- Make a List
Reflect back to the time you accepted your position. What were the aspects of this job that were important to you then? Try to remember how excited you were about these.
Now list 10 reasons why are you still like your job. Keep this list where you will come across it occasionally. When you do come across it, stop what you’re doing and read it.
- Set more than just Goals
Write down five things you would really like to see happen to you this year. Make sure these cover physical, social, romantic, career, and spiritual areas. Fathers list in a 30 day file that you can refer to every month to check your progress.
- Get it out of the way
Do the things you dislike most about your job first. Then reward yourself by doing the things you like best about your job.
- Maximize your salary
Determine one thing you can do to make better use of your salary this year. If you are already on a solid financial path, or if you are known to be a little too frugal, now figure out one way you can also reward yourself financially each payday. A special dinner, a massage, a new plant Just make sure the money is spent on you.
- Do something healthy
Do one thing today that you consider healthy. It may be skipping that mid afternoon candy bar or taking a walk at lunch hour. Or maybe just fastening your seatbelt on my way home. Whatever you choose, don’t discount it as too easy or silly. You have just sent a message to your subconscious that you are valuable.
Above are taken from 101 Ways To Have a Great Day at Work by Stephanie Goddard Davidson