Whether you are working in an office or working from home, the environment you are in is either supporting or hurting your productivity – you just may not know it!
This episode is about designing your environment. We don’t mean whether your walls should be “Raspberry Truffle” or what size your baseboards should be — we mean setting up where you work and live so that you are able to get your best work done and be as productive as possible.
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- Brooks and Marmel’s top 3 productivity resources for this week [3:05]
- How Marmel has put today’s topic into immediate practice during recording [6:10]
- The productivity boost of having a well-curated workspace [9:53]
- How Brooks and Marmel have made difficult corporate workspaces in the past work for them [13:36]
- Why “a cluttered desk makes a cluttered mind” [18:06]
- What to do if you need to use one space for many different contexts [30:32]
- How to minimize digital distractions [33:51]
- The power of friction [38:05]
- Keep a recurring time to declutter your space [48:06]
- Visit a City
- Contigo AUTOSEAL West Loop Stainless Steel Travel Mug
- Portable Bidet
- Atomic Habits: 4 Laws for Changing Your Identity & Living the Life You Want w/ James Clear (TPS217)
- 7 Keys to Setting Up Your Home Office for Maximum Productivity (TPS202)
- 57 Secrets for Organizing Your Small Business
- post-it note Twitter thread
- The One Habit That Stops Procrastination In Its Tracks: Clearing To Neutral
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