As the quote by W. Clement Stone mentions, you are a product of your environment, which is why it’s so important for an entrepreneur to hire a home stager. When it comes to your home, the effect it has on your life is greater than you can imagine as it affects your health, productivity, and happiness.
What affect does the home environment have on an Entrepreneur?
Your space will build you up and ensure success or drag you down with continuous struggles. Take this opportunity to dive deeper into how your home environment affects your business and life. The goal is to create a place to relax, rewind, and rejuvenate while building energy and inspiration to embrace the world head-on.
What affect does the home environment have on relationships or business?
This fast-paced world is in constant acceleration and society has convinced the entrepreneur that you must be fast to succeed. Seldom do you take the time to stop long enough to observe how your home environment affects you, your relationships, and your career on a daily basis, as the “busyness” of life takes over. Take a deep breath, slow down, and be conscious of your environment. Stop and really look at the piles and your space you live in each day? What are you subconsciously thinking about when it comes to your space? Have you thought about how your space is affecting your home life and those around you?
What is your space saying?
Take a deep breath, slow down, and be conscious of your environment. Stop and really look at the piles and your space you live in each day? What are you subconsciously thinking about when it comes to your space? For an entrepreneur, you have to think about how your space is affecting your home life, your business, and those around you?
1. What is my environment saying to me and to others?
2. What do I want my home environment to say or express to others?
3. How are reflections of my home environment holding me back or moving me forward?
The truth is the quality of your life, career, and environments both at work and at home are all intimately connected.
In recent years, the companies that consistently make the best places to work are often the places with the best work environments and employee-friendly business practices. The underlying components of these awards and judgments by potential recruits is the combination of a work-life balance and the way the employees feel at work which is a direct reflection on the space they are forced to work in every day.
If you look at successful companies such as Google, SAS, and The Boston Consulting Group, they all have impeccable and stimulating environments to promote a high quality of life at work. Such companies reap the rewards of such spatial advantages and overall employee happiness to retain top talent, minimize turnover, and increase productivity. The home environment is no different.
How can a Home Stager help an Entrepreneur?
The space you choose to surround yourself in will directly affect your life in all capacities. For the entrepreneur, home and work are often tightly woven together. Home Stagers are not just to sell your home. They can also Stage to Live! A home stager can address clutter issues and emotionally connect you to your home. Creating a place for you to relax, rewind, and rejuvenate while building energy and inspiration to embrace your business and the world head-on.
Author, Trainer, LifeDesigner®
Melinda Smith, CPO® organizes, optimizes, and implements action plans, training, and consulting. Great referrals are Entrepreneurs, executives, and companies looking for a sustainable change with work, home, & you. Melinda has worked with companies and individuals for over 20 years conducting workshops across the East Coast that included over 60 cities in 19 states. Focus topics include Strategic Thinking, Teambuilding, Organization, Balance Strategies, Stress Management, and Embracing Change. Melinda was one of the first 200 in the nation to achieve a Certified Professional Organizer status and is a graduate of the Western School of Feng Shui (pronounced feng shway). Melinda has owned Balance & Harmony 360², Inc., since 2003 and is the author of The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony OWL (Organize With a focus to Liberate) Kit that includes a book, workbook, F.O.C.U.S. Journal, and five products to systematically organize Work, Home, and You.
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