Who am I, and why should anyone listen to me? At the risk of appearing narccisistic I’ve added pictures on this page so you can get to know me better.
First off, my name is Efrona Mor, I’ve been a teacher in one way or another my whole life, and I’m back in school working towards my MBA in developmental psychology. I’m an author, writer, Certified ICF Coach specializing in organizational behavior management. Which typically is a workplace/career-related area. But due to a passion for the domains of the world ignored, I began focusing on stay-at-home and single parents, start-up business—the kind that starts in the garage, and people who were out of the mainstream like bloggers, authors, and entrepreneurs like myself.
I started this subscription blog idea because humans are 33% less productive when not happily organized—but they mistake and underestimate what and how to prioritize first.
I was always the kids who wanted “all my ducks in a row,” but at the same time was the “creative abstract” of spontaneous combustion—freedom meant everything to me, which includes artistic expression, and nothing has changed. By the time I was 9-years old, I was charting my productivity with a plan. Yeah, I know cracks me up too, but all through my life, if anyone wanted to know the best way to get something done, or solve problems, they come to me.
I’ve worked the corporate job for a short stretch to realize I never wanted to work for anyone as long as I live and became an entrepreneur who failed ten times before great success. But along the way, I developed methods for prioritizing business, personal life, and love that has taken me around the world; living in half a dozen countries, and I even settled down, got married, and became a stay at home mom while, working from home, writing 3 novels, and at least 50 courses that I’m now translating for this website. And without a nanny or housekeeper.
Over the years I learned how organizational development skills are easily translated to prioritizing yourself to not just get by in life but get ahead!
I’m a mom with a 15-year-0ld that going to be about 6’6″, is a concert pianist, makes bread when I get busy, cooks dinner at times, and can play video games for 18 hours straight. And I let him because being a kid is important too. So, between “back to school, my son, my clients, friends, 52-Secrets, and now COVID, prioritizing me is the only way I’ve managed to make my dreams come true. Now I teach others how to reorganize to prioritize themselves for a more focused and better life, business, and love life.
I can’t tell you how many talented people I meet giving lectures on How to Prioritize Yourself, or through clients, sometimes in line at the supermarket, who are out there trying to make a living from their life’s story. But they continue the path of minimal success or none for the longest time. Typically they quit or change ideas before they realized the only thing they needed was to Prioritize differently. When I tell someone that they need to prioritize themselves, they think they don’t have time or need to, as it takes too much away from the already large list of things on their plate— but that’s like saying, “gas is not important in your car, let’s fill up at the end of the trip!”
I’m not a self-help coach, but rather a teacher who teaches comprehensive skills. Self-help has its place and I see greatness in it, but I don’t believe in the standardized form it has become for major life changes. I find self-learning and development through comprehensive learning platforms and focused practice that teaches tasks beyond your current level of competence, the best practice.
Experience-dependent neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s capacity to change in response to experience, repeated stimuli, environmental cues, and learning. And it can be used in many ways to ensure change becomes hardwired into your life.
Give this to a stay at home mom, light her brain on fire and the world changes for her. She is in control. She takes her home—business that’s failing and turns it around, or builds whatever dream she has buried between laundry, kids, and life. Prioritize Yourself—a smart path to life and love!
That’s what I’m about. And this kind of learning is not memorization. It’s emotional learning, somatic, and critical reflection as done in any subject you learned in college. It’s actually building a skillset—but with the addition of self-counseling and analyzing to first understand yourself better.
Why understand yourself first? You didn’t do that in college, right?
Actually, you did. And if you’re here reading this page, you’re missing something in your life. Understanding you better is no different than career counseling in high school prior to choosing your career for collage.
The difference between career and self-counseling is knowing the world around you versus the world inside of you.
What matters most in life is who you are inside and how you use it in your life. And when things fall apart, what’s strong inside you is what you can really count on. The bad things don’t make us stronger, it’s the good things we learned that get us through the ugly times that do.
HOW DOES LOVE FIT IN ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT?
So, how does the romantic relationship expertise fall in here? Don’t laugh—but my thesis is based on how organizational behavior directed at prioritizing yourself not only helps ensure prosperity in our everyday-life but in our love-life as well. I’ve been the Love Doctor my whole life!
Love spouts from the most unusual places because it grows wherever it is prioritized.the saying, “just when you least expect it, it arrives.” that is because when our guard is down, we let love in. Prioritizing yourself removes the guards! Come see how.
You start with the basics of what is happening in your life, you tear it apart, strategize, and suddenly you’re on a new planet called love.
You can do all the meditation, to-do lists, dating games, mini-courses on powering up your life, along with counseling, and nothing will work if your core is not organized and prioritized. And that means more than your emotional issues, it’s your daily life, how you eat, cook, love, live, work, study and organize to prioritize. So, going to the gym and playing dating games are squshed under the feet of those who learn how to prioritize love.
Nothing will work without a deliberate plan of action and someone to turn to through the change.
HOW DO YOU KNOW I’M AUTHENTIC?
If I’ve sparked your interest, you’ll just have to keep reading my stuff. It’s pretty obvious. I offer free articles, advice, and effort, and for those who want more in their lives and to support a Group Membership Based Program, I provide three options:
I DONT’ HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS
I’m not claiming to have all the answers, nor am I perfect. But I do have solutions that will help you get your life in order— but not always with quick fixes. That’s why I offer a full year membership. Change only begins the first three months of any program, and should be maintained for at least twelve complete months. It’s no different from college, you don’t get a BA with one course and happy stickers, let alone a course with no checks and balances. College is: introduction, review, and set it all in for graduation.
I’ll tell you something that most therapists and coaches won’t tell you. 90-day transformation classes are only an introduction. It takes 3-years to change a life. The first year, not 90 days, but 12 months and you’re a superstar. You feel it! Like power coming out of your veins. The 2nd year is maintenance/review. And the 3rd is learning more to set everything in. Sound familiar? Yes, it does, any college course.
The best way to know who I am is as I mentioned above, continue reading my blog, and feel free to contact me with comments or questions. Efrona@52-Secrets.com
I ACTUALLY CARE
You might find it hard to believe in a dog-eat-dog world that I actually care about you, but get to know me, and we, my friend, will enjoy it.
These pictures is from volunteer days. The art of organizing the kitchen to prioritizing higher education choices is crucial to many.
Welcome to Efrona Mor and 52 Secrets.
I’m lucky to have you reading my blog. Thank you for sticking around thus far.
I hope you will find success, and if I can help, I’m happy to. Email me at Efrona@52-Secrets.com
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Stay safe and sane out there,
Efrona – Team 52