I mean, other than avoiding pesky bosses or coworkers that don’t leave you alone.
This is a cool way of thinking about this, but I disagree with some of the specifics. I've had the best work-life balance working close to the smiley face because it encouraged me to stop at 5 and leave work at work. And working close to the smiley face helps me be more productive as a person with ADHD, so if we are considering neurological differences an aspect of diversity, being closer to the heart can be detrimental to diversity & inclusion too. I know a lot of people have the opposite experience as me, but it's not the same for everyone.