Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance
In this article, we will focus on some tips from leadership speakers on ending a day well.
End of Day
In any organization, the most anticipated time after payday is the end of each working day. Most people look at this time as a time of ease, a time that helps them end their day and be free of their work for a time. However, how you end a day often has an effect on how the next day is going to start. This is because there is only one person in your life, YOU! As a result, whatever you leave unfinished you will need to come back to. This means there is a need to be highly organized in your work life so that starting a new day will not be as much of a drag as it usually is. This is especially true for Mondays.
Assuming you have a to-do list, before you end a day, you need to check it. You need to be accountable to yourself and to develop it as a culture. You need to be truthful to yourself and by doing so you can evaluate the state of affairs in relation to the things you have and haven’t achieved for the day. No need to be hard on yourself, but just to reflect and know where you stand on the things you need to be done.
Last tip from leadership speakers is to have a moment to yourself to calm yourself down so and take control of the next phase of the day – your life!
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