Feng Shui at Work: Arranging Your Work Space for Peak Performance and Maximum Profit

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Villard, 1998 - Business & Economics - 109 pages
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For centuries, people have relied on the power of feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of placement, to bring good luck and prosperity. Now, with this easy step-by-step guide to feng shui in the workplace, you can improve your chances for promotion, your financial success, and your relationships with colleagues and clients--just by rearranging your office furniture!
        With feng shui, subtle changes--such as the placement of your desk or the use of color in a room--can bring dramatic results. Feng Shui at Work offers easy solutions to common problems in the workplace. Learn to:

¸  use your professional goals to create personalized feng shui enhancements
¸  choose where you sit in a meeting to give you the most control and to gain support for your ideas
¸  jump-start your creativity by clearing energy-clogging clutter from your desk
¸  boost your corporate finances by adding a fish tank to the right place in your office
¸  use a desk lamp to reduce workplace stress--by balancing the yin and yang in your office
¸  improve your relationships with colleagues by moving your desk

        Bestselling author Kirsten M. Lagatree adapts the ancient rules of feng shui to the modern office with easy-to-follow tips for any workplace. Here are creative ideas for enhancing feng shui in a conservative corporate environment, ways to counteract problems resulting from too much electronic equipment, and tips for the home office. In clear language, she explains how to arrange every kind of work space--from cubicle to kitchen table--to put feng shui to work for you.

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Kirsten M. Lagatree is the author of the bestselling Feng Shui: Arranging Your Home to Change Your Life and the co-author of The Home Office Solution: How to Balance Your Professional and Personal Lives While Working at Home.

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