Education: Stuff You Should Know
Education: Tips & Tricks
Want to be more successful? Consider the follow five habits of highly successful people. Give them a try and maybe they'll work for you.
Read A Book
Find something entertaining or educational to read before bedtime. This will help get your mind off of the days events and the worries of tomorrow. It can also help you relax and reduce stress. Avoid social media and news websites and try to stick to an actual book.
List Tomorrow's To Do Items
The key to sleeping well is clearing your mind of all the stuff that needs to be done. Think of all items that you didn't do today as well as the items you need to do tomorrow and write them down. A to-do list is one of the best ways to stay organized and prepare for the next day.
Try meditating right before going to bed. Spend 10-15 minutes in a meditative state during your last minutes before sleeping.
Disconnect from your work by going offline. At least a few hours before going to sleep, stop checking all work emails, voice mails, etc. Stop thinking about work items altogether. Not only will this reduce stress, it can lead to a better nights sleep. Instead, spend time with family and focus only on family matters.
End On A Positive Note
Get rid of the day's negativity by ending your day on a positive note. Focus on anything good and positive from the day, no matter how small. The focus on how tomorrow will be positive. Picture things going well tomorrow.
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