Is your desk facing the wall, facing the window, or in direct line with the door? Can you see the door when you are sitting at the desk? The placement of your desk influences your prosperity, peace of mind, and opportunities for success.

One of my clients had her desk in direct line with the door; getting things accomplished was a struggle. She had been working on a project without much progress. When she moved her desk into the correct position, within two days she had her project finished. She was surprised by the quick results.

Furniture placement is a Feng Shui remedy that shifts chi and creates flow in your life.

Where and how you arrange the furniture in your space creates ease and flow, or struggle and stagnation. The last thing you need is to have your business gasping for air and struggling to stay alive.

How you arrange the furniture in your office directly influences your personal power and professional success.
How do you feel in your office? Overwhelmed, disorganized, stressed, confident, productive, or prosperous?
If your furniture placement does not support success, you will work harder and longer and use more energy to get things done.

3 Feng Shui actions you can take to increase your prosperity, productivity, and peace of mind:

  • Place your desk in the Command Position. The Command Position puts you in charge and brings you more opportunities, prosperity, and peace of mind. Command position is the furthest from the door, facing the door, but not in direct line with the door. For example, if you enter your office door on the right side of the room, the desk will be positioned in the back left corner, facing the door. When you move the desk to this position, you will immediately notice changes.
  • The placement of your desk chair is best if a wall behind it supports it. This gives you a view of the door, which allows you to see people as they arrive and opportunities coming your way.
  • Your desk needs walking access on both sides to ensure ease of planning and action. If your desk has one side against the wall, you spend more effort and energy doing business than necessary.

When you change one thing, it changes everything. The changes you make with furniture placement pave the way for the personal and business changes you seek.
I wonder what changes you will experience after you move your desk.

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