desk. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 13:11:26 PM
Creative thinkers are messy. Creative thinkers tend to have messy desks. In January 2006, a study of hundreds of CEO's indicated that the highest scorers in innovation and risk-taking scored lowest on organizational and neatness skills. Creative people organize their desks intuitively to correspond with the way their minds organize information, and studies suggest that people with messy desks have great career potential.
Most office furniture today falls in the RTA market, meaning ready to assemble, including all hardware and everything else you need. But, Legare makes FTA, Fun to Assemble, furniture. There is no hardware of any kind, a corner desk or any other piece of their furniture uses a patented locking design making assembly fun, fast and simple. You may worry about the pieces coming apart, but they won't, not until you take them apart, plus they are very strong. They are also reverse configured so that they can be assembled left or right handed, or what if you get a bad scratch on the surface? Just flip that piece over and assemble the other way.
It takes time to organize. Some experts have suggested that the time it takes you to organize your desk can be more productively spent doing your job-and that organization doesn't save you a large amount of time to begin with. Disorganized people often claim that they know where everything is, and this is often true-and if you're well organized but the paper you need is across the office in your filing cabinet, it may take you just as long to get your hands on it as it would if it were under a pile on your desk.
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