For many, though, there's a false belief about where and when we can experience God the most. We all tend to believe, and the message is reinforced at church, that God's presence dwells more in religious settings: worship services, retreats, quiet prayer times, small group meetings, housebuilding projects, etc.
Unless Jesus was lying (not a great premise to get yourself trapped in...!), his presence was and is available fully at all times and in all places.
Is it possible to experience God-- in a cubicle?
To encounter God and hear his voice-- while in a meeting?
To see the fingerprints of God-- while staring at your computer screen?
To experience more of God's presence, we need to be watchful and expectant for Him to show up. Good, proper theology (thinking about God) would say God's presence is everywhere, always. To connect and tap into it, we must be mindful of him, consciously becoming more aware of Him and inviting Him to reveal Himself to you.
Many people have found it helpful to shoot for the Brother Lawrence or Apostle Paul goal of "praying without ceasing"- consciously offering more and more of your mind and heart to be tuned into the frequency of God.
An intermediate step could be to appoint regular times to pause and pray throughout the day, similar to what monks would do in a monastery. Put an alarm on your phone, or an appointment in your calendar.
A simple prayer and a minute or two might be all you need to reorient yourself to God, reconnect with His presence, and become more aware of what He's up to. I would HIGHLY recommend Pete Scazzero's website Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, specifically his guides for daily prayer in your everyday life.
What works for you to connect with God's presence more often and more powerfully? What do you need to do next?