The Aeron Chair by Herman Miller is a chair which is heath-positive, inclusively-sized, cross-performing, and environmentally sensitive. The designers, Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick wanted to design office chairs like the business world had never seen before. The Aeron Chair was a pioneering step in material innovation and ergonomics. So this inventive design is one that is comfortable without using cheap fabric, foam or leather. It has completely changed the perception of what an office...
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When you’re debating on purchasing a new conference table for your business, why not consider used? Used doesn’t mean that it’s scratched or dented either, although it could fall into that category. Many used pieces of furniture are of high quality at less cost because there are many reasons that furniture could be used. For example, tables and chairs may have been bought last year, but the company that bought them is changing its corporate...
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When you’re thinking about incorporating vintage furniture into your office décor, it takes balance and harmony. With balance and harmony, you can create an office which is both welcoming and comfortable. But, this doesn’t mean that you have to split the furniture 50/50 down the middle with fifty percent of contemporary furniture and fifty percent vintage furniture. If you do this, then your office will look like a mishmash of poorly designed furniture. You need...
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When you decide to replace your executive office chair for something more comfortable, what do you look for in furniture? You have to find one that you can sit in all day without killing your back. If you’re tall too, then a small chair won’t fit the length of your legs correctly. Large ones might be too large to fit your torso correctly. If you’re small, then your legs may dangle, and the back of...
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Not every good idea that seems right is right. Sometimes this is because human nature is not taken into account. Or we have assumptions on human nature, like people like working as close to friends or coworkers as much as possible, so that an idea can take off that doesn’t always work. This may be the problem that can happen with the open office. Because there are some studies which show that the open office...
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When making New Year’s resolutions and goals, enthusiasm runs high, and you’re sure that this time you’ll keep them. However, by Valentine’s Day, the daily gym workouts have dropped off, and your new goals at work achievement plan has petered out into the same old routine. So, what can you do to keep those resolutions going? Below are some steps which can take to help you achieve those goals you set out to do. The...
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If you plan on becoming successful at what you do, then you may have to make some changes. For example, morning people as professionals are usually successful people because they get a jump on the day so getting up earlier may be a good idea for you. Because it’s been shown through studies that your willpower is the strongest in the morning when you often can make decisions for the rest of the day with...
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You may tell your employees thank you occasionally throughout the year, but during the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s really a good idea to show your appreciation and thankfulness. So, below are some suggestions to do just that: Have a Thanksgiving meal for your staff:  Either the week before Thanksgiving or the week off, set aside time for everyone to take a lunch break together. Your employees can enjoy a meal together and socialize. You can organize...
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The newest technology “must-have” device is the smart watch. This watch is wearable technology and will perform the functions of your smartphone; only you wear it on your wrist. The question is, will something like this help your work/life balance or hinder it? Will you be able to separate your work life from your private life? Now a smart watch allows you to connect to the internet and access current data. You can access your...
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Both rejection and failure hurt, but what you do about it will determine how you go about the rest of your life afterward. So, you can let a rejection, or a failure, either eat away at you and stop trying; or you can shake it off and move on learning from either of them. Because you can use both rejection and failure to build on to become stronger. Below are some ways to make rejection...
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