In my freshman year of high school, I was on the cross-country team. My coach always used to say that the most important thing to remember about running was that the end of the race held as much importance as the beginning.
And it’s the same in the workplace. You could be having an incredibly productive streak, but if you don’t end your day by reviewing what you need to work on tomorrow, you’re preventing yourself from getting a fast start.
Closing rituals ensure that you know exactly what you have to work at the beginning of each day when you walk in the door, and allow you to leave your work at the ... Read More