Is your workspace green enough? Boost productivity, creativity — and indoor air quality — with a houseplant or two.

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Small and easy to care for, houseplants add an attractive dash of green to any interior space. But they pack a far greater punch than merely beautifying an indoor area, especially in an office or workspace.

Plants are, in fact, unsung productivity heroes. Their mere presence can boost productivity by reducing stress, and improving creativity and focus.

In fact, innovative companies have already started adopting ideas from the “biophilic” design movement, which infuses natural themes and forms into modern buildings and workspaces.

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How you think about entrepreneurship is holding you back from launching that first side hustle or startup.

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Imagine you are chatting with an acquaintance. They mention they have a great idea for a new software-as-a-service (SaaS). It’s not exactly an earth-shattering concept, but it would meet a very specific need — say, an administrative problem that HR professionals face in their daily work — which has not been addressed by other software companies.

Your friend not only details the potential product, but also its business model, and how it could be brought to market.

Given your friend’s programming skills, their…

Claire Marie

endlessly a student — MSc in Finance (currently completing); MA in Literature & BA in Economics (completed)

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