February 5, 2013

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YOU SPOKE, I LISTENED...

 

I'm putting together 5 Interactive Tele-Workshops for this Spring - end of March, April

 Sessions- 1 HOUR EACH WEEK

 

I will provide Conference Call number and PIN

 

Up Coming Workshops:

Got clutter? Emotional, Physical or Emotional?

Here you go!!!

 

Want your life to be more organized, simplified with less stuff around you or flying around in your head?

Early Registration $99 for 4 sessions, After March 17, $125 for 4 sessions 

  1. Dealing with and Removing Mental Clutter 4 sessions am and pm
  2. Too Much Stuff, What Stays and What Goes, Physical Clutter 4 sessions am and pm
  3. This Hurts, Emotional Clutter 4 sessions am and pm
  4. OMG, Get Rid of This!, Paper and Digital Clutter 4 sessions am and pm
  5. Transitions, the Next Step In Life, 4 sessions am and pm

Who's in?

Which one would you like to sign up for?

Let me know your interest and time and email me at

 

If you are feeling stuck and want to hear incredible transformation stories, come join me TODAY, Feb. 5th - http://bit.ly/positiveshift

 

 

Sallie 

 

Sallie Felton, CMC, PCC

Life Coach/Transition Specialist

International Talk Radio Host

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#1 Best Selling Author and Motivational Speaker

 

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Our February theme is all about relationships, communication and love. I came across this from Vicki Hitzges. Many get over anxious about a relationship; anxious at best. See if the below excerpt brings more clarity for you as you move forward.

 

Excerpted from
Attitude Is Everything: 10 Rules for Staying Positive
by Vicki Hitzges

  

Wait to Worry

I used to worry. A lot. The more I fretted, the more proficient I became at it. Anxiety begets anxiety. I even worried that I worried too much! Ulcers might develop. My health could fail. My finances could deplete to pay the hospital bills. A comedian once said, "I tried to drown my worries with gin, but my worries are equipped with flotation devices." While not a drinker, I certainly could identify! My worries could swim, jump and pole vault!

To get some perspective, I visited a well known Dallas businessman, Fred Smith. Fred mentored such luminaries as motivational whiz Zig Ziglar, business guru Ken Blanchard and leadership expert John Maxwell. Fred listened as I poured out my concerns and then said, "Vicki, you need to learn to wait to worry." As the words sank in, I asked Fred if he ever spent time fretting. (I was quite certain he wouldn't admit it if he did. He was pretty full of testosterone - even at age 90.) To my surprise, he confessed that in years gone by he had been a top-notch worrier!

"I decided that I would wait to worry!" he explained. "I decided that I'd wait until I actually had a reason to worry - something that was happening, not just something that might happen before I worried." "When I'm tempted to get alarmed," he confided, "I tell myself, 'Fred, you've got to wait to worry! Until you know differently, don't worry.' And I don't. Waiting to worry helps me develop the habit of not worrying and that helps me not be tempted to worry."

Fred possessed a quick mind and a gift for gab. As such, he became a captivating public speaker. "I frequently ask audiences what they were worried about this time last year. I get a lot of laughs," he said, "because most people can't remember. Then I ask if they have a current worry - you see nods from everybody. Then I remind them that the average worrier is 92% inefficient - only 8% of what we worry about ever comes true."

 

  

 

Coach in a Box

Coach in a Box  

Ready to declutter your own life? Now you can! Take Life Coach and Author Sallie Felton's "Coach in a box" class and you will be guided step-by-step through all the stages of decluttering the physical, mental, and emotional areas of your life.

 

Check it out here: Coach in a Box

 

KEEPING YOU IN THE LOOP

  

With the radio now on hold and behind me for now, I am taking my newsletter and filling it with tidbits, resources and up-to-date information.  Each month I will focus on a theme; Here's what I have outlined:

  

JANUARY................New Year New You, Be Kind to Yourself

FEBRUARY..............Relationships, Making Them Positive

MARCH.....................Shoveling Out, Finding Your Authenticity

APRIL........................How to Blossom from the Inside Out  

MAY...........................Decluttering: Mental, Physical & Emotional

JUNE.........................Self Care, Finding Time for You

JULY..........................Making more with Family Fun

AUGUST....................What's Important vs. Priority

SEPTEMBER.............What We Learn from Transitions

OCTOBER.................Letting Go Doesn't Need to be so Hard

NOVEMBER.............Remaking Traditions...Yours

DECEMBER..............Do You Need More Stuff? Giving of Self

 

Sallie's TV Interviews

 

This month of January, I'm giving you tips, resources and tools to help you be the best you can be...~Listen in...Sallie's interview with James Rick highlighting "How to Declutter from the Inside Out"...Click here to listen 

 

 

Sallie's latest TV Interview with "SIMPLY TALKING SHOW",  on December 4, 2012.

Title:  IF I'M SO SMART, WHY DO I HAVE THIS CLUTTER?  (The 3 forms:  Mental, Phsical and Emotional and how it affects us all.)

Go to: Check it out here

  

 

Lights...Camera...Action - Sallie being interviewed on TV...more to follow...Check it outTV Shoot

 

  

 

Interviews with Sallie

 

Sallie not only enjoys interviewing her guests, but it is a privilege for her to be invited to be interviewed by others and sharing her stories...

 

~Listen in...Sallie will be Dr. Jo Anne White's guest on her blogtalk radio show
Power Your Life" on October 10 at
noon EST.

 

Choose a link and listen to the interview:

http://www.drjoannewhite.com/sallie-felton-if-im-so-smart-why-cant-i-get-rid-of-this-clutter/

 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jo-anne-white/2012/10/10/sallie-felton-why-cant-i-get-rid-of-clutter-1

 

 

~Listen in...Sallie was recently interviewed by Kate Hennessy's radio show, "Get Through The Cobwebs of Life" ...where she discussed..."Are you constipated with clutter?" 

Click here to listen

 

 

~Listen in...Sallie's interview with James Rick highlighting "How to Declutter from the Inside Out"...

Click here to listen

 

"What would it feel like if your life were exactly the way you wanted it to be?"

 

Sincerely,

Sallie

 

Sallie Felton, CMC, PCC

Life Coach/Transition Specialist

International Talk Radio Host

#1 Bestselling Author, Motivational Speaker

P.O. Box 264HamiltonMA 01936

Office: 978-626-0090

Cell: 978-852-4770 

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