Life has slowed down for the summer.
It can be hard to focus when it feels like everyone else is out at the beach, but summer is the perfect time to make Feng Shui changes to your office that will help you succeed when the action picks up in the fall.
It’s time to take Feng Shui to your office, summertime-style.
1. Clear the decks: remove everything that moves from the surfaces in your office. Leave it that way overnight or over the weekend.
When you return you’ll instantly see opportunities to replace only the things you actually use every day, creating good office Feng Shui with organization and clarity of purpose.
2. Get some fresh air: now’s the time to take a class or learn a new skill, while you have a little breathing room. What have you been wanting to learn?
Whether it seems to connect with your business or not, joining a class can serve a few Feng Shui purposes, boosting your Knowledge while creating new personal and professional Relationships.
3. Show off your souvenirs: stock your office with a few things that currently mean a lot to you in your work life.
Displaying recent achievement certificates, merit awards or reports you’re proud of having written will motivate you and bolster your Fame & Reputation.
4. Get out in the sun: Have you been hiding your talents in the shadows? Summer is the time to step up and take a chance on displaying your special skills while the office is relatively empty and safe.
Volunteer for a “stretch” job and show yourself off. When the busy fall arrives you’ll be first in line for high-visibility tasks that move your Career forward.
5. Dive in: Your work life is associated with Feng Shui’s Water element, representing both the forward motion of your Career and the depths of courage it takes to succeed.
Post a pic of your favorite watery activity to help you anchor this important energy in your work life.
Summer is the perfect time to anchor yourself in your chosen field. Bring good Feng Shui into your office now, and get ready to “harvest” business success in the fall.
(photo of a Chicago beach by ABG)