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Success is a wonderful thing. The overwhelming feeling of joy, relief, and enthusiasm you get when your accounting department notifies you that the company is stepping into the new quarter with a positive balance is just shy of pure ecstasy. You are able to expand your operations, build your brand, set new goals, and hire new staff to take on fresh and exciting challenges.
However, building success requires substantial investments. Whether it is your time, expertise or finances, success doesn’t come cheap and at some point, it will require you to move your headquarters to a more spacious office. Failing to move at the right moment might cost you money, manpower, and other valuable resources, so here is a checklist that will tell if it’s time to transition to a larger work space.
The clutter becomes unbearable
Are you and your employees starting to feel a bit claustrophobic, losing yourselves in a sea of documents, contracts, gadgets and flowcharts? While it is always important to maintain a clutter-free environment, at some point the sheer amount of accumulated work material will start coming out of the woodworks, and it will become impossible to store it away effectively or organize your workstation.
This is a clear sign that you are ready to transition into a larger venue where you and your team will have access to larger and more convenient desks, a place where you won’t have to knock over seven different things (including your coffee) to reach an important piece of paper.
There is no more storage space
If the free surface on your desk has shrunk to a point where it resembles Luxembourg on a world map, then chances are you don’t have any space in your drawers, shelves or file cabinets either. While you could try to bring in more storage units (have you tried hanging them on the ceiling, perhaps?) you are in a bind for space as it is, and chances are any added furniture will only result in a few broken pinkies. Yet sadly, the problem will persist.
The solution is not to install shelf number three hundred, it is to pack up your things and move it all to a new, bigger space. Handling office furniture as well as delicate and important work material is tricky business, so it’s best to let genuine pros, as these Ashfield-based experts for removals, handle the process from start to finish.
The conference room is always busy
Did you try to schedule the conference room for an important meeting at 2 PM, only to find out that it’s booked for the next two years? And how many times did you witness your colleagues fighting over who reserved the conference room first? If the meeting room is constantly busy and you do nothing about it, your business and your relationship with your clients will pay a hefty price.
Limited employee space
As your business grows, you are able to bring in more people, pay higher rates for skilled individuals, and create a thriving workplace, a powerhouse of success. You can’t do that if people no longer have a place to sit, or if every office is already taken.
You might miss an opportunity of a lifetime if you fail to bring in a partner or a staff member who is worth millions, simply because you lacked the office space to accommodate them. Don’t let your business suffer – switch to a more capacious venue.
The toilets are constantly occupied
Finally, if you never seem to get your turn using the facilities, then it’s time to either install new ones (and you don’t have the space for that) or to move into a larger office space with numerous facilities already provided. Ideally, every office should have its own restroom, but two toilets per floor are certainly better than nothing. Don’t let any individual bladder hinder the collective productivity in your company, simply find a larger office space.
Having the opportunity to move into a bigger office space is a blessing rather than another stressful chore you have to deal with. Most start-ups and aspiring businesses don’t make it into their second year, so be sure to regard your cramped situation as a clear sign of success that will lead you down a path of long-term wealth and prosperity.
The following is the script from the video.
You’ve been making some headlines, and I want to ask you about this. -Uh-oh. -Yeah, I know. -I’ve been really good lately. -Yeah, you have. -I’ve been really good. You don’t see what I do in the dressing room. It’s just like . . . The whole thing. -No, Miley, that’s not at all what you do. Because I heard, and I don’t know if this is true, but I think it’s true because I didn’t smell anything — you stopped smoking weed? -I did.
And you know what? I was just saying that you, without knowing it, were kind of a reason for this because I’ve always been very stoned on your shows. I don’t know if you noticed, everybody. So, yeah. It’s weird to be here — -That makes two of us. -Yeah. -Yeah, there you go. -Remember the last time I was here? I think I was dressed as, like, a bunny rabbit… -Yes, you were. -…and then, like, a cat. There’s a reason for that. -Yeah. Okay. -I was high.
And I don’t know if this is much better, but I stopped smoking because — And, you know, to sit here and to talk about what I’m doing, I wanted to be really clear because I’m actually the most passionate about what I’m doing with this record than I’ve been. I say this every time, but I loved making this record so, so much, and this record for me at this moment is the most important album that I’ve ever made, so I wanted to make sure that I’m super clear about the way I’m talking.
And I kept having this nightmare. It was seriously horrible. I wonder if you’ve had this. Not about this show. I had a dream that I would die during my monologue on “SNL” for some reason, that I would just get so stoned that I just, like, died, which I Googled, and that’s never happened. -No, no, it’s not. -No, thank God. But I kept having this nightmare. -How much weed were you smoking? -A lot of weed. It’s like no one’s ever died from weed, but no one’s ever smoked as much as I did, so… It’s, like, they don’t really know, so I don’t know. I was just thinking, If I want to sit on this couch and really tell people what I think about my new music, I wanted to sound as smart as hopefully I, you know, think that I could be and really explain what I’m doing.
And, you know, I really just want to sit at home and eat, basically, when I’m stoned and play with my dogs and the cat and the pig. I was spending way too much time with the pig and not enough time actually doing really anything. -But you ended up — Did you move to a place, or you always lived in Malibu? -No. Malibu is new to me. I never lived at the beach. I, you know, it says I never came to the beach, I never stood by the ocean, which is true. I went to the ocean one time, which — I want to talk to you about this. I went one time to Florida with my family, and it didn’t go well because we fist fought the entire way, and my dad promised he’d never take us on a vacation ever again. And he’s a man of his word. He never did… -That was the only vacation? -…because it was so miserable. And finally, me and my brother, we were fighting so hard — this is, like, some hillbilly stuff — he locked us out of the car on the side of the freeway and said that we needed to figure it out.
So we basically just had to battle until one of us lost. -I love that he did that. That is so… -Yeah. -…Nashville. -And then we didn’t get to get back in the car — -Y’all better figure it out. -Yeah. -We’re pulling over. -…until one of us were bleeding, then we didn’t get back in the RV. So we never went again. And, you know, I don’t think — For me, like, being from Nashville, it really is — it says a dream come true in Malibu. It really is for me because I never thought — I thought I was going to be — I still get the pigs, but I thought my life was going to revolve, you know, around farm life my entire, you know, my life. I thought I’d always live in Nashville. But now I’ve even found a new love for Nashville. Now that I’m out singing about how much I love Malibu — I’ve been promoting it — -You can’t — -…and now I miss Nashville.
I never know what the hell I want. That’s why I’m, like, a panda, and one day, I’m a cat. -Yeah. -I don’t even know. I can’t even decide between a panda and a cat. -As much Miley as you can, you experience, you can never take the Nashville out of Miley, and I will tell you… -No. -…because you shot the opening last night. We were here late doing that. And there’s the one where you go up to the nut stand, you know, the hot peanut stand, cashew stand. And you go like that, and you do the thing that I do in the opening. -Yes. My first time, as well. -Yeah. And you thought that was called a bodega. -Yeah. Yeah, I told my manager, who is from New York. He’s like “What are we doing next?” I said, “I’m going to the bodega,” and then I went to the nut stand.
He’s like, “By the way, the” — And you saw I didn’t know how to use a revolving door, which that’s not because I’m Nashville. That’s just because there’s something wrong. -So I got to the subway — -You were like, “This is going too fast.” It’s just a revolving door. -Yeah, and I couldn’t get through the revolving door — two of them. And the one at the subway was a little different than what I was used to, so that was — -That’s a turnstile. -It has nothing to do, though, that I am from — Oh, okay.
-Yeah, that’s not a revolving door. -It’s not that I’m from Nashville. I got a problem. -It’s basically a revolving door. -Yeah, it’s a door that revolves. It allowed me in or out of somewhere and revolves, so, to me, that is a revolving door. -It is a revolving — Technically, it is a revolving door, you’re right.
-Let me in or out. -No you’re right, you’re right. -Yeah. I want to talk about — I want to talk about “The Voice.” It has a new season coming up in September. And you have a new judge, a new kind of “foe,” a new enemy, kind of, on the show, A friend — frenemy. -Yeah. -Jennifer Hudson. -It always starts as a friend until you get to the lives.
Then it gets nasty. -Then all of a sudden — Yeah, no, it doesn’t, actually. -I know. -We only all turn on Blake. That’s the only person we ever turn on. -Because he’s just — he’s — -Because he always wins. -I know. He’s the champ. -And he’s so nice. He’s so nice, so it’s so hard to hate, but, like, got to do what you got to do to win. -Exactly, yeah. Sorry about that. -Yeah, exactly.
But it’s really a lot of fun, and I’m excited. -Do you know Jennifer? -I don’t, but I’m excited that she’s never done “The Voice” before because I was the rookie the first time, so Blake and Adam had that against me. And now I have, like, a little bit of experience, so I’m trying to decide, like, who I’m going to — I guess all three of us can just team up against Blake, but I’m trying to decide who going be my partner in crime because Alicia was my partner last year, and it was really fun to kind of go against Adam and Blake because they were the vets and we were in it together. -I know. I think you have to choose Jennifer… -I know. …because Blake knows Adam too well, now. – Adam’s ready to turn. He is not loyal. I’ll tell you that about him.
I’ll let you in. He’s ready to turn. He texts me all the time. Like, “So when are we really going to just knock Blake out of this thing?” -Yeah. -As he would say [As Blake] “Handle this thing.” You know, that’s Blake. He’s like, “I’m gonna win this thing with you, Sundance.” I’m gonna win this thing. But you know what? I’m going to come for him in, like, the biggest way possible. I’m bringing my dad as my mega mentor because when Blake — When Blake was in high school, he was so obsessed with my dad that the teachers called him “Achy Blakey” because he would do everything that my dad did.
And he was ruined the minute he told me that because now he’s just a poser, you know? -Yeah. Exactly. -And now I’m going to bring in the real deal, and I’m really excited about that. -Yeah. Exactly. This is Achy Blakey. -Yeah. Now, your new album — your new album is coming later this year. We don’t know. People just drop albums now. We don’t say when. -I don’t even know when. -We don’t even know when. Is that right? You just don’t — -I kind of know when, but kind of don’t. I can’t decide. -Good.
Don’t. -Because I really want to make it the best that I can and it feels “done,” but I feel like every day, I’m learning more stuff. So I want to be able to, you know, put that on the record. -What is different from this sound and “Bangerz?” I would say just from knowing these two tracks… -Yeah. -…it’s very different. -Well, actually, what’s cool about this, too, is, like, right here, this is in Malibu, and right there, there’s in Nashville. My dad — That’s on my dad’s farm. And so I think spending more time at home that I got to, spending more time by the beach than I got to, and I think that I — Right now I just feel really — I don’t seem calm, but this is really calm for me.
I feel very calm and very, like, peaceful. -You are calm. Yeah. -Yeah. -Wow. -Yeah. -That’s great. And you’re getting to — -So I hope people get to see that, because with “Bangerz,” too, I never tried to prove anything or not be myself. Any time I say I’m being myself whether I look like this or look completely different or I’m a panda, that is myself. I’m always being myself, you know? So it just depends what that is. And don’t ever change. Yeah..