I need help remembering what Mark said about something in a podcast, but I can't remember which podcast. Please help me remember which podcast.
I recently moved into a new office. The previous occupant had a furniture arrangement where the primary desk workspace creates a "kind of physical/implied/psychological divide" between me sitting at my desk and others standing or sitting in the chairs. I have an L-shaped desk/hutch and a round table that can seat up to 5. I am trying to arrange the table as a "huddle" or similar area for discussing problems/solutions as a group - without the divide of my desk surface.
In a podcast (I can't remember which) Mark said something about moving into a new office and rearranging the furniture for a similar purpose. I can remember neither the specific purpose nor the specific arrangement he recommended. The purpose may have been related to the distraction of a computer monitor being in the line of sight.
One part I remember is the phrase: "even if your back has to be to the door" or similar.
I have searched my downloaded show notes and am not finding it. Since this doesn't seem like a high priority I believe it was one of the "asides" Mark often provides.
Does anyone remember anything of the sort? If so, please comment with the name or subject of the podcast. Or, if you have other similar info that will allow me to find the cast, that will also help.