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How To Empower The Space You Spend Most Time In…

I truly believe in using all possible ways to enrich and empower ourselves. One way to do that is to spice up the areas where you live, sleep, and/or spend more of your time. In this video, I am going to share with you the room/office where I do most of my thinking, research and take action.

This way, you can get ideas and actually FEEL the diffrence it makes. It is really not the same when I do my thinking outside this space!

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Ok now that you have seen it here is your homework. Go and study some of the elements of feng shuai. Colors, elements, smells and orientation. Don’t become an expert just spend 30 min to an hour.

Then choose your space. Make sure it is free of clutter and has elements that empower you! Next, take pictures and email me, I would love to see your work!

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14 Responses to How To Empower The Space You Spend Most Time In…

  1. Kevin March 28, 2012 at 6:46 PM #

    Love it, John. We spent time this weekend ushering out the old and in the new at our place! So important! :)

    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 4:02 PM #

      Cool… I love new stuff and therefore I love shopping!

  2. Adrienne March 29, 2012 at 9:26 AM #

    Nice space John and I wish I had an entire room for my office. Unfortunately I have a very small one bedroom condo so my space is limited but I’m very organized and neat so there is no clutter anywhere in my entire home.

    I do have a nice plant beside my desk and I burn fresh scents everyday so it spells wonderful as I sit here and work. Plus I have my vision board right over my desk so I look at that every single day.

    What I do love about my home though, even though it is small, is that I have two big sliding glass doors so I work by natural sunlight 99.9% of the time. On cloudy days I will close the blinds and work via the desk lamp.

    Thanks for showing us around.


    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:59 PM #

      I love sunlight and natural light! I saw this company that actually specialized in bringing natural light to office spaces.. very cool! Thank you for sharing as well Adrienne!

  3. Christi Johnson March 29, 2012 at 6:23 PM #

    There is really something special about creating a space that completely belongs to you. I have never looked at feng shuai, but I have visited the homes of friends who incorporated some elements. Their homes were always more inviting than the homes of people I knew who did not purposely organize their furniture to create space that resonated. Well..I guess it’s time for me to organize my office. Again. ;)

    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:58 PM #

      Hey christi! Make sure you send me some pictures when you do!

  4. Jamella Biegel March 31, 2012 at 5:00 PM #

    Hi John,

    Thanks for sharing your work space with us. It’s a coincidence that I am planning to set up my office very soon. This week, I am redecorating my bedroom, and the office is next. I’ve heard of feng shui, but don’t know much about it. Seems like it would be a good thing to start with while setting up my office. Thanks for the suggestion!

    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:57 PM #

      Hey Jamella… I don’t know too much about it either I just did a little bit of reading and organization to fit my little research! Send me some pics when you are done with it!

  5. David Sharp March 31, 2012 at 9:10 PM #

    Love this idea John and it makes perfect sense to have our working enviroment, where most of our creativity will come from, as perfectly ‘tuned’ as possible. Jane and myself have virtually turned our living room into a pleasant workspace, we don’t put the television on in the evening and I work on my computer whilst Jane either works on her’s or is playing the chello or writing her latest book or poem.

    It makes for a really great atmosphere, if you know what I mean.


    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:56 PM #

      Absolutely understand… I can imagine you guys in the cold winter, with the fireplace you working her playing the cello! How very cultural! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Val Heisey April 1, 2012 at 5:33 AM #

    Hey John, I have studied Feng Shui a little bit too, and have used it with great success. Allowing the Chi to flow without obstruction is key to having a peaceful and productive setting. Thanks for tying this to our business life. It is very important!

    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:55 PM #

      Cool… yeah I definitely miss this room when I am not around!

  7. Juli Becker April 1, 2012 at 11:10 AM #


    I am a true believer in creating ‘atmosphere’, aka feng shui. Most intriguing to me from your video was your calming music – very soothing. I liked it, and I like what you’ve done with your work space.

    Thanks for sharing this part of your life with us!


    • johnmoussan April 2, 2012 at 3:51 PM #

      Thanks Julie for the feedback…. I paid a lot of money for a coaching program and one of the very first assignments was to organize a space that is empowering!

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