Ep 116: Ideal Workspace Design with Resovate Founder Catherine Avery

Ep 116: Ideal Workspace Design with Resovate Founder Catherine Avery - BizChix.comCatherine Avery is the founder of Resovate Office Design, a commercial interior design company that creates office environments for small to mid-size businesses that enhance their productivity and improve their bottom line. Her ideal clients are concerned about providing a healthy, effective and efficient work place for their clients and employees, while ensuring that their corporate brand image is reflected throughout their office space. Avery believes that since you spend half or more of your waking hours at your office it should be a sacred space. Avery believes that it’s not just about your design, it’s about your business. It’s about creating a functional, productive, harmonious experience that leads to the success and well-being of you, your clients and your employees.

Prior to launching her career in interior design, Avery spent over ten years on Wall Street where she was responsible for developing corporate branding, marketing and client relations.

Inside This Episode

  • Motivational Quote

 "In a gentle way you can shake the world." Ghandi from Ep 116: Ideal Workspace Design with Resovate Founder Catherine Avery - BizChix.com

  • Must Read Book

 Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

  • Productivity Tool/Tip

Take 5 minutes at the end of the day to clear your desk and set your intentions/goals  for the next day. While you sleep your subconscious mind will already be working on them.

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  1. An an introvert, I could relate to much of what Catherine talked about. The place that I work actually has a method in which you can request an ergonomic evaluation. Since I’m short it was such a difference to have my workspace in my cubicle 🙁 dropped. I also found that my computer monitors were not at the appropriate height. I now work to make sure my home office fits my body and my needs but what happens to those ladies that don’t understand ergonomic?
    There is so much to learn in this arena and making it accessible to the small and home-based business is huge. I just love Catherine’s passion.

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