How you feel about your office can change today.
Dirty workspaces steal energy from you and your coworkers.
Even if customers, visitors, and staff don’t complain directly to you, they will complain to others. Dirty offices and restrooms cause irritability and disastifaction to circulate the office.
Clear the Mess
Clutter and messy surroundings release cortisol which is correlated with stress and anxiety. The brain naturally prefers order over chaos and visual disorganization tires the brain.
A major contributor to illness among professionals is the office germ factory. Little air circulation, numerous common touch points, and sedentary conditions lead to deteriorating health especially in colder seasons.
One last thing before you leave for the day…
Clean poop from toilets.
Collect malodorous trash.
Mop…we’re doing that right?
What is your time really worth?
Are you an office manager? Your responsibilities maintaining customer relationships, managing staff, bringing in new customers and putting out fires are some of the most important activities in any company. People professionally do these jobs and earn commensurate wages for them.
Are you a professional in a highly skilled field that requires years of education and training? Are you making in excess of six figures?
Cleaning toilets is a $15 an hour job.
If you were to calculate what you make in half an hour, would it even make sense for you to consider picking up a toilet brush?
Working an hour in your profession easily earns more than the time wasted on a toilet any day.
You already achieve success in so many ways.
You can have more of the outcomes you want.
It’s time to make your next move.