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Create a Motivating Workspace for Yourself

Monday, June 11, 2018

Your workspace is the last place you’d want to see disorganized. Also, regardless of what you do, having an inspiring and motivating work environment can sometimes be crucial for your performance.

However, keeping your workspace organized is one thing – brushing it up is something else. You’ll need to put more effort into cleaning it up. Then you’ll have to think about ways to improve its comfort. Finally, why not personalize your workspace?
If you’ve wondered how to make your office your favorite place to be, take a look.


Keep it clean and organized

First things first – your workspace has to be clean. While it may be hard to keep your desk totally clean during business hours, make sure not to leave it cluttered with papers or food remains before you go home. Not only will you feel better at the end of the day, but you will also have fewer things to worry about the next morning.

Similarly, in order to fully enjoy your job, everything in your office needs to have its place. From the coffee machine and office supplies to the photocopier and a waste container, everything needs to be placed in its corner. Many people overlook the importance of this. However, it’s much easier to move around your office when orderliness and tidiness are established.


Add flowers and wall art

Wall art benefits both motivation and discipline among employees. If you are an employer, think about motivational messages your employees would love to see every morning. On the other hand, if you are an employee, suggest some ideas to your employer and colleagues.
It must be cool to have an office with a view. But, if you are not lucky enough to have it, you can vivify the space by building a captivating living wall.


Speaking of plants, you can always add a vase with your favorite flowers. Adding indoor plants will reduce stress and help you make a more relaxed atmosphere in the office. Alternatively, you can always opt for lovely and exquisite artificial flowers that look very real. This is the perfect option for those who are too busy to properly take care of real plants. Nowadays, table arrangements come in a variety of unique and modern designs.


Eliminate distractions

Regardless of whether you work alone or with a team of people, you’d want to minimize distractions. This includes taking out TVs, if necessary. Unless your job requires a lot of communication, it would be wise to mute all phones as well.
Also, while wall art can help create a positive work atmosphere in your office, try not to exaggerate with artwork. Less is more - that’s what people say. Finally, if you have a loud neighbor, don’t hesitate to ask them to respect your working hours.


Update ‘To-do’ lists but keep it fun

If you work alone, there’s always room for self-improvement. While sometimes you’ll need to work on your focus and discipline, on other occasions you’ll have to give yourself a break from controlling the day.
You should always update ‘To-do’ lists by putting the most important tasks on the top of your priorities. However, you should also do everything you can to create a relaxing atmosphere for yourself. For example, you can turn on your favorite radio station or enjoy the aroma of scented candles. If circumstances permit, let your pet play around – this will put a smile on your face.


Be supportive

Those who work with other people are advised to maximize their efforts to create a positive work atmosphere. This means that you’ll have to be a good listener and feel empathy for others.
On other occasions, you’ll need to demonstrate the ability to lead, especially if your team goes through crises or struggles to maintain discipline in the workplace.
Lastly, you should also be an encourager. It’s not rare to see employees dealing with different sorts of anxieties, especially during hectic months at work. Instead of criticizing them, try to be supportive. After all, you don’t need to have a special reason to lift their spirits.
Creating an inspiring workspace can be a very demanding process. However, if your ultimate goal is to love your job every single day, this is one thing you must do as soon as possible.

Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for www.highstylife.com. She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on the lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.
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