When I finally decided that it’s time to transfer my office, I knew I had to call Maya first. Not only is Maya a real estate agent (which means I can avail of discounts for the office), but she is also a pure blooded Chinese woman who is an expert in feng shui and feng shui office arrangements.
Yes, I believe in feng shui—so shoot me! But there’s nothing wrong if I follow a few dos and dont’s in my office—it won’t cost me anything if the feng shui office does work or not, right? Not only did Maya tell me about feng shui in choosing the office, she also told me about how to keep the mood in the office conducive for working.
So here are a few Feng Shui Office dos and Taboos straight from Maya:
• Pick an office or work space located in a prosperous neighborhood.
• The entrance to the premise should be inviting rather than ordinary.
• The corner, with the entrance on a diagonal to the corner itself is the best site for a building.
• Use the feng shui bagua to order the interior layout of the premise.
• To have a command position, sit in the corner farthest from the entrance.