She suggested a goal of incremental improvement, implementing one strategy at a time for greater success, starting today.
- Manage your expectations of your situation and yourself
- Be flexible and open to adjusting your schedule
- Map out your day with a to-do list and a to-be list—setting a goal for how you’d like to be that day (patient, calm, etc.)
- Incorporate a productivity block each day where email and notifications are turned off in order to knock one big item off your to-do list
- Set an endpoint at the end of the day
- Remember that it’s not all or nothing—wellness is a commitment, taking steps to look after your health
- Make the first hour of the day your own—eat breakfast, stretch… don’t check your phone
- Make the last hour of the day your own—create a bedtime ritual that allows you to wind down
- Get up and stretch your legs every hour
- Look for good news stories to get a mental break
- Get outside and connect with nature however you can
Next week’s #TogetherAtHome Keynote Series features Experience Economy Expert Dennis Moseley–Williams on the attributes and behaviours of successful entrepreneurs and the meaningful ways we can improve our client experiences.