Have you ever thought about going into horse training, but were afraid of the rumours or low pay, hard work and long hours?
Surveys show that Horse Trainers are actually doing pretty well. Although they work hard and put it a lot of effort, they’re usually passionate about what they do and have extremely high levels of job satisfaction.
Take a look at the data below.
Data from payscale.com.au.
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5 Mistakes To Avoid When Building An Office
Not making an impression
Clients will visit your offices, you want their first experience of you to be memorable. Your office should be striking and impressive in its facade.
Forgetting natural light
Natural light is a great way of opening up your internal space. Never underestimate its importance and never rely on electrical lighting only.
Not leaving room for employee growth
If things go well, you small business won’t be small for long. So don’t forget to leave room for more employees. Growth can happen fast, and you need to be ready to adapt.
Not leaving room for company growth
What happens in three or four years when your entire building needs to be expanded? You should already be thinking about extensions, even when you’re just starting to build. This will ensure that you can build new office space without any problems.
It’s easy to forget about how your employees will be moving through the building. How often do they need to access the warehouse? Other offices? Is there room?A good office won’t make its inhabitants feel cramped or awkward when moving through it.
Famous People With Backyard Sheds
A backyard shed tends to be perceived as a rather humble structure for the use of ordinary people, not famous persons who people all around the world aspire to be. However there is quite a number of notoriously known persons whose backyard shed holds esteemed importance in their lives.
Roald Dahl wrote most of his popular children’s books in his backyard shed of which was dubbed his “writing hut’. He scared his children and his grandchildren into not disturbing him when he was in there by telling them it contained wolves.
George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw is a well known playwright, and is best known for plays such as Pygmalion. He wrote most of his plays on a typewriter in his backyard shed, which was on a turntable so he could move it according to the suns direction throughout the day.
The well-known ‘Goodie’ loves his backyard shed, having described it as “one of few places I feel secure.” He has turned it into his own private oasis and personal space.
The famous British artist and sculptor kept a bed in a small backyard shed at her home to take power naps in. This is now found at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.
Roger Waters from the band Pink Floyd turned his backyard shed into a recording studio, where he originated the demo tracks that became the bands album The Dark Side of the Moon.
The English comedian and artist admitted that he owns five different sheds in his backyard, as they give him a place to “take some time out to escape for an hour or two.”
Britten created some of the most beautiful and famous pieces of music heard in the 20th Century in his shed at home.
Phil Pullman is known to have used to only write his novels in his shed at home. He refused to have it cleaned, fearing it would disrupt the flow of his writing. When he moved into a different house he left the shed to the illustrator Ted Dewan on the condition that it would be used for creative work only.