I would suggest you hire a professional to design your logo if it is for business use. Merely owning Adobe Illustrator does not qualify you as a logo designer any more than my owning a hammer qualifies me as a prop maker.
This may sound a bit harsh, but really I'm merely expressing the truth. Since art is a creative endeavor it's difficult at times to be forthright with comments for fear of squashing the creative spirit, which most here love and treasure. I mean, that's why we do what we do. So you often get answers that really want to be encouraging but aren't always the real truth.
If this is for business, then one must
look at things from a business perspective.
You are no more qualified to design your logo than you are to do anything outside your area of expertise such as the electrical or plumbing services in your office, or the accounting for your business, or your business legal services.
Yes, you can do some of it yourself, after all everything is NOT "rocket science", so to speak. However, there are also areas where your lack of qualifications are going to be immediately and readily apparent. Logo design is one such area.
There's far more thought which goes into a quality logo than merely "does it look good" or "Is it pretty". More thought than could ever effectively be described on a simple Q&A web site.
For example, how does this image look when used at smaller sizes?
Completely unreadable. Combine that with inaccurate perspective, the poor color choice, the lack of type consideration, and well... to me.. it's completely unacceptable.
There are also matters such as the psychology of colors, , how the eye tracks across a design, aka flow and movement, balance, unity, etc.
Some of these may come a bit naturally to those artistically inclined, and often it leads some to believe "Hey I have Illustrator/Photoshop, I can create a logo!" However, the reality is your logo will be the #1, most important, highest viewed, most used, image for your business ever. A logo, in an instant, will convey the quality of your services, your professionalism, and how you see yourself positioned in your field of work. Shouldn't you hire a professional who is experienced in the creation of such important images?
Consider, I'm sure there are many props I could make myself, but aren't there some props you just know you are better qualified to make? Even though it's difficult to express to clients politely that they really shouldn't be trying to make "that" on their own?