Every Office Can Be a Corner Office

Everybody wants the corner office. It's the most desirable spot because it's usually the largest space on the floor – and it often offers the best view.

The good news is when you tap into virtual office space, you (and all your employees if you have a distributed workforce) can brag about having the coveted corner office all to yourself. Of course, that corner office is in the comfort of your own home.

Perhaps even better than having the "corner office" all to yourself is the ability to do business from just about anywhere at any time without missing a beat. When you work from a virtual office space, you can work beyond the four walls of a home office. You can work from a coffee shop, a train depot, a doctor's office, or just about anywhere else life takes you.

Indeed, there's no need to lose productivity when you work from a virtual office space. So long as you are equipped with a laptop, a Wi-Fi connection, and a cell phone, your virtual office space can travel with you and keep your overhead to a minimum. Your phones can be answered by a professional virtual receptionist, your mail delivered to a prestigious business address, and your clients can meet you in a state-of-the-art meeting room when you work from a virtual office space.

One of the key advantages of the virtual office space is avoiding commute time. When you use a virtual office space, commuting to your corner office often means taking a few steps from the bedroom to the spare bedroom where your high-tech bells and whistles await. Even if your home office isn't in the corner and doesn't offer a view, you may decide that working in a virtual office space could actually be more coveted than the old-fashioned corner office.


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