The per­fect Workspace

Our three ex­perts give their tips for cre­at­ing the per­fect work­ing en­vi­ron­ment

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Antony Ward – “Have a sep­a­rate room that you can use as an of­fice. At the end of the day close the door and leave any work be­hind. When I started out I was work­ing in the bed­room and de­vel­oped trou­ble sleep­ing be­cause I was ef­fec­tively in my of­fice all day and all night.” Glen South­ern – “Your en­vi­ron­ment is cru­cial to your men­tal health and so take the time to un­der­stand what works well for you. Pick the cor­rect chair with good sup­port or work out whether you would be hap­pier stand­ing. Look at the place­ment of things like mon­i­tors and tablets to make sure you’re not strain­ing.” Rico Cil­liers – “For me it’s more about at­ti­tude than sur­round­ings or equip­ment. If you’re not in the right mind­set, no workspace will be good enough. Hav­ing said that, I love work­ing in a quiet room with not too much light re­flect­ing on my screen.”

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