One of the key tenets of grounding your ham radio station is to eliminate ground loops. All equipment grounds should run to a single point, which is then connected to your ground rod. This photo shows my single point ground. It’s not fancy, but it does the job.
You will undoubtedly do yours differently, but sometimes it’s nice to have a point of reference, so there you are! Note that the #2 wire to ground is likely overkill, but I happened to have a piece long enough. You can see a nice drawing of the concept in the ARRL General Class License Manual, Seventh Edition page 5-25, Figure 5-20, which I do not reproduce here for copyright reasons.