Honor your best unique work environment (8/35)

I say your unique environment, because that may mean a minimalist desk, chair, and computer, or it may mean shelves covered in books and papers. How will you know? If you routinely pick up your laptop and head for the conference room you may need to take an objective look at your surroundings. 

Think about things that often get taken for granted, like lighting or colors (an extra lamp can make a huge difference). If you can’t stand clutter, take steps to get rid of it – you’ll likely save time in the long run not having to search for things. You will work and focus most comfortably in a space that feels supportive of your goals. 

Contributor: Sara Skillen

Company: skillsetorganizing.com

Written by Nathaniel Fried

Co-founder of Fupping. Busy churning out content and building an empire.

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