2. Schedule “Me” time
You already spend hours organizing your workday, planning events and scheduling important appointments. But have you blocked off any time to spend with yourself? “Devote at least one percent of your day (14 minutes) to your own personal development,” says Staples. “Each morning, I roll off the bed and do push-ups. Doing this makes me feel strong, tells me that I am committed and reinforces that I am taking charge of my life.” Do what you love, even if it means taking time away from your family (they’ll thank you for it later). What matters isn’t what you choose to do, but that it makes you feel good about yourself.