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About the Author

MICHELE SFAKIANOS is a Registered Nurse, Life Skills Expert, Speaker and Author. In 1982, she received her AS Degree in Business Data Processing/Computer Programming. In 1993, she received her Associate in Science degree in Nursing from St. Petersburg Junior College, graduating with Honors.  In 1999, Michele received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Florida International University, graduating with High Honors. She has worked her way through the different areas of nursing including Medical/Surgical, Pediatrics, Oncology, Recruitment, and Nursing Informatics. In 2009, she received her Real Estate Sales Associate license. Michele has been previously published in both Poetry Books and a Nursing Journal. Michele is also the owner of Open Pages Publishing, LLC offering quality self-publishing. Her first book “Useful Information for Everyday Living” was published October 2010 and was later changed to “The 4-1-1 on Life Skills” which was published June 2011. Her latest book “The 4-1-1 on Step Parenting” was released October 2011. She is well respected in her areas of expertise. Her years of experience as a Registered Nurse, Mother and Life Skills Expert have given her the knowledge and wisdom to write her books.

 

About the Book

The 4-1-1 on Life Skills is about basic life skills that are not always taught in school or at home. It contains those basic life skills that are utilized by adults of all ages for everyday living. The life skills included, but not limited to, are Cleaning; Cooking Basics; Laundry; Food Spoilage; Home/Car buying tips; General Repairs; Health and Nutrition; Relationships; Finance; First year baby basics; and much more! Did you ever wonder when you were getting ready to leave home for the first time, if your parents had taught you everything you needed to know to survive on your own?  Or, are you now single after a long term relationship and don’t know where to start? Do you know how to do laundry; clean a home; balance a checkbook or cook a meal? Are you aware of the different types of deposits required to either rent or buy a home?  If the answers were “yes” – good for the role models that you had! Thank them every chance you get! If the answers were “no” to most of these questions – don’t be discouraged – there is help on the way! Have you ever noticed how great you feel when you have cleaned your home or organized a room? By taking charge of your home and yourself, this will allow you to take charge of other areas of your life such as school, work, and other outside activities. What we do today, will in turn benefit us tomorrow.

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How to Prevent People From Pushing Your Buttons and Making You Angry

How many times have you blamed someone else for how you feel? “You really make me angry!” “You hurt my feelings!” “You totally embarrassed me!” Most people don’t realize that by allowing others to determine how we feel, we actually give away our personal power. We allow others to decide for us how we will feel at any given moment. When I live without power I am, in essence, a victim – I am incapable of making choices for myself and have assigned that responsibility to another. They have the power to determine my level of happiness, joy, love, esteem, misery, rage and so forth. For me, that is not ok. I am a fully functioning adult and am capable of choosing for myself just how happy or miserable I’ll be.

But how does one choose their feelings, including anger? One must first understand where feeling originate: all feelings are the direct result of what we think. Feelings come from thoughts. Throughout the day, we have hundreds or possibly thousands of experiences. For each event, we form a corresponding thought. I look outside my window and think, “My yard really needs a lot of work.” The phone rings and I say to myself, “I hope that’s my son calling from college!” My internal dialogue, the voice in my head, my thoughts, generate a corresponding feeling. I can feel depressed over the condition of my yard or angry that my husband hasn’t taken care of it. I may be ecstatic over the thought of hearing my child’s voice or dread it knowing he only calls asking for money. Either way, I decide how I want to feel. “Oh, well. The yard isn’t really that important. He’s a good husband in so many other ways.” “At least my son calls! Some parents never hear from their children.” A simple change of thought (perception) changes the emotion we experience.
Knowing this allows me to be master of my life – I alone dictate what I think, how I’ll feel, what I say or do, and the direction my life will take.

Here’s a simple equation to remember this – I call it TECO Magic: Thoughts > Emotions > Choices > Outcome.
Thoughts (which we choose) generate Emotions. Next, we act out what we feel. All behaviors and Choices are an expression of what we are feeling internally. Every decision (Choice) we make produces an Outcome, good or not good. Positive thoughts generate positive emotions which cause us to make smart choices and we create a beneficial outcome. Negative begets negative.

Choose your thoughts wisely. They determine the outcome of your life. Remember: “Where your mind goes your life follows.”
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