Feng Shui in the Workplace: Arrange your space for success

Feng Shui has been incorporated into work environments since the 1980’s when Payne-Weber, Citibank and Donald Trump applied feng shui techniques to their businesses. Becoming aware of how your physical environment affects your creativity and vitality can offer many benefits. In this guest episode, you’ll learn how your business success is supported by your space.

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5 Comments
    • Hi Serina,

      Thank you for your comment for the episode ” Arrange Your Space for Success.” Always happy to motivate the clearing of desks and cleaning of workplaces.

      For your situation of not having an office door, I would offer these ideas:

      (1) An open office can bring opportunity and lots of activity. Ever feel distracted, too busy or overwhelmed? If so, you can bring balance by adding a barrier (a plant, a piece of furniture as divider, an artsy mobile) to create borders or boundaries in the space.

      (2) You can apply the door ideas (clean, freshly painted, clean glass, all parts work, opens easily, moves freely without obstruction, also well-lit) to the front door of your home since that is the “Big Door” for entering into your work environment.

      Hope that is helpful!

  1. Hi Serina,

    Thank you for your comment for the episode ” Arrange Your Space for Success” Always happy to motivate the clearing of desks and cleaning of workplaces.

    For your situation of not having an office door, I would offer these ideas:

    (1) An open office can bring opportunity and lots of activity. Ever feel distracted, too busy or overwhelmed? If so, you can bring balance by adding a barrier (a plant, a piece of furniture as divider, an artsy mobile) to create borders or boundaries in the space.

    (2) You can apply the door ideas (clean, freshly painted, clean glass, all parts work, opens easily, moves freely without obstruction, also well-lit) to the front door of your home since that is the “Big Door” for entering into your work environment.

    Hope that is helpful!

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