[LISTEN] What is the state of your work desk?

A study by the Harvard Business Review has found that a messy desk can negatively impact on your productivity and ability to perform tasks at work.

The article suggests nine things you should not keep at your desk, including lunch, dirty coffee mugs, legal paperwork, your cellphone and more.

Listener Mpiliso says it works better when she has everything she needs at her desk.

There are those files that I am capturing and those that need to be labeled, there is a lot of stuff but I need those things.

Mpiliso, caller

I normally have to eat at my desk. I am not a person that has breakfast, so I have my shake bottle there.

Mpiliso, caller

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