1) Designate an electronics-free zone.

Whether it’s your bedroom or somewhere else, choose an electronics-free zone this year to help you clear your mind and focus on the people and things happening around you.

2) Write something daily

Even if you’re not a writer, write something about your surroundings. Or write nonsense. Just try to get in the habit of writing. Daily Page, 750 Words and Twords are great tools to get you started.

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4) Read more external content

The most successful people never stop learning. One of the best ways to keep up with industry news, learn from experts, and become a better writer — is to read what others are writing about. Feedly.com is a great resource.

5) Learn from your network.

Everyone knows networking is an important skill and priority. After all, it’s not what you know; it’s who you know. Try to set up some time with your counterparts and learn from them.

6) Share your skills with others

Jumping on opportunities to share your skills with others through public speaking engagements isn’t just beneficial for your audience — it’s also a great way to present yourself as an expert, increase your visibility both online and offline. Talk with your manager about opportunities your company can get you in on, like local meet-ups or conferences.

7) Prioritize sleep

While the number of hours of sleep you need varies from person to person, most adults need a solid seven to eight hours per night. Include getting that seven or eight hours of sleep in as much as a way of getting healthier, happier, and more productive at work.





*Reference: Hubspot.com