thus far. I’ve been lucky enough to be surrounded by lots of successful women who have helped me get to where I am today. And, I’ve noticed that lots of them (myself included!) have daily habits in common that contribute to their successes. Here are 10 of those habits that have served me and my fellow working women well.
If you work on a computer, I highly recommend having a special system for the way you name your files and folders. Whether it’s by content or date, pick an organizational structure that will make them easy to find later on.
The most successful women I know also aren’t the ones who stay tied to their desks 24/7. They’re the ones who take time out for happy hour with an industry colleague or a coffee break with coworkers. It’s okay to leave your work for a few minutes to chat. You’ll make important connections and probably feel even more inspired when you get back to your desk.
Yes, I am sure that there are lots of successful women out there with unmade beds. But, my point is that a clean space makes for a clear mind. Maybe for you, a clean space doesn’t mean making your bed every day. But, doing something to tidy up, like doing your dishes or
This might seem counterintuitive to a lot of people, but if you want to be successful, I think it’s so important to do something that isn’t tied to your work every day. Get a manicure, hang out with friends, or find a hobby you enjoy. Being well-rounded and taking time to relax will serve you well, and keep you energized and inspired.
Goal-setting is so important. Think in the long term, but make your goals as specific as possible and revisit them every day. Create a vision board or a list, and keep it where you will see it every morning. Dream big, and you will achieve big things.