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Some people are creative in a quiet environment, while others hit the flow state to the pounding beat of their favorite song.
Neither pattern of activity is right or wrong. The essential point is that to be aware of aware of what works for you when working. You can take notice of how you respond to these sorts of environmental factors and stage your day accordingly
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When you leverage the fact that you have emotional and mental responses to specific places, you can dramatically increase your productivity.
Each person’s optimal environment will look a bit different, but there are a few general elements to take into consideration....
Trigger your mind to change activities with small physical cues:
If a custom workspace isn’t feasible, make small adaptations to your workspace:
Have all of the tools you need laid out organized and within arm’s reach. This makes you more efficient and reduces your resistance to doing a certain task because it requires getting up to fetch something.
If you can’t leave everything out or you have a mobile working situatio...
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