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When a developing country needs a new breath of fresh ideas and enthusiast energy in respect with their culture and traditions – how about starting with a few Easy Feng Shui Steps!?

In synergy with what is available locally, including cultural ideas/designs, common sense, taste and enthusiasm – my first easy Feng Shui steps created a total different welcome reception area for this local company in Honiara (Solomon Islands).

My recommendations were culturally appropriate, respectful, clear and simple – they can be found on one of my recent posts ‘The Focal Point’.

General Manager and staff were interested to some suggestions. They choose new fabric for the seats in their waiting area, purchased a few sqm of new flooring and then… really got into the swirl of changes! Every week a few new transformations are happening: from staff bringing fresh flowers from their garden to new ideas for their work and workplace.

Before & after photo speak for themselves 🙂

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Before

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After : Plans and publications are now on display on the opposite wall of the seats – people get up and read them!

Today, staff continue implementing changes every week. And every little change, each time, brings awareness to the placement of desks, seats, posters, logos and more! A better placement is changing the energy flow – staff and company are blossoming!

A welcome area is contagious. Visitors comment and are interested to know what’s happened and what’s happening. Honiarans are keen to learn how they can make their homes and business more welcoming too.

roseline in HoniaraI’m so happy and privileged to be here 🙂

Roseline Deleu
International Feng Shui Master, Author, Business, Homes & Life Style Designer

www.fengshuisteps.com

 

 

 

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