Your workspace should be a comfortable combination of personality and productivity; a space that you enjoy working in, but also one that helps you get things done. This graphic doesn’t touch on the personal side, but it does offer some useful tips to address the productive side, taken with a grain of salt or two.
All in all, you may not have complete control over your work environment. Not every office will let you keep personal effects on or near your workspace, but if you work in an office, you probably do have some control over the tools you have on hand to help you organise, sort and manage your work. The graphic below is full of helpful (if not at times obvious) suggestions for assessing your workspace and making some more productive changes.
Check the whole thing out below, don’t forget to add some personality to your workspace if you can, and see what you can change where you spend eight or more hours of your day.
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