Anyone who’s ever worked in a drab office, lastly decorated in circa 1980, will tell you that being in an environment like that is about as inspiring as mopping a kitchen floor. But there is a simple thing you can do to help make your working environment more Google Office than Council Office: colour! You don’t need a degree in psychology to know that colours can affect your mood and how you feel which in turn has an influence on what you think and how creative/ productive you are. While it may not be possible to march into the office on Monday and paint whole walls, there are a few small changes you can implement that will make a difference to how you feel at work. For example: having colourful photo frames around the office, adding a bright feature chair or simply putting some plants and colourful plant pots inside your working space are all, inexpensive, ways to brighten up your day. The average person spends at least 8 hours a day at work so making a small colourful change may really help you to create a nicer working environment. A nicer environment = a happier, more productive you. A happier, more productive you = a better colleague and employee.
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