Cover Your Back:  Sit with your back to a wall. If there is activity going on behind your back and you can't see it, you won't be relaxed on the job. If your back has to be exposed, add a small mirror in your workspace so you can see behind you.

Get Out Of The Line Of Fire:  Don't sit directly across from an entrance door. Make sure you are sitting off to the side of the door. Standing in the doorway, if someone can toss a ball straight ahead and hit you in your chair, energy or "chi" flowing into the office will also hit you. 

Always Remember "You Are Not Your Job": Work is just one part of your life and it's very important for you to remember while you're working that you have a life outside of your job. Make sure you support yourself psychologically in your work space by displaying photos of the special people and pets in your life, and your favorite hobbies and activities. 

Don't Let Your Job Make You Sick:  Studies show stress in the workplace causes anxiety, irritability, tiredness, fatigue, insomnia, depression, headaches, tardiness, absenteeism, and accidents. Pass it on to your boss or human resources manager.