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The Optimal Working Temperature

The preferred seems to be around 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

If you’re lucky enough to work remote or have your own office with an independent thermostat, experiment with which temperature works for you.

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  • Fluorescent lighting saps your energy and makes you less productive, without even mentioning the environmental issues.
  • LED light can be a good substitute for natural light.

  • Red accelerates the heart rate, giving you a jolt of energy. Your eye is instantly drawn to red, and it promotes physical activity and emotion.
  • Orange is a social color, encouraging interaction. It works well in meeting rooms or other social spaces...

Music that works best for immersive tasks:

  • Familiar music, so your brain doesn’t look ahead for what’s next.
  • Classical music, especially Baroque-period pieces for productivity boosts and no lyrics.
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A cluttered desk sometimes triggers a cluttered mind. That's why everything should have its place, even if that place is just “the right-most stack.”

A desk system that matches your personal organization style saves both time and headache.

The “sit-stand desk” is the optimal choice, because you can sit for a portion of the day and stand for the other portion.

Put your monitor high enough to keep your neck straight, set your keyboard position for 90 degree elbows, and your desk height for feet flat on the flo...

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Effects of music on productivity

  • Listening to music with lyrics is distracting for most people. It’s best to avoid it when working on tasks that require focus or the learning of new information.
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Reduce the stress of clutter

  • Apply constraints and stick to them: to tabs open in your browser, notebooks, magazines etc.
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  • Set time aside to clean, sort, and discard every single month.
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