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Make a Mess!

06 Dec

Go ahead and make a mess! The cluttered desk might just help you find a solution to a difficult problem at work.

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If you’ve been stymied by a challenge at work, don’t waste another minute straightening up your desk or office space. Having a disorganized work area actually inspires the kind of creative thinking that stimulates new and interesting ideas that lead to problem solving. The disorder seems to help you break free of “inside the box” thinking. When given a choice, people with messy offices are also more likely to prefer a new product instead of an established one. Tidy surroundings, on the other hand, seem to encourage people to do exactly what’s expected of them. So if “clear the clutter” is on your to-do list, focus on all the other things you really must do during this busy time of year. The mess on your desk can wait.

source: cleveland clinic

 

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One response to “Make a Mess!

  1. Hudson

    December 14, 2013 at 6:21 am

    Wow, this post is fastidious, my younger sister is analyzing these
    kinds of things, so I am going to let know her.

     

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