Using Feng Shui to Positively Transform Your Work Space: Part 1 – Introduction

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Using Feng Shui to Positively Transform Your Work Space: Part 1 – Introduction

Creating a Healthy Work Space:  Part 1 – Introduction

In Part 1 of her latest article, Nina explains how to create a healthy workspace to help you work better, stay focussed and reach your maximum potential. A good work space and working environment will ensure you have a more positive attitude to your job, more patience with customers, and be easier to get along with thereby promoting better teamwork. Just as important in feng shui terms are the ergonomics of your workspace set up, which not only ensures your health and safety at work, but also your well-being. The many benefits of a happy, healthy work space include how you represent your company and the corporate image you project, the way you feel towards your colleagues and how you deal with them, and the way you interact with your customers and how you handle them. Also, a better workspace can increase concentration which leads to higher output, more accuracy, quicker tasking, faster decision-making capabilities, finding solutions easily, and a much more creative approach. You can therefore reach your highest potential in your career more quickly and easily with better promotional opportunities, and this in turn this leads to a feeling of achievement and real job satisfaction, as well as a greater sense of job security. The most important aspects to designing an office using feng shui principles will be covered in my blog in 8 Parts and the list of issues to consider will be added to on a regular basis in the order of importance as follows: 

Part 2 – The Power Seat in the Room 

Part 3 – Your Desk and Chair and Ergonomics 

Part 4 – Space and Work Surfaces 

Part 5 – Organisation and Tasking 

Part 6 – Light and Air 

Part 7 – Colour and Psychology 

Part 8 – Positivity and Creativity

Next week read my next blog in this series, Part 2 – The Power Seat in the room

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