This entire month our focus has been on perspective shifting. We’ve talked about: Getting ready to sell your home – the perspective of ‘my home’ vs ‘ a home (a product)’. Setting up a new home – the shift of perspective of ‘old’ vs ‘new’. De-cluttering – the shift of perspective of “holding on’ vs
Do you find you have one room where you store things you find unnecessary or are keeping things to maybe use in your house yet you can’t throw them away? If you find yourself stuck in this situation, then think twice because that dumping room of yours actually holds a much higher value to be occupied wisely.
As part of our month-long focus on shifting our perspective, this week we’re going to be talking about decluttering and why it’s so difficult. The process typically starts with a phone call that initiates a first consultation. It is during the consultation that I’ll hear the following: I know I have to let some things
Once the paperwork has been signed and sorted, the next steps for moving house is packing up the old and sending it to the new. The kitchen is one of the first places that can be boxed up by packing the less-used appliances, utensils and dishes first and leaving the everyday items until last before
When we assist clients in setting up a new home, we typically run into a situation where the ‘old’ clashes with ‘the new’. Most often, it is the furniture that does not work in the new space or the colours are not right. There are a few things you can do to be proactive with
When I get called in for a consultation with individuals and/or families who are ready to sell their home, I start with an on-site consultation to see the property. It is during this time that I typically hear one of two things right near the start: I know what you’re going to say, we have
Last week I had the opportunity to attend a one-day seminar titled, ‘The Power of Perspective’. There were two main reasons why I attended the seminar: My own Business Coach, Elizabeth Critchley , was the facilitator so I knew it was going to be filled with content and information that I would be able to use. I