In Case You Missed It…

Happy Monday! As we enter a new week, we hope the following stories will inspire and inform you for success. Enjoy! Joint Decision: N.Y.U. picks architects for ‘Zipper’ project (The Villager) Change Your View: 8 easy feng shui changes to make right now (Mashable) Smart CRE: What 75% of surveyed teams say are the core of their data & analytics strategy (JLL) In Honor of Martin Luther King Jr.: Keep Moving Forward (Habitually Chic) Get Fit While You Sit: This Stool Forces You To Work Out (Co Exist) Be Present & Be A Rockstar: 5 Ways to Connect and Build Trust With People (Inc.) The Most of Your Money: What $750,000 Buys You in New York City (NY Times Real Estate) Minimalist & Cozy: A look into Euclid’s San Francisco Office (Office Lovin’)

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4 Secret Weapons To Increase Office Productivity

As a company that monitors workplace trends, we aim to provide the best products to the tailored needs of our clients. Whether they are end users, architects, designers or project managers, these clients often ask us: what can we do to help increase staff and office productivity in the space? We’ve gathered 4 of our secret weapons that we use in our own office to help with productivity – and hope that they spark some inspiration for you and your team! workware By Haworth Created to increase connectivity and collaboration in the office, workware is a family of products that help users share what their projects on a screen for others to view – with the ability to view up to four user screens at once. workware allows users to connect wirelessly through the product’s easy to use system, or through HDMI wire connections. The best thing about workware is it’s capability to have think […]

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Guest Post: How Important Is Building An Online Persona for Late Adapters?

 Written By Scott Lesizza, Co-Founder and Principal of Workwell Partners I read somewhere that unsolicited advice is the strongest sign of arrogance. And to an extent, I agree.  So what I’m sharing is what has worked for me in the past. I’m not a huge fan of the “5 reasons that XYZ will make you better”. Perhaps in sharing some of what has worked for me (through trial and much error!) maybe I can help a few people avoid mistakes that I have had to learn the hard way. Karma will find a way to return the favor. I am 42, and pretty much missed the Facebook and Twitter hype by five years. My thought at the time was that both were for the self indulgent. Truth is – they can be, but only if used incorrectly. I pretty much avoided them on principal; Big mistake. But it’s never too late. By taking the advice of […]

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Guest Post: How To Break A Sales Slump and Get Your Mojo Back

 Written by Scott Lesizza, Co-Founder and Principal at Workwell Partners Mojo..  Every society has a word or term for it. Webster’s describes it as: “a power that may seem magical and that allows someone to be very effective, successful, etc”. The word itself invokes images of some mystical force. Sometimes it’s referred to as being in “the zone” or “on point” and on the flipside, “The Yips” when we lose it.  So, what can you do to get out of a slump? If there is one thing I have learned in my professional (and personal) life is that the highs and lows run in spurts. The beauty of highs and lows is that you would never be able to appreciate the good times without occasionally experiencing the bad – and losing one’s mojo. Here are a few tips that I use when I need to get my mojo back: Take a few days off. Coaches […]

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