Vladislav Trop on 馃崏 Working from abroad - favorite destinationsI'm a techie and an entrepreneurSome time ago
After working with amazing views for a while I started wondering.. Do you think working with a view would make us happier or more productive at work? Or it would become the norm after a while and lose it's effect (hedonic adaptation)? Maybe it has more value to have it from time to time and appreciate it when we do, instead of having it always and stop appreciating it?

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Yrj枚 OjasaarVC, speaker, traveler & reader
A view always has hurt my productivity - it always inspired the question - why are you wasting your life inside preparing for an alleged bright fututure as pensioner (if you are lucky enough to be healthy and alive) instead of being in the moment and living life in the now. So I prefer the office with no or bad view, and decorating the office walls with paraphenilia to encourage enjoyment of that space.
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Lina LinkeviciuteLuxury Business and Sales Professional/Theatre Director/Timeless Paintings
So colorful so beautiful !!!! I think when the view inspires we work better !!
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Vladislav TropI'm a techie and an entrepreneur
Yrjo, that's not my feel at all. With such views I feel grateful and good about my life that I can do my work in such a beautiful place, while others sit in an office. Therefore, enjoying the moment I am in.
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Justina VysniauskaiteInfluencer Marketing & Affiliate Marketing Expert
It depends on how much time you spend working with a view like this. If it's a month only, you might not get used to it. If it's a permanent place of residence - I believe the appreciation of your surroundings would wear off after some time.
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Yrj枚 OjasaarVC, speaker, traveler & reader
Yes - habituation is a psychological reality
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Vladislav TropI'm a techie and an entrepreneur
Justina, yep, therefore was the question if you think it makes more sense to have it from time to time instead of having it all the time..
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