position. First, make sure that you choose a chair that’s solid and has a firm back. Secondly, make sure that you have a strong wall behind you to support you. And thirdly, ensure that you can see the door but that you are not directly facing it, for you not to have that full onslaught of energy coming at you. I hope that you found it useful. Please like and share with your friends.

HIGHLIGHTS OF WHAT WE COVER DURING THIS EPISODE:

  • The Importance of doing what really you want to do now
  • How to create amazing things that will fascinate the world
  • The importance of honing your skills and accepting your gifts
  • How to feel good about yourself
  • The importance of spending time for yourself

LINKS & RESOURCES:

Feng Shui Checklist

21 Feng Shui Tips

Feng Shui E-book

Books that Phoebe Mroczek is reading:
Advanced Energy Anatomy: The Science of Co-Creation and Your Power of Choice
Awareness

CONNECT WITH PHOEBE MROCZEK:

Website

Instagram

Podcast

QUOTES:

“Do what you want and do it now.”

“Give yourself some time and figure it out.”

“The more you look, the more you find.”

“Finding that comfort in the discomfort.”

“Give yourself the gift of walking a path where you’re not alone.”