5 Feng Shui Tips for Your Office Space with Marianne Kaplan of Feng Shui for Success

Episode 140 – Marianne enjoys the art of transforming spaces through Feng Shui practices to provide a dynamic and rewarding environment.

In addition to Feng Shui training, she combines her psychology and counseling background for extra impact. It enables her to fully understand the challenges and limitations of a busy entrepreneur.

In analyzing a space, Marianne helps clients remove and unlock roadblocks to their success. What that really means is she sets them up with their unique “Power Office.”

Marianne is currently working with Marie Diamond (from The Secret) in competing her Diamond Feng Shui Certification. She will then be licensed internationally under Marie Diamond.

Marianne’s Feng Shui Story

How Marianne started and her investment into the art. [8:08]
Working with her clients and what the results they’re looking for. [10:10]
Remote consultation. [27:39]
Her connection with Marie Diamond. [29:23]

Understanding and Feng Shui 

What is Feng Shui? [4:02]
The results when you use this technique. [8:57]
How energy comes into your home and office. [12:40]
Why never to have your back to the door. [13:11]
The influence of color. [25:28]
The Law of Attraction. [30:54]

Business Building Insights

Clutter is a big blockage to energy and opportunity. [11:37], [13:53]
Evaluate your own office space by covering these 5 points. [14:56]
Cell Phones. [36:20]
How your office setup affects you even when you’re not there! [38:40]

Valuable Resource

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

Contact Links

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2 Comments

  1. Brenda Stried on December 28, 2017 at 10:41 am

    Enjoyed listening to Marianne’s Feng Shui Story. Great advice, she is great at explaining the purpose of Feng Shui.
    Thank you
    Brenda Stried

  2. Max on January 17, 2018 at 7:15 pm

    Feng shui is probably more important in the office than any other room in your house (assuming we’re talking about a home office, that is). Trying to get work done when you’re office is a mess is pretty much impossible, even when the mess isn’t actually physically impeding you from doing something. Just looking at it stresses you out and makes it hard to get anything done.

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