Thanks for your response, Travis!

I agree. You cannot close your ears, but you can close your door.

However, 70% of office floor space in the US has some form of open structure without any doors according to Forbes. I think we underestimate the value of being able to close the door. Besides affecting productivity, keeping doors open can have serious implications for health.

So I encourage to keep the door closed for at least an hour a day. Here are five reasons why:

https://medium.com/the-post-grad-survival-guide/5-reasons-to-keep-your-door-closed-for-one-hour-45a2252cf3dc?source=friends_link&sk=8bae27f5d06b44c52c9f8f0a27aa369f

Thanks again for reading!

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