Office Feng Shui is renowned throughout the Orient and many a Feng Shui battle has been fought over one office building or another. The most important question in order to start is to think about what type of business you are running and how to incorporate Feng Shui tips. Feng Shui can lead to finding prosperity.
Let’s say you are not “The Donald” with all the choices he has, but rather you have decide to keep an office in your home. The key here is that your office is a sacred space for generating support, so be sure that it is private and tidy. Organization is a fundamental Feng Shui principle. Most office space at home is generally small so being organized is the key! There has to be a flow that allows you to move in and out of the space without barriers.
One Feng Shui secret—no difficulties in your office space will translate to no difficulties in your work. The office needs to have a sense of calmness and peacefulness so you can think. You want to perform your work creatively, having a flow will lend to that environment being productive. If you are living with roommates or family members, this office space is off limits. It is a designated work area and it is important to keep it that way as to avoid problems. Harmony is a key to Feng Shui living.
If your office is outside the home, ask yourself what you want to achieve in this space in order to use Feng Shui tips. Office Feng Shui can apply to any type of business. For a doctor’s office, you want the office to be on the ground floor so patients will have no problem getting in and out quickly and safely. Business offices, on the other hand, take a different tone. Yes, it is serious, but it needs to be friendly and warm to encourage those that visit.
Law offices may have leather and large book cases giving the statement of authority and protection. Business offices in the Orient are filled with great art and design to give the feelings of affluence and abundance. Someone entering an office that is more of a warehouse is not going to feel the prosperity of the business. That is generally not a place to meet clients.
The main idea of office Feng Shui is to create comfort and security. The more secure your employees feel, the harder they will work to keep such a great job. Of course, one has to look at the offices of Bill Gates’ employees to see how well Feng Shui works to generate creativity, nurturing, and prosperity. So find your office space, make it your own, allow it to be organized, and keep it personal, because it is all about you and the work you are creating.