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Dan Hinmon, MCSMN Director
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How to Set Up Your Workspace for Maximum Productivity [Infographic]

Posted by @DanHinmon, Fri, Aug 11 12:23pm

This infographic by Davitt Corporate Psychology outlines ways your workspace can be set up to help maximize your productivity.

Some tip includes:

• Do you listen to music at work? Studies show that music can decrease productivity when a task requires focus, but increase it when performing routine tasks.

• Your posture affects both your physical health and your productivity. Employees who sit straight when they type think more clearly and have higher output than those who slump.

• The infographic illustrates five easy stretches to do while you work.

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Natalie Adis, MBA
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Posted by @nadis, Mon, Aug 14 8:52am

Thank you for sharing this, Dan. For me I always tend to start my day in dim light at the office and have a window where I let the sun come in and shine. As far as music, I enjoy listening to the Piano Guys, and classical music at work and feel that helps me move more productively throughout my day. I am interested in what others are doing to increase there productivity. 🙂

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Posted by @DanHinmon, Mon, Aug 14 10:21am

Piano Guys are the best, @nadis! Good question about productivity. I always do my best work when I start early. Morning hours are twice as productive as afternoon hours for me. It helps that my schedule is flexible.

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Posted by @nadis, Mon, Aug 14 2:14pm

I feel the same way mornings are much more productive than afternoons.

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