Implement an End-of-Day Routine That Fuels Productivity | 4-min Fast Track Video Ep #7

Do you end your days at the office in a way that leaves you feeling productive and stress-free?  We often hear about great ways to start the day.  Things we can do each morning to get us energized for the day ahead.

Well, guess what?  Your end-of-day routine is just as important.  In fact, it can change your life (seriously!).

I’m sharing how I close each business day and how these actions can do wonders for your mindset and productivity!

You’ll discover:

  • Why the state of your desk matters
  • The beauty of lists
  • How organization and daily closure leads to renewed energy

Want to try a new way to end your day?  Take a look at this fun and informative video! 

Well done, and what a great tip!”
– Christina Hatzistratis Business Development Manager

 

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2 thoughts on “Implement an End-of-Day Routine That Fuels Productivity | 4-min Fast Track Video Ep #7

  1. EdBetty

    Really love these tips. Sometimes we leave clutter on our desk. A straightened desk would be so much more inviting. But the best is doing the to do list for tomorrow before we leave. We call ours a Mind Dump arranged by category: Personal, Business, Book, Ministries, and then we put the “Things to do today” on tab 1 of the spreadsheet. It would shoot us out of the cannon in the morning to do it before we leave the night before. Gonna do it!

    1. Amber Ludwig-Vilhauer, Online Business Coach

      I LOVE how you categorize your list…..that’s a GREAT piece of advice! Let us know how it all works out once you implement the other tips. 🙂

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