As an in-house, I would often get an uneasy feeling when my day at the office ended too abruptly. I felt unsettled, unsure, or uncertain -- or all three. I wish I had been privy to this post by Peter Bergman, The Best Way to Use the Last Five Minutes of Your Day.
Bergman writes: "Every day, before leaving the office, save a few minutes to think about what just happened. Look at your calendar and compare what actually happened — the meetings you attended, the work you got done, the conversations you had, the people with whom you interacted, even the breaks you took — with your plan for what you wanted to have happen." Although Bergman's comments are provided in the context of an employee at risk of loosing his/her job, his suggestions seem to be good advice for all of us. Read Bergman's blog post at this link: Best Way to Use the Last Five Minutes of Your Day.
This summary was prepared by Perry Cone and poste at www.leadinginhouse.com/
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