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A Place to Call Home

We are looking for a place to call home. In this case, I’m talking specifically about a place of work – that FEELS like home. I’ve had many jobs over the years, and I’m sure many of you have also. Not every job is comfortable. Indeed, not every job is manageable. But after some trial and error, it becomes more clear which aspects are required to make us feel at home.
Lets first explore where you currently work. You may be in a corporate environment, independent office, or an entrepreneur. Your work circumstances will greatly inform the feeling that you get from working there. Consider these attributes: Sounds, Noise-level, Volume, Number of Employees sharing office, Positivity, Negativity, Friendships, Paint Color, Comfort of Accommodations, Temperature, and even the proximity of parking. All these can affect how you feel when you go to a job. For those of you who work from home, the same attributes contribute towards your comfort level. How have you arranged the environment.? Is your space filled with distractions? Do you have a system for staying in contact and making connections with other humans?

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