5 Minute Commitment to Personal Development
Try This Daily End-of-Day Habit:
Write down 3 to 5 things that went very well for you today (a completed task or project, a successful meeting or call, a relationship you strengthened, etc.)
Write down something NEW you learned today and how you'll apply that learning going forward
Make note of a colleague or teammate who helped you out today and take a couple of minutes to send them a "thank you" email (or drop by their office on your way out and tell them)
Write down the three most important things for you to accomplish tomorrow, and schedule time on your calendar to focus on those things
Make this end-of-day process a habit ... Try it beginning today
This very simple exercise helps brings a sense of peace and positive closure to your day. You'll also enter the day tomorrow with clarity on your most important focus areas.
How do you typically wrap up your day?
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.
Andy Robinson, Executive Coach
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