Office Feng Shui: Creating Harmony in Your Work Space [NOOK Book]

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Goodbye daily grind. Hello peace of mind! From the creator of the best-selling Office Yoga and Office Spa comes the ultimate guide to creating balance in a busy workspace. Taking the age-old Chinese practice of feng shui and updating it for the office, author Darrin Zeer has compiled more than 75 tips and techniques to increase productivity and promote harmony in any work environment—even on the commute. Readers learn how to feng shui a briefcase, how to arrange a desktop for improved concentration, how to ...
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Office Feng Shui: Creating Harmony in Your Work Space

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Overview

Goodbye daily grind. Hello peace of mind! From the creator of the best-selling Office Yoga and Office Spa comes the ultimate guide to creating balance in a busy workspace. Taking the age-old Chinese practice of feng shui and updating it for the office, author Darrin Zeer has compiled more than 75 tips and techniques to increase productivity and promote harmony in any work environment—even on the commute. Readers learn how to feng shui a briefcase, how to arrange a desktop for improved concentration, how to unblock stagnant energy, and more! Overflowing with playful illustrations by Frank Montagna, this delightful reference offers a suite of innovative ideas to clear the cubicle clutter, and clear the mind.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811878425
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 7/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 484,864
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Darrin Zeer spent seven years in Asia studying the Eastern arts of healing. He currently divides his time between California and Hawaii. A writer and consultant to corporations such as Pixar, Golden Door Spa, and Four Seasons Resorts, he specializes in helping people become more calm, balanced, and effective in their work and personal lives. He is the author of Office Yoga.

Frank Montagna is a Los Angeles-based freelance illustrator whose work has appeared in a variety of publications, including New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Cosmo Girl, Modern Bride, and Glamour Germany.

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  • Posted May 19, 2011

    Oversimplified

    This was the first book I read to become familiar with feng shui. Since I'm an ergonomist, I was interested to see how to apply feng shui to the office environment to improve energy and healthfulness. The book states a number of "rules" to apply to office environments. After reading extensively on the subject since this first book, I went back and reviewed it again. There are some things which are so oversimplified, they are bordering on being wrong. The author also delves into some ergonomic issues which are blatantly wrong...such as recommending the use of wristrests...which have been shown to increase a person's risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. I would not recommend reading this book. There are many other books that explain more about how feng shui actually works and also cover the office environment.

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