You journaled your way into unlocking your peak productivity hour. You started drafting your to-do lists the night before each workday. And hey, it took some time, but you’ve learned to settle into the awkward silence that follows saying “no” to things that don’t serve you. But if you’re still looking for ways to get more done in a day, maybe you should reconsider your floor plan. No, seriously. If you’re working from home—or have an office—it’s worth moving your desk into a “power position,” says interior designer Gabrielle Santiago. This position is based on the principles of Feng Shui (Santiago’s a certified practitioner), and the Los Angeles-based designer has found it makes a huge difference in your ability to focus on work.