Clutter, whether physical or digital, actually slows down your rate of productivity. Here is a list of four ways you can declutter your office space.
In today’s fifth and final installment in our five part series on Feng Shui tips for your home office space, this week we’re talking about organizing your work space.
Nothing stymies productivity quite like clutter; it distracts you and interferes with your workflow, and it only goes away if you do something about it. Clearing the clutter from your workspace should not be used as an excuse to avoid work, and if you get into the habit of maintaining a more organized office you also end up creating a naturally clutter free space. Maintaining an organized office can be achieved by implementing three simple steps that should become part of your daily routine.
Feng Shui uses the five elements of nature to correct the negative energy and support positive energy in the office or working environment.
The fact is that eco-friendly business practices can be good for your finances as well. Listed below are a few simple, effortless and cost-effective steps to do that.
You are spending a significant portion of your day in your office, so the environment needs to be comfortable, inviting and organized, least of all if you ever see clients in your office. The more comfortable and organized your workspace is, the calmer and more productive you are, but you remain responsible for whatever finds its way into your office.