If you want to develop a workspace that supports your goals and inspires higher levels of productivity start by removing the clutter and adding more meaningful “mental anchors” to your work environment.
Most entrepreneurial CEOs give little thought to how much a “workspace” can determine their personal productivity. But once you decide to construct a work environment that mentally “anchors” you in a positive way, you will start getting more done, faster, better and with less human effort.
Glossary: The “mental anchoring” of your workspace can have a powerful impact on your personal productivity by conditioning you to more supportive emotional states with visual triggers (like Pavlov did with auditory triggers linking food with the sound of a bell).
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