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Cultivating weekend habits

October 30, 2020

Put these tips into practice to get the most out of these days and come back on Monday to be successful.

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Cultivating weekend habits
Cultivating weekend habits

Successful entrepreneurs know that good habits don’t start on Monday and end on Friday – they have to work longer than anyone else. They are also aware that they need to fuel their success. I share some habits that I found in a LifeHack article that I find very valuable to help you work better:

1. Find a ritual for charging batteries. Every weekend, follow a ritual that will make you feel revitalized. Whether it’s an exercise regimen, music, or family time, following a ritual will give you the energy you need for the week. Successful entrepreneurs like cars don’t get far with an empty tank.

2. Spend time alone. This gives you a chance to think, solve problems, and plan where you want to be in the future. It can be an excellent opportunity to write. Experts say that at certain times of the day, doing this will help you discover new goals and see your life differently.

3. Don’t check your electronic devices for a day. Take time Saturday and Sunday to turn off your electronics. This will help you physically and mentally. Staying connected and checking your email, social networks and the online sites you visit can drain your energy and creativity. When you remove what needs to be connected all the time, you have the freedom to enjoy your day more, increasing your productivity.

4. Reflect. What did you do right last week and what did you do wrong? How can you improve? If you think about it, you have the answer. It’s a good investment of your time as it allows you to set goals that you will exceed on the first day of the week.

5. Plan for the next week. A successful entrepreneur doesn’t wait until Monday morning to organize their week. Sunday is the perfect day to sit down and make a plan. After thinking about the past few days, give yourself a good idea of ​​what you need and what you need to achieve. Use this time to plan important tasks, calls, and face-to-face meetings to help align your goals. This way you can take advantage of opportunities and avoid mistakes.

These five weekend habits seem so simple that you may be tempted to dismiss them as not essential. But the entrepreneur who adds these habits to their weekend routine will take the lead on Monday.