The objects we choose to surround ourselves with, to decorate our spaces with, act as a reflection of who we are.
Whether we like it not, our clients, our teams, and even our own unconscious selves, are scanning them for meaning.
That first dollar bill from a paying customer. A festival wrist band. A photo of the first company office. Pictures of family.
“people’s possessions tell us even more about their personalities than face-to-face meetings”
– Sam Gosling, PhD and author of Snoop: What your stuff says about you
We keep these objects because they generally serve two functions:(more…)
The artwork in your workspace needs to be challenged and changed on a regular basis.
Too often we add art to our environment and then forget about it. After a few weeks or months, it starts to blend into the wallpaper, virtually invisible.
Where this can be problematic is that the artwork is still functioning in the space – it is still sending messages to you, your team, customers, and clients who visit the space.(more…)