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Office Space Maximization- How to make the most of your office’s floor plan


September

24

by Nathan Strum

Photo by jnyemb (Flickr) By Nathan Strum For most people, an office represents someplace they would rather not be. But with a little ingenuity and some design creativity, you can turn your office space, no matter what size it may be, into a place that encourages productivity and maximizes the effective use of space. Take a … Continue reading Office Space Maximization- How to make the most of your office’s floor plan

Office Space Designs From Across The World


September

02

by Nathan Strum

Photo by Elliott Brown (Flickr) By Nathan Strum People who work from a home office through a virtual office often forget just how much freedom they truly have. When you work from your own home office, you can decorate that office however you want. Sometimes it helps to draw on inspiration from other cultures and see … Continue reading Office Space Designs From Across The World

Feng Shui Tips For Your Office Space


August

27

by Nathan Strum

Photo by Travis Isaacs (Flickr) By Nathan Strum While I do not usually subscribe to superstition, I’ll admit that I believe in feng shui. As a virtual office professional, I understand how the transition from an office cubicle to working from home through a virtual office can be a bit difficult. One of the best ways … Continue reading Feng Shui Tips For Your Office Space

3 Great Uses for an Hourly Office


February

12

by Allison

Freelancers who choose to work from home, or startups that need to be together to get work done and build the business, may not necessarily want another permanent place to work. The home office, the garage, or the current startup headquarters works just fine. But, things can happen at the preferred place to work to … Continue reading 3 Great Uses for an Hourly Office

Why Freelancers Need an Executive Suite


December

18

by Allison

Are you a freelancer or considering freelancing? The number of freelancer workers in the US workforce is expected to outgrow full-time workers by 2020, so the question shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Although part of what it means to be a freelancer is to not be confined by a cubicle, it might not be … Continue reading Why Freelancers Need an Executive Suite

Why You Need a Top CEO Coach or Peer Group


September

25

by Allison

As Chief Executive Officer, you are expected to know everything, to handle all situations with aplomb and assurance, to lead your company with the confidence that you can do it all, and probably run someone else’s company with the same success. This would include virtual offices, as Marissa Mayer had to handle in the early … Continue reading Why You Need a Top CEO Coach or Peer Group

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