1. Accent with Paint Any establishment is as good as it looks. Walls are one of the first things people notice when they enter the room, so it’s important to focus on them. Don’t overdo it, and try not to use colors that are overbearing or distracting to your employees or customers. The best way to go is to utilize a warm and inviting accent color on 1 or 2 walls, that’s it. People
With the vast amount of businesses that exist today, it can be a challenge to find an identity for yours. Consumers inevitably make quick judgments about a business based on its surface qualities. These might include its name, slogan, logo, website, or social media profiles. In order to come out on top, it’s best to do your homework and bring all the right tools to the table. Here are a few ways to establish a
Considering there are nearly 28 million small businesses in the U.S., it’s an important and popular way to make a living. If you’re planning on joining this profession, there are a few things you’ll want to consider. Here are some mistakes to avoid as a small business owner: Not Having a Plan When you have an idea for a small business, it’s easy to be carried away with excitement. You probably want to dive in
1. Lighten Up on Dress Code It’s completely understandable to expect your employees to show up to work looking clean and professional. However, there is such a thing as being too strict with dress code. If employees are confined to wearing specific colors or styles of clothing, they won’t have a chance to express who they are as people. After all, a workplace is a collaborative environment supported by various types of people. It is
Decisiveness All leaders need to make tough decisions at times. They also know some of those decisions will not please everyone within the company or organization. Extraordinary leaders don't hesitate in these situations, instead they make firm and timely decisions that are in the best interest of the entire company. Transparency Transparency emphasizes open communication and honesty. When you are responsible for a team of people, and are honest
Blog by Samantha Frazier Michio Kaku, a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York and a New York Times bestselling author said, "It's pointless to have a nice clean desk, because it means you aren't doing anything". Whether your space is chaotic, organized, or 'chaotically organized', take a look at the top 5 desks of famous writers, painters, CEO's and entrepreneurs below and see how your space compares. 1. Mark Zuckerburg. The creator of
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By Samantha Frazier Join us to celebrate the Grand Opening of our 5th location, My Office @ Squaw Peak! October 27th 4:30-6:30 PM 7600 N. 15th St. #150 Phoenix, AZ Please join us to celebrate this My Office milestone. Food, beverages, entertainment and prizes will be provided. Please RSVP to Samantha by October 15th at Samantha@MyOfficeAZ.com
By Samantha Frazier 1) Online Purchases It is better to err on the side of caution when making purchases online, especially from smaller vendors. Credit cards give you an added level of security when purchasing things online. With longer grace periods to discover any fraudulent activity and many companies offering guaranteed returns on any items lost, broken or stolen, purchasing through a credit card makes for a great overall ‘firewall’ for online purchases.
Blog by Samantha Frazier We would like to introduce our new e-newsletter, Suite News @ My Office! Suite News @ My Office still contains our Featured Business and Featured Plan, like our Better Business Blast did, but now it has the following added features: - My Health @ My Office- Tip's, Trick's and Tidbit's on ways to be healthier in and out of the office. - Events- showing you events going on around the Valley.