Feng Shui Goes to the Office: How to Thrive from 9 to 5

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - House & Home - 293 pages
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"If what you do at work feels like play, don't bother to read this book. But if bringing these disparate realities closer together is a goal, Feng Shui Goes to the Office can help. This book is designed to make work feel as satisfying as play . . . to help you identify what parts of work are blissful and what parts need other supports." -- From the Introduction Who has not, at some point, looked around his or her workspace and felt decidedly uninspired, de-energized, or distracted by what is a less than optimal environment? Whether you write copy in a creative field or crunch numbers in the financial world, your office surroundings have a profound effect on your health, happiness, and, yes, success. Feng shui master and bestselling author Nancilee Wydra can help you design a more productive space or, at the very least, help you make minimal adjustments that can result in big differences. Whether you have a window office in a high-rise, a putty-colored cubicle without natural light, a make-do home office, or a simple desktop in the hall, Feng Shui Goes to the Office offers astonishingly simple techniques for creating a more balanced workplace. Just the simple act of relocating a phone, adding a splash of color, or incorporating better lighting can make a valuable difference. Nancilee Wydra, founder of the Pyramid School of Feng Shui, conducts feng shui workshops across the country. The most published American on the topic, she is the author of Feng Shui: The Book of Cures, Feng Shui in the Garden, and Feng Shui and How to Look Before You Love. Wydra lives in Vero Beach, Florida.

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Contents

What Is Feng Shui?
3
What Is Work?
15
What Do I Need?
35
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About the author (2000)

Nancilee Wydra, founder of the Pyramid School of Feng Shui, conducts feng shui workshops across the country and has written for publications such as Redbook and House and Garden.

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