intheflow: Clearing and Cleansing the Houses of Clutter

Lifestyle Coach Milton S. Williams challenges you to evaluate the excesses in your life with honest introspection and contemplation. Through careful examination of the domains where energy accumulates, individuals and businesses can effectively strive to achieve optimum production, performance, and lifestyle/business management. Take action, move your life and business forward.

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Words: 11,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781450718943
About Milton Williams

Based in San Francisco, CA, Milton S. Williams owns and operates intheflow, llc, a consultancy firm which specializes in holistic lifestyle coaching, the flow of verbal and written communication, nutrition, and all elements of organization. Milton has an innate aptitude and sensitivity for organizing. He has been developing this trait since childhood, and now as an adult, by bringing a feng shui type order to home and workplace environments. A friend's mother described this book as a "feng shui-ing of the mind."

Fascinated by how clutter, and its obvious or subtle yet powerful energy connection, factors into everyday 21st century life, Milton drew upon his breadth of knowledge and practical experience to produce an indispensable tool and resource guide to help individuals and business professionals achieve balance and harmony. He coined the phrase 'houses of clutter' to delineate and holistically address nine prevalent energy domains where clutter accumulates and impacts modern life. Clearing and cleansing clutter is an ongoing process that requires conscientious attention, introspection, contemplation, and most importantly, action! Take action. Move your life and business forward.

Contact Milton at:

phone: 415.533.4426
email: milton@intheflowllc.com
Twitter: @MiltonSWilliams
Skype: miltonsw1

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intheflow: Clearing and Cleansing the Houses of Clutter
Intro sequence to pilot reading event, August 29, 2009.

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