Working from home can make it difficult to discern when the day is supposed to end. It’s easy to go back to work after dinner, or try to finish something up once the kids are in bed. As the day goes on it gets increasingly difficult to make difficult decisions.
We make decisions throughout the day, but it’s important to make the most difficult ones early. Later in the day, our minds are feeling the effects of overuse and we may not make the wisest choices. Judges have admitted to making less favorable decisions toward the end of their shift. Your mind gets tired so, go to bed at a reasonable hour and start the new day fresh. Here is an article that will give you more tips on how to end your day successfully.
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Megan Tull is an Entrepreneur Success Strategist, Transformational Leader in Business and Life, an Author and an International Speaker. Megan is CEO and Founder of Silverlining Concepts, LLC, a business coaching and consulting firm that specializes in innovative and transformational training and workshops for entrepreneurs, CEO’s and small business owners.
She has a new book called The Passion Belief Method- Own Your Value and Earn Your Worth in Business available in your favorite bookstore Fall 2015. For more info visit –www.megantull.com